Cascade View Elementary

Thunderbird Announcements

  • Student cooking contest returns

    The district's annual Future Chefs Challenge/Kids Can Cook Cooking Contest, sponsored by the Food Services Dept., is back! District 4th - 6th grade students are invited to submit recipes for their favorite after-school snacks. The recipes, which must be submitted by Friday, March 1, do not have to be original. They can be family recipes or from cookbooks, the internet, etc. To download a recipe form or learn more about the contest, please click here.

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  • 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program Information

    Interested Snohomish School District students who will be in the 4th through 6th grade next year are encouraged to apply and learn more about the district’s 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program. If interested, the below dates and information are important. Students currently enrolled in the 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program do not need to complete the referral process.

     

    • Friday, December 7 - Referral packets for the 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program will be available at all elementary schools, online and at the Snohomish School District Resource and Service Center (1601 Avenue D in Snohomish). Referral packets can be downloaded from the district website at sno.wednet.edu/highlycapablehonors.
    • Thursday, January 10 – An information night will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Snohomish School District Resource and Service Center (1601 Avenue D in Snohomish) for parents/guardians of students who are interested in the 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program.
    • Friday, January 25 - Completed referral packet deadline. Completed packets can be turned in at student home schools or the Snohomish School District Resource and Service Center (1601 Avenue D in Snohomish). 

     

    Questions can be directed to Linda Varner at (360) 563-7296 or linda.varner@sno.wednet.edu and Julie Francois at (360) 563-7258 or julie.francois@sno.wednet.edu.

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  • Building Student Resiliency

    Here's a great article on how parents can help support their child's budding resiliency--an essential skill needed in order to navigate their world with confidence and meaning. Sometimes, out of deep empathy and the desire to prevent our children from suffering or experiencing hardship, adults (parents and teachers alike) will want to "step in" and solve a child's problems themselves without more properly mentoring or coaching the child to navigate those waters themselves. This isn't meant to say we let the child "sink or swim" all on their own. Rather, this different approach provides the child with opportunities to experience key learning, through difficulty, that will benefit them greatly in their futures. We hope you enjoy the article. How to support your child at school without being a helicopter parent.

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  • Thunderbird News

    We have uploaded a new November 2018 newsletter. Please click here to view and download our Thunderbird newsletters and learn more.

     

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  • Our why!

    In our school community, we are passionate about meeting all learners where they are in service of each realizing their innate and extraordinary human potential. This is our great work! Care to join us?

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  • SEL Lives at Cascade View

    As part of our mission of "teaching to the heart as well as the mind," our students are learning important Social and Emotional Learning concepts. If you haven't already, ask your child about the Zones of Regulation, their Brain in the Palm of Their Hand (and what "flipping their lids" means), and some mindfulness tools and strategies they are learning to improve their ability to regulate their emotions.

     

    Towards Becoming a Compassionate School

    Cascade View is joining three other schools in the Snohomish School District as part of a county-wide grant facilitating the implementation of trauma-informed school practices to better support our students at school. This two year collaboration with county coordinators and instructors will center on a data-informed approach to enhance our systemic and classroom instructional and intervention practices sensitive to all students but also to our students who come to us with multiple adverse childhood experiences (or trauma). More information will be sent to our school community in the months to come. We are excited about this new endeavor and are looking forward to evolving what we do to better meet our WHY!

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