Featured Articles

Rainier Beach Town Meeting on PBIS
Corner Greeter Training and Kitchen Cleanup for the Fall
Rising above the Influence: Back2School Bash
More than a Farm Stand, It’s a Community!
Rainier Beach Farm Stand
Rainier Beach A Beautiful Safe Place for Youth

Rainier & Henderson Scouting Oct. 31, 2018

Rainier & Henderson Scouting, Oct. 31

RB Corner Greeter Light Rail Station, Oct. 2018

Rainier Beach Light Rail Corner Greeter Oct, 2018

Scouting RB Light Rail, Oct.2018

Scouting RB Light Rail, Oct.2018

Rose Street Corner Greeter, Oct. 2018

Rose Street Corner Greeter, Oct. 2018

Rose Street CG October 2018

Scouting for Rainier Beach Town Meeting, October 2018

Scouting for Rainier Beach Town Meeting, October 2018

CG Planning and Scouting for Town Hall

Rainier Beach Town Meeting on PBIS

Rainier Beach Town Meeting on PBIS

RB Town Meeting PBIS

Project Library

A Beautiful Safe Place for Youth (ABSPY)

Youth engaged in the planning, implementation and documentation of "Corner Greeter" activities and Signature Events to inform and engage the public at neighborhood "hotspots" through positive, fun activities.

Black Masters of Social Artistry

A special monthly arts magazine managed by a team of youth under a grant from the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative

Photo Voice 2011

Rainier Beach Photo Voice 2011 project focused on identifying community assets that support learning and education

RBHS Freedom School

CDF Freedom Schools is a six-week, high impact summer literacy based program that weaves together five key components: a culturally-infused integrated reading curriculum with weekly "I Can Make a Difference" themes; inter-generational leadership development; a "Day of Social Action"; family and community partnerships; and a nutrition and health program. Freedom Schools is a program of the national Children's Defense Fund. Sponsor partners served over 13,000 youth in 107 cities across 29 states last year. At Rainier Beach High School, we are the first Freedom School to be implemented at the high school level in Washington state.