Thank you to our teachers for inspiring, supporting, and educating our students!
This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week and Tuesday, May 8 is National Teacher Day! Read More
Mark your calendar! An Athletics & Activities Community Forum is scheduled for Thursday, May 17, 6:00-7:30pm at Interlake High School. All are welcome to attend as these forums are not school specific.
More than 40 students, staff, families, and community members joined the board for their second community forum on the evening of Jan. 16. Among the issues discussed were concerns over ensuring that school environments are safe, welcoming, and supportive of all students; a desire for staff that reflect the diversity of our student body; the need for clarity around several district processes; and the benefit of finding more ways to engage students in the decision-making process.
Thank you to all the families, staff, students, and community members who joined us on Oct. 17 for our first Community Forum of the 2017-2018 school year. We appreciate all the ideas, feedback, questions and dedication from across our community.
Student artwork will be on display at Crossroads Mall during the month of May. The show features hundreds of students’ work from levels K-12. Ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital media and other mediums will be on display.
Fourth graders in Maya Aguilera Stevens’ class at Cherry Crest have been celebrating diversity and equity. While learning about their own identity and about classmates’ identity they engage in respectful conversations through varied, creative projects.
Thank you, for those that participated in this year’s Middle School Athletics Interest Survey. Your feedback is appreciated and helps ensure the district is meeting the needs of the students in our athletic programming. Read More
The Athletic and Activities Department would like to invite all interested community members to open forums during the 2016-17 school year. The forums are intended to be educational opportunities for parents and athletes that will be specific to middle and high school athletics and activities.
The Parent Alliance of Black Scholars, also known as PABS, hosted the Inspire 2016: Rites of Passage event on May 20, honoring students graduating to middle school, high school, and college.
This year the Watchdog program was launched for the first time at Newport Heights. Although Watchdogs is a national program, Principal Brian Teppner chose to revise the focus to make it more about academics and student learning.