As sixth graders, this is our last Cub Pride News of the 2014-2015 school year! Enjoy a special edition as we say goodbye to some of our favorite teachers!
Fifth and Sixth graders had a small amount of supplies with the task to build a tower that would support a tennis ball. The ball had to be 4 inches off the table.
The BIG rule: Use ALL the supplies!
Wow, did that create a stumbling block! They came up with some really clever ways to use all their supplies. Here are a few towers:
Emery, a second grader here at the Lynnwood Campus, had a vision as to how she could reach out to those in need. She placed boxes on the campus with a list of specific needs and then took those donations to the Everett Gospel Mission. Thank you, Emery, for reaching out to others and for encouraging our school community to help those in need.
Mt.Lake Terrace Campus thespians have been busy rehearsing a special children’s production of “Pollyanna” on the Lynnwood Campus. Under the direction of Mr. Paul Gamlen the production features a cast of Jr.High and High School students. This charming play tells the story of Pollyanna, a young, upbeat orphan, who is sent to live with her dour aunt. Pollyanna’s good attitude is infectious, and soon the whole town is in better spirits. Show times are May 7th and 8th at 7:00 p.m. with a special matinee on May 9th at 2:00. Admission is $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for students and seniors.
Click here to enjoy campus updates including fun Book Fair and Loose Change Drive highlights on our Cub Pride News for Apri, 2015!
Join us at our book fair where you will find an underwater treasure of books Feb. 23 through March 6th. Shop school hours plus extended shoppping hours while enjoying a movie and free popcorn on Friday, Feb. 27th 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Loose Change Drive begins Feb. 23rd and ends March 27th. Click here […]
The second graders In Mrs. Whiteman’s class agreed with an advertisement that they heard on the radio that pajamas are like a HUG! For their Valentine’s Day party the students collected pajamas as an act of love for the Olive Crest foster children organization. The second grade families were so generous and such a wonderful […]
Watch our campus turn its school colors to BLUE & GREEN, plus highlights from our Talent Show!
Lynnwood Cubs support our Seattle Seahawks by wearing blue and green and raising the Seahawk Flag every Friday! Go Hawks!
It’s a new year and your Cubs Reporters are here to share upcoming news happening on the Lynnwood Campus!
Brrr!!!! It was definitely cold last month, and the first graders decided to take action to help people in need stay warm. Beginning the first of November, they started collecting scarves, hats, mittens, gloves, socks and blankets to donate to the Lynnwood YWCA Women’s Shelter. Great job, first graders, for your Nocoldember blessing!
Our students had the opportunity to fill 600 hand decorated Christmas bags with toiletries and candy for the Union Gospel Mission’s Seattle Street Kids ministry in 2014. What better way for our students to learn how to give to those who have nothing and especially at Christmas-time!
Kindergarten through sixth grades presented “Angel Alert” at our annual Christmas musical. Under the direction of Mr. Curt VanderPoel, this charming holiday musical casts kids as the choir of angeles announcing the birth of Christ. With selections from both our beginning and advanced bands, the evening was full of worship and plenty of celebration reminding […]
Using a green screen to display their drawings, Miss Nelson’s sixth graders researched certain aspect of Native Americans. The four groups reported on the environment, shelter, food, and interesting facts about the Apache, Cherokee, Sioux and Navajo tribes.
Over 50 vendors were represented in our annual Christmas Bazaar! Handrafted items, gifts for the home, homemade edibles and hot drinks created an atmosphere of holiday cheer! A big thanks to our PSO, classroom parents and teachers who contributed to an awesome display of school enviroment!
In its fourth year of broadcasting, CPN (Cub Pride News) is produced by a group of sixth graders who keep the Lynnwood Campus informed and entertained with current and past events. Click here to see fun October highlights from our campus!
The students were honored by members of the VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) of Mount Lake Terrace by the presentation and posting of the colors during our annual Veterans Day Chapel. Army Captain Christina Torres was our special chapel speaker and is part of our Cedar Park Church Ministry.
Who gets excited about rocks, gems, and fossils? We do!! Mrs. Hamann’s first grade class visited the Geology Learning Center in Mountlake Terrace, run by Expedition Christian Church and directed by Patrick Nurre, a biblical creationist and experienced geologist. The students enjoyed viewing Patrick’s vast and colorful collection of rocks, gems, fossils and bones, including […]
The NED Show is an elementary school assembly program promoting positive attitudes, better behavior & academic achievement by using humor, storytelling, audience participation and amazing object lessons including yo-yo and magic tricks!
The Lynnwood Campus is excited to announce the beginning of a new after school program for grades 2-4 which emphasizes creative learning of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics through Lego’s!
Now in its fourth year, Cub Pride News is produced by sixth graders highlighting campus events!
Students in grades 5 and 6 have the opportunity to participate in our School Flag Patrol Program. Sixth graders raise the flags each morning and are responsible for lowering them each day after school. Students are taught how to perform these tasks as well as how to properly store and care for the flags. The […]
The burgers were grilling, the fries hot and golden, and the drinks ice cold for this year’s McTeacher’s Night! On Tuesday, October 7th, 2014, teachers and students alike gathered at their local McDonald’s restaurant. Over a dozen teachers volunteered their time, and many students came with their families. The night represents strong community togetherness as […]
On Monday, October 6th, Ms. Whiteman’s 2nd Grade Class was featured as the SPIRIT 105.3 Pledge Monday class of the week! SPIRIT 105.3’s morning show hosts Steve & Amy featured the class reciting the Pledge at 6:40am as part of the Pledge Monday Class of the Week contest.
Students, teachers and families gathered around the flag early Wednesday morning to pray for our nation, our community, our schools, churches, family and friends. The global theme of this year’s See You At The Pole is “Never Stop Praying” which is taken from Ephesians 6:18 which says “Never stop praying, especially for others. Always pray […]
In recognition of Earthquake Awareness Week Fireman Dan Peterson from South King County Fire District visited Mrs. Peterson’s third grade class teaching them about earthquake and fire safety. Fireman Dan dressed up in his gear to let the students see how firemen look when they go into a burning house. He showed them his gear […]
In its second year, Robotics introduces students to real-world engineering challenges by building LEGO-based robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface. Robotics involves design and construction, basic circuitry and computer programming. Guided by experienced coaches, the Lynnwood Campus is excited to offer this program to our students!
The second graders at the CPCS Lynnwood campus are proud to be Americans! In recognition of Patriot Day, the students in Mrs. Whiteman’s and Mrs. Jones’ class made posters with American flags and words of honor for freedom, bravery, and the unity of our nation. On the 13th anniversary of the World Trade Center tragedy, […]
The 5th and 6th graders have been diligently studying volcanos the past few weeks. As a culminating project, students chose to create a model of a composite cone, cinder cone, or shield volcano and then mixed together their own “lava” to demonstrate an eruption for their classmates. They had so much fun watching their creations […]
In Social Studies, the kindergarten students learn that a community is a place where people live, work, and play. The lessons focus on fourteen different community helpers, such as a pastor, dentist, firefighter or baker. The students discuss what each one does to help in our community. The students used small boxes to make the […]
The Lynnwood Campus experienced an excellent turn-out for Nacho back-to-school night as made evident by our packed parking lot! A warm summer evening provided parents and students an opportunity to visit classrooms and to meet their teachers for the 2014-2015 school year. Information concerning student activities, clubs and parent volunteer suggestions were made available as […]