Resources

Resources

The links on these pages are provided for convenience. They do not constitute an endorsement by Tall Cedars Academy, but rather a starting place to gain information and support. Each link will open a new browser window for an external web site.

  • Full Circle Farm is a 140 acre certified organic produce farm located in Carnation, Washington along the banks of Griffin Creek and the Snoqualmie River. They cultivate over 75 varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs ranging from bunched greens and baby vegetables to specialty herbs and flowers (edible and
    ornamental). Please visit their website to sign up for school delivery.
  • Kid’s Health: This is a great website to explore questions you have about your everyday ouches to what’s going on with Grandpa. Lots of great recipes too!
  • Box Tops for Education has helped America’s schools earn over $175 million in just over 10 years. Learn more about how you can help contribute to the Tall Cedars Academy Scholarship Fund with Box Tops.
  • eScrip.com is a fantastic resource for fundraising where participating business partners contribute a percentage of your grocery loyalty cards, credit card, and debit/ATM card purchases to the school of your choice. Visit their website for a complete list of participants in the program and sign up today! It doesn’t cost a thing to participate and all the proceeds collected will go directly to the Tall Cedars Academy scholarship fund.
  • SchoolReport.org assists more than 100 school districts, colleges, and private schools in the greater Puget Sound region inform the public of emergency school announcements. Through the SchoolReport.org computer network, member schools relay timely and accurate emergency-related information through local radio and television broadcasts and the Internet.
  • Scholastic
    This amazing site offers a huge collection of articles and resources for students, their families and teachers. Scholastic is also a national leader in the publication of children’s books and the provider Tall Cedars uses for our monthly book orders.
  • Kid Friendly Search Engine
    This helpful and age appropriate kid’s search engine is sponsored by Yahoo and has great filters built in along with allowing children to search for images that are safe and useable.
  • Kids Running
    A great resource for students and families with a “Happy Feet, Healthy Food” Kid’s Club and lots of great tie-ins to curriculum, games, advice and stories!
  • Letterboxing
    Letterboxing is kind of like a treasure hunt. Use your compass skills that we learn in PE to take your family on a quest for the “hidden letterbox”. Having a goal will keep even your youngest siblings going as you hike your way to health!
  • Kid Netic
    Stuck inside and having trouble figuring out what to do? Go here for great games that will get you moving! Timed scavenger hunts are really fun and there are cool robot dance steps too. You can even take a fitness challenge and email an “I dare you!” challenge to a friend … Can they beat your best time?