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Cascade High School students teach physics at Monroe Elementary School

Monroe Elementary School students learn about angular momentum. Image courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Cascade High School AP Physics Teacher Sue Wilson challenged her students to explain their understanding of physics principals to fourth and fifth graders at Monroe Elementary School.

Pairs of Ms. Wilson’s students taught the basics of pendulums, collisions, rotational motion, waves, forces, projectile motion, rotational inertia, electrical circuits, and conductivity.

Everett High School students earn top awards in Spanish literary contest

Left to right: Carlos Rodriguez, Margarita Hurtado, and Jocelyn Ramirez. Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Everett High School students Jocelyn Ramirez and Carlos Rodriguez earned top awards in the 20th annual ‘Yo escribo en Español’ literary contest.

The topic for 2018 was “celebrating the diversity and richness of our culture” and students from 110 schools in Washington State participated and submitted 520 essays. 

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