Native American Heritage Month

In November, Native American Heritage Month, we want to honor the Simump Tribe.
We gratefully acknowledge the Native Peoples on whose ancestral homelands we gather, as well as the diverse and vibrant Native communities who make their home here today.

We follow the Air Quality

Following Department of Health guidelines for Air Quality. We are in the red so no outside play today. Guidelines sent to parents

Fall Festival Thursday, Oct 20, 2022

Fall Festival 22 flyer

Thursday, October 20, 2022     6:00 to 7:00 PM

Cottage Lake Elementary   Cafeteria

Games, arts and crafts, goodie bags!  Dress for the evening weather, inside and outside activities


Love and Logic

Parenting Styles - Online Event - October 6

Northwest Center for Kids

Northwest Center for Kids To promote the growth, development and independence of people with disabilities through programs of therapy, education and work opportunity.
Every Step of the Way
We are a leader in advancing equal opportunities for children and adults

Wildfire Smoke Alert & School Hours Reminder

The Wildfire Smoke has moved to a Red Alert for the Cottage Lake Area, the air quality is Unhealthy for all so unless the wind clears the smoke we will not be going outside for rest of the afternoon.

How to Ease Your Child’s Separation Anxiety

By: Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, MBE, FAAP

Separation anxiety varies WIDELY between children. Some babies become hysterical when mom is out of sight for a very short time, while other children seem to demonstrate ongoing anxiety at separations during infancy,

Separation Anxiety tips:

The Good Goodbye: Strategies for Families

Try strategies such as the following:

  •  Have a routine for leaving home to go to school. For example, you might make up a silly song to sing in the car as you are on

Separation Anxiety: Love and Logic

Over the years, many parents have asked me about how to deal with separation anxiety. Now that many young children have spent more time than usual at home over the past year or so, this concern seems to be more

Hands at Play Developing Fine Motor Skills for Life

Young children are naturally curious. They learn about the world by interacting with their peers and by exploring materials with their hands. During their early years, children develop hand skills (fine motor skills) that they will need to be successful

About The Shyne School
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Coming Events
Download our annual Calendar for Shyne Calendar 2022 to 2023

Updated 9/3/2022 – Updates to calendars sent to current parents with Lesson Plans and Newsletters as well as posted in the lobby.

*We follow the NSD calendar for breaks. We

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Important Information

Center Hours: Monday to Friday 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM

We are happy to be engaging Tri Landscape & Design Inc {(206) 953-0722} for landscaping and for snow removal.

If Northshore School District closes, we will cancel our …

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Tour Our School

When we are full we do not offer tours.  Once we have an opening I will call from the waiting list and set up an individual tour, by appointment.  Once a family has toured they can decide if they wish …

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