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      Veteran's Day
      We'll have no school on Monday, November 12 to recognize Veteran's Day.


      2019 Title IX Task Force
      – Invitation to apply

      The Office of Student Civil Rights is seeking applications for the 2019 Title IX Task Force. Title IX is a federal civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination in any educational program or activity. School Board Policy 3208 and Superintendent Procedure 3208SP provide the framework for district response.

      3208SP establishes a periodic review of the use and efficacy of policy and procedure. Thus, we are convening a task force to consist of district staff, volunteers, students, and parents. The specific objective of the task force are detailed in the task force charter.

      Applications are due by November 30, 2018 at 5 p.m. Invited task force appointees will be notified by December 10, 2018. Task force members should anticipate meeting one or two weekdays per month from January 2019 through January 2020. The location and meeting dates will be determined by the task force participants.

      To learn more or to apply, please visit 2019 Title IX Task Force webpage. Please share this information with your staff and PTSAs.

      If you have questions, contact Warner Santiago, District Title IX Coordinator, 252-0367 or by email, title.ix@seattleschools.org.

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    • The Source and Schoology

      What is the Source?
      The Source displays attendance, assessment scores and secondary student assignment grades. Elementary grades are not displayed on the Source at this time. SchoolPay, Data Verification, Schoology Access Codes and other family resources are also found on the Source.

      What is Schoology?
      Schoology is our Learning Management System (LMS). Teachers may use Schoology to post assignments, messages, events, and calendar items.

      Who has Source access (aka Quick Lookup for staff)?

      • Students have access to the Source via their student account
      • Parents and guardians may set up a Source account using these steps: www.seattleschools.org/sourcesetup To set up an account:
        • Parent or guardian must be in PowerSchool > Demographics > Student Contacts
          • Email Address
          • Parent/Guardian box selected
      • Staff with PowerSchool access may search for a student and select Quick Lookup in the upper left
      • Teachers with PowerTeacher access use the Backpack icon to select Quick Lookup from the drop-down menu

      Who has Schoology access?

      • Students have access to the Schoology via their student account
      • Parents and guardians may set up a Schoology account using the Schoology Access Code on their Source account and these steps: www.seattleschools.org/schoologysetup
      • Staff who are not contractors, however, if the contractor has a PowerSchool account, they may have Schoology access.

      Source Resources:

      Schoology Resources for families:

      Can I translate this information? Yes!

      If you have questions, please feel free to email sourcesupport@seattleschools.org

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    • 2018-19 School Supply Lists

       

       

       

       

       

      Kindergarten

      Each child is asked to bring the following items. Please do not label supplies as they will be used communally.

      • Jumbo snack items (pretzels, goldfish, crackers, etc)
      • 24 count box of Crayola crayons
      • 20 standard size glue sticks (Elmer’s purple sticks are preferred)
      • 1 pack jumbo glue sticks
      • 3 spiral notebooks-single subject/wide ruled with plain cover
      • 1 boxes of sharpened pencils (we prefer the basic yellow type to avoid conflicts)
      • 2 folders, plain color
      • 1 box of tissues
      • 1 box of sandwich-size Ziploc bags
      • 1 box of gallon-size Ziploc bags
      • Expo white-board dry erase markers
      • 2 containers of Clorox Wipes
      • 1 hand sanitizer
      • 1 Crayola watercolor set
      • 2 reams of white 8 ½”by 11” copy paper
      • 1 pack of card stock, either white or mixed color
      • Pink Pearl eraser

      Personal Items

      • 1 backpack large enough for a standard sized folder
      • 1 change of clothes, including pants, top, underwear and socks. Please make sure each item is labeled with your child’s name as items tend to get mixed up during the year. Clothes are used for accidents, or if a child gets wet/muddy at recess.
      • Students are welcome to keep a water bottle at their seat, but it MUST be spill-proof.

      1st Grade

      For Class:

      • Colored pencils
      • Colored Markers
      • Boxes of Kleenex
      • Baby wipes
      • Box of Freezer Ziploc bags (gallon size)
      • Dry Erase Markers

      Personal Items:

      • Backpack/Bag
      • Water bottle (spill proof)
      • 3 Composition books
      • 4 Spiral Notebooks (single subject)
      • 3 two-pocket Folders
      • Pack of Ticonderoga Pencils (Laddie and regular)
      • 1 package pink pearl Erasers
      • 1 package Glue Sticks
      • 24 count Crayons

      3rd Grade

      • 1 pack pencils
      • crayons
      • colored pencils
      • markers
      • whiteboard markers
      • white board eraser
      • 5 spiral notebooks
      • pencil cap erasers
      • 1 pair scissors
      • gluesticks
      • 5 three-prong folders
      • 1 ruler
      • 1 set watercolors
      • set of 1-inch math tiles
      • 1 pack lined notebook paper
      • 1 reusable grocery bag
      • 1 plastic book box or magazine holder
      • 1 pair headphones
      • hand sanitizer
      • box of tissues
      • clorox wipes
      • 2 boxes snack (no nuts) ex: crackers, fruit snacks, granola bars

      Thanks!
      Catherine Comings and Alexi West


      4th and 5th Grade

      Brittney Kahn
      German Moreno
      Laura Schulz
      Annie Busch

      Note: All supplies will be shared in the classroom as a community. Please do not write your child's name on any materials, or keep his or her supplies in a pencil pouch.

      Community Supplies:

      • 2 packs of printer paper
      • 2-4 boxes of number 2 pencils
      • 2 composition notebooks
      • 5 different plain colored one-subject notebooks
      • 5 different plain colored pocket folders
      • 1 pack of lined loose-leafed paper
      • 1 pair of adult size scissors
      • 1 pack of washable markers
      • 1 pack of colored pencils
      • 1 eraser
      • 3 packs of lined notecards varying colors ok
      • 6 glue sticks
      • 1 pack of dry-erase expo markers
      • 3 containers of Clorox wipes
      • 2 bottle of hand sanitizer
      • 2 boxes of tissue
      • 2 highlighters
      • 2 packs multi colored Post-its
      • 2 permanent markers
      • 1 roll of scotch tape
      • 1 box of snack for community snack
      • 1 box quart sized ziplock bags

      Optional Hopes and Dreams Donations:

      • clipboards
      • dry erasers for white boards
      • yard stick/ meter stick
      • masking tape
      • clear packing tape
      • heavy duty white board magnets
      • cardstock (varying colors)
      • large chart paper (sticky back post-it)
      • pack of rubber bands
      • 1 inch square multi-colored math tiles
      • gallon ziplock bags

      The following items are not permitted in the classroom:

      • Fidget spinners
      • Mechanical pencils
      • Gel pens, sparkle pens etc.
      • Pencil pouches
      • Special erasers (fruit, sparkly, smelly)
      • Hand-held pencil sharpeners.

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