Brownsville Elementary is about to become the first STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) school in the Central Kitsap School District starting next year.
Klahowya Secondary School Class of 2014 graduated this evening at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds. The class of 152 graduates earned $1.38 million in scholarships to further their educations.
Trenton made his way through attempting to learn several instruments— first the trumpet, next was the French horn, then the baritone, and now, as the school year comes to an end, he’s settled on the tuba.
Here’s a look at the future goals and aspirations of Bremerton High School’s valedictorians and salutatorians. These four seniors will walk across the stage in tonight’s graduation ceremony set for 7 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.
Seniors watched in silence as their peers stumbled out of crumpled cars, screaming, crying and bloodied — all the result of a drunken driver getting behind the wheel. The Klahowya Secondary School event — a mock crash — included two crashed cars, one dead body and one severely injured passenger. The driver in the vehicle of the deceased showcased vivid emotions between screaming at the drunk driver and holding her friend until his last breath.