Coronavirus Update — March 11

Coronavirus Update — March 11

Hi, I’m Superintendent Denise Juneau. As our community bravely faces this unprecedented health crisis I committed to keeping our doors open for as long as possible. We have continued to provide a high quality education for our students along with critical basic needs including meals, health care, and after school child care. Our district plays

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Photosynthesis and the Teeny Tiny Pigment Pancakes

Photosynthesis and the Teeny Tiny Pigment Pancakes

Captioning is on. Click CC button at bottom right to turn off. Follow us on Twitter (@amoebasisters) and Facebook! Today we are going to talk about an incredible process that uses light and gas to make something awesome that we all love—-sugar! Unfortunately, we cannot do this amazing, incredible process —which is known as photosynthesis.

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Slido for Education

Slido for Education

Great lectures can change your life! That won’t happen unless students are engaged. Now, imagine lectures full of interaction Say hello to Slido for Education! The easiest way to engage your students with live polls quizzes audience Q&A As you start your lecture, students join by scanning a QR code or entering a short code.

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Educational Support Services: Myths vs. Reality

Educational Support Services: Myths vs. Reality

Hi! I’m Katie McRay, coordinator of educational support services. Have you heard about Whitworth’s Educational Support Services office or ESS? Maybe you know a student with a disability who has been provided academic or housing accommodations through our office or maybe you’ve thought about seeking help yourself. Despite needing help, students are often hesitant to

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