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Keeping Connected at a Distance

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Our schools are creatively connecting with students as they learn from home! Some ways that students and families can stay connected to their schools and peers:
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  • Pullman Public Schools: @PullmanSD
  • Lincoln Middle School: @LMSPrincipals
  • Pullman High School: @PullmanHS
  • Franklin Elementary: @FESFoxes
  • Kamiak Elementary: @PullmanKES
  • Sunnyside Elementary: @SESSuperstars

  • Kamiak: @Kamiak.Elementary.School
  • Lincoln Middle School: @LMSPrincipals
  • Sunnyside: @SunnysideSuperstars
  • Pullman High School: @Pullman_Hounds
Fifth graders in our district were not able to attend camp this year (a disappointment for students and staff alike!), but fifth grade teachers planned an awesome week of outdoor education activities for students to participate in! Thank you to our fabulous fifth grade teachers for providing our students with a fun and engaging experience!
Mr. Haynes' 5th graders at Jefferson Elementary had an epic Zoom meeting guest! Blitz, the Seattle Seahawks mascot dropped in to hang out with the class in their daily meeting - the mascot's pup even made a special appearance!
Our teachers are amazing... LMS Math Teacher Mimi Dissmore brought some math skills (and TAKIS!) to a student to show some extra support!
Such a fun Zoom activity! Students in Ms. Quinley's class did a guided drawing activity resulting in some awesome monster drawings! Great work, Superstars!

PHS staff spent the day delivering special yard signs to the home of every senior! We are so proud of the work our seniors have accomplished!

"Belonging Doesn't Require a Building"