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News and Events

News and Events


 

 


Job Opportunity

Sand Point Elementary is currently searching for:
Hourly Math Tutor
5 days/week, Monday through Friday
9:30am – 12:30pm
$11.20 per hour
 
College degree preferred. Must have a willingness to learn and support district math curriculum. Please contact Sandy at 206-252-4640 to apply.


Heritage Brunch:
           
Our students and staff have been working very hard in preparation for the Heritage Brunch on Saturday, February 7th.  Be sure to mark your calendars!  The purpose of the event is to celebrate the diversity that exists here at Sand Point.  Of our current 281 students, we have over 15 primary languages represented.  The schedule for the event is as follows;
           
10:30-11:30 Potluck- This is perhaps the portion of the morning that I am selfishly most excited about.  Last year, our Heritage Brunch was by far the best tasting potluck I have ever attended.  Families are strongly encouraged/invited to bring and share, traditional brunch-like dishes that reflect your family’s country/culture.
 
10:45- Opening Remarks & Student Performances
 
11:30-12:30 PM Gallery Walk- Students and families are invited to visit each of our classrooms/library and enjoy classroom projects/displays which celebrate countries throughout the world. Countries/Cultures include: (K) Me and My Community, Columbia, India, Korea, Egypt, Somalia, Peru, Mexico, the Philippines, the Duwamish Tribe, & Japan.

If you are interested in volunteering for this event, there is a volunteer sign-up link at:http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4ea4ab29a4f58-spe2015 or contact Rhonda Robb at 206-252-4661.

Inclement Weather Reminder:
In the event that we experience inclement weather during the winter months, it is important that we share a common understanding of the procedures for handling changes in the school schedule. If severe weather makes it necessary to change the school schedule, the superintendent will announce late arrival, early dismissal, or closure of the district through major media outlets, as well as at www.schoolreport.org. This website will always contain the most up-to-date information. Unless there is a listing for Seattle Public Schools at schoolreport.org, all schools and programs are operating on a normal schedule. If the decision is made to close schools for the day, an announcement will be made by 6:00 AM.
In the event of a late arrival or early dismissal, please make transportation arrangements if you normally drive your child to and from school. Students should not be dropped off early on late arrival days, nor left at school after an early dismissal. Buses may be delayed on severe weather days, but they will always run unless school is cancelled. Please be aware that students will arrive at home early if school is dismissed early in order to avoid unsafe road conditions.
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