Category: About Cascadia

Winter Afterschool Clubs Announced

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Dear Cascadia Families:

We are excited to announce the listings for winter clubs at Cascadia are now available to view. Please read the information below as it will help with the registration process. The clubs schedule, descriptions and detailed calendar are available on the Cascadia PTA website at: https://cascadiapta.org/after-school-clubs/

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Toy Shop and Help Cascadia

Snapdoodle Toys & Games (formerly Top Ten Toys) has generously offered to donate 10% of their gross sales from Monday, December 9th to Cascadia PTA.  Shop for the holidays or upcoming birthdays and help Cascadia at the same time.

 

Snapdoodle is located at 120 N 80th in Greenwood.  They are open from 9:30am-8:00pm. …

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Weekend Food Program Coming to Cascadia

Cascadia Elementary, Cascadia Head Start, and the Cascadia PTA are proud to partner with the Ballard Food Bank to offer a Weekend Food for Kids program. The nutrition provided by this confidential weekend backpack program helps children from families who need assistance with food, and has no income eligibility requirements to participate. Dietary restrictions can …

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Bookfair Open During Conferences

Book Fair Open in the Library During Conferences

Once again, the Scholastic Book Fair will be held in the library during conferences. All sales will benefit the school library. Cascadia earns 20% of all profits so we can buy more books!! Feel free to drop off your kids here in the library while you …

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iLab Wish List-Nov

iLab Donations Thank you for your recent generosity!  Please donate items specific to our most recent wish list. If you have something to donate that isn’t on the list, please contact kristen@laughingcrowcurriculum.com to see if we can accept it.

November iLab Donation Wish List

  • Cotton balls (clean/new)
  • Pillow ticking/batting (clean/new)
  • Shoe boxes and lids
  • Tape, …

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Results: Reflections Art Contest

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:

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Global Reading Challenge

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 …

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The Board of Directors for Seattle Public Schools continues to explore how to support highly capable learners. In the near term, input pertaining to whether and how to continue the cohort model that created Cascadia Elementary is being evaluated.

In order to best coordinate a strong, well-informed strategy to provide input on behalf of our Cascadia …

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Got Art? Want to Share Supplies or Volunteer? [News from the Art Room]

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Cascadia’s visual art teacher, Ronnie (Veronica) Bush, was so excited for the new school year that she lost her voice before the first week was out! She rebounded quickly and would like to share this note with Cascadia families, as well as her most-needed donation items in the list below.

Plus, Ronnie is looking for …

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Calling all Artists! Reflections Art Program 2019-20 Seeks Submissions

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Calling all artists! The 2019-20 National PTA Reflections Program is underway! Students are encouraged to submit original works of literature, visual art (2D or 3D), or photography on the theme Look Within. Finalists will have their work displayed at Seattle Center for the citywide competition.

Rules and entry forms are available in the main office …

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