Early Childhood Education Classrooms
1st Grade Classrooms
2nd Grade Classrooms
Mrs. Ferguson & Mrs. OgdenMrs. Henderson
3rd Grade Classrooms
4th Grade Classrooms
5th Grade Classrooms
Mrs. Mature- Overload P.E.
Mrs. Mohn- Music
Mrs. Price & Ms. Lindquist- Library
Mrs. Ploetz- P.E.
Mrs. Wirasnik- Overload Music
Ms. Anderson & Ms. Callaghan- Speech Language Pathologists
Mrs. Carter – Psychologist
Mrs. Darnell- Counselor
Ms. Evenson- Physical Therapist
Mrs. Ferguson- Webmaster
Mrs. Hendrickson - Occupational Therapist
Miss Johnson – Reading Club
Ms. Kaiser- Literacy Support
Ms. Korsgard- Discovery's Eagle Club
Mrs. Park – LRC
Mrs. Parsons – SAGE
Ms. Paschal & Mrs. Eisenberg- Discovery's Kitchen
Mrs. Rocco- Nurse
Click here to see what our is up to!
Annual School Performance
Attendance- Report an Absence -
Bullying Reporting and Resource -
Bus Pass Request Form
CIP Goals 2011-2014
Dad's Watch Dog Form
Discipline Policy & Contract
Emergency Transportation Bulletin
Family Access -
Lunch Menu -
Parent Play Day Information
Parking Lot Rules
Pay Online -
Peer Model Application
Peer Model Brochure
Pre-Approved (1-20 Day) Absence Form -
Pre-Approved (More Than 20 Days) Absence Form -
Safety at Our School
Sign-up for News
Site Council Minutes
State of Washington OSPI
Student Success Handbook
Trip Book Kinder - 2nd 3rd - 5th
Learning Goals for...
2300 228th Avenue S.E.Sammamish, Washington 98075(425)837-4100 office(425)837-4044 fax
Greetings Discovery Community,
First of all, I want to give a huge shout out and thank you to the 5th Grade Team for a wonderful assembly on Monday. A special thank you goes out to Kim Hand, 5th grade teacher, Debbie Mohn, music teacher, and Howie McOmber, for coordinating the practices and organizing the students. We are thankful for our veterans and are so happy that about twenty veterans were able to attend the assembly.
Every year, the holiday sales and decorations seem to start earlier and earlier. I used to be one of those that would get disgusted. "Can’t we at least wait until after the Halloween decorations are gone?" or "What about Thanksgiving?" This year though, I have caught myself shopping for presents for others, and sometimes shopping for deals for myself. "Can it be? Have I become the person who forgot Thanksgiving?"
Yeah, I know, I could do the twenty days of posting what I am thankful for on my Facebook. Would that help? Maybe…
It is easy to get caught up in the flurry of our busyness of getting child/children to school, appointments, and afterschool activities, making sure homework gets done, paperwork in and signed, bills paid and ……There’s a lot to be stressed about, but what if we took a minute to pause, reflect, and think about all that we are thankful for. What if we gifted someone with letting them know how thankful we are for being a friend, for caring for our kids, or for doing us that last minute favor?
I was the lucky recipient of this beautiful handmade card that says "You are a Fabulous Work of Art." Inside, this person wrote a nice "thank you" to me. Totally made my day! The perfect gift for me.
I am thankful for:
1.) Getting to work at a school where people love what they do.
2.) The sunshine that we have had these past few days.
3.) The opportunity to work in a school district that values "culture of kindness."
4.) My family that accepts my "sorry I was so grumpy at you" text messages.
5.) Students that try to do their best every day, smile and say "hi."
6.) Freedom- thank you veterans!
7.) Parents that have welcomed me to Discovery and spend countless hours volunteering in our classrooms.
8.) PTSA for the many hours of planning and work that they do for our school
I am so thankful to have the privilege of leading this school,Mrs. NishiokaPrincipal of Discovery Elementary
Click on the nest to continue reading more notes from the Eagle's Nest!