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TODAY, 10-5PM, Flu Shots at Chief Sealth HS

Greetings Lafayette Families!
This is Julie, the School Nurse.  I wanted to let you know about this convenient way to get flu shots for your families.  Flu shots will be offered in West Seattle at Madison Middle School on Wed 9/23 and Fri 10/2 from 10:00 – 5:00.  Please see the details below and let me know if I can help with registration.  My family will be getting our shots at Madison!
Time for Flu shots/Protect Your Community
All SPS staff and their families, and all SPS students and their families can get a flu shot through any one of 32 “Drive-through” Flu Shot Clinics starting Sept 21-Oct 2 at 16 different school locations. The “drive-through” flu clinics are sponsored by Seattle Visiting Nurse Association and SPS.
Families can stay in their car but could also walk or bike up to the site. Children ages four and older can get the flu shot through the drive-through.
SVNA accepts most private insurance, Apple Health, Medicare and credit cards. Families who do not have health insurance are also invited to sign up for a flu shot thanks to a grant from the City of Seattle.  Parents can enroll all family members for the same time slot. Choose a convenient date and place and sign up online
In addition, All SPS students regardless of insurance can get a flu shot through any of the 30 school-based health centers King County School Health.
For more information or assistance email Julie Masonsmith, School Nurse or call at (206) 252-9507. 

SPS 2020-21 Grading and Progress Report Guidance

SPS is focused on anti-racist, equity-aligned grading practices that support greater accuracy, anti-bias, and student motivation and growth mindset in classroom grading.  On August 12, 2020, the SPS School Board voted to temporarily suspend portions of the district’s high school grading policy (Policy 2420PDF icon) so that students taking high school or middle school courses will earn “A-C-” or “Incomplete” final grades as measures of their learning progress.  Learn more here.

SPS Priority Standards

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Seattle Public Schools has started the school year in a remote learning model. In a typical year when students are learning in a physical classroom and school building, student learning is aligned to the Washington State Learning Standards. This year, educators across the district, state, and country need to prioritize some of these learning standards to address disruption to instruction in Spring 2020 and the constraints of the remote learning schedule in 2020-21.  Read more here.

TODAY, 6PM, Virtual Curriculum Night

Join Administrators, Teachers & Staff for Curriculum Night.  There will be two sessions, one starting at 6:00pm and the other at 6:30pm.  Grade Levels will be presenting information regarding the curriculum.  There will be an allotted time to ask questions regarding curriculum.  Please note that this is not a time to discuss individual student needs with the teachers, those can be addressed during the daily Family Engagement time.  Each Grade Level will send out their own MS Teams link for this event.  If you haven’t heard from your teacher with a link to the meeting, please contact them directly ASAP.

TODAY, 10-5PM, Flu Shots at Madison MS

Greetings Lafayette Families!
This is Julie, the School Nurse.  I wanted to let you know about this convenient way to get flu shots for your families.  Flu shots will be offered in West Seattle at Madison Middle School on Wed 9/23 and Fri 10/2 from 10:00 – 5:00 and at Chief Sealth High School on Tuesday 9/29 from 10:00 – 5:00.  Please see the details below and let me know if I can help with registration.  My family will be getting our shots at Madison!
Time for Flu shots/Protect Your Community
All SPS staff and their families, and all SPS students and their families can get a flu shot through any one of 32 “Drive-through” Flu Shot Clinics starting Sept 21-Oct 2 at 16 different school locations. The “drive-through” flu clinics are sponsored by Seattle Visiting Nurse Association and SPS.
Families can stay in their car but could also walk or bike up to the site. Children ages four and older can get the flu shot through the drive-through.
SVNA accepts most private insurance, Apple Health, Medicare and credit cards. Families who do not have health insurance are also invited to sign up for a flu shot thanks to a grant from the City of Seattle.  Parents can enroll all family members for the same time slot. Choose a convenient date and place and sign up online
In addition, All SPS students regardless of insurance can get a flu shot through any of the 30 school-based health centers King County School Health.
For more information or assistance email Julie Masonsmith, School Nurse or call at (206) 252-9507. 
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