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News and Events

News and Events


 

Vocal Music – Winter Concert
Please join us on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 6:00 pm as our Kindergarten and 1st Grade students perform a variety of songs led by our very own Ms. Karen Stephenson. The performance will take place on the stage in our cafeteria and is sure to be a lovely evening.



Elementary Progress Reports- Coming Dec. 17th
This year elementary progress reports will be sent home on Wednesday, December 17th. The purpose of the report is to provide regular and clear communication about your student’s progress in relation to academic standards.   The standards were selected because they are considered to be important over time, have relevance across content areas, and provide readiness for the next level of instruction. The progress report is not designed to report every learning standard. Complete Washington State content standards may be found at www.k12.wa.us under Teaching and Learning.   Student progress toward the end-of-year learning targets is expressed using the following numeric scale. Scores reflects whether students are progressing as expected. In other words, a student whose learning trajectory is consistent with meeting end-of-year standard will have a 3 or 4 in the first trimester even though they have not reached end of year proficiency.
     1-Below performance expectations at this time
     2-Approaching performance expectations at this time
     3-Meeting performance expectations at this time
     4-Exceeding performance expectations at this time
Our goal is to provide information about your student’s learning in a format that is easily understood. We hope that the updated progress report is useful and meets your needs. We welcome your thoughts during this first year of use.





Inclement Weather Reminder:
In the event that we experience inclement weather during the winter months, it is important that we share a common understanding of the procedures for handling changes in the school schedule. If severe weather makes it necessary to change the school schedule, the superintendent will announce late arrival, early dismissal, or closure of the district through major media outlets, as well as at www.schoolreport.org. This website will always contain the most up-to-date information. Unless there is a listing for Seattle Public Schools at schoolreport.org, all schools and programs are operating on a normal schedule. If the decision is made to close schools for the day, an announcement will be made by 6:00 AM.
In the event of a late arrival or early dismissal, please make transportation arrangements if you normally drive your child to and from school. Students should not be dropped off early on late arrival days, nor left at school after an early dismissal. Buses may be delayed on severe weather days, but they will always run unless school is cancelled. Please be aware that students will arrive at home early if school is dismissed early in order to avoid unsafe road conditions.


Seattle Public Schools Nutrition Services is proud to announce an exciting update to our school menus!
 
What’s new for 2015!:
 
·        A new menu website: http://seattleschools.nutrislice.com
·        A FREE app for iPhone and Android, School Lunch by Nutrislice
·        A mobile website: http://seattleschools.nutrislice.com/mobile 
·        More information about menu items, including detailed descriptions and   nutrition information
·        Feedback option on menu items
·        Email sign up for new menu information
·        Printable version of menus on the Nutrislice site or they are still available on the district School Meals page at www.seattleschools.org/meals
 
 
We hope you’ll check out our new menus and let us know what you think!
 
 
Wendy Weyer, R.D., SNS
Director, Nutrition Services
Seattle Public Schools
206-252-0685
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