A child's daily, on-time attendance is important to his/her success in school. Did you know that as early as elementary school, students who miss just two days per month (which amounts to 18 or more days in a school year) are more likely to fall behind and less likely to graduate high school?
Join us as we honor October as Disability History Month and raise awareness about disability issues. Together, as a school community, we encourage others to respect individuals with disabilities, focus on their strengths and to promote understanding rather than stereotypes.
Schools to participate in Great Washington ShakeOut
Get ready to Drop! Cover! and Hold! On Thursday, October 19, at 10:19 a.m., many of our schools will participate in the Great Washington ShakeOut. The Great Washington ShakeOut is a statewide opportunity to practice how to be safer during big earthquakes! For more information, including how to protect yourself and spread the word, please click here.
Fall parent/teacher conference information
Please contact your student’s school regarding school-specific conference dates and times during the week of October 23-October 27. Students will not go to school on Thursday, October 26, and Friday, October 27. Wednesday, October 25, is a half-day early release day for elementary students ONLY. Please contact your student’s school regarding school-specific conference dates and times.