Blog - Post List
  • Curriculum Updates

    Math: Angles (Module 4) Students have been working hard learning all about the different types of angles, how to measure and draw angles with a protractor, how to identify triangles based on their sides and angles, and more! How you can he...
    • 29 May 2019
  • Local Summer Camps and Programs

    Local Summer Camps and Programs – Summer is right around the corner!  Registration is already open for many programs, and spots fill up fast! Here are some ideas for fun and educational summer camps and programs: Local Summer Opportunities...
    • 9 May 2019
  • Curriculum Updates

    Math: Decimals (module 6) Students just took the mid-module assessment and because this is such a short unit, the end of module assessment will be here by next week! We will continue module 6 by working on decimal equivalence, adding decimals,&...
    • 24 Apr 2019
  • 4th Grade School Service Project

    In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and how he promoted kindness to all, the 4th grade is leading a school wide project.  Last year the whole school heard the story Only One You. This story is about a fish who is ready to go into the sea and...
    • 24 Apr 2019
  • Student Update: 4/23/19

    "In PE today, I did some sick dance moves to I Want Something Just Like This!" -Lincoln "I was a Super Hawk in PE today!" -Tejas "In math today, we added decimals. Some of them were trying to trick you, but eventually we figured it out." -Logan ...
    • 23 Apr 2019
  • Influenza: When to Keep Your Student Home

    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 ...
    • 14 Mar 2019
  • Student Update: 3/13/19

    "In math we learned how to subtract a mixed number from another mixed number. For example, 2 3/5 - 1 4/5 = 4/5" -Juliet "During recess, I juked past 5 people and booted the ball past Tyler, to Brian. "-Lincoln  "In reading we got to listen to Ju...
    • 13 Mar 2019
  • Student Update: 3/5/19

    "In reading, tomorrow we are going to do book clubs. I'm reading The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe." -Juliet "In PE today, we got to do the two minute jump club, where you jump rope for 2 minutes without making mistakes." -Lachlyn "In scienc...
    • 5 Mar 2019
  • Student Update: 3/4/19

    "In morning choice, we did class store and there were lots of prizes. I got a rubix cube." -Juliet "Today in science we got to write science conclusions on weighing solids and liquids." -Lachlyn "Today we got to spend our Brady Bucks in the class sto...
    • 4 Mar 2019
  • Student Update: 2/28/19

    "In music, lots of people passed off belts in recorders." -Brian "Today Eager Reader ended." -Aaryan "In reading, we got to read good books. I read Double Fudge." -Bear "Today during music, we learned a new song, The San Juan Pig. We got to a new che...
    • 28 Feb 2019
  • Curriculum Update

    Math: Fractions (module 5) Students just took the mid-module assessment We will continue module 5 by working on fraction equivalence, adding and subtracting fractions, and multiplying fractions How you can help at home: Encourage your child to spend...
    • 27 Feb 2019
  • Washington Festival Coming Soon!

    On Thursday, March 28th, the 4th grade classes will present the annual Washington State Festival. The purpose of this festival is to research, create, and present an informational book about a WA State topic. Most work for this project is completed i...
    • 27 Feb 2019
  • Student Update: 2/26/19

    "Today in PE we were jump roping. We had to practice jump roping for one whole minute." -Reet "The goal in PE was to not get heart disease." -Aarav "We went to library today." -Bear "I finished my math test today! It was soooo difficult." -Lincoln "W...
    • 26 Feb 2019
  • Student Update: 2/25/19

    "Today we started a new science unit, States of Matter." -Wilson "We went to the computer lab and researched our Washington State Festival topics. And I didn't draw any elephants today. :( " -Keira "In math today we took the mid-module test." -Bear "...
    • 25 Feb 2019
  • Student Update: 2/6/19

    "Today everyone was so sad because we weren't able to do read aloud." -Lincoln "Today we got to help Mrs. Crothers box up shoes." -Keira "In math we learned how to add more than 2 fractions." -Circe "We had extra PE instead of recess." -Tejas "Today ...
    • 6 Feb 2019
  • Elementary Summer School Info

    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 excelle...
    • 6 Feb 2019
  • Student Update: 2/1/19

    "Today we had an electronics party for our moments of greatness and we played a lot of games!" -Aaryan "Today in PE we practiced passing in basketball." -Gina "In social studies, we learned about how the Europeans passed on diseases to Native America...
    • 1 Feb 2019
  • Student Update: 1/31/19

    "Today we had an assembly. It was about bullying and bystanders and targets." -Gina "Today me and Aarav went to Sage and learned how many steps it takes to walk through the first grade hallway." -Brian "Today we got to read two articles about Lewis a...
    • 31 Jan 2019
  • Student Update: 1/30/19

    "In 2 days we are going to have an electronics party!" -George "Today we learned about Lewis and Clark." -Clare "Today in math I got to solve a problem and then write a magnificent guinea pig that was blue." -Bear "Today in math we learned how to use...
    • 30 Jan 2019
  • Math Module 5 Update

    We are well on our way through our fraction unit in math! The students have been doing a really great job as we've learned to find equivalent fractions using multiplication and division, to represent fractions on tape diagrams, number lines, and area...
    • 29 Jan 2019
  • Student Update: 1/29/19

    "Today was pretty fun because we got to start our Washington topics for writing. We also read a letter from Thomas Jefferson a long time ago, to learn about Lewis and Clark. And about primary sources." -Brian "In PE, we did the practice pacer. On Tue...
    • 29 Jan 2019