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Salmon Life Cycle

Our Upper Grade students survived a wild and wet field trip to the Issaquah Fish Hatchery!


Congratulations Sam!

Congratulations to Glendale's own Sam and the Pacwest 10-11 All Star team. After seven straight days of games in 100+ degree weather, these boys came away from the Washington State Tournament with a 3rd place finish.


New Student Garden

Attention parents. . .your kids may come home a little dirty today. Mrs. Hostetter is taking science outside to prep and plant a school garden.


Acid or Base?


Tasty Earth Science

For the 100th Day of School, students modeled earth's layers using pudding, whipped cream and cookies. It was fun to watch everyone dig for their core. Yum!


Supersaturated Science

What can you do with a supersaturated solution? Make rock candy, of course! Our October science lab turned a bit sweet and salty as students learned the chemistry behind salt crystallization and started their own rock candy cultures.


Silk Screening Workshop

Glendale students were mesmerized during a silk screening workshop with Mrs. Marks, a working artist and Glendale teacher. After learning the steps in the silk screening process, students practiced the technique with Glendale's Eagle logo. Next, they'll design and screen their own patterns.


All-City Champ

Congratulations to Luke Logan, 4th grader, for making it to the All City Swim Championship this summer. His relay team from the Gregory Seahurst Swim Club won gold in both the 100 Free and the 100 Medley relays.