West Seattle schools: World Water Week wraps up at Sealth

So far in the two years that Chief Sealth International High School has observed World Water Week with special events, it’s become a tradition – Friday sunshine! On the track at Southwest Athletic Complex across the street, where students walked with heavy containers of water on WWW Friday last year, today the task was a Food Walk, visiting various student-created stations to learn about food and water issues from around the world.

Special activities were the order of the day for all Sealth students, including a multitude of indoor activities (such as workshops with guest speakers), and also gardening outside adjoining Denny International Middle School:

The garden’s namesake was a Denny principal who died 20 years ago during the school year and had a garden named after her at the school’s old site – now, there’s one at the new site.

A KING 5 crew was there to help document the action:

We promised to come back later this spring to see the garden after it’s planted and growing!

1 Reply to "West Seattle schools: World Water Week wraps up at Sealth"

  • mrose March 24, 2012 (8:20 am)

    Congrats to Sealth students for bringing forward an issue that is critical – water – H20 is what people need all over the world. How we protect all our waters is important. Sealth students are taking an international perspective, each step of learning helps move us all forward.

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