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List of 3 news stories.

  • Helping Our Community During COVID-19

    The Bush School is committed to supporting the public health community. This week, we joined several schools by loaning six 3D printers and one laser cutter that will be used to create N95 masks, visors, and other critical medical supplies. The Maker's Mask—a N95 mask—created by Rory Larsen, is produced on hobbyist-grade 3D printers at a cost of two to three dollars per mask. The Maker's Mask team now has forty 3D printers that will produce 300 masks per day. They plan to share the production model with the greater maker community to address the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) and to protect health care workers.

    Thanks to the efforts of Seattle Academy alumni, Bush and several peer schools, a digital fabrication system is being set up at Epiphany School for volunteers to print, cut, and assemble pieces for designs approved by area medical facilities. The first masks are being used now at Seattle Children's Hospital. To learn more about Maker's Mask and their efforts to crowdsource technology and key resources to impact critical needs, click here.

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  • Spring Break Blazer Bingo

    Looking for some fun over spring break? Check out Spring Break Blazer Bingo! It's a great way to add activities to your day, join in a community event, and win some cool Bush schwag. Click here to download the Spring Break Blazer Bingo board. 
    For official submissions, please create a folder inside the Spring Break Blazer Bingo Google Folder with the Bush student's full name and graduation year (ie; Helen Bush_24) and drop in your photos. 
     
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  • Wellness & Learning Resources Webpage and Spring Break Resources

    The Bush K-12 Support Services Department is pleased to launch a new webpage to support all students during the transition to remote schooling during the COVID-19 health outbreak. This resource is designed as an information hub for students and families and includes spring break resources, featured articles of interest, wellness and counseling resources, learning support resources, and a Bush support services team directory including contact information. 

    We hope you find it helpful and enjoy exploring the various articles, links, and information. To read the letter sent to the Bush community from Support Services Department Chair Sara Carter outlining the department's commitment to students' emotional and learning needs during the COVID-19 health outbreak, click here. Today, we know that community is more important than ever, and the Bush support services team is ready to support you.

    Spring break is starting, and the Bush support services team has pulled together a wide range of resources to support you over spring break during this unique time. We know this “break” is definitely different than our typical days off. We hope this time brings connection, calm, and even some fun for your entire family. You can find resources for spring break and beyond on the Bush Wellness & Learning Spring Break Resources flier.
     
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