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Pinehurst Day Care

Applications for Pinehurst Preschool open on March 15th – Applications for Pinehurst Preschool open on March 15th – Applications for the 2022-23 school year with Pinehurst Preschool at Hazel Wolf and all other Seattle Preschool Program classrooms throughout Seattle. Applications will be available in the following languages: Amharic, Chinese, English, Oromo, Spanish, Somali, Tigrinya, and Vietnamese. Tuition is determined by family size and gross income. Tuition calculator.

Eligibility Criteria:
Age: Children must be age 3 or 4 on or by August 31, the start of the program year. Children who are 5 years old before August 31 are eligible for kindergarten and are not eligible for City Funded preschool programs.
Address: SPP is only open to Seattle residents. Children residing in unincorporated Seattle, or outside Seattle city limits, are not eligible.

For more information about Pinehurst Preschool, please contact Trudi Peterson at tpeterson@soundchild.org or 206-402-8225.

Virtual tours are available upon request.

BSA Scouting – Did you know that BSA Scouting isn’t just for boys? Where can girls (and other non-boys) go if they want to backpack 50 miles, learn to treat a broken leg, survive overnight in the wilderness, train to safely shoot a shotgun, and sleep in a snow cave they built themselves? Or make new friends while becoming leaders among their friends and community? Or even earn the rank of Eagle Scout? Troop 681, that’s where!

Troop 681 is an inclusive Scouts BSA (formerly Boy Scouts of America) troop located in North Seattle and is currently looking for new members. 6th graders and up are welcome to come check us out.

Summer Bridge program

Summer Bridge Program – The UW Women’s Center to help plan our annual Summer Bridge Program Rising 9th and 10th grade. This program is a part of our high school college-readiness program, Making Connections, and runs for two weeks in July to help introduce rising 9th/10th graders to various career paths and aid them in developing academic and professional skills.

This year, the program will be held from July 11th – July 15th & July 18th – July 22nd from 11 am to 2 pm. As of now, we are planning a hybrid format with both online and in-person activities. These activities will provide students with the opportunity to explore different career opportunities by hearing and learning from real industry workers. In past years, we have visited offices such as Facebook, Google, Sound Transit, and Miller Hull Architecture. Our program has a particular focus on STEM paths but is open to all interested and curious students.
Apply for the Summer Bridge Program

Brave Summer Bishop Blanchet

Bishop Blanchet Summer Camps for Rising K – 9th Graders – Soak in the summer fun at Bishop Blanchet! Registration is open for in-person camps in athletics, academics, and the arts at BBHS.
Athletics Camps run throughout the summer and include cross country, cheer (K-8), basketball, flag football, freshman football, lacrosse, soccer, and volleyball.

The Discovery Learning Camp (gr 5 – 8)runs July 18 – 22. This is a full-day immersive experience where students choose to attend three class sessions in STEM, art, music, drama, social justice, outdoor activities, and more. Lunch supervision is provided.

The BBHS Study Skills Camp (gr 5 – 9)runs August 15 – 18. This camp helps students develop time management, organization, study strategies, and planning skills to increase success in the classroom.
Multi-camp and sibling discounts are available. Register Bishop Blanchet Camps

Other Parent Resources

LGBTQ BIPOC Group for youth – Hosted by Lambert House, an activity and resource center for  lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth ages 11-22, the group is held via zoom on Sundays from 5-6. You can sign up  through onlinegroups@lamberthouse.org

Strong African American Families

Neighborhood House is pleased to be partnering with Inspiring Here and Now to offer this free online workshop for African American parents and teens ages 12-16! Each parent/caregiver receives a $75 gift card for participation.(SAAF-T) Strong African American Families-Teen (Virtual)5-WEEK Series Program Parents/Caregivers and their TEENS AGE’s 12 to 16***Inspiring Here & Now Supports Black and Brown families by providing the Strong African American Families-Teen Program (SAAF-T). SAAF-T is a program that is effectively helping families of color to learn skills needed for teens to resist drug use, make responsible choices about sexual activity, plan for higher education, and careers. Parents and teens learn together in weekly sessions featuring fun activities. This program was developed specifically for African American families and is evidence-based.Next class starts March 15th. Call Barbara Hal 702-430-8180 to Register. Want to know more about the program? Watch this 7 minute promo video about the workshop: Strong African American Families Video.