Hawk Herald April 2024

Hawk Herald April 2024

Hawk Herald April 2024

Principal's Corner

Arrowhead Community,
As our district moves through the challenges of its budget, I have been increasingly grateful for our Arrowhead community. We always come together to ensure students have what they need and that we, the adults, are taking care of each other. We have a remarkable community. I am proud of and impressed by Arrowhead staff, who approach problems with flexibility and creativity, and who are resilient and strong. I am grateful for our families, who are here every day volunteering in a thousand different ways, who step up to support each other in times of need, and who take the time to let staff know how much we are loved and appreciated.
Please come to Identity Night on Tuesday, April 16th. The evening will start at 5:30 with a gallery walk in your child’s classroom so you can see the work they have done on identity and community. Then, join us in the gym for small bites and conversation. I encourage you to bring a small picnic dinner. Eating together and engaging in conversation at the table builds a stronger community.
We had many families come to our Identity Night craft workshop. I can’t wait to see everyone’s board!

Students and families in the gym working on craft posters

Our STEM night was a huge success. Thank you, PTA, for such a great evening. We still have our Hawk Walk, our Art Night, and Carnival to look forward to.
Enjoy the next week. I hope your mornings are a little more relaxed and there is much laughter and time together. When we return, the oak and the Bigleaf maples will have their leaves and the days will be longer. Spring is here!

7 boys in front of soccer goal jumping up smiling and laughing

Kristin Bailey, Principal

Around the School

Attendance Policy

Attendance Policies - Did You Know?

  • Arrowhead is required to send you a formal Attendance Letter if your child has 5 or more absences in a month—even if those absences are excused.  
  • We are required to send a formal letter for 1 UNexcused absence.  
  • If the number of absences continue and it may be having an impact, we will reach out and ask to meet. 
  • Lastly, if you know your child will be gone for more than 5 days in a row (e.g., for a trip) we ask that you fill out a Pre-Arranged Extended Absence Form and submit it to the Office at least 2 weeks prior to the absence.

We do value family experiences and we absolutely want you to keep an ill child home. So these policies may feel contradictory. However, the underlying purpose is good. It is good that we are giving you a heads-up reminder that absences are accumulating, because an absence—even for good reason may need remediation of some kind. 

As we return from Winter break and return to school routines, it is a good time to remember the impact of attendance and tardiness on student growth and progress. Research shows that students do better and feel better when they start the day smoothly, with their class, unhurried and feeling confident they know what’s happening. 

So, if you receive a letter, understand our purpose and intent, and if you have questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us. 

Becky Fukuda
Dean of Students

School Items - Please double check before your student leaves the house

We have noticed an increase in families dropping off items for the office to deliver to their student. We ask that you double check for the following items before leaving home: 

  • Lunches/Snack
  • Water Bottles
  • Jackets
  • Backpacks 

Ensuring that your student has these items before school starts will result in less classroom disruptions and more time for uninterrupted learning and fun! We appreciate you working with us on this matter. 

JEDI Spring Donation Drive April 15 - May 3

Hey Arrowhead! Are you ready to make a difference in someone's life? JEDI is back with our spring donation drive, and this time, we are collecting new, unopened, and unexpired boxes of cereal! And guess what? All the boxes of cereal we collect will be donated to the food banks at Kenmore Senior Center, the Northshore Senior Center, and Cedar Park Church.

But that's not all! From April 15 - May 3, we will be collecting boxes of cereal, and once we are done, we'll create a domino setup of all the boxes of cereal. And then comes the most exciting part - we'll invite everyone at Arrowhead to watch as we knock them down! Our goal is to collect enough cereal boxes to encircle the whole school! Imagine being a part of this fantastic event and making a tangible impact on someone's life. So, come on, let's get collecting those cereal boxes!

Cereal Box Dominoes

WATCH: 1,358 cereal boxes fall like dominoes through a South Carolina school

World record cereal box dominoes 

PTA Identity Night April 16

Get ready to celebrate our diverse community at Arrowhead Elementary's Identity Night! 

After the success of Craft Night, where families crafted their family artifact posters, we're thrilled to invite you to the main event!

Join us on April 16th from 5:30-7:00PM for a memorable evening of sharing and embracing our family identities. Formerly known as Multicultural Night, Identity Night is an opportunity to honor our differences and similarities that unite us as a community. 

