Running Club starts Tuesday, Sept 18th! Running Club is held every Tuesday and Thursday at lunch recess. All students are already enrolled! They just show up at our check in area at recess out on the playground, they can walk or run and earn rewards! We track their mileage all year. Parents, Guardians, Grandparents, Teachers & Staff are encouraged to walk or run with our students anytime! Free workout! Check in at the front office and come join us! Volunteer Opportunity to come coach with us.
Our School Lunch is quite tasty!
Check out SPS information on free/reduced lunch program HERE.
Put money on your student lunch account.
Students will get a 4 digit number from their teacher or the lunch staff as their lunch ID # which they will enter into the keypad when they make purchases. Kindergarteners have their code on an index card at their lunch table.
Check out the lunch MENU.
Read more about SPS school lunch program
Check out the Family Resources page for more reading on all things Seattle Public Schools.
The PTA was proud to support the school on Red Nose Day, see some pictures below….and Ms. Ferguson’s class was featured on King 5 news!
Red Nose Day is a fundraising campaign run by the non-profit organization Comic Relief Inc., a registered U.S. 501(c)(3) public charity. Red Nose Day brings people together to have fun, raise money and change the lives of kids who need our help the most.
Red Nose Day launched in the US in 2015, dedicated to ending child poverty, both in the US and in some of the poorest communities in the world. The money raised by Red Nose Day in the US has benefited programs for children and young people in all 50 states and in 34 countries internationally.
Globally, Red Nose Day has raised over $1 billion since its launch in the UK in 1988.
The money raised by Red Nose Day benefits children in some of the neediest communities in the US and some of the poorest communities in the world. Partner charities include Boys & Girls Clubs of America; charity: water; Children’s Health Fund; Covenant House; Feeding America; Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; UnidosUS; Save the Children and The Global Fund.
All of Red Nose Day’s grant money supports projects to keep children and young people safe, healthy, educated and empowered. You can find out more about the amazing programs we fund through Red Nose Day at www.rednoseday.org/impact
There is a little glitch with the Bike Everywhere Challenge BUT you can still bike to school (and everywhere else) and keep track of it with the tracking calendar and turn it in to Ms. Banner on June 1. She also has punch cards in the front lobby.
Print it out or hard copies are available in the school lobby. Download form here.Bike to School Challenge Calendar_2018
At this month’s meeting we will have a guest speaker from BeSmart, a program about kids, guns and safety. Please join us for this important conversation. Be SMART for Kids and follow these simple steps to prevent shootings by children by introducing these five easy steps to parenting and everyday life.