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    • Our program celebrates the early learning years as a unique and wonderful period in a child's life. Our "hands-on" approach to learning allows exploration and discovery, and our curriculum seeks to connect new learning to the child's own background experiences.

      Adult modeling and encouragement promotes the development of self-help and social skills, which are important components of our program. Each child's social, emotional, physical and cognitive strengths and needs are assessed, and opportunities for continuous progress are presented and encouraged.

      Because a child's education does not begin and end at school, we regard families as a child's first and most important teachers. We wish to support and encourage that role in your child's life, and view our relationship as a "team-effort."

      We actively promote your involvement at school, whether you are able to visit, volunteer in the classroom, assist with field trips and events, or join our parenting groups.



    Points of Pride

    • SHS Student Wants You to Be a Match!

      Matches help save lives and Selah High School junior, Taylor Aadland, knows that people are part of the cure.  That is why she is spearheading a local Be The Match campaign in December in order to add individuals to the organization’s world-wide registry which can help in curing more than 75 life-threatening diseases.

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    • SHS Students Preserve Military History

      Celebrating Veterans Day, please see the Yakima Herald Republic's article written by Selah High School senior, Natalie Keller, which highlights the school's SERVE Program.

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    • RLELC Students Celebrate Art in the Making!

      Robert Lince students celebrated art in the making as they recently received a special visit from Peter Reiquam, who designed the school’s recent “Fruit Crates for Kids—Cajas de Frutas para Niños” sculpture outside of the main entrance of the building. 

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    • An Aerial Celebration of the Newly Completed John Campbell!

      As we celebrate the completion of the new John Campbell Primary School, enjoy an aerial view of the finished project. Thank you to Chervenell Construction!

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