Salmon Bay Student Activities
At Salmon Bay K8 we strive to take the learning beyond the walls of the classroom. The following activities are designed to enhance the educational experience of students by improving academic achievement, building relationships with peers, teachers and community experts, and giving students real world experiences that connect to their classroom content.
Winter Enrichment Program (WEP)
Activity Coordinator – Sam Olson ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
6-8 Grade Program
Middle school students enjoy six Fridays of fun enrichment opportunities during the winter season. Experiences include: snowboarding, skiing, rowing, ice skating and team sports, Pacific Northwest Explored, jewelry making, tour Seattle, theater and more!
Activity Coordinator – Classroom Teacher and Parents
K-8 Grade Program
All grade levels at Salmon Bay have the opportunity to experience class in an outdoor setting. Middle school students attend camp in the fall. This early event focuses on community building and teamwork. Elementary students have their camp experience in the spring. These experiences general have a science and natural history theme and are a highlight for many of our students.
After School Program (ASP)
Salmon Bay's After School Program is coordinated by the ASP Committee and operates independently of the regular Salmon Bay curriculum. We hope that you and your child(ren) find each semester's offerings interesting.
Community instructors and volunteers coordinate the classes, which have included Engineering Fundamentals with Legos, Fiber Arts, Water Color, Computer Programming, Chess, and more!
Salmon Bay has a thriving drama program, with both in-school offerings (middle school) and after school drama club (K-8). For more information visit the Drama website.