Sarah Honored with Special Hall of Fame Award for AAA Safety Patrol Sarah receiving her AAA Safety Patrol Hall of Fame award at the Mariners game
 
Congratulations Leo! Way to go on winning these medals at a worldwide Taichi completion in Hong Kong Leo with his Taichi awards
 
Learning about Chinese New Year in Kindergarten Chinese New Year
 
Our new Principal for the Day visiting Kindergarten Chinese New Year Celebration. Thanks to our principal for the day stopping by to check on Kindergarteners learning about Chinese New Year
 
Learning about Chinese New Year Chinese new year
 
Chinese New Year Fun learning about Chinese New Year
 
Chinese New Year Celebration Learning about Chinese New Year
 
Kindergarten Chinese New Chinese New Year
 
Chinese New Year Celebration in Mrs. Schubbe's kinder Class Learning about different cultures with a fun Chinese New Celebration.
 
Safety Patrol keeping us safe even in the snow. Thanks to our wonderful safety patrol for all you do!!!!!
 
Look who we found at the end of the rainbow! Wonderful Kindergartners. Rainbow fun.
 
100th Day celebration having fun making a 100 day tower with 100 cups. Can you do this on the 100th day? Make a tower with 100 cups, Ms. Lee's Kindergarteners found a way to stack it up.
 
Celebrating the 100th Day of School Ms. Lee's Kinders counting 100 items to celebrate the 100th day of school.
 
Celebrating the 100th Day of School Making towers of 100 for a 100th day celebration in Ms. Lee's Kindergarten class.
 
Mrs. Lee's Kinders enjoying the 100th Day, making 100 dots Fun with making 100 dots.
 
Mrs. Osotio's classroom enjoying Ice cream sundae's for wining Kindergarten PTSA Eager Reader program Way to go Kindergartener's on reading lots of minutes to win an ice cream sundae party. Thanks to the wonderful PTSA for sponsoring the Eager Reader Program.
 
Mrs. Trull's 3rd grade class celebrating PTSA Eager Reader program Mrs. Trull's class is enjoying their ice cream sundae's after reading the most minutes in 3rd grade. Thanks to our PTSA for putting on the Eager Reader program.
 
Mrs. Osotio's Kindergarten Celebrating 100th Day of School Lots of counting on the 100th day of school.
 
Anti Bullying Assembly by Taproot Theater Taproot Theater presented play to students called Camp Super Friends, teaching about anti bullying, how to make friends and tolerance
 
Tap Root Theater Assembly Camp Super Friends Tap Root Theater came to teach us about anti bullying, tolerance, and how to make friends.
 
Kindergarten finally caught that tricky Ginger Bread Man after reading the clues he left all over school.
 
Cool Snow Man
 
Snowy Day at Cascade Ridge
 
Snow Day
 
Snow fun at recess
Cascade Ridge Elementary
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Tia Kleinkopf Principal

Conference Scheduler is now open!

Parent Teacher conferences are December 6 and 7. We will use Family Access Conference Scheduler to sign up for conferences. Conference Scheduler is now open and will close on December 1 at 3:30pm. 

Log onto your Family Access Account and you will find Teacher Conferences listed on the left. Click here for complete directions on how to log in and sign up. Once you are to this page, directions for elementary teacher conferences are on the right. 

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Information about School Delays and Closures 

Possible Delays:

If it is announced that school is 1 hour delayed - that means school starts at 10:10. Everything scheduled before 10:10 will be canceled - including activities like Choir and any meetings scheduled with staff. School will still get out at 3:35. Watch eNews to determine if after school events will take place. 

If it is announced that school is 2 hours delayed - that means school starts at 11:10. Everything scheduled before 11:10 will be canceled - including activities like Choir and any meetings scheduled with staff. School will still get out at 3:35. Watch eNews to determine if after school events will take place. 

If it is announced that school is closed - all before and after school activities will be canceled. 

Watch your mailbox during the next week of November 6 for the ISD 2017-18 school year Emergency Transportation Bulletin. This mailer includes information on snow routes and emergency stops, as well as program cancellations and schedule changes due to inclement weather. The bulletin also includes information on communication of school delays or closure. An electronic copy of the Emergency Transportation Bulletin can be found on the district website here.

School closures and delays are announced early in the morning, usually between 6:00 and 6:30 a.m. If you anticipate emergency transportation conditions, please check for an announcement on TV, radio, or the Internet.

To receive closure information straight from the district:

  • Make sure you are receiving District eNews. Sign up on our website. Weather delay notifications will NOT be sent via individual school eNews
  • Check the ISD homepage, www.issaquah.wednet.edu
  • Subscribe to receive ISD emergency news at www.FlashAlert.net
  • Check the recorded messages at (425) 837- 7000 (Administration) or (425) 837-6333 (Transportation)


Parking Lot Rules:

  • Adults stay in car at all times. If you need to assist your child getting in or out of the car, you will need to park rather than use the drop off/pick up lane.
  • Students are ready to exit on the RIGHT only. Have coats on and backpacks/lunches nearby when you leave your house rather than waiting until it is time to exit. Students MUST exit to the right safely onto the sidewalk, not to the left into passing traffic.
  • Drop off/Pick up in the white lines only! Once you are in the diagonal white lines, you are ready to stop. But first, pull all the way forward, do not leave large gaps before stopping to drop off or pick up children. Do not stop in the cross walk.
  • Do not drop off on the “wrong” side of the parking lot! Wait until you have circled all the way around to the diagonal white lines. Do not drop off on the other side and allow your children to walk across the parking lot or cross walk.
  • Say your "Good byes", "I love yous" and reminders of the pick up plans as soon as you enter the parking lot. 
  • Drive slowly. Plan your drop off time so that it allows for traffic. If you are on a tight schedule, walking or riding with a friend is a better option.
  • Pay attention to adult crossing guards and student safety patrollers. They know the rules and are trying to enforce them for everyone’s benefit. Eyes up and not on cell phones or watching students walk to class.
  • Engage civilly. Moments of frustration are bound to occur. Remembering our Culture of Kindness and our District's Civility Regulation are important.