WISE Stem-themed Summer Camps

We have two things we’d love you to pass along to your parent community:

#1: Our popular STEM-themed summer camps sold out, but we were able to add more rock star teachers and classrooms at a new venue (Tyee Middle School in Bellevue), so we opened registration back up! www.wisecamps.com 

#2: We have limited spots for a Halloween-themed STEM night this fall on October 18th: https://wisecamps.com/minicamps/

Summer Camp Information (planning guide here!)

Running Club Ends June 16th

Let’s get those last miles in! Running club will conclude for the year on June 16th. The final awards will be handed out on June 20th. Congratulations to the 43 students who have run a marathon, or 2 or 3! Read more to find out who!

Math Challenge Completion

Math Challenge Program has completed this school year, we have 10 students who has completed at least 10 sets of Math Challenges, great work! Certificates and prizes have been distributed. We are looking forward for more participations next school year, keep up the great work all!

Congratulations Golden Acorn Award Recipients

Each year, the PTSA presents Golden Acorn Awards to volunteers who have given outstanding service to the Cherry Crest Comm(UNITY).

Awards were presented at the Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on Thursday, June 1st, graciously hosted by Cherry Crest Faculty & Staff to honor and thank all our school volunteers.

Congratulations and thank you to this year’s recipients:
Peggy Yu
Elena Razmpoosh
Katie McClintock

Volunteer to be our Advocacy Chair

Interested in learning more about how PTAs influence policies, laws and education outcomes? Volunteer to be our Advocacy Chair for the 2023-24 school year! Time commitment is 2 hours per month and includes voting rights as a member of the Cherry Crest PTSA Board of Directors. Contact legislativerep@cherrycrest-ptsa.org for more details.

Cherry Crest Environmental Impact Club taking their learning from classroom to community

These next generation changemakers from our school district were invited to share “Environmental Sustainability Education” with students (grade 2-6), at a local non-profit organization at Bellevue Northwest Art Centre (NWAC), recently. Students from the Environmental Impact Club are building two-way partnerships between the school and the wider community and sharing learnings around environmental stewardship, bringing energy conservation, recycling, composting and pollution prevention ideas with schools and communities.

Kudos to these creators of our future world, for making a positive impact on our environment and making their communities more sustainable.