Below is a Survey that we are using to get your input regarding the upcoming principal search that the staff, teachers and community will conduct to find a replacement for Jodee Reed upon her retirement. The survey is quick and we need it back by Wednesday morning if possible.
The following link will guide you to the survey. Thank you for your input and participation.
Friday night is your chance to support the playground and have a great dinner.
Thanks to the generosity of the Lynch family and Ocean Beauty Seafoods we are going to have a salmon and pasta feed on Friday Feb 3rd. The 6pm seating is geared toward Elementary and the 7pm seating toward Middle School families whose children are just returning from Snoqualmie pass cold and hungry, but anyone is welcome at either seatings.
There is no admission fee but donations are gratefully accepted and we will be selling engraved tiles for our new playground which is prepped to break ground this summer. Your family's name can be a part of Salmon Bay history!
It’s going to be a great ski/board day this Friday! However, there is one issue we could use your help with. This Friday only, our ski buses will be making a mid-day run after they drop us off at the mountain. This means all of your child’s gear will be required to come off the bus when they get to the mountain. Any gear your child does NOT need access to will be stored in a chaperone’s mini-van, while any items like their lunch, extra gloves, etc… they want access to will go with them to the ski lodge. To help your child be successful with this transition, could you please help them with the following Thursday night:
-Make sure all of their gear is labeled
-Gear they do NOT need access to while they’re on the mountain should be stored in ONE labeled backpack/duffle bag
-Items/Gear they WANT access to should be stored in ONE smaller labeled bag
**Reminder** WEP #6 has been rescheduled for Friday, February 17th
Yay! School on Friday! Friday January 27th will now be a school day. (previously was a day off called “the day between semesters.) Classes will be held as usual. This will be our first make up day for the snow days.
Yay! WEP will be on Friday this week! The middle school Winter Enrichment programs will be on Friday (not Thursday as previously planned). All classes and routines will happen as other Fridays. The make up day for the one we missed last week will be Friday, Feb 17
Seattle Public Schools will hold classes on Friday, Jan. 27 as a snow make-up day.
No school was scheduled for next Friday, the day between semesters, but instead it will be used as a make-up day for one of the three snow days this week, as outlined in the 2011-12 school calendar.
A determination on making up the additional snow days, most likely at the end of the school year, will be decided next week.
There will still be a three-hour early dismissal on Tuesday, Jan. 24 for a scheduled furlough day for teachers and staff represented by the Seattle Education Association (SEA). That day cannot be used as a snow make-up day.
Due to concerns about hazardous road conditions, including icy roads, all Seattle Public Schools will be closed on Thursday, January 19. The John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence will also be closed to all non-essential personnel.
All before and after school activities are canceled. And there will be no preschool or head start.