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__INTRAMURAL SPORTS :: Spring 2021

Students can signup here


Co-ed Intramural Soccer

Co-ed Intramural Cross-country

Unified Soccer


The season will run from Monday, April 19 until Friday, June 11. We are offering Co-Ed Cross Country, Co-Ed Soccer, and Co-Ed Unified Soccer. Practices will take place at Shuksan from 2:30 – 4:00 PM.

Students will participate on the days when they attend school. Our BVL, all remote, BFPP, homeschool, and private school students will choose the A Cohort or B Cohort sports days (M/T or Th/F).

Students will participate with other students at our school and not with other middle schools. There are no fees and no sports physical required. Students will sign up using Final Forms, . Parents will receive the Final Forms link in their email. Both parents and students need to login and sign up/fill out paperwork.


Questions?  Please email Esmeralda Ortiz here



For all those readers who love stories, even when they don’t get around to reading them!

Who: Jennifer Lovchik, Bellingham Public Teen Librarian, hosts monthly Zoom clubs.

Date: They occur the fourth Wednesday of every month until May 2021.

Time:  1:00-1:45pm

Topic:  This year, we will talk about “Quarantine Reading.”


Email Mrs. Fisher for the Zoom links and with any questions.



Attention creative, problem solvers!

We want YOU to join the Bellingham School District’s Future Problem Solvers Club (FPS). For those of you that were a part of this class in the past, we are continuing to offer it this year in the form of a district-wide club. We are looking for both returning members and new members to join FPS.

Email Ms. Smith with any questions


The club will have similar expectations to a class.  Below are some general expectations if you would like to join the club:

    1. Attend meetings weekly on Wednesdays from 8:15-9:00am on Zoom
    2. Complete 2-3 hours of FPS related work per week
    3. Be able to collaborate with members of your FPS team (teams are of 4 students)
    4. FPS has a challenging curriculum which is fast paced and reading/writing intense.  The topics we study often encompass science and social science domains. Students will often be expected to move through the content and assignments independently.