The following is an open letter to the Washington State Legislature from our PTA on the Special Education Funding Gap. It should show up as an embedded PDF below or follow this link.
School districts are required by federal law to provide Special Education supports for all students that need them. However, Washington State caps the amount it will pay for these services, and so Washington school districts are being shorted about $400,000,000 per year for these costs. This shortfall has a big impact on the budget of …
Cascadia PTA would like to welcome all families interested in learning about Cascadia to join us for informal “coffee chats” on Zoom. Current parents will be available to talk about our experiences at the school and answer all your questions as you consider joining us.
Note that these are in addition to the in-person tours …
Come join your classmates for a cozy good time on Friday, January 27th for the first Cascadia Family Movie Night of 2023 for “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile!” are of course welcome! Bring blankets and pillows to cozy up on the gym floor for the movie. Low-backed chairs are welcome *in the back* near the bleachers so as …
SAVE THE DATES for Friday Night Movie Night. Additional information including showtimes and movie details to follow.
January 27 March 3 March 31 April 28
Thank you to Anthony Detrano, our Movie Night Chair, for organizing these movie nights!
Movie nights happen in the Cascadia gym, and siblings and families are welcome. These are not …
By now, your student should have brought home a red envelope and pledge form. If not, please ask them about it or check the bottom of backpacks!
This is Cascadia PTA’s one and only fundraiser – with all funds raised being used for the current school year. Our ask this year is $400 per student. …
Calling all dragons!
Reflections is a National PTA arts recognition program that helps students explore their own thoughts, feelings and ideas, develop artistic literacy, increase confidence, and find a love for learning that will help them become more successful not only in school, but in life.
Students create original works of art in response to …