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Bring the whole family to learn about owls through hands-on presentations, take a walk around the park to listen for and observe owls, and end the evening with a read-a-loud and s'mores around a camp fire. We hope to see you all there!
Please RSVP how many people will be coming so we can be sure to have enough s'mores supplies! You can RSVP Mrs. Ezenwaka via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or look for the flyer to come home with your student.
Check out our page with pictures and information from our last family science night, where we were joined by professional members of our community. And don't forget to check out Mrs. Ezenwaka's website, Seattle Science Child, for fun, easy science activities to do at home!
Families of Seattle Public Schools are invited to join experts from Louisiana State University and the TIERS Group (Teams Intervening Early to Reach all Students) during two Open Microphone Nights to give feedback on Special Education Services.
- Tuesday, April 22 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Rainier Beach High School, 8815 Seward Park S., Seattle Washington 98118
- Wednesday, April 23 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Nathan Hale High School, 10750 30th Ave NE, Seattle
Seattle Public School’s Special Education Department is undergoing a Comprehensive Corrective Action Plan (C-CAP) to help improve results for our students in special education. As part of this plan, the department is working with experts from Louisiana State University and the TIERS Group for consultation on activities related to C-CAP targets.
Families and community members are invited to give feedback verbally or in writing during this meeting. There will be a sign-in sheet for you to leave comments, respond to a paper survey or stay and speak publicly.
The sign in sheet will be used to determine the order in which people speak. Individuals will be allowed three minutes each to speak and any other comments can be written and left with one of the TIERS team members.
Interpreters will be provided for Somali, Spanish, Vietnamese and Cantonese. If you need an American Sign Language interpreter please contact Mary Perrigo at email@example.com for arrangements.
Seattle Public Schools and the Seattle Council PTSA are seeking families to join the Family University in West Seattle.
Family University/Urban Family Engagement Network is a series of courses designed to help families gain knowledge and skills in advocating for children and increasing student academic success.
The next cohort starts on Thursday, April 10 at Highland Park Elementary, 1012 SW Trenton St., and then continues every Tuesday, starting April 22nd through June 17th (no classes during spring break). Classes will be held in the school’s library, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. each Tuesday evening.
This is a free program, and participants can earn 2.5 college credits upon completion. We offer free childcare for children ages 4 and older and a light dinner will be provided.
If you have any questions, contact:
Margo Siegenthaler, (206) 252-0794 –firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharon Rodgers, (206) 317-4462 – email@example.com