January 7, 2015
Happy New Year

  • Bremerton High’s Free Track & Field Rules and Procedures Clinic

    Helping our athletes be the BEST they can be with proper administration and  organization provided by knowledgeable trained officials. Coaches, athletes, officials, including those interested, and fans of Track and Field, please join us to learn, review, and discuss the guidelines for the  administration of this great sport and how we can make it better for our KIDS.


    The clinic will be held on Saturday, January 17th from 12:30-4:30 PM in the Senior Wing of the Bremerton High (1500 13th St) Commons for this NFHS (secondary schools) presentation.  All phases of the sport will be addressed and additions for the 2015 season will be covered. The clinicians will be members of the Washington State Coaches Association Hall of Fame, who encourage Q and A.  All are welcome to participate in this clinic, which is sponsored by the Bremerton School District.

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  • West Hills Outdoor Learning Center 4th Annual Cleanup
     Annual Cleanup

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  • Bring the Zoo to Your Classroom



    nullLet's face it, a walrus won't fit into your classroom and polar bears aren't just for picture books. It's time to make your science curriculum come to life with a visit to the Zoo!


    Discounts for school groups are available:

    • $7.00 (July - February)
    • $8.00 (March - April)
    • $9.00 (May - June)

    Restrictions apply. Review field trip details.



    Focus your field trip by scheduling a Discovery Program with one of our education specialists. These programs provide an introduction to some interesting animals and unique habitats featured at the Zoo. Programs include a hands-on experience with biofacts such as skulls and pelts.

    • $50 for a class of 10-30 students
    • $60 for a class of 31-40 students
    • $70 for a class of 41-50 students



    Schedule your field trip 

    Reserve a Discovery Program: or 253-591-5333




    nullMake science come alive in your classroom! Your students will go wild when they find out the Zoo is on the way for a special day.


    (PRE K-12)

    A Zoo naturalist will lead your students in a structured presentation with a wildlife theme. Each program includes a visit with one of our animal ambassadors and time to examine items such as skulls and pelts.


    Visit our Zoo to You page to choose a Wildlife Lesson for your classroom.

    • $125 for first lesson in Pierce County*
      ($60 each additional)
    • $150 for first lesson outside of Pierce County* ($70 each additional)



    Students will meet animals eye-to-eye and discover their awesome adaptations for survival! Visit our website for a list of animal ambassadors. (Add $25 for sites outside Pierce County.)

    • $125 for two animals ($60 each additional encounter)*
    • $150 for three animals ($70 each additional encounter)*

    * Fees are based on same site/same day. Wildlife Lessons and Animal Encounters are limited to 30 students per program and up to four classroom visits per day. Additional fees may apply for special requests.



    Schedule a Wildlife Lesson or Animal Encounter: or 253-591-5333


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  • The Parenting Place Winter Class Schedule
    The Winter 2015 Parenting Class schedule is now available. We are still taking registrations for winter classes. Kitsap Community Resources is currently accepting Scholarship Requests from individuals that are income eligible and provide all required documentation; if you have any questions concerning the scholarship please feel free to contact the Parenting Place at 360.473.2134.

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  • Volunteer Corner
    BHS Student Volunteers Help Fill Up Holiday Food Baskets!
    Bremerton High School students were involved for weeks holding food drives to benefit Foodline. On November 23rd students formed a human chain from the school to the food bank to deliver the items they gathered, passing more than 4,000 pounds of packaged food from hand to hand under a steady rain.  Great Job!  Thank you for supporting the needy in our community!!
                        Read more about it from the Kitsap Sun
    Need Volunteers?
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    For questions or more information about volunteering, please contact your Building Volunteer Coordinator or Joyce Cowdery 360.620.7291.  

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    This section has been added to share policy and procedural changes by the School Board and the District.  Please contact your principal or Patty Glaser if you have questions about how a specific policy change might impact you.
    The following Bremerton School District Policy and/or Procedure(s) have recently been approved by the School Board:

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    Olympic ESD Opportunities
    Visit the OESD website for more information about PD opportunities.
    CWU Courses
    CWU Courses  

    Peer Mediation Program Training for Faculty
    Teaching Understanding, Acceptance, and Respect


    Are bullying and harassment making a negative impact within your school? CRU Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focuses on peer mediation, anti-bullying and cultural awareness. We have created programs for elementary, middle, and high schools where students mediate disputes with other students. Training includes peer mediation skills, concepts and techniques to train your students and coordinate a peer mediation program. Our trainers come from diverse backgrounds with many years of experience practicing mediation.

    Elementary School Faculty:  Seattle Area, WA-  March 3, 2015 from 9:00 AM-4:30 PM          Secondary School Faculty:  Seattle Area, WA- March 4 & 5, 2015  from 9:00 AM-3:30 PM

    For more information, Contact: CRU Institute 1.800.922.1988 or                                                                                Visit our website: 

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    Do you have something to sell, trade, rent, or give away? Advertise here for FREE! Email Pattye Pennachi Heuer with all the info for the next Staff Memo.  Photos are always good!  

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