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Mill Creek Elementary School

Kiwanis help third-graders at Mill Creek Elementary learn how to look it up

Jack LaPoint at Mill Creek Elementary School. Photo courtesy of Sno-Isle Libraries.

No matter what the question, Jack LaPoint has the answer. “Look it up,” he says. “If you know how to look things up, you can be the smartest person in the world.”

It’s a message LaPoint has been bringing to third-graders for ten years as part of an annual dictionary giveaway sponsored by the Silver Lake Kiwanis and Friends of the Mill Creek Library; and supported by Sno-Isle Libraries.

Mill Creek Elementary School’s Rhonda Kaleiwahea wins Outstanding Achievement Award from American Heart Association

Rhonda Kaleiwahea, Mill Creek Elementary School PE teacher, recently won the Outstanding Achievement Award in support of the American Heart Association's effort in cardiovascular science, education and community programs.

Rhonda Kaleiwahea, Mill Creek Elementary School PE teacher, recently won the Outstanding Achievement Award in support of the American Heart Association's effort in cardiovascular science, education and community programs.

Colton’s Army gives thanks to Mill Creek Elementary students, staff and community.

Lisa Foslien's fifth-grade class of Mill Creek Elementary recently coordinated a garage and bake sale to raise over $2,500 for Colton's Army, a volunteer group dedicated to help in Colton Matter's battle with cancer.

Lisa Foslien's fifth-grade class of Mill Creek Elementary recently coordinated a garage and bake sale to raise over $2,500 for Colton's Army, a volunteer group dedicated to help in Colton Matter's battle with cancer.

Colton's Army is a community of more than a thousand people (and growing every day) in support of a local hero, Colton Matter. Colton was diagnosed with a form of high-risk leukemia on his third day of fourth–grade and has since battled this same cancer three times over the past four years.