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09/27/19, Audubon FUN Training (Grade 3 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY)

Seattle Audubon’s Finding Urban Nature (FUN) program is an environmental education and science enrichment program for 3rd graders. We are excited to offer this program at your child’s school during the 2018-2019 school year. The FUN program depends on parent and community volunteers like you who have the desire, time, and commitment to work with your own child and their classmates.

Seattle Audubon’s Finding Urban Nature (FUN) program is an environmental education and science enrichment program for 3rd graders. We are excited to offer this program at your child’s school during the 2018-2019 school year. The FUN program depends on parent and community volunteers like you who have the desire, time, and commitment to work with your own child and their classmates.

The fall dates that FUN happens in your child’s classroom are:

October 18, 25, November 1, and 8

The time commitment is from:

9:40 -11:00am

(Prep-8:10-8:30am, Session with kids 8:30-9:30am)

 Fall in-person FUN training sessions will occur on (choose one):

  • Wednesday, September 25th, from 12:00-1:00pm at Genessee Hill Elementary (5013 SW Dakota St)
  • Friday September 27th, from 10:00-11:00am at Seattle Audubon (8050 35th Ave NE)
  • Saturday September 28th,from 9:00am-12:00pm at Seattle Audubon (8050 35th Ave NE)
  • via e-training, on your computer, at your convenience – we will email the e-trainings to you

The training walks you through all four of the lessons for the fall season and ensures you have all the information and materials you need for a successful program.  **New volunteers must attend or watch a training **

Informational Flyer

09/25/19, Audubon FUN Training (GRADE 3 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY)

Seattle Audubon’s Finding Urban Nature (FUN) program is an environmental education and science enrichment program for 3rd graders. We are excited to offer this program at your child’s school during the 2018-2019 school year. The FUN program depends on parent and community volunteers like you who have the desire, time, and commitment to work with your own child and their classmates.

Seattle Audubon’s Finding Urban Nature (FUN) program is an environmental education and science enrichment program for 3rd graders. We are excited to offer this program at your child’s school during the 2018-2019 school year. The FUN program depends on parent and community volunteers like you who have the desire, time, and commitment to work with your own child and their classmates.

The fall dates that FUN happens in your child’s classroom are:

October 18, 25, November 1, and 8

The time commitment is from:

9:40 -11:00am

(Prep-8:10-8:30am, Session with kids 8:30-9:30am)

 Fall in-person FUN training sessions will occur on (choose one):

  • Wednesday, September 25th, from 12:00-1:00pm at Genessee Hill Elementary (5013 SW Dakota St)
  • Friday September 27th, from 10:00-11:00am at Seattle Audubon (8050 35th Ave NE)
  • Saturday September 28th,from 9:00am-12:00pm at Seattle Audubon (8050 35th Ave NE)
  • via e-training, on your computer, at your convenience – we will email the e-trainings to you

The training walks you through all four of the lessons for the fall season and ensures you have all the information and materials you need for a successful program.  **New volunteers must attend or watch a training **

Informational Flyer

09/23/19, SPS Advanced Learning K-8 Parent Referrals Due

All applications are due Sept. 23, 2019 to determine eligibility for school year 2020-21.

This year’s window for parent referrals for K-8 students currently enrolled at Seattle Public Schools is May 15 through Sept. 23, 2019 to determine eligibility for school year 2020-21. Non-SPS and private school referrals will accepted starting Aug. 1  through Sept. 23, 2019.

Applications for students in grades 9-12 will be available in January.

How to Submit a Parent Referral

Referring a student online is easy and can even be done on your smart phone! Simply access your parent or guardian account on The Source.

Once you login to your parent or guardian Source account, click on the “Advanced Learning Parent Referral” button to start the referral process.

Read more about how to submit a referral on the Advanced Learning referral webpage. If you need technical tips for The Source, we have some on our Source Technical Tips webpage

Need help? Contact the advanced learning team.

Read more about Advanced Learning Services and Programs.

09/23/19, Fall Enrichment Session Begins

September 23 – December 6:  Fall Enrichment Session

We need parent volunteers in the Enrichment classrooms.  If you have a spare hour or so, why not volunteer in a class?  Your child can receive a full scholarship to an available class and you could learn a new skill.

If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please let us know, lafayette.enrichment@gmail.com

THANK YOU again to our Enrichment Committee for working so hard to get the Homeroom platform up and running and for bringing a great selection of classes to Lafayette!

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