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Feist Honored by State Health Tracking Program

The Washington State Department of Health’s Youth Science Contest recognized 9th grader Simon Feist for his project on teen and young adult health issues. “After looking through numerous health issues that I found of interest, I decided to study the data on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in teens and young adults,” said Simon. “The statistics and data I found were eye-opening! I had to prepare a presentation to discuss my findings, any equity issues, and offer a solution.” The contest awarded Simon 2nd place in the Community Engagement / Individual division. He also presented his findings to his PE class during the human growth and development unit.

Photos from Last Week of School Coming Soon

With all of the end of school activities (May Term presentations, 6th grade boat races, LS Red & White Day games, Kindergarten butterflies, etc.), it will take until later this week to sort through the images and get them posted on the SGS website for viewing. Look for an email on Monday, June 20 with more photos galleries to view.

6th Grade Visits Nez Perce Reservation

The 6th graders completed their year-long study of rivers and salmon and Native tribes with a two-day trip to the Nez Perce Reservation in Idaho. They visited the Spalding Mission, Nez Perce historical sites, several fish hatcheries, and a dam to see different ways that tribes and the federal government are managing aquatic resources. See a Photo Gallery of their explorations.