Around Campus

List of 3 news stories.

  • Teen Feed Partnership

    The Bush School is honored to continue our partnership with Teen Feed, an organization in Seattle that supports the needs of homeless and at-risk teenagers. This month, Luke ’21, Anne ’21, Skylar ’21, Tula ’21, Avie ’21, Catherine ’21, Ella ’21, Max ’21, and Cassidy ’23, along with School Counselor John Ganz and Upper School History Teacher Susanne Eckert, made chicken caesar wraps fruit salad, pasta salad, and brownies. This group is already planning the next Teen Feed meal, which will be on Tuesday, October 13. Be on the lookout throughout the school year for ways in which the Bush community can get involved to help support Teed Feed’s mission.
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  • The Bush School Zoom Backgrounds

    Are you looking to up your Zoom game? Want to show your Blazer spirit? Are you a member of the Class of 2021 and need to elevate your senior pride? This year we will be rolling out different sets of Zoom backgrounds for students, faculty, and families to use on Zoom or virtual meeting platforms. This week we have three introductory sets of backgrounds including:

    Class of 2021 – Senior Proud
    Bush Back to School
    Campus Photos
     
    Click on one of the links to download the background set. Then click "Standard" in the top left corner of your screen to download the entire set as a zip file. Or, simply click on the image you would like to use and, while holding down your mouse, drag and drop the image to your desktop to save.

    Look for new Zoom backgrounds to be released throughout the year!
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  • Welcome New School Wellness Coordinator—Happy Salinas-Santos

    This year The Bush School created a new position, School Wellness Coordinator, to manage Bush’s response to the pandemic, to coordinate health services for students, faculty, and staff, and to serve as a liaison with Bush families regarding health matters. We are pleased to welcome Happy Salinas-Santos as Bush’s School Wellness Coordinator who joined our community on Wednesday, September 9.
     
    Happy is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) with years of experience serving children of all ages and was named Top ARNP by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine three times. Most recently, she worked as a Nurse Practitioner at the Seattle Children’s Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic. She has also owned her own clinic named Happy Family Health & Wellness, served as the Lead Nurse Practitioner at the Garfield Teen Health Center, and was a clinician for Planned Parenthood of Western Washington. Happy holds a Master of Science in Nursing from Seattle University, and a Bachelor of Business Administration and Information Systems from The George Washington University. She has a keen interest in removing health-related barriers from children’s lives to promote equity and inclusion, and is looking forward to establishing a school-wide wellness program that will address health and health-related issues for Bush students, faculty, and staff. 
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