Saturday May 5th is the FOSB Annual Retreat in the School Library.
We will begin gathering at 9:00 am. Email Jodi Russell if you plan to attend.
This year we will be talking, among other things, about how to make project based learning an even deeper and more substantial part of academic life at Salmon Bay. Please join us! This is a fun event that includes both parents and teachers. People bring snacks—and we talk, focus and try to plan for next year. Please join in! Full agenda available in the weekly bulletin.
This week is Administrative Professional's Week, so if you get the chance let our office staff of Karen, Marcia, Edna, Faye and Nurse Julie know how much you appreciate the work that they do. Our school would not hum without them.
Poetry night returns to the Salmon Bay Library, Tues. 4/24 and Wed. 4/25 at 7PM- Come sign up
to read your favorite poem or just come to listen to all of our talented poets. The bookfair will also be
open that night for your shopping pleasure
The Seattle School Board on Wednesday decided to extend the school year by two days to make up for January’s inclement weather. The last day of school will be Friday, June 22. Seattle students lost three days of school in January because of severe winter weather conditions. One day was made up on Jan. 27.
The Auction is upon us (Saturday!) and there were just a few reminders we wanted to share with you.
1. Please remember to label your potluck dish and your utensils. We would love for your things to get back to you at the end of the evening.
2. The catalog is virtually complete and avaiable online at http://salmonbayschool.maestroweb.com/
3. If you want to come to this FUN event and haven't RSVP'd yet, no problem, you can pay at the door.
4. Our auction is being held at the North Seattle Community College Wellness Center. Best entrance to the parking lot at the Wellness center is located off of 92nd and Corliss Ave, which is the north end of the college.
5. We hope to see you there and thank you for all you have done to create another terrific Salmon Bay Auction.
Middle school student Leo Pfeifer won FIRST PLACE in the national C-SPAN student video competition. There will be a presentation next week with people from C-SPAN here to bring Leo his “giant check.” Students will also view Leo’s video. The theme this year was “The Constitution and You” and asked students to select any provision of the US Constitution and illustrate why it is important to them. The title of Leo’s film is, “Who Owns Free Speech?” You can view Leo’s videos at https://vimeo.com/35355261.