There has been plenty of excitement in the area of technology this year at the Brinnon School! Click HERE to find out more.
The Brinnon School District has adopted a new math curriculum, enVisionMATH 2.0, that will be used starting in the 2017-2018 school year. Parents and community are welcome to preview the curriculum. Please call the school to schedule an appointment.
By the year 2018, it is predicted that 67% of all jobs in Washington will require a college degree or career credential.
The College Bound Scholarship was established by the Washington State Legislature in 2007. The purpose of the program is to provide state funding to college bound students seeking financial assistance.
7th and 8th grade students can apply for the program. They must have a C average or better on their report card and be a good member of the community.
23 colleges and universities in the state of Washington work with the College Bound Program. These universities include the University of Washington Huskies and the Washington State Cougars. There is also a very long list of community colleges and technical colleges that participate with the program.
If you qualify for the program, that means you can go almost anywhere you would like in the state of Washington!
This year the Brinnon School set a record! Instead of enrolling 1, 2, or 3 students in the program, Miss Budnek, our middle school teacher, helped families with the process during parent conferences and the Brinnon School enrolled eleven students!
We are excited to see what their future holds!