An owl is heading toward your home to deliver an important letter! Participate in the Annual Fund by completing and returning the enclosed response card in the stamped addressed envelope by Thursday, October 30. The Cascadia PTA goal is 100% participation – all red envelopes returned, regardless of what is inside. Our suggested donation …
Join us for a Cascadia parent/child book club for grades 1-3. We will be reading and discussing Three Keys by Kelly Yang. Although this book is the second book written by Yang with the same characters, it is not necessary to read the first novel, Front Desk. However, if you would like to read both, you …
Here is a letter from Nurse Kari:
Also there will be flu shot clinics at Cascadia on 9/25 and 9/30. This page has links to consent forms and vaccine information:
Cascadia PTA invites you to a series of exciting events to welcome you back to school! Zoom links will be distributed via the Dragon Digest.
PTA Parent Welcome Coffee – Friday, September 4 at 9:00 AM and again at noon. (via Zoom)
Virtual Scavenger Hunt – Runs for two weeks, September 4 – 18. Find, …
The library is re-opening for curbside checkout! Students will now be able to check out books from our school library and pick them up in front of the school at designated times. The first pick-up time is August 31 between 4:00 to 6:00 PM.
There are instructions on this page for how to search …
Summary: Please go fill out the Email and Directory Sign-Up Form. We are working on getting the directory out fast and early this year.
Every fall the Cascadia PTA asks our parent community to fill out an Email and Directory Sign-Up Form. From this form, we build:
1. The email lists used for …
On August 7, Principal Mackey and Assistant Principal Clagg hosted a Coffee Chat to answer some questions they’ve been hearing from parents, and to update everyone on plans for the fall. The PTA took notes and here they are:
In addition, there is a new Fall 2020 FAQ page where the PTA will …
BE PART OF A COMMUNITY ART INSTALLATION!
Art Interruptions 2020 Overview:
The City of Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), has commissioned six artists to develop small-scale temporary artworks for the 2020 Art Interruptions in the Northwest Seattle Neighborhood Greenway. Working with SDOT and …
Remember to vote by August 6, 2019 for the Seattle School Board primary!
This year, 4 of the 7 seats on the Seattle School Board are up for election. With 12 primary candidates holding a wide variety of perspectives, your August 6 vote is incredibly important. If you will be out of town, …