Due to construction on Issaquah-Pine Lake Road, traffic has picked up on Klahanie Boulevard. Please make sure you and your students are using crosswalks when crossing Klahanie Blvd, especially right in front of the school. With the rain and darkness, we want to keep our community as safe as possible.
Please use our attendance email which is used exclusively for attendance related emails.
Please send all Attendance communication to:
Rainy season is upon us.
Students will go out to recess every day unless there is thunder, lightning or hard rain/severe wind conditions. That means there will be puddles and sometimes the field or blue toy may be shut down!
Please send kids with raincoats, rain boots, umbrellas, and a change of clothes in their backpack (our health room only has clothes for potty accidents).
VOICE Mentors Needed for students in grades K-5
Are you interested in making an immediate impact on a student at Challenger? Perhaps you have a high school student in need of volunteer work? We have the perfect opportunity for you…become a VOICE mentor at Challenger Elementary!
What is a VOICE mentor?
A VOICE mentor is an adult (or high school student) who has a passion for working with students. They commit to being available one hour/week throughout the school year to meet with their mentee. Students and mentors do activities together based upon interests and student needs.
How do I become a VOICE mentor? There are 2 easy steps:
1. Complete the Issaquah School District Volunteer Application (including background check).
2. Apply to be a mentor through Issaquah School District via the following link: https://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/academics/programs/voice
If you have any questions, please contact
Challenger Elementary Dean of Students,
Challenger School Hours
Mon, Tue, Thur, & Fri
If your child rides the bus please remember you need to be at the bus stop by the time the bus arrives otherwise they will be brought to the school.
F.L.A.S.H. Parent Presentation
Each year we offer to parents/guardians of fifth grade students a district presentation of the Family Life and Sexual Health (F.L.A.S.H.) curriculum prior to teaching the unit.
The presentation includes information about:
· Laws and district procedures
· How curriculum is presented in our classrooms
· Options for exempting students
The upcoming dates for these presentations are:
Wednesday, December 11, 6:00 PM
Saturday, December 14, 9:00 AM
· All presentations are held at the Issaquah Administration Center:
5150 220th Ave. SE
Issaquah, WA 98029
· Please know that the presentation begins on time and lasts approximately 1.5 hours.
It is only mandatory to attend a presentation if a parent/guardian wants to exempt their student from the HIV/AIDS lessons.
Additional information about F.L.A.S.H. is available on our ISD website or by contacting Kris Coleman (425-837-7123)
5th GRADE PARENT NIGHT AT PINE LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Please join us for Fifth Grade Parent Night at 6:30 PM on Monday, March 16 for an evening designed to provide parents with information about the middle school program and transition activities. This meeting follows our 5th grade student visitation to PLMS earlier on this same date. Please mark your calendars. We look forward to meeting you! -Pine Lake Staff
Lynch Creek Holiday Items:
Please click on the link to purchase beautiful holiday items and support Challenger 5th grade end of year events.
Lynch Creek has beautiful Fall and holiday items including wreaths, centerpieces, tabletop trees, swag, garland etc.
Here is the link:
Festival of Cultures
Mark your calendar! Festival of Cultures will be held on Friday, January 24th 2020.
Interested in hosting a table? The deadline for table hosts is December 20th, 2019
Interested in your group performing? Want to help plan this event?
Email Amy Senior email@example.com
Elementary Phase 1 Curriculum Adoption – Foundational Reading Skills Parent Survey
The ISD Teaching and Learning Department will review instructional reading materials for teaching foundational reading skills beginning in December 2019. During this literacy adoption, a district committee will review evidence-based practices and instructional materials to make recommendations. As partners in your child’s education, we invite you to follow this link to complete a survey.
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