20 hours ago
Spirit week at the Elementary School has gotten off to a great start. Pajama Day, and Wacky Hair Day, are always two of our favorites! ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
We've got spirit yes we do, we've got spirit how 'bout you?! It's sports day at Chrysalis and the high school teachers are showing us how it's done! From the Kraken to vintage Seahawks apparel, we are bringing it! Hockey, soccer and football? Yes!
Oh and a Bella pic too! 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
It’s good to see familiar faces! Everyone looks great!
3 days ago
It is Spirit Week at both the High School and Elementary campuses this week. Here is a reminder of the daily themes. We are looking forward to seeing pictures of everyone who is participating! ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
Natashia is the hub of information and heart of Chrysalis! When a bird accidentally hits the front window? She cares for it, comforts it and nutures it until recovery. When students need social time? She creates lunchchats with Tasha! When she knows voting will make a difference in our country? She is out and rockin' the vote! Tash, we couldn't do this without you. You comfort, support and take care of us all! Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
One of our young students brought an idea to his Language Arts teacher: Why not start an elementary school newspaper? The kids are having so much fun with this. Great work, Will, we’re so proud of your initiative! ... See MoreSee Less
Great idea, Will--thanks for starting this cool school newspaper! Really enjoyed all the great stories in the current issue. Good job to everyone who contributed this time around!
Hooray for the language arts teacher!
Great work Will!
Chrysalis cares about safety and the environment and so do our students! October 15th was the 'Great Washington Shakeout' and our Geography students are currently studying The Ring of Fire, also referred to as the Circum-Pacific Belt. It is a path along the Pacific Ocean characterized by active volcanoes and frequent earthquakes. After talking about earthquakes, Jennifer made her class practice the 'duck and cover' method as a safety reminder! Way to shake it up in class Jennifer! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
With almost 50 total guests, 21 of them new inductees into CHS 2020-2021 chapter of the National Honor Society, we had a wonderful online event last night celebrating and recognizing our students who have shown commitment to leadership, service, character and scholarship! Congratulations to you all! We are so proud of your accomplishments. Check out two of our new members! ... See MoreSee Less
Mike's 9th grade World History class researched and shared wonderful presentations about the Ancient Incan Empire, focusing on their beliefs, culture, conflicts and innovations. Thank you for sharing this Mike! ... See MoreSee Less
Students are stretching themselves to try new things at Chrysalis! Ninth grader, Tate, shared that he thought he'd try photography this year as an elective and found out that he's enjoying it more than he imagined. Tate really likes John as his photography teacher and thinks that it's cool to learn about how a camera works, and being outside in nature. Great work, Tate! Thank you for sharing these pics! ... See MoreSee Less
Yay for Tate!
3 weeks ago
Autumn is surely here with this blustery weather, so it's time to break out the comfy sweaters and hot cocoa. What should we do tonight? How about a game of mystery and intrigue? The ASB is hosting a high school and a junior high game night that you don't want to miss! All students will receive an invitation email 30 minutes before the event. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less