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News and Events

News and Events


May 26, 2015
 
Dear Sand Point community,
 
Today I am delighted to announce Kirsten Roberts as the new principal of Sand Point Elementary, starting July 1. She replaces Dan Warren, who is leaving the district for opportunities in Washington, D.C.
 
Ms. Roberts comes to Sand Point from a diverse and rich background in teaching and administration. Currently, she is a fifth grade teacher and teacher evaluation and feedback system leader at St. Maur International School, a private K-12 school and the oldest international school in Japan. Before that position, Ms. Roberts has served as an instructional coach at Zama American High School in Japan, a principal and academic support teacher in Washington, D.C., and a special education coordinator in Barcelona, Spain.
 
Ms. Roberts’ personal focus is on equity, instructional leadership and collaboration. A collaborative leader, it is her goal to model excellent instruction, support PLCs, coach and evaluate educators, and lead continuous improvement alongside teachers and parents. She is looking forward to building relationships with Sand Point teachers, staff and families while also getting to know students personally, creating excellent educational outcomes for all. Members of Sand Point’s staff, BLT and PTA participated in the principal search and shared their support for Ms. Roberts due to her skill and experience.
 
Ms. Roberts holds a master’s degree in special education from George Mason University and a bachelor’s degree in justice studies from James Madison University. She also holds a Washington State residency administrator certificate.
 
Please join me in welcoming Ms. Roberts. As soon as she’s settled in Washington, we’ll work to set up opportunities for you to meet and get to know her before the school year begins.
 
I also want to take a moment to thank Mr. Warren for all he’s done to make Sand Point what it is today. We wish him well on his next adventure.
 
Thank you for the high expectations that you set for every student, and for all that you do.
 
Sincerely,
Larry Nyland
Superintendent
Seattle Public Schools

SPRING CONCERT

Attention all Sand Point students, staff and parents: I am pleased to announce the Spring Concert/Assembly for our
Sand Point instrumental music students at 2:15pm on Wednesday, May 27.

Our 4th and 5th grade instrumentalists have been working hard all year, learning new instrumental skills and repertoire, and they are eager to demonstrate these skills to you. Please set aside May 27 to support your
friends, students and classmates and hear some excellent music.

 Kathrynn Lyle


 

Please be on time to School:

As you already know, we have created high academic goals for our students at Sand Point Elementary.   I believe that if we wish to achieve our high academic goals, we must capitalize on every learning opportunity available.  These opportunities start with arriving to school on time.  As a school community, this is an area that is directly within our power to improve quickly, let’s see what we can do in the month of March!



 
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