Quick Links for Parents:
Kindergarten Parent Information Night
Rescheduled for March 4th, 6:00 pm
Registration for Kindergartners for the 2019-20 school year is a two-step process. A Kindergarten Parent Information Night on Monday,
March 4th, 6:00–7:00 p.m. will provide families with a packet of forms needed for enrollment. At the meeting, the (new) online portion of registration will be explained. All registrations need to be submitted on-line by Thursday, March 8th. At our
meeting, you will receive a folder with paperwork to return to the office.
To return your paperwork,
choose a specific time from our sign up. This will allow us to serve you quickly.
Grades 1st - 5th Registration for 2019 - 2020
The window for enrolling new students in 1st - 5th grades for the fall opens on April 1st. This registration will also be on line this year. If you submit a registration online before April 1st, please note it
will not be processed until after that date. Thank you.
Head Lice Information
Head lice is common in many countries, however, in the U.S., a stigma is unnecessarily attached to it. “Head lice can be a nuisance but have not been shown to spread disease,” (CDC, 2015). Checking your child for head lice should be a routine health practice,
just like bathing and brushing teeth. Check your child’s head weekly in a room with strong lighting, a magnifying glass (if available) and using a fine-toothed comb or lice comb. Part the hairs on the scalp and comb through it, paying special attention to
the crown of the head, behind the ears and the nape of the neck. Look at the comb to see if there’s anything on it. If you think your child has head lice, please contact the school nurse, Kim Rocco 425-837-7408; email@example.com. She is happy to
check for you and can provide resources on how to solve the issue. For more information on head lice, go to:
UNPAID FEES AND FINES
Please visit our Pay on Line site to be sure your child doesn’t have any outstanding fees or fines.
Your log in is your Family Access login.
Your password is different than your Family Access password. You would have set this up yourself, if you have visited the pay on line site previously. If you can’t remember your password, please click the link to reset your password – on the login page.
Directions will be sent to the email address we have on file. If this is your first time logging in to the site, follow the link to set up your password.
Please contact Karin Danner - firstname.lastname@example.org if you are having trouble signing in.
ATTENTION PARENTS OF 5TH GRADERS TRANSITIONING TO MIDDLE SCHOOL IN THE FALL OF 2019
SUMMER TIME = SPORTS PHYSICAL TIME
Will your student be participating in the sports programs offered at middle school? If so, mark your calendar and plan to get their sports physical during the summer. Students entering 6th and 9th grade are required to have a physical
dated after June 1. A physical date in the summer is valid for the entire school year. If you normally schedule your child’s physical around their birthday, we suggest you consider postponing until summer. Fifth grade students getting their physical while
in the 5th grade will be required to get a second physical dated after June 1 if they want to participate in middle school sports. For more information on middle school sports and the required physical form check out the
ISD Middle School Sports webpage or call the middle school office. The office team will answer all your questions.
ATTENTION 3RD GRADE PARENTS
Science Technology Magnet Program Information Meetings: March 5, 14, 21
Families of current third graders: Are you interested in enrolling your student in our
Science Technology Magnet Program? The Issaquah School District offers three programs serving 4th and 5th grade students in unique multi-age classrooms. Each magnet serves
50+ students in a two-year program. Each program covers all standard 4/5 district adopted curriculum, with an added emphasis on science and technology. Grade specific math instruction is provided.
Families interested in enrolling their student in this program must attend a
mandatory informational meeting—unless they have previously had a student enrolled in this program. Informational meetings will be held at Cascade Ridge on Tuesday,
March 5th, at Clark on Thursday, March 14th, and at Briarwood on Thursday, March 21st. All meetings are scheduled for 6:00-7:00 pm.
AUTHOR OF THE TURNING
Please join us for an exciting evening as Ms. Whitman shares writing strategies, research adventures, and how her book
The Turning explores what it means to belong.
DATE: Thursday, April 4th
TIME: 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
LOCATION: ISD Admin Board Rooms
Elementary Summer School Registration opens March 4
Elementary Summer School will be offered to current kindergarten through fifth grade (K-5) students in the Issaquah School District. The Elementary Summer School program will provide an excellent opportunity to reinforce
skills and to get a jump-start on the next grade-level learning. All Elementary Summer School classes are dependent upon staffing.
Classes will be held weekdays from July 8 through August 2, 9:00am to 12:00 pm at Clark Elementary School. Tuition is $400.00. Applications will be on the district website beginning March 4. Families must provide transportation to and from Summer School.
Summer Robotics Class will be returning again this summer. The Robotics program is a two-week class for current 4th and 5th grade students only. This course will teach the fundamentals of robotics using LEGO Mindstorm
Kits. A minimum of 12 students will be required for this class to proceed.
Two sessions will be offered, Session 1 runs weekdays from July 8 to July 19, Session 2,runs weekdays from July 22 to August 2. Both sessions will meet between 9:00 am-11:00 am at Clark Elementary School. Tuition for this two-week program
is $250.00 and applications will be on the district website beginning March 4. Families must provide transportation to and from Robotics class.
ISD Job Fair - March 16th 2019
Come see us at the Issaquah School District job fair on Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 9am-3pm, at the Administration Building. Visit with members of the ISD recruiting team and allow us to learn more about you. Looking for open jobs? Visit our Career
Questions? Please contact the ISD Human Resources Department/Bethany Rogers at 425-837-7060
Save the date(s)!
Friday, May 3, 2019 – luncheon at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue (note the different day as NEM has historically been on Thursday)
Tuesday, May 14, 2019 – breakfast at Eastridge Church in Issaquah
It’s never too soon to think about who you can invite to these fun events
ParentWiser invites you to a series of eye-opening events on student behavior in today's world. Find out what kids are exploring and how parents need to be involved.
Hidden in Plain Sight - walk through an exhibit of a teen bedroom and learn what signs of substance use to look for and what to do if you suspect something. In partnership with Influence
the Choice and many local community services, this event includes an expert Q&A forum and a brief professional talk on communicating with youth about at-risk behavior. This is a PARENT ONLY event.
Mon, March 4th at 6:30pm, Maywood Middle School. REGISTER HERE
Tue, April 2nd at 6:30pm, Skyline High School. REGISTER HERE