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02/04/21, 3PM, Kids Yoga with Meg

Show some love this February with Kids Yoga!  Fun poses are designed to move our bodies after sitting for online school! We’ll end the session with some mindful breath work and relaxing yoga poses. No mat needed. Just a space to move and imagine! Bring a favorite stuffed animal to join the fun – a grown-up can join too! This session is designed for all ages and ability. Meg Erb is a certified kids and family yoga instructor.  Request the link or automatically add it to your calendar.

02/02/21, 7PM, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Meetup

Our mission is to foster an environment that enables families to feel empowered, valued, respected and safe. We wish to cultivate a diverse and inclusive community through action and the sharing of information.   We meet monthly to discuss issues, make plans, and move forward with our goals. This year, we are focusing on implementing supports for our students and families of color. Please join us! All are always welcome and your voices are important to this work!  Request the link or automatically add it to your calendar.

Event Coordinators/DEI Co-Chairs, Jennifer Barringer and Jennifer Samek-Burns

January 22, 2021, Call to Action – Focus on Safety

Students and families deserve to be safe and healthy in their school, homes, and communities, with a livable future for our children.

But unfortunately, in Washington state:

  • During the 2018-19 school year, our state Superintendent of Public Instruction tallied over 100 firearm incidents in our schools or school transportation systems.
  • Seventy percent of school buildings are in high seismic areas. In these areas, schools built before 1975 have a moderate to very high life safety risk.
  • School districts are neither funded nor required to keep safety plans and materials up-to-date.
  • A warming climate and greenhouse gases increase dangerous air quality. Children and their developing lungs are particularly vulnerable to allergies and asthma, heat stroke and heat exhaustion, and disease transmitted by insects as the climate changes.

Please write your legislators and encourage your friends and community members to take a few minutes for the safety of our kids.

Take Action Here.

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