Still Need to Turn in or Make an Artifact?

Arrowhead Families are asked to make a family artifact, such as a poster or some sort of display to show-off their unique identity. Please make sure to get your artifact or poster to Ms. Poe in the front office by Monday April 15th so that they can be set up in our artifact showcase! If you need supplies for your poster, please reach out to identitynight@ptaarrowhead.org or pjoya@nsd.org. Art supplies are available in the PTA corner in the front office.

These displays can show:

Origin Stories:

  • Where did you grow up?
  • Where are your children growing up?
  • How did/does place impact you/your family?


  • What is important to your family?
  • What do you believe?
  • How do you spend time together?
  • What communities do you belong to?


  • What rituals do you practice?
  • What do you make a point to celebrate?
  • What interests or hobbies get passed through generations?

Families are also encouraged to bring some food to share. Lite bites will be provided by the PTA. 

We are looking for a handful of volunteers for set up and take down. See our sign up link below to volunteer. Thank you for your help! We can't wait to see you there! 

Sign Up Link:


Smart Watch and other Devices at School Policy

Students may wear “SmartWatches” to school. However, they may NOT use these watches to do any of the following during school hours: 

NO texting or calling 

NO video or audio recording

Students who do not follow these rules may have their watch/device held by the principal until a parent or guardian picks it up. This rule is consistent with Northshore’s policies as stated on the NSD website: 

Students using cell phones and other electronic devices irresponsibly during the school day may have the electronic device confiscated and be subject to disciplinary action.

If the student is involved in an administration interview or investigation, to maintain integrity throughout the process, a student may be asked to provide their cell phone to an office staff member or the investigating administrator. It  will  be returned  to the student  or parent at  the conclusion  of the interview/investigation.

Reasonable efforts will be taken to secure property that has been confiscated (i.e. lock the item in a drawer, take the item to the office to be secured in a locked area, etc.); in order to prevent the loss, damage, or theft of any electronic device as a result of being confiscated.

Parent Pick Up Reminders

A road closure on Juanita Drive at dismissal caused one of our buses to return to school with students earlier in the year. We noticed that we need to better communicate our caregiver pick up process. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding. Please note the process below:

  • Students will be in a secure location with staff
  • Communication may come from Transportation, Central Office, or Arrowhead
  • Caregivers picking up students need to come to the main office with their ID 

Student safety is our top priority. Once we've verified a caregiver's ID, we will release students to your care. We appreciate your adherence to this process.

Hawk Family Fitness Nights

Hey Hawks! Come join PE Specialist Ms. Miller for our Family Fitness Workouts at 7:00pm!

  • April 26 - Pirates Gold (Strategy; ducking/fleeing) Gym
  • May 31 - Mission Impossible - Gym

Have fun together as we build community, learn and practice fitness, sports skills, and sportsmanship!

Group photo of all the families that participated in March 29th Hawk Family Fitness Night

A great Hawks turnout on March 29! There's only 2 Hawk Family Fitness Nights left this year.
Bring your friends and see you on April 26 for Pirates Gold! 

Kindergarten Registration, Tours, and Open House

Kindergarten Registration has begun for the 2024-2025 school year. If you have any questions regarding enrollment at Arrowhead, please contact Secretary / Registrar Poe Joya, pjoya@nsd.org

Registration is now completed online. Please use this registration link to start the process. 

Arrowhead Kindergarten Survey 2024-2025  Welcome! This survey will help us more accurately meet needs and plan ahead for program and services to support our Kindergarten learners. Our goal is to provide the best possible experience for your student.

Save the Date for one of our upcoming Kindergarten Tours and Open House!

  • April 25, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Kindergarten Tour
  • May 28, 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Kindergarten Open House followed by PTA Art Night and Auction 5:30 p.m.

4th Grade Cameras Project - Mr. Wolfe's Class (Oatmeal tubes needed)

Hello Hawks!

We hope to make functional cameras in Mr Wolfe's class for a May or June art docent lession. To make the cameras we will need 30 to 40 42-ounce oatmeal tubes/cannisters. 

If you are willing to part with your empty 42-ounce (the size is important) oatmeal tube, you may drop it off in the front office where it will be picked up and later turned into a real camera! Thank you!

