Entries by Kelly Franznick

STEM Expo!!!

We have a number of STEM events that will interest your students.  The STEM Expo is the first West Sound STEM Network event.  This network was created by the STEM Coordinators in Central, North, Bremerton and Bainbridge and takes the place of any further STEM activity nights here on BI.  BI will have four tables: […]

Parent resource – Middle childhood

40 Developmental Assets for Middle Childhood Search Institute has identified the following building blocks of healthy development—known as Developmental Assets—that help young children grow up healthy, caring, and responsible. This particular list is intended for children in middle childhood (age 8-12). If you’d like to see the lists for other age groups, you can find […]

Parent Resource – K-3

40 Developmental Assets for Children Grades K–3 Search Institute has identified the following building blocks of healthy development—known as Developmental Assets—that help young children grow up healthy, caring, and responsible. This particular list is intended for children in grades K-3 (age 5-9). If you’d like to see the lists for other age groups, you can […]

2012 Harvest Fair Success

Who knew playing with vegetables could lead to such creative and fun art? Harvest Fair was a fun event.    Not only were students able to express themselves with vegetables and fruit, we collected 45lbs of much needed food for Helpline House. Special thanks to all the volunteers and staff (see below) who helped prepare for, […]

Fresh Ideas For School Lunches

ilunchbox What could be easier than packing lunch? A nutritious, inexpensive, tasty lunch? Not that easy. With the onslaught of processed food, pre-packaged, high sugar and high sodium, cute shaped, squeezable foods for kids, with their favorite superhero on it, well… the grocery tab goes up quickly and the taste, and especially nutrition go out […]

Back to School Tips for Parents

1. If you and your child have fallen out of your bedtime routine this summer, get back into a solid routine! A week before the first day of school is a good time frame in which to begin. 2. Plan and shop for healthy breakfasts and lunches a week in advance. This will save you precious time and prevent much stress […]