Creekside Elementary PTSA E-NEWS

December 17, 2019

PTSA Otter Tales Newsletter

Please enjoy the PTSA Otter Tales newsletter. Highlights include:

  • December staff appreciation event

  • January PTSA events
  • Hawk-a-Thon update
  • Canned food drive numbers


Happy Reading!

Upcoming PTSA & School Events

  • December 17 - TONIGHT! Terra Musica & Marimba Concert 7:00 PM in the MPR
  • December 20 - Last School day before the holiday break, 3:40 PM dismissal,
  • December 20 - Lost & Found donation to charity
  • January 6 - First Day Back!
  • January 10 - Bank Day
  • January 15 - Family Author Visit - Simon Calcavecchia, 6:00 - 7:00 PM
  • January 17 - Creekside PTSA Spelling
  • January 20 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No school for students and staff
  • January 24 - Family Movie Night
  • January 27 - Teacher Professional Development day - No school for students

Mark your Calendar

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News from the district

Highly Capable Testing

Highly capable testing for second grade students will occur at all elementary schools January 14 through January 17 and continue March 10 through March 13. Students who are identified as “most highly capable” will be invited to enter either SAGE or MERLIN in the 2020-21 school year. Second grade students attending private or home-based schools are invited to participate. Contact your neighborhood school for more information about how to participate. More information about the Issaquah School District Highly Capable Program and testing for second grade students is available on the Highly Capable Issaquah School District webpage.

Annual Community Report for the 2018-2019 School Year


The Issaquah School District invites the community to view our annual report online for the 2018-2019 school year. The report contains an interactive scorecard along with links to take a deeper dive into student performance data on state assessments. Because student achievement is also demonstrated through extra-curricular activities, the arts, community service, leadership, and citizenship, the report connects to our snapshots page celebrating these accomplishments. Information and links are also provided to learn about programs and services designed to assist students in accomplishing the ISD School Board’s Ends for Students. An overview of the District’s finances including revenues and expenditures is reported along with a comprehensive guide to understanding the 2018-2019 budget. For more information regarding the community report, please contact Executive Director of Communications, L. Michelle at michellel@issaquah.wednet.edu or 425-837-7004.

Important Note:

The Issaquah School District is committed to providing access to all individuals visiting our district website, including persons with disabilities. If you cannot access content on our website or this annual report because of a disability, please call L. Michelle at 425-837-7004 or email webmaster@issaquah.wednet.edu and describe the nature of the accessibility needs and your contact information. We will make every effort to provide the information requested in an accessible format and seek to correct any accessibility issues on our website.

Nourish Every Mind 2020 Dates

Luncheon – May 8th at Eastridge Church

Breakfast – May 19th at Eastridge Church

Check our Peachjar community bulletin boards!

Creekside Elementary partners with Peachjar, an online bulletin board system, to help families see all the opportunities happening with community partners in the greater ISD community.

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