- Mr Wolfe's Art Docent Team

5th Grade Camp Cedar Springs - Male Chaperones needed or we will have to cancel!

Hello 5th grade families,

We need 2 male chaperones for each boys cabin.  Without enough chaperones, we will have to cancel 5th Grade Camp. Male chaperones can be uncles/babysitters/older siblings/grandfathers/etc., or anyone over 21 that has cleared their level 2 background check with the district. Please start your online application today on the district Become a Volunteer webpage

Your student will be joining students from Woodmoor Elementary at Camp May 8 - 10, 2024. More information can be found on the district website, Cedar Springs Camp. Please note important dates below.

  • April 15 - All Student paperwork and fees due.
  • April 22 - All Chaperone paperwork and fees due.
  • May 3 - All medications (if needed), Transportation Form, and Sack Lunch Order Form due to school.
  • May 7 - All Camp luggage due to school by 9:30am.

We want all of our Hawks to go to Camp. Please let us know if your family has any challenges with your child attending Camp.
Thank you for making Camp great!

Track and Field

The Track and Field Season is just around the corner! All 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders are invited to join Arrowhead’s Track Team! Our goal is to introduce students to Track and Field events while providing individual instruction to develop their skills. Teamwork, sportsmanship and leadership are always emphasized.

A student informational meeting will be held in the library on Tuesday, April 2 during Lunch Recess.

For more Track and Field information, view this information flyer.

Arrowhead’s Meet Schedule: Meets are on Tuesdays at 5:00 PM

  • April 30 @ Kenmore Elem vs. Shelton View and Kenmore 
  • May 7 @ Kenmore MS vs. Lockwood and Shelton View (Home Meet/HELP NEEDED!!)
  • May 14 @ Frank Love vs. Frank Love and Ruby Bridges
  • May 21 @ Inglemoor HS on Tuesday @ 5:30 PM - Junior Olympics Track Meet vs Kenmore, Lockwood, Shelton View, Moorlands, Westhill, and Maywood Hills.

GO HAWKS!! Please reach out if you have any questions!

Hawk Walk logo with Arrowhead Hawk

Calling all Arrowhead Elementary supporters!

It’s time for the 3rd annual Arrowhead Hawk Walk on May 1! The Hawk Walk is a fun recess activity for students AND our 2024 spring fundraiser. Your generous donation plays a vital role in supporting PTA projects and events that strengthen our wonderful community.

Your contribution of any amount is welcome. Whether you can donate $20, $50, or an amount that resonates with you, know that every dollar counts. Together, we can create a stronger, more vibrant community. Please help us reach our goal of $5000!

Did you know that many employers offer corporate matches? It's a fantastic way to amplify the impact of your generosity! Check with your company's HR department to see if they participate in corporate matching, and let's make your support go even further. There is also additional information on the PTA website. You can also print a receipt there.

Thank you for being an extraordinary champion for Arrowhead Elementary and the PTA!
 Here’s a link to donate: https://www.memberplanet.com/campaign/arrowheadpta/hawkwalk23_1 

Students are encouraged to wear their class colors!

  • Kindergarten: Green
  • First: Blue
  • Second: Yellow
  • Third: Red
  • Fourth: Orange
  • Fifth: Purple

Go Hawks!

Principal Bailey wearing a tye-dye t-shirt leading a group of student runners

NSD Early Childhood Programs Enrolling Now


Northshore preschool programs are now enrolling children, ages 3-5. The preschool years are among the most critical in a child's life that influence learning. The Northshore School District is committed to providing the support that our youngest learners need to prepare them to succeed in school, cultivate friendships, and create a sense of community and belonging. The district proudly offers a variety of inclusive general education learning environments.  

Available preschool programs include both FREE and tuition-based options.

FREE Programs: Head Start and Ready Start

Eligibility is determined by the child’s age, family income, and opportunity gaps. These programs are located at Sorenson Early Childhood CenterWoodmoor Elementary, and Arrowhead Elementary. Spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis for eligible families. Families are encouraged to complete an application as soon as possible. The information on the application is confidential and used only to determine a child’s eligibility for the programs. The District does not require, check, or report on immigration or DSHS status. View the applications for income-eligible free preschool.

Tuition Programming

The Ready Start programs are located at Sorenson Early Childhood Center and Woodmoor Elementary. Spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Families are encouraged to complete an application as soon as possible. View the application for tuition-based programs.

