Interview with Rosalie Fish after her victory in Oregon
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Rosalie Fish named Century Link Student Athlete of the Week!
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Krystal Adolph named Distinguished Alumni by the
University of Washington Tacoma
Muckleshoot Tribal School Counselor Krystal Adolph was named the UW Tacoma Distinguished Alumni for the 2018 school year. She threw out the first pitch at the August 3rd Tacoma Rainier’s game. Way to go Krystal!!!
Muckleshoot Tribal School – High School
P.E. Student Make Up Alternative
These can be used as makeup assignments (and, when students are out sick and looking for work from their classes).
|English||Rick Ancheta / Paula Scott|
|Math||Daniel Williams / Renee Markey|
|Physical Education/ Spanish||Todd Moser|
|Counselors||Krystal Adolph (Grades 11 & 12), Renee Myers Globe (Grades 9 & 10)|
|Transition Teacher||Nancy Steinhebel|
|Wood Shop||Mike Eckhart|
|Consumer Sciences||Kathryn Bart|
This course for the 2014-15 school year is an exciting opportunity to learn about the Muckleshoot’s natural forest heritage and investigate a potential future career in natural resources. Over the year,we will explore the ecology, biology and natural history of the Pacific Northwest forests. This will be done through many field trips– to managed parks, teaching and working forests– as well as classroom activities and learning. From seed to tree, and mountain to soil, this class will look at forest life systems from the level of chemical processes taking place inside living cells to the level of ecosystem and biosphere. Much of what we are studying will involve significant vocabulary, with a heavy emphasis on applying concepts, understanding and recognizing components in scientific research, and new knowledge that must be reviewed independently to achieve mastery. The curriculum is being drawn from many sources. Project Learning Tree and Pacific Educational Institute offer many activities we will use in class, but extra activities are included so we can best meet the goals of the course, review state learning goals in Biology and scientific inquiry.
We will not work alone! Many partners and professionals will be part of this class–from Hancock Forest Management, Green River Community College, Lincoln Tree Farm, National Parks, Muckleshoot tribe elders and educators as well as local park rangers and managers. To represent the Muckleshoot Tribal School with Pride, professional presentation and workplace skills and demeanor will be part of our learning.
The Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program, funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was established in 1999 to provide outstanding African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American and Hispanic American students with an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any discipline area of interest.
The program selects 1,000 talented students, each year, to receive a good-through-graduation scholarship to use at any college or university of their choice. Gates Millennium Scholars are provided with personal and professional development through leadership programs, along with academic support throughout their college career.
The GMS 2019 Application will open on July 15, 2018 with a deadline of September 18, 2018
Students are eligible to be considered for a GMS scholarship if they meet all of the following criteria:
* A High School Senior
* From one of the following ethnicities: African-American, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian & Pacific Islander American, and/or Hispanic American.
* A US citizen, national, or permanent resident
* In good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent)
* An outstanding academic record in high school (in the top 10% of his/her graduating class)
* Demonstrated leadership ability (e.g., as shown through participation in community service, extracurricular, or other activities)
* Exceptional personal success skills (e.g., emotional maturity, motivation, perseverance, etc.)
Application may be found at https://www.gmsp.org/.
Originally in September 2008, the vision for Choices was to provide support for students who needed to recover credits in their junior and senior years of high school. If a student failed or received an incomplete grade they could complete coursework in areas that were lacking and turn that grade into a passing grade for graduation credit. Our students work in groups, independently, or on computer programs.
Students – Come get the individualized help you need to pass your current math class, pass the next state test, increase your MAPs score, or just for the pure enjoyment of learning something new! Dan Williams is here to assist you. Find where you are strong in math already. Make sense of some math concepts that now confuse you, like today’s lesson! 🙂 Please take advantage of this opportunity to improve your math and problem solving skills! No appointment necessary (except to make sure parents are aware of your schedule). You can catch the 4:15 Activities bus if you need a ride home! See you soon!
Checklist Class of 2017/2018
Checklist Class of 2019
More useful information about graduation:
The Muckleshoot Tribal School is a comprehensive High School that meets the Washington State requirements for graduation. In addition to a comprehensive general education program, we offer special education services, credit recovery through our Choices program, and a re-entry program that provides educational services to students who are not enrolled in the general education program and may be returning to school after a long duration or cannot attend regularly because of extenuating circumstances.