The Suquamish Elementary School Library serves as an essential learning hub under the guidance of Library Media Specialist, Mrs. Stone. Catering to the diverse needs of the school's student body, the library is a fundamental resource that complements the school's mission to provide a nurturing and inclusive learning environment that promotes both academic and personal growth. Mrs. Stone's role is crucial in fostering a love for reading among students, nurturing their research and information literacy skills, and ensuring that the library's resources reflect the school's diverse cultural community, particularly acknowledging its strong Native American heritage.
Having tech issues? Contact your teacher, Library Media Specialist, or call our tech hotline!
Embark on a mission to become a Chromebook troubleshooting ninja, conquering challenges from a sleepy device to stubborn websites, with the help of your Chromebook Sensei.
Zoom through NKSD Chromebook logins and password tricks with this ultra-cool, user-friendly guide!
The North Kitsap School District and Kitsap Regional Library partnership provides students with easy library access.
Young NKSD wizards must use their Chromebooks wisely, guard personal data, and avoid digital dark magic.
Embark on a cosmic e-learning adventure through Clever, exploring diverse platforms like Google Classroom and more.
Guide to NKSD device management: Treat it responsibly, protect, report damage, charge and update regularly, follow rules.
NKSD's District Hotspot Request Program ensures equitable student access to digital resources for home learning.
Explore award-winning books, Eagles!! Soar into exciting adventures with Caldecott, Newbery, and Washington's own Sasquatch awards.
Suquamish Elementary's Reading Challenge encourages 3rd-5th graders to read books from award nominee lists for rewards.
Explore the interactive websites of authors Jeff Kinney, Mo Willems, Roald Dahl, and Shel Silverstein.
NKSD provides Chromebooks for students, with policies for technical assistance, charging, loaners, maintenance, loss/theft, and appropriate use.
Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety involve responsible, respectful online behavior and precautions to protect personal information.