South Whidbey Strong! Together We’ll Get Through This

Our hearts go out to you, our supporters, and to our community, state, nation and the world as we acknowledge this unsettling and evolving situation.

By working together in solidarity we believe we can support the best possible outcome.

We remain connected with SW School District leaders and are eager to provide what assistance we can.

For now though, for those wanting to help our local community in a monetary way, we are recommending a donation to the Whidbey Community Foundation at www.whidbeyfoundation.org which has created a Resilience Fund to help the many non-profits under its umbrella who serve our community’s neediest members.

And of course, a donation to Good Cheer Food Bank is always helpful. www.GoodCheer.org/donate

Thank you for your care and concern. We wish you health and safety.

Shelly Ackerman, SWSF Board President

 

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Student Stories in Print

Student Stories in Print

Student Stories in Print   Helene Zawila is a part-time art teacher at South Whidbey High School.  An artist in her own right, Zawila has a master's degree in art education and recently taught overseas in Saudi Arabia. Her passion for art is evident in this video. In...

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Climate Change in the Classroom

Climate Change in the Classroom

Climate Change in the Classroom - a STEM ExperimentSouth Whidbey Middle and High Schools, grades 7-12Understanding the carbon cycle and the relationship between CO2, plant life, and climate change is crucial in preparing students for the world they will...

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8th Grade Adventure Education

8th Grade Adventure Education

The goal this year is to offer a culminating week-long outdoor experience in early June for every 8th grade student (approximately 115 students). In supervised groups of 8-12, students will spend 5 days/4 nights either backpacking or camping along the WA...

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Bring Our School Libraries Up To Date

Bring Our School Libraries Up To Date

Library Books Help us update the library books in our three school campus libraries. Librarians Sue Ann Brewer and Val Brown explain why your donations can make a real difference in the education of our students... and encourage a lifelong love of reading....

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Agriculture Meets Culinary

Agriculture Meets Culinary

The High School Agriculture and the new Middle School Garden elective teach students how to grow their own food and offer a broader understanding of nature and our role in it. Students get the opportunity to not only grow and harvest fresh produce but to...

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Global Cultures Experience

Global Cultures Experience

Global Cultures Experience Students benefit from being exposed to global cultures. If you believe that understanding leads to better relations between people, we invite you to support a classroom visit by experienced educators from the Northwest Language...

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Vitamix XL Request by Food Service Advisory Team

Vitamix XL Request by Food Service Advisory Team

  The school garden program includes agricultural and culinary curriculum for grades K-12 and educates 200 students per day. The food students grow is used for culinary classes, for snacks in the classrooms, and to a limited extend for additions to school lunches. The...

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South Whidbey Strong!

South Whidbey Strong!

Our hearts go out to you, our supporters, and to our community, state, nation and the world as we acknowledge this unsettling and evolving situation. By working together in solidarity we believe we can support the best possible outcome. We remain connected with SW...

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Four-Chef Cooperative Dinner Raises More Than $9,500

Four-Chef Cooperative Dinner Raises More Than $9,500

March 2 Four-Chef Cooperative Dinner Raises More Than $9,500 to Benefit the South Whidbey Schools Foundation   The South Whidbey Schools Foundation is grateful to everyone who purchased a ticket for the March 2 “Night of Culinary Delights” Benefit Dinner. More...

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