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Speaking for Success Club
My name is Aiden Silvestri, and I'm interested in getting our first "Speaking for Success" after school club started. This initiative started last year when I was hoping to get a Speech and Debate club going. It has evolved over the year, and we think a more broad program focused on public speaking in a variety of areas is the best way to start. This club has been approved and so we are aiming to get it started before the year end and intend to run it for the next school year. We are fortunate to have Ms. Erin Fitzgerald, YMCA Youth and Government Advisor, agree to help coach this program and Mrs. Tolonen, Maywood LA / ALA teacher, agree to host the club. We are still looking for volunteers from the community who may be interested in coaching one or more topics in a variety of areas related to communications, public speaking, debating, government and /or parliamentary procedure. Volunteers, please complete this application prior to volunteering: https://issaquahvolunteers.hrmplus.net/ . If you are interested, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support as we launch this enriching, empowering club!
When: Monday 5/22, 6/5, & 6/12 from 2:10-3:30PM
Where: Mrs. Tolonen's classroom, Room 214
Please plan to pick up your child/teen at 3:30 sharp or plan to have him / her ride the activity bus.
Library Homework Club
The last day of the After-school Library Homework Club will be Thursday, May 4. NO ACTIVITY BUS PASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THE LIBRARY AFTER THIS DATE. Thanks to the Issaquah Schools Foundation for funding the club and to the hundreds of students who participated!
Parents Night hosted by PBSES Team
In May 2017, parents are invited to learn more about PBSES (Positive Behavior and Social Emotional Support) and how you can use PBSES strategies at home. During this workshop, we will discuss a progressive discipline approach to conflicts at home. This workshop will focus on child brain development, creating clear and consistent limits, and strategies that you can use with your child or children.
There are three opportunities to attend this workshop:
May 17, 2017 - Sunny Hills Elementary School
May 18, 2017 - Issaquah Middle School
May 22nd - Maywood Middle School
The Student Support Coaches for the elementary and middle schools will host the sessions and they will start at 6:30 and conclude at 8pm.
Smarter Balanced Assessment and the 8th Grade Science MSP schedule for the Spring of 2017 is here. For SBA resources please check this link.
ClassLink is a new web tool for secondary students and teachers that aims to minimize the impact of multiple usernames and passwords to access online curriculum materials and tools. Through the ClassLink Launchpad students will find links to the online curriculum and tools used in their classes. Teachers are sharing ClassLink with students when needed to access the online content for their class.
Students use their school network username and password to log into ClassLink. For use at home, the ClassLink browser extension must be installed.
Additional information, including an introduction video and a list of available textbooks can be found on our district website at: http://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/district/departments/Technology/students
Connect 9 Video Training for Families is available Here!
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