To learn more about any of our district preschool programs, visit the Northshore Early Childhood District website

Families who have questions can call 425.408.5517.

From the Library

Ms. Ginny helping students with crafts at 3rd Place Books Give Back Night

Give Back Night at Third Place Books and MOD Pizza huge success!

Thank you to everyone who came to our Give Back Night April 2 in support of our library! We had a great turnout at Third Place Books, MOD Pizza, and even some online orders. It was a fun evening out supporting our local businesses and favorite library and Librarian! 

Soda Float Challenge! 

4th and 5th graders have taken on the challenge of reading 13 or more books from our 2024 list. Data-keeping sheets are due on April 19 (the Friday after spring break). 

Our reading celebration will take place Wednesday, April 24 at lunch recess in the library. Volunteers needed to help with setup and clean up! Please contact me if you can help vallemann@nsd.org.

Arrowhead Book Swap coming! 

Do you have books and magazines suitable for K-5 students? Please donate your used books to our book swap! We are collecting from now until June, when we’ll be celebrating summer reading with a school-wide book swap! Bring them into the library or to the office and we’ll store them for the big event date TBD! 

Arrowhead Library is open and ALIVE each morning at 8:35! Stop by and start the day with reading, legos, chatting about books, and of course, exploring the library! Library Website here! 

Hope to see you soon @ the library!

-Ms. Ginny Allemann

From the Health Room

Seasonal Allergies

The allergy season is starting very early this year, and predications are that it will extend longer than usual. Tree pollen - cedar, alder, birch and cottonwood are the major culprits in March and April. 

We are seeing more students with allergy eyes, which is sometimes confused with pink eye which can be a viral or bacterial infection that is contagious. 

See below for some tips to help distinguish between the two and links for further information.

Is it Allergies or Pink Eye? 

Differences between pink eye vs. allergies are:
  • Allergies typically affect both eyes at once, while pink eye typically starts in one eye before spreading to infect both eyes.
  • Pink eye is associated with mild itchiness while allergies have intense itchiness and burning.
  • Pink eye can have a mucus-like discharge of pus while allergies can produce a white stringy discharge.
  • Pink eye can crust your eyelashes, causing your eye to stick shut—allergies should not.
  • Pink eye is contagious, so people around you or living with you may be infected as well.

Allergy eye symptoms

Eye allergies typically cause symptoms like:

  • Burning
  • Itching
  • Light sensitivity
  • Redness
  • Swelling of the eyelids
  • Watery eyes

Allergens, including dust mites, mold, pet dander, and pollen, cause eye allergies. Your body overreacts when one of those harmless substances comes into contact with your eye and releases histamine. This chemical causes the blood vessels in the conjunctiva to swell, resulting in itchy, red, and watery eyes. Symptoms can appear right away after exposure. 

Pink eye symptoms

Pink eye typically occurs in one eye, but it can eventually spread to the other eye. You can experience symptoms in one or both eyes:

  • Redness
  • Itchiness
  • Green or white mucus-like discharge
  • Dried, yellow crust in eyes (especially in the morning)
  • Sensitivity to bright lights
  • Swollen around the eye(s)
  • Gritty feeling in the eye(s)

Pink eye is caused by a viral or bacterial infection, and both are very contagious. The most common (viral) comes from exposure to a viral infection like the common cold. Bacterial pink eye is caused by exposure to a bacterial infection. It may be several days from exposure before symptoms appear. 

How To Prevent Spreading Pink Eye

  • Wash hands regularly.
  • Avoid touching your eyes.
  • Change and clean your contact lenses as instructed.
  • Do not share personal items like towels, face cloths, make-up brushes and anything that comes in contact with the eye or eye lid. 
  • Regularly change your pillowcases.
  • Replace eye makeup if it expires.

When to see a doctor

If you don’t know the cause of your conjunctivitis, head to the doctor. They can confirm if you have a contagious form of pink eye—like viral or bacterial. Your doctor might also prescribe antibiotic eye drops for bacterial pink eye, which can help you recover faster. As for viral pink eye, most meds won’t be effective, so you’ll likely have to wait a week or two for the infection to clear up on its own, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

It’s also a good idea to call your doctor if your symptoms become severe. Think: eye pain, blurred vision, sensitivity to light, intense redness, or symptoms that don’t improve with antibiotics, according to the CDC. You should also seek medical care if you have a condition that causes a weakened immune system.

