Wednesday, June 28 (6:30-8:00pm): Middle School Juanita Beach Summer Cookout Kickoff – Free! BBQ hot dogs, guys bring drinks, girls bring snacks, swimming, volleyball, spike ball, cornhole, ladder ball, badminton, etc.) Contact Josh the Intern: firstname.lastname@example.org or text 206-679-5143 with questions or to help out.
Water Wars @ Blythe Park
Wednesday, July 19 (6:30-8:00pm): Middle School WATER WARS @ Blythe Park in Bothell: Wear clothing that can get wet as we will be doing water relays, competitions, and a water balloon battle. Cost is free, and bring friends. If people want to help at the event or with filling up water balloons, contact Carson the Intern: email@example.com and 425-877-0104.
Middle School Hike
Wednesday, July 26: Middle School Hike – Location TBD. We will leave the church at 9am be back to the church at 5pm. If you are planning on going in the lake, come prepared. Please bring in your own backpack a water bottle(s), sun screen/hat, hiking appropriate shoes/clothing, camera, towel (optional), and a sack lunch with money for a stop on the way back. Parent Drivers/Hike Chaperones needed. Questions…contact Sara the Intern: firstname.lastname@example.org or text 425-351-9460.
Alder Lake Middle School Camp – July 30-August 4, 2017
For incoming 6th-8th grades, this will be an amazing summer experience camping at Alder Lake at the foot of Mt. Rainer. Imagine 120 middle school students running around playing crazy games, tubing on a lake miles long, and eating better than they eat all year (seriously!), with powerful camp speakers, music, and tent-leaders. Many parents are key support personnel (cooks, boat drivers, etc.) with older high school and college students volunteering, too!
Cost: $199 each, plus options for purchasing a zipper-hoodie.
Some need-based scholarships are available. If needed, please email email@example.com and fill her in on what is needed.
We typically have 1-2 nurses who assist with medical situations, plus a cook-volunteer to navigate special needs.
Water safety? We usually have a couple volunteer lifeguards who watch the swimming area. Everywhere else, students are required to wear a lifejacket.
Students sleep with their peers in large tents, supervised by 1-2 leaders.
At the Firs Chalet on top of Mt Baker with Snow, Snow, Snow (Tubing and more!). This “sell-out fast” event is at the most amazing location, but a life-changing, crazy-fun event. We will slip out of school early Friday and return late Sunday afternoon.
Registration: coming winter of 2017-2018
1pm check-in time on Friday (This will allow us to avoid traffic and have a safer drive up the mountain in daylight hours) then return to Northshore by 4pm on Sunday.