Tour Arbor Heights Elementary tomorrow morning; hear about eSTEM

May 8, 2013 at 9:38 pm | In Arbor Heights, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 2 Comments

At Arbor Heights Elementary, they’re already “bubbling” with excitement about a new curriculum (our photo is courtesy of a parent volunteer, from a bubble-experimenting event on the playground last Friday afternoon). It was just last week that the school formally announced it will start moving to an eSTEM curriculum; that came late in the game for new enrollment – but it’s not too late for families to consider switching, and that’s why the school is offering a tour tomorrow (Thursday) morning! Elise Olson from the Arbor Heights PTA board says you’re invited to come learn about the new program and the school, which will in a few years have a brand-new building. All are welcome to join the school tour with principal Christy Collins – meet in the lobby at 9:15 am, 3701 SW 104th. You can also find out about “all the great things happening at Arbor Heights,” as Elise says, via their website or Facebook page.

2 Comments

  1. Principal Collins rocks!!! My child is an AHE student and is performing academically at a 10th grade level. Okay that’s not true but she has a fantastic teacher and a desire to be at AHE and learn. Keep up the great work AHE!

    Comment by Fan#12 — 10:41 pm May 8, 2013 #

  2. Fantastic – I hope more local schools will make the move to a STEM centered core. It will be well worth it in the long run.

    Comment by brew1b — 5:57 am May 9, 2013 #

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