Big Fall Festival of Groundskeeping!

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 …

Continue reading

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:

Continue reading

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 …

Continue reading

Photo Retakes November 8

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 …

Continue reading

Supporting Community Equity: Feedback

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.

Continue reading

Public Safety Survey

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 …

Continue reading

Goal smashed by generous Dragon Families!

Thank you! Your generosity means students, teachers & staff will have the support and tools they need to succeed at Cascadia Elementary this year. 

The final tally is still being determined, but one thing is clear: Dragons support each other. Thank you to every person and family who participated in this year’s fund drive. …

Continue reading

Fall Festival – come celebrate (and sign up to volunteer!)

Red apples on a backyard tree against a blue sky

We hope you will join us for the Cascadia Fall Festival on Thursday, October 24, from 5:30 – 8:00 pm!

We are excited to build community together through our annual Fall Festival. Fun games and crafts for the whole family include the beloved dance party!

Dante’s Inferno Dogs stand will be joining us this year …

Continue reading

Provide Input to the Advanced Learning Taskforce

Five Ticonderoga Pencils

The Advanced Learning Taskforce (ALTF) has requested input from families in HCC programs via a short, online survey. Please complete the survey as soon as possible. No deadline has been provided; sooner is better, as the ALTF is slated to conclude their work shortly.

Click here to complete the survey online: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScc0FohmNBrirZm4EJF9co-cUHNIbihBYNYPkSYW-47DS9mgw/viewform

It’s Red Envelope Day!

Lego characters from The Lego Movie with text overlay promoting the Annual Fund

It’s day one of our Cascadia Annual Fund! We run this campaign exactly once per year, and it’s our only fundraising event. Please check with your Dragon(s) for red envelopes, which were distributed at school today, for information on making a donation to the PTA Annual Fund. (Note: If a student missed school today, they’ll …

Continue reading