Tips to Help Manage Your Allergies

Shower after being outdoors To remove pollen you pick up outside, take a shower and change your clothes.

Minimize indoor pollen Keep your windows shut and use your AC or a HEPA purifier to filter allergens.

Check the Weather Learn when conditions such as the wind increase pollen levels, so you can prepare.

Know your allergy relief options From medications to nasal sprays, talk to your doctor about your options.





Spring Break 

If you are traveling over Spring Break and arriving home late on Sunday night, please keep in mind that your student may not be ready for school first thing on Monday morning. If they are overly tired or have ill symptoms, please keep your student at home. If you are not sure whether you should send your student to school, please call before sending them. 

Mental Health & Crisis Support:

  • You are not alone. There are community supports for mental health, suicide prevention, substance abuse, self-harm, and more. Click here for more information.

Technology Tidbits


Spring is the time of year when our schools administer state required assessments.  These assessments are used for state and federal accountability, to monitor student progress toward grade level standards, as well as an option for high school students to meet their Graduation Pathways requirement. The English/Language Arts (ELA) and Math Smarter Balanced Assessments are administered in grades 3 through 8 and 10, while the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS) is administered in grades 5, 8, and 11. 

Arrowhead's testing schedule:

3rd grade Math and ELA: May 6th - May 10th 

4th grade Math and ELA: May 13th - May 17th 

5th grade Science: April 30th and May 2nd 

5th grade ELA: May 22nd - May 24th 

5th grade Math - Barstow: May 28th and May 30th 

5th grade Math - Borgers: May 30th - May 31st 

For a calendar view, click on this link.

Make sure your student brings a fully charged Chromebook to school every day they are testing.

If you have any questions about your student’s spring assessments or schedules, please feel free to contact their teacher or the testing coordinator, Amy Smith, asmith@nsd.org.

Notes from the Office

23-24 Northshore District School Year Calendar

24-25 Northshore District School Year Calendar

5 End of 3rd Quarter
8-12 Spring Break, No School
15 5th Grade Camp paperwork and fee due to school
16 PTA Identity Night, 5:30pm
23 1st Grade Spring Concert, 7:00pm
25 Kindergarten Tour, 11:00am
26 Hawk Family Fitness Night (Pirate's Gold; ducking/fleeing), 7:00pm
30 5th Grade SBA Science Assessment
30  Track Meet at Kenmore Elementary, 5:00pm


Important School Procedures


Arrival and Dismissal 2023-2024

8:45am Students may arrive on campus
8:57am Welcome Bell
9:00am School Begins *   
3:30pm Dismissal
2:00pm Wednesday Early Release
12:10pm Conference Day Early Release
11:00am Last Day of School Dismissal

* Students arriving after 9:05 a.m. must check in at the office and get a pass before going to class.


Late Arrival / Excused Absence

If your child will arrive late or be absent from school: 

Please call our 24-hour Attendance line 425.408.4010 or email ahattendance@nsd.org  and your student’s teacher by 9:00 a.m.

Prearranged / Extended Absence

In the event that your child will miss more than 5 school days in a row for a reason other than a health or medical issue, please complete and return a printed copy of the Pre-Arranged Extended Absence Form to the office or email a copy of the completed form to ahattendance@nsd.org.

Change in After School Plans

If your child is going to change from their normal method of getting home or has some other alternate plan,  please complete and return a printed copy of the  Change in After School Plan Form  or send a note with your student.   

Lost and Found -  Please clearly label all of your child's belongings so they can be returned to them when lost. Please check for your student’s items when on campus. Our Lost and Found Rack is located outside the Library. 


We love our volunteers!  All volunteers in the Northshore school district are required to complete an online  volunteer application  before being able to volunteer in classrooms or on field trips. Volunteers must renew their application annually and will receive an email alert one month before their application expires. All field trip Chaperones must be Level 2 status to go on a field trip.

If you completed a Level 2 background check in the past,  (required for field trip chaperones)  you will only need to complete a Level 1 update to renew your volunteer status.  

Please reach out to the office if you are unsure of your volunteer status, 425.408.4000.  


What are ParentSquare and StudentSquare?

