Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Child Advocate focuses on Art in Education

MARCH ISSUE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE FOCUSES OF THE IMPORTANCE OF ARTS IN CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT The March issue of Washington State PTA’s online parenting magazine, The Child Advocate, focuses on the important role that children’s ability to express themselves through the arts plays in … Continue reading

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Early Learning and Development Guidlines

Today is a big day. Following over a year of hard work from many committed individuals,  the redesigned Early Learning and Development Guidelines are available. The redesign process was led jointly by the Department of Early Learning, Office of Superintendent … Continue reading

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Whidbey Festival of the Arts

Whidbey Festival of the Arts will be held this June 1-2 at SW High School. Live performances, food booths, a spectrum of student and professional visual and performing arts will be involved. Mark your calendars to attend this wonderful celebration … Continue reading

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Bicycle Training Program

On Thursday and Friday of this week…the LMS PE Dept. will be going through a very intensive bicycle/pedestrian safety program at LMS.  On Thursday,  the multi-purpose room will be used all day for the training and the guest speakers that … Continue reading

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Nominate an outstanding volunteer or educator in our community.

It’s time again to recognize an exceptional volunteer and educator who goes above and beyond for our students or community. Please return form (below) to the LMS office by Wed., April 11, 2012. You may also email the relevant info. … Continue reading

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Two days added to end of school year

FYI- The new last day of school is now June 19th, a Tues. The state only waived one of our snow days; one we made up in Feb. so we must make up the other two. Please mark your calendars.

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Teacher/Principal Evaluation Bill passes the House

Wednesday night, the House gave a big win to kids by passing the teacher/principal evaluation bill (SB5895). The bill has already passed the Senate and is on its way to the Governor’s office for signing. The bill – which was … Continue reading

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