Kiley Riffell

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Park Play Date

We would love to welcome Hamilton zoned families for a park play date this Friday at 3pm at Ross Park. All grades are welcome!

(While everyone is always welcome, this is aimed at families in the West Woodland, Greenlake, and BF Day zones)

Please wear Cascadia colors and a mask. Friday, 3pm Ross …

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Instrumental Music

Calling all 4th and 5th Graders! Sign up for instrumental music! We are excited to support Cascadia’s Elementary Instrumental Music Program. This is an opt-in program that allows your student to learn to play one of eight musical instruments. Sign up at: (Viola players please sign up …

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Dragon Spiritwear

New Spiritwear Designs On Sale:

Show your Dragon spirit with some great new spiritwear designs! Check out all the new designs here: Cascadia Fall 2020 

Spiritwear sales start now and will run through Sunday, September 20th. The items will ship about 4 weeks after the close of the sale.

We are excited …

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After School Activities

After School Activities: 

From outdoor adventures to circus school, there are still some in person after school activities available in the Seattle area. Please double check to confirm COVID safety practices. Here are just a few ideas for camps to check out. Click on the links below for more details:

Circus Club

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BIPOC, Bilingual, and Special Education Community Forums

BIPOC, Bilingual, and Special Education Community Forums:

A series of community forums are being held to help current SPS families who have students with IEPs. The sessions are organized by affinity groups, assuring a safe environment for families to share, and prioritizing the voices of families furthest from educational justice. All sessions will …

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Internet Access and School Materials


Seattle Housing Authority Back-to-School Events:

The Seattle Housing Authority is sponsoring several “Back-to-School” events focused on internet access sign ups and issuing of other school materials. More information about receiving computers and other devices will be announced by the district soon.

Rainier Vista Neighborhood House – August 22nd 1-3pm

New Holly – August …

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Twice Exceptional Students Seminar

The Western Kentucky University Center for Gifted Studies is hosting the Twice Exceptional Students Seminar on September 23rd and 24th.

Day 1: Twice-Exceptional Students: An Introduction – Who Are They? What Do They need?

Day 2: Addressing the Social-Emotional Needs of Twice-Exceptional Students.

You can find out more about the seminar and register

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Teacher of the Week

Congratulations to Mr. Bass for being honored as teacher of the week by The Week Junior magazine!

If you don’t have a subscription, you can read the digital version of the magazine here: The Week Junior, Digital Version

Seattle Special Education Free Webinars

Back to School Backpack Series 


Seattle Special Education PTSA is hosting a free series of webinars which begin August 17th. The Back to School Backpack Series events are free and open to anyone.

The SSEPTSA has teamed with presenters from the UW Haring Center, The ARC of King County, Microsoft Accessibility, Seattle Parks’ Specialized …

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Free Kid’s Play About Racism

A Play About Racism:

The world-premiere of A Kid’s Play About Racism is being promoted as a groundbreaking online performance recommended for ages pre-K and up. It aims to explain what racism is, how to know it when you see it, and how you can help prevent it.

This new work is directed by award-winning …

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