Come Weed With Me, The Best Is Yet To Be
Who: Cascadia friends, family, neighbors. Kids welcome! (I bet they’d love to help and/or play on the playground — no supervision provided) What: pull weeds and spread mulch When: Saturday, November 16, 9am to 2pm Where: The school grounds (specifically: the beds in the parking …
Congratulations to the student artists that took part in the Reflections Art program this year. Their work was truly amazing!
All participants will be recognized at an upcoming community meeting with a certificate and ribbon.
Twelve finalists were selected to advance to the city level of this competition run by the National PTA:
Calling all 4th and 5th graders! The Seattle Public Library Global Reading Challenge is once again under way.
This is the annual “battle of the books” challenge where teams of seven students—both 4th and 5th graders—will read 10 books representing a wide variety of reading levels and genres.
Working with their team, students …
If you received a photo package and would like to do retakes, please return your photo package on Retake Day and Yuen Lui will print a new package free of charge with your retake photo. If you did not receive your package but still would like to do retakes please have your picture taken anyway …
This academic year the Racial Equity Team is leading staff in learning more about and supporting the community and cultural backgrounds of all its students. We recognize that many families celebrate holidays or participate in cultural celebrations that may not have been acknowledged or known about by staff or other students in previous years.
Seattle University is administering the 5th annual citywide Seattle Public Safety Survey. The purpose of the survey is to solicit feedback on public safety and security concerns from those who live and/or work in Seattle. A report on the survey results will be provided to the Seattle Police Department to assist them with making your neighborhood …
The Cascadia PTA sponsors garden programming for third grade students. Currently, the summer crop of vegetables are coming in, including scarlet runner beans, pumpkins, and a bumper zucchini crop. One rising fourth grader proposed some summer Zucchini Math practice. Come taste some zucchini bread and see the garden space during our back to school …