Cascadia PTA’s own i-Lab coordinator, Kristen Bergsman, share the following for our families this summer.
Category: Cascadia Programs
Librarian extraordinaire, Merrick Bodmer, regularly is sharing news from her “Smore” page – subscribe, or bookmark it and check it often!
Available this week are a number of anti-racist book recommendations, as well as ongoing info about the virtual book fair.
The Cascadia PTA is organizing two drives to take place during the school pick-up days next week: SUMMER CARE PACKAGES FOR HEADSTART STUDENTS As we prepare for summer break, we want to support the Cascadia Head Start students with materials for summer learning as well as household necessities. At next week’s Pick Up Days we will …
During the first two weeks of June, teachers and staff will be in the building packing up. Teachers will gather student items for drive-through pick-up. Students are asked to use this time to bring back all items that belong to the school. This includes:
-Musical instruments (including recorders)
-Any other items loaned to …
There’s less than two weeks left to order a 2020 yearbook. Please place your order online at https://yuenluischools.com/cascadia-elementary by Monday, May 4th. The cost is $26 and the yearbook will be delivered to the address you provide online. For scholarship requests, please contact Hee Rae Cho at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Cascadia students and families, I hope you all stay safe and healthy! As most of you are aware, the Seattle Public Library is closed and books are harder to come by, but I would like to share a few sources with you to keep our students reading over break. Also, Seattle school librarians are …
Thank you Dragon families for your generous donations this year! We have some specific needs for supplies for re-stocking the iLab. Please gather these supplies over the holiday break and bring them to school in early January.
If you would like to help purchase some new supplies for our upcoming 1st/2nd grade enrichment …
Join us for Cascadia’s first parent/child book club hosted by our librarian Merrick Bodmer and the staff Race and Equity team.
The theme for the first book will be racial equity. You can either read the adult book and participate in an adult-only discussion OR read the middle grade novel with your child and participate …
Girls on the Run inspires girls in grades 3-5 to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. Practices will be 2:30-4pm on Mondays and Thursdays (March 2 through May 18). We need AT LEAST 1 MORE coach in order to have a team! Please visit gotrpugetsound.org …
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. Their artwork will be on display in the Armory at Seattle Center December 7-19. It’s a great show …