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It was wonderful to see our incoming 6th graders in person Tuesday morning and to see their families Tuesday evening. We hope the information provided is helpful as you prepare for the Course Request Process. For those families who couldn't attend, the Maywood website has been updated with Course Request information that can be accessed here.
Students who are not taking part in Maywood sports or a supervised club or activity need to leave campus promptly at the end of the day. If your student doesn't walk home or take District transportation, please plan to pick them within 15 minutes of the end of the school day. It's been very cold this week for students to wait outdoors.
We've recently heard from our Maywood neighbors and ISD Transportation office that drivers picking up Maywood students are blocking driveways. Yesterday the bus exit lane (also an emergency exit) was partially blocked by cars parked just beyond the gate. Please also be respectful of our neighbors' mailboxes and driveways while picking up and dropping off students.
Calling all volunteers! We are seeking people to help with our Liberty High School Senior Exit Interviews on March 22nd, 2023. We rely upon our community volunteers to help interview our seniors and make this high school capstone experience a success.
It is time for students and families to choose their courses for next year at Maywood Middle School. Please “read more” for the specific information for your student’s grade level.
In today's Community Update video, Superintendent Heather Tow-Yick shares about the district's strategic planning process, including: what a strategic plan is, how a strategic plan can help us align our spending with our priorities, utilize our strengths, and bring cohesion to the district's direction and choices; and more.
At this week's School Board meeting, board directors will review an updated draft of the Budget Development Guidelines, including a budget timeline. District staff members and School Board directors have been reviewing key information to prepare to make decisions about how best to align district spending with revenue. The district is facing a deficit of at least $17.5 million.
Families of current third graders: Are you interested in enrolling your student in the Issaquah School District’s Science Technology Magnet Program? This two-year program for fourth and fifth grade students is located at three elementary schools: Briarwood, Cascade Ridge and Clark. More information about the program and the application process is available on our website.
Kindergarten registration for fall 2023 is now open and available on the ISD website! If your child will be 5 years old by Aug. 31, 2023 and if you live in the Issaquah School District boundary, they are eligible to be registered to start school this fall. To learn more about the registration process please visit our Kindergarten Registration webpage. Links to your school’s kindergarten information are also available on this website.
Presented by the ISD Equity and Family Partnership teams, the Student Intervention – Counseling departments and WANIC staff, join us for WANIC and Running Start Information Night for ISD High School Families on Feb. 15, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. on zoom. WANIC presentation is at 6:30 p.m. and the Running Start presentation is at 7:30 p.m. Additional information and registration link enclosed.