Dates to Remember: April 8 - 12 Spring Break NO SCHOOL April 24 - 26 5th Grade Camp April 25 PTSA Bingo Night 6:00-8:00 pm April 30 Class Group/Spring Portrait Day April 30 3rd Grade SBA testing begins
Registration for the 2019-2020 School Year NOW OPEN (new students only)
Please Note: NEW PROCESS Please visit the ISD New Student Enrollment website to begin enrollment. Once the online portion is complete, you will be required to visit your neighborhood school to provide ID, immunization records and to pick up additional forms that must be completed in order to finish the enrollment process. If you cannot access the online application, please call Janine Kotan at 425-837-7354.
LOST AND FOUND TO BE DONATED As the weather has warmed up, jackets, sweaters and sweatshirts are coming off. We have many articles of clothing that will be donated on April 3rd at the end of the school day. Remember that if your child's name is on the item, it will be returned to them.
INFLUENZA: WHEN TO KEEP YOUR STUDENT HOME FROM SCHOOL AND HOW TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF FLU
School Nurses are currently seeing students in the health room who are experiencing fever-related illnesses, including influenza, or, the flu. To prevent the spread of the flu, please keep children home from school when they have a fever of 100.0 F or higher. They should remain at home for at least 24 hours after their temperature has returned to normal (98.6F) without the aid of fever-reducing medication, such as Children’s Tylenol or Advil. Please do not send your student to school if fever-reducing medication has been administered at home before leaving for school. Parents/guardians will be contacted to pick up their student if they have returned to school less than 24 hours after experiencing a fever-related illness. For more information, please visit the main ISD website.
Elementary Summer School and Robotics Registration will close on Friday April 19 Registration for Elementary Summer School (current K-5 students) and Elementary Summer Robotics (current 4th and 5th grade students) is available for students in the Issaquah School District and will close on Friday, April 19. For more information on both programs, please visit the Elementary Summer School website.
State Conducting Student Transportation Survey Occasionally, the Washington State Departments of Health and Transportation conduct a survey of parents across the state to learn about how students travel to and from school. This year, 12 ISD schools are among the roughly 500 who have been selected to participate in the survey. Parents of students at those schools may receive a phone call during April, May or June asking them to take the survey. For a list of the selected schools, and for further information on this process, please visit the ISD website.
Call for Art: 2019-2020 PRINT Student Art Calendar Thanks to support from the Seattle Times, every family and staff member in the Issaquah School District will once again receive a free print copy of the Student Art Calendar in the 2019-2020 school year—easy to hang on the wall to keep track of important school dates! Every current student in the district is invited to submit artwork to fill the pages for thousands of homes and offices. Get your creative juices flowing because the deadline is Friday, April 5, 2019 at midnight. Click here to visit the Call for Art webpage for full details!
Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) Information for Grades 3-5
What is the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA)? Washington State adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for curriculum and will implement the Smarter Balanced assessment for grades 3-5 statewide. CCSS have increased the rigor for our students.
Where can I find more information or practice tests?
When are Grades 3-5 testing? The testing window at Endeavour is from late April to June 2019. Your child's classroom teacher will be sending out their individual testing dates when they become available. Please keep in mind that vacations will not be approved during testing window.
Grade 3 - April 30, May 2, 6, 7 Grade 4 - May 9, 0, 13, 14 Grade 5 - May 16, 17, 20, 21
I received my scores...now what? Visit the Great Schools website to learn more about what your child's test scores mean.
For more information about Issaquah School District's Assessments, please visit the ISD Assessment webpage.
It is vital to your child's success that they arrive well rested, have a had a healthy breakfast and are on time. Once testing has begun, late students will not be admitted to class and will have to make up the during our make up days.
April Dining for Kids at Resonate Brewery + Pizzeria Enjoy a great meal for a great cause! The Issaquah Schools Foundation invites you to Dining for Kids to raise funds for our Feeding Student Success program, which provides food aid in schools. Join us anytime Wednesday, April 3 at Resonate Brewery + Pizzeria in Bellevue. Resonate will generously donate a portion of your bill to the Foundation.
JOIN US! - Nourish Every Mind 2019 You won’t want to miss one of these great Issaquah Schools Foundation events! Come hear inspiring stories from students and staff who have directly benefited from Foundation investments. Registration for both events is open here.