Chief Sealth High School celebrates Cinco de Mayo – and an award!

Those dancers were part of Chief Sealth High School‘s Cinco de Mayo assembly earlier this afternoon – and the assembly ended with a bonus: Seattle Seahawks reps (including defensive tackle Craig Terrill) were there to present Sealth teacher Nancy Ruyzcki with the Symetra MVP award (officially announced last December), which brings the school a $20,000 grant and what Sealth’s Sam Reed describes as “a complete set of laptop computers that will be for use by our students in a mobile-classroom setting” – see ’em here:

Terrill also led the students in a cheer – noting that he’s a Seahawk and they (because of the Chief Sealth mascot) are Seahawks too:

1 Reply to "Chief Sealth High School celebrates Cinco de Mayo - and an award!"

  • Nancy Ruzycki May 6, 2009 (11:19 am)

    Thanks for posting this about the celebration yesterday. We are excited about the prospect of having teachers incorporate more technology to generate student produced work in the classrooms.

    Nancy R

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