Please visit our Facebook page for updates during the school year!

Memories From Our Spectacular School Years:

Congratulations, Class of 2017!
We are so proud of all your accomplishments!

Congratulations, Class of 2018!
We are so proud of you, Ellie and Taluah!

Congratulations, John, for winning the
National Scholastic Create-a-Holiday Contest!
John's holiday is Dinosaur Day,
which is celebrated every May
at Stillpoint School.

* Photo Credits: The incredible Dylan and AnnaMaria from the
Burke Museum! *


We enjoy wonderful, sunny maypole dances as part of our
annual Stillpoint School May Day celebrations!


Awesome Arbor Days!

We love to celebrate with our annual Stillpoint tradition:
planting native trees on our playground!


Thank You, SJI Daughters of the American Revolution!
Congratulations to 6th Graders Jersie and Danica,
who received Certificates from the DAR
for participating in the American Revolution Essay Contest!

Stillpoint School Wins
"Most Dramatic Display"
in the Chamber of Commerce's Winter Decorating Contest!


Stillpoint School "Shakes Out!"

We proudly participate in the world's largest earthquake preparation drill every October.

State Approval Renewed!!

Stillpoint School is pleased to announce that we have received Washington State approval to
enroll students from kindergarten through sixth grade for the 2018-2019 school year.  
Stillpoint School is the only State approved private elementary school on San Juan Island,
and has been so for the past 12 years.

To receive State approval, a school must meet state standards concerning curriculum,
teacher certification, health and safety conditions, and other requirements to demonstrate
our ability to provide a quality education for our students.   Applications for State approval
are reviewed by the Washington State Board of Education, which has issued Stillpoint
School a Certificate of Private School Approval for "having met all the conditions specified"
in State law for private schools.

Students who are not home schooled are required by State law to be enrolled in a public
school or a State approved private school. For more information about a Stillpoint education,
please call the school at 360-378-2331 (during the summer months, when the school is not in
session, messages are checked regularly) or email

Stillpoint School is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit school.  Donations to the school or to the
Sally W. Bryan Scholarship Fund are fully tax deductible.

Stillpoint School is very proud to be the island's only state approved private K-6 school.
We are proudly listed on the following websites and publications:

Education Bug

OSPI Approved Private Schools
Stillpoint School
Stillpoint News!
                   Stillpoint News!
                                                                                                                        May 31, 2019

Dear Families,                                                
We had a very successful ☺ week! This newsletter includes details from our fantastic week
as well as plans for next week. Please enjoy our last newsletter of this school year!

Success Day!
We had a spectacular Success Day on Wednesday! Thank you to all of the family members
and friends who were able to attend. Thank you also to our treat volunteers for the super
food and beverage options! We loved sharing our Science experiments, artistic displays,
and academic portfolio items with everyone. Next week we plan to make Success Day
portfolio items to display our terrific work!
Awesome Early Birthdays!
We are celebrating four early birthdays so all our students have a chance to shine!

On Thursday we celebrated a June birthday: Henry will turn 9 on June 10th! Today was
our celebration for James’s upcoming July birthday. James will turn 12 on July 17! Next
week we plan to celebrate Abel’s July birthday and our last Grad birthday. Abel will turn 8
on July 21st, and Grad Isaiah will turn 12 on July 13th. Happy early birthday days to our
fantastic four! ☺
Nature-Inspired Special Project
On Thursday Kristina brought a wonderful special project: painting special nature sticks!
Using a stunning variety of paint colors, we made patterns and designs on the sticks, which
everyone will treasure. Thank you, Kristina!   
Weekly Highlights
We completed our May goals this week and turned in portfolio items. On Thursday we
chose goals for the summer to keep our academic skills sharp! Today we made memory-
filled autograph books for each of our three special Grads.

6th Grade Spirit Day
In addition to celebrating summer birthdays next week, we are excited for our 6th Grade
Spirit Day on Tuesday! This year’s theme is Beach Day. Please feel free to send a white
item to school on Tuesday for a special tie-dye activity!  

Super-Special June Days
Our end-of-the-year boat trip will be on Wednesday. Permission slips were sent home
yesterday and are due on or before Tuesday, June 4. Our last day of school, Friday,

June 7, will be a half-day ending at 11am. We look forward to seeing everyone who is
able to return for our slide show and ceremony starting at 2:30pm next Friday!        

Home Connection: Reusable Bags Next Week!
Please plan for students to bring home wonderful work next week as we complete our
Success Day portfolios! On Friday we plan to have our Great Cubby Clean-Out. Please
send reusable bags or brown paper bags to school next week to help students carry home
their special supplies for summer!
Dates to Remember                                 
Tuesday, June 4: Grad Spirit Day! Feel free to send white
                       items for tie dye in the afternoon;
                       Boat Field Trip Permission Slips due
Wednesday, June 5: End-of-the-Year Boat Field Trip
Friday, June 7: Half-day ending at 11am; Please send
                       reusable bags to take home special items!
       ☼ Celebration & Graduation Ceremony ~ 2:30pm ☼

We hope everyone has a wonderful first June weekend! We look forward to a magnificent
week together as we celebrate our amazing students and spectacular school community.

Mrs. D and Mrs. K