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News and Events

Family Science Night at Camp Long
Camp Long is one of West Seattle's best kept secrets! Join us on Thursday, April 24th, from 6:30-8:00 pm to discover this amazing 68 acre forested park, a block off of 35th Ave SW! In fact, the #21 bus drops you off right there!

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 meezenwaka@seattleschools.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!





Learn How to Advocate for Your Student

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 –masiegenthaler@seattleschools.org

OR

Sharon Rodgers, (206) 317-4462 – ufen.seattle@gmail.com


Own Your Very Own I Heart Roxhill Mug!
"I heart Roxhill" coffee mugs will be available on November 5th for $10.00. You can pre-order (look for the form coming home with your scholars), or come pick up two or three before and after school. Thank you for your support!





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