It is back to school time, which brings a special packet filled with letters, calendars, and other important information.
Wondering about arrival and dismissal procedures? Find the answers with this post filled with maps of every building, discover traffic flow for each location, and view times for all grades.
What do students learn when they meet authors and illustrators? Read on to find the answer and view photos of three recent author/illustrator visit including Mo Willems.
What is JCL? Learn about this fantastic convention held every year and how students participate. Also, view images of projects and check out the list of students and the placement of their projects.
When students in Lower Elementary brought up concerns about the events in Ukraine, the Teachers and School Counselor stepped in to help them process it. Learn more and view photos of the students' work.
What is Holi and how is it celebrated? Read our post to learn about the festival and view the beautiful artwork created by our students in Lower Elementary.
With the weather cooperating, students had a packed fourth day at NatureBridge that included canoeing, humming, chanting, hiking, and much more! Read all about their adventures and view photos.
When the cold wind postponed their planned canoe trip, our sixth-grade students moved onward to new adventures in nature, the lab, and in their cabin. See what they did and watch the slideshow of photos.
From studying old forest growth in the rain to a night hike, our sixth-grade students learned a lot during their second day at NatureBridge! Learn more about their adventure and check out the photos.
Our sixth-grade students had a wonderful adventure on their first day of outdoor education, which include a surprise while on the ferry. Check it out!
Ijeoma Oluo (ee-joh-mah oh-loo-oh), author of the #1 New York Times bestseller So You Want to Talk About Race is headlining April's virtual Eton Community Education!
As part of our final Eton Community Education series, we have booked an evening with local author and speaker, Ijeoma Oluo. In addition, we chose her book as our first, Eton One Read. Learn more and watch an important Eton One Read video by our Teacher-Librarian, Poppy Louthan.
Wondering what to do after the special early dismissal on the last day of school? Eton Parent Council has planned a special activity for all Eton families. Check out your invite and make plans to be there!
This spring, the Eton School community celebrates reading with a virtual book fair. Learn about purchasing books from the fair and how it supports both reading and the school.
During National Teacher Appreciation Week, our parents/guardians made everyone at Eton School feel appreciated. Now we say thank you back.
Every Eton parent/guardian is a member of the Eton Parent Council and eligible to vote for bylaw changes and the EPC Committee Officers. Learn about the proposed by-law, meet the candidates, and then RSVP to attend and vote!
The students in our Remote Grades 2-3 class created an online newspaper. In their paper, they share a variety of news, information, and more!
After the Mask Drive ended, we received another large donation. We have new numbers for the total and more to share with you!
Remember when we held fun School Spirit Days? It has been a while, so we created one for April 1. Learn more about this special day and how to participate.
With the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) changing travel guidelines and Governor Inslee adopting them for Washington State, we reevaluated and modified our policy. Please take a moment to read about the modified travel policy.
When you have a passion, you keep it alive even during a pandemic. Discover how one fifth-grade student has followed his passion and has a role in an upcoming play that is streaming from March 26-28.
When our Lower Elementary students heard that people in the community needed masks, they started a mask drive and you responded! See how the drive turned out and check out the student's signs and photos.
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Our Environmental Group started making plans last year for the area along the Main Building's gate side. Learn and see what this amazing group has accomplished and the important role students played in creating the garden space.
Wanting to update our schoolyard habitat and outdoor learning space, an artist was commissioned to carve three chairs and two couches (benches). Learn more about these pieces and their delicate placement.
"We are struggling to find a new normal within the confines of COVID-19, especially as September has begun to wave at us from the calendar." As a parent of a new young student and as Eton's School Counselor, Sarah Kessack understands the struggle and offers insight and thoughtful advice on how to make the school year easier for everyone.
Hearing otters are critically threatened, one young alumna takes action to spread awareness using a stop gap video.
On June 4, the eighth-grade students shared their research with over 90 attendees. The students covered a wide variety of topics and passions.
Even though the stay-at-home orders are in place, our Lower Elementary students continue to connect with the community around them in a variety of creative and caring ways.