February updates from Ms. Schulenberg
New Student Welcome Lunch
I will be doing another round of new student welcome lunches this month. I invite the many new students that we receive year round to lunch in my office every other month. This is a time for me to get to know them and to help them form connections with other new Sunny Hills students.
Food for Mid-Winter Break: Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank
Food for the Beak provides a free box of grocery items for each student in the family that can be used to make breakfast, lunch and snacks.
To register to pack and deliver boxes to one of our three drop off locations, click here. Don't forget to download the most updated shopping list! This is important to ensure all boxes have the same great items. To make a financial contribution to Lunch for the Break to help us purchase fresh produce and bread, click here.
Even the most in-tune parents could use some extra tips for keeping up with the fast-changing media landscape. Local Issaquah mental health therapist specializing in technology fixation, and youth screen time use, Jocelyn Skillman, partners with nationally acclaimed Common Sense Media to deliver a comprehensive presentation addressing the biggest concerns parents of elementary and middle schoolers have: managing screen time, getting a cellphone, cyberbullying, social media, apps, and more.
For PARENTS of grades K-8.