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Due to construction on the small covered playground (bark chip area) access to the back of the building from the east gate is closed for pick up today. Primary classes will be exiting out the east side door by the busses and families can meet their students in the meeting area there. The east gate to the neighborhood will still be open but there is no access to the playground.


Thank you for your flexibility and have a wonderful spring break!  

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Do you need extra help with food for your school-aged children during the April Spring Break?

Lunch for the Break provides nutritious breakfast, lunch, and snack options for children attending school in the Issaquah School District. The program helps alleviate hunger during school breaks by providing a week's worth of free grocery items for students to be able to prepare breakfast, lunch, and snacks for themselves.  Lunch for the Break shopping will be at the food bank Thursday, April 4, from 1 – 7 p.m.

Upcoming Events

Class Group and Personality Portraits coming!  We will be sending home order packets next week. Please remember these personality photos are optional. If you missed our first picture day in the fall, this is a great time to take your individual photos.


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During Spring Break, our district received significant media attention regarding a student’s request to form an interfaith prayer club at Creekside Elementary School. Please know that we take our commitment to uphold student rights seriously; this includes those rights associated with religious exercise and liberty. Details about the approvial timeline for clubs at Creekside are enclosed.

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In an April 2 meeting, members of the Bond Advisory Committee identified the priorities they think are important to the students, families, staff and community members they represent. Then, they began to discuss in small groups which projects might align with or support the priorities they would like to see addressed. This was the committee’s sixth meeting out of eight.  

Safety Emergency Preparedness

The King County Office of Emergency Management recently gifted 20 Bleed Control Kits to the district for use in our schools in the event of an emergency. Each Bleed Control Kit comes with eight individual bleeding control packs. This grant is worth approximately $17,000.

Educational Technology

The Issaquah School District is seeking interested individuals to serve on our new Technology Advisory Committee. The committee will review the district's Technology Plan, provide feedback and expertise on our goals, and inform future planning.  We are seeking middle and high school students, district staff, school administrators, and parents/guardians. In addition, we would like to have technology industry representation, area employers, and community members.