Secondary learns CPR before offering first Kids’ Night Out of year

On Friday, Sept. 22 the Secondary class (7th-12 grade) earned their CPR/First Aid certifications by taking a 2-hour course with retired firefighter Ken Norris. This is part of the training students are receiving to help them be prepared and professional while staffing WMS Kids’ Night Out(KNO) events, the first of which is scheduled for Oct. […]

Helping out and getting acquainted

By Anisha C. ’18 On the week of the sixteenth, while the other Ash students headed to Chicago, I stayed back because the health challenges that I face would have made going difficult. During that week, along with working on some schoolwork, I helped around in the Ginkgo classroom for community service. One of the […]

Lending a Helping Hand

By Zoe C., 8th grade— At the beginning of this cycle (Cycle 3) the students of Gingko and Ash classes chose their new community service programs for the second half of the school year. There were a few choices, and about six of us chose to help out at a local thrift store: Helping Hands. […]

A Safe Haven For Horses

WMHS students toured SAFE (Save a Forgotten Equine) in Woodinville on Jan. 26. SAFE is the Secondary’s new community service site. The organization’s mission is to “rescue, rehabilitate and retrain horses facing neglect or abuse and provide them with the best opportunity for a permanent home and a lifetime of safety.” The students received a […]

Community Service, Purrfect Pals

By Dylan R., 8th grade— Every few weeks a group of Secondary students go to the Purrfect Pals for their community service. Purrfect Pals is a no-kill cat shelter that is operating in Arlington, helping even cats that have cancer. The group goes down to Purrfect Pals every few weeks to help out with their […]

Helping Cats at Purrfect Pals

By Bradley S., 7th grade— For community service, I go to Purrfect Pals which is a no-kill cat shelter. There I usually take syringes out of their packaging and put them in a box. I like it because in one room, if you go in there alone, the cats will lay on your lap. One […]

Volunteering is Fun

By Andre L., 7th grade— Once every three weeks, secondary classes have done community service on Tuesday. The options include Purrfect Pals, WMS Classrooms, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and Northshore Senior Center. This week at the Northshore Senior Center the people who volunteered worked on landscaping. We raked leaves and pulled out old plants, then […]

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