ParentSquare (for families) and StudentSquare (for middle and high school students) is an easy-to-use communication tool that combines multiple communication streams into one interface for families, staff, and students.

Here’s what you can do with ParentSquare and StudentSquare this year.

  • Receive information from the school via email, text, phone call, or mobile app notification
  • Two-way messaging with translation between staff and families/students
  • Choose to receive information as it comes, or all at once at 6 p.m. daily
  • Communicate in your preferred language

How do I activate my ParentSquare Account?

There are three different ways to activate or register your ParentSquare account so you can log in to the website. View our reference guide for details on each method or download the Getting Started - English or Getting Started - Spanish PDF guides for tips.

Update Emergency Numbers and Contacts

Parents are able to update their information and emergency contact information through  ParentVUE . We ask that you have the most up to date information in our system in case we need to get a hold of you in an emergency. 

If you need help logging into ParentVue, please contact the Office at 425.408.4000.

From the PTA

April-May PTA Events

April 5: Popcorn Friday
April 8-12: Spring Break, No School
April 16: Identity Night (Arrowhead Gym, 5:30-7:00 pm)
April 21: PTA Award Nominations Due
April 23: 1st Grade Spring Music Concert (7:00 pm, Arrowhead Gym)
April 26: Hawk Family Fitness (7:00 pm, Arrowhead Gym)
April 30: Track and Field Meet (5:00-6:00 pm, Kenmore Elementary)
May 1: Hawk Walk - PTA Spring Fundraiser (12:15-1:15 pm, lunch recess)

PTA Officers Elections

Arrowhead PTA Officer Elections are just around the corner. Are you curious about what it’s like to serve as an elected officer on the PTA Executive Board? 

  • See the Executive Team descriptions at this link
  • Know someone who would be perfect for one of these positions? Recommend them here. Self-recommendations are welcome and encouraged!

Questions? Email treasurer@ptaarrowhead.org.

PTA Award Nominations

Do you know a PTA member who goes above and beyond for the children at Arrowhead? Check out the following awards available to recognize our outstanding PTA members. The nomination deadline is April 21st, 2024.

  • Golden Acorn (up to 5 awards): recognizes those with continued and dedicated volunteer service to Arrowhead and the PTA (recipients may only win this award once)
  • Honorary Lifetime Membership: recognizes an individual with significant contribution to our school and PTA
  • Outstanding Advocate: recognizes and honors an individual for their advocacy work on behalf of the children of Arrowhead
  • Outstanding Educator: recognizes an Arrowhead staff member for their significant contributions to enhancing the education outcomes of our Arrowhead students

Please visit this webpage to nominate those you wish to honor this year. You can also find nomination forms in the Arrowhead main office on the PTA bulletin board.

Emotion Regulation Recap

Thanks to those who could join us at our last PTA meeting for our special presentation, Emotion Regulation: Supporting Your Student's Journey. 

A special thanks to Amy Lowe, Joan Gonda, and Becky Fukuda for joining us and sharing helpful information.

Thank you Volunteers!

Give Back Night at Third Place Books and MOD Pizza Supporters

A huge thank you to all of the families and individuals who came on a busy Tuesday or ordered online to support our Library and our favorite Librarian, Ms. Ginny!

Chess Club with Mr. K.

We are delighted to have Zach K., share his time, equipment, and passion for Chess with our students every Thursday during lunch recess!

Art Club Volunteers

Thanks to Rachel B. and Sarah S., we're able to offer Recess Art Club every Friday!

Art & Clay Docents

We are thrilled to have Art Docents in our classrooms teaching our students the principles of art and encouraging their creativity with wonderful projects!

Field Trip Volunteers

Field trips would not be possible without the time and patience of our wonderful field trip chaperones.


WE are blessed to have PTA and this community for our partners! Recent SEC Grants were approved for new rolling art panels, 2nd grade math manipulatives, school planners in 4th and 5th grade, school wide student folders, school wide supplemental materials covering ELA, Math, Engineering, Technology, health, arts, field trips, 5th grade Playwriting Residency with Studio East, and our new totem pole carved by Eagleson Williams!

Library Volunteers

Our amazing Library volunteers keep our Library in top shape, checking books in and out, helping find that just right book and assisting Ms. Ginny with special projects.

We are so grateful to PTA and this amazing community for their support!