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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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Dragon Directory 2020-21 Launch – Please Sign Up

Summary: Please go fill out the Email and Directory Sign-Up Form. We are working on getting the directory out fast and early this year.

Every fall the Cascadia PTA asks our parent community to fill out an Email and Directory Sign-Up Form. From this form, we build:

1. The email lists used for …

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Summary of the Aug 7 Principal’s Coffee Chat, New FAQ Page

Five Ticonderoga Pencils

On August 7, Principal Mackey and Assistant Principal Clagg hosted a Coffee Chat to answer some questions they’ve been hearing from parents, and to update everyone on plans for the fall.  The PTA took notes and here they are:

In addition, there is a new Fall 2020 FAQ page where the PTA will …

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Cascadia Face Masks!

We are excited to announce that we have partnered with our Spiritwear vendor to design custom face masks for our Cascadia Dragons!! When the pandemic hit, Staci Woo quickly pivoted her business to make masks for frontline workers. They have donated masks for thousands of essential workers and she has been a consistent voice in …

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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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Be Part of a Community Art Installation!

Colored pencils arranged with their tips forming a circle


Art Interruptions 2020 Overview:

The City of Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), has commissioned six artists to develop small-scale temporary artworks for the 2020 Art Interruptions in the Northwest Seattle Neighborhood Greenway. Working with SDOT and …

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2020-2021 PTA Board Approved

Board Position Candidate President Amanda Van Kirk Vice-President Jolie Nivison Treasurer Eric Feeny Financial officer admin Blair Perilman Financial officer fundraising Josh Posthuma Secretary #1 Kristin Mull Secretary #2 Samantha Barth Communications #1 Jami Kimble Communications #2 Theresa Glastein Fundraising #1 Abigail Watts Fundraising #2 Kara Schultz Membership Rebecca Good Volunteer Director Anita Shteynberg Programs …

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Cascadia’s Got Talent

Cascadia’s Got Talent: #DigitalDragons

This year, the show may look a bit different, but Cascadia is still as talented as ever! Follow this link to the Cascadia’s Got Talent website and enjoy the superb student performances by scrolling down to the grade level videos (remember to check that you’re logged into your …

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Seedlings Safe!

3rd-grade gardeners will be relieved to hear that Ms. Nicole, garden educator extraordinaire, swung by school last week before it closed and rescued all the seedings in the 3rd grade pod! Most of them are now safely at her house, where she will care for them while we’re away from school. Whew!

Looking for …

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