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Educurious Art Show
Educurious Art Show
Educurious Student Art Show at The Seasons May 24-26 (Photo) - 05/15/17

See attached flyer.

Informational Workshop on Becoming a Volunteer School Board Member - 05/12/17

Wednesday, May 17th 6:30pm in the Professional Library at the Yakima School District Central Services building at 104 N 4th Avenue.

Please join current Yakima School Board members to gain knowledge about serving Yakima students as a volunteer school board member.

Are You a Resilient, Organized, Youthful, Authentic Leader? - 04/26/17


R.O.Y.A.L = Resilient, Organized, Youthful, Authentic, Leaders

The counseling department at Washington Middle school is hosting the first annual girl's leadership summit on Saturday, April 29th, 2017 from 9:00am to 2:00pm at Washington Middle School, 510 S 9th Street Yakima, WA 98901. The summit will consist of workshops and a key note speaker during the lunch hour.

Four different workshops have been planned to help teach middle school girls the skills to deal with self-esteem, goal setting, healthy relationships and learning about getting into college.

The guest speakers for the workshops are, Dr. Yami from Yakima Health & Well-Being Coalition. Gane Bourgeois from Madison House is hosting the goal setting workshop, Teresa Juarez a therapist will lead a discussion on healthy relationships and Gabriela Vargas from Gear UP, will share her story of being a first generation college student. The lunch key note speaker is Rubi Smith, a Davis High School Alumna.

The counseling department is hosting the summit, to help Washington Middle school girls be exposed to different workshops to learn strategies to deal with daily stress triggers in their life.

REMINDER - Yamate Japanese Culture Show TONIGHT at IKE - 04/26/17

The school staff members, students and community have been very supportive of the 79 Yamate Japanese Exchange Students. Its hard to believe its nearly the end of their time here (they leave Friday morning).

Please join them tonight at IKE so they can show us their Japanese culture. Try on a Kimono, make origami, see anime, and much more. FREE.

Booths open from 5:30 - 6:45pm IKE Commons
Performance 6:45 -7:30 pm IKE Auditorium

Plus a taco with all the fixings, rice and beans and a drink for only $5 (IKE Leadership and Mecha Club Fundraiser). Dinner is open from 4:30-6:45p.m.

See you there!

Kirsten Fitterer
Community Relations
Yakima School District