7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Lacey ACT Night @ Komachin
November 15, 2018 - The month of November is a celebration of Native American heritage as well as an opportunity to recognize the resiliency of Native peoples across the United States. This month provides an opportunity for teachers and families to learn about Native cultures, their sovereignty and treaty rights, and their many contributions to society. Our district’s Native Student Program typically serves between 200-250 Native students from over 50 tribes, bands, nations, or villages. According to district data, the number of self-identified Native Americans is about 700 students. Read More!
November 13, 2018 - Our latest Key Communicator is Woodland Elementary's Office Staff including Principal Casey Crawford. The Woodland community knows what's what around their school - from events, activities, announcements, and more (even an emergency helicopter landing in their field to aid a nearby neighborhood patient transport). Woodland, thank you for all that you do!
The deadline is this week! Apply for a grant for a project you have in your classroom! The MAC Mini Grant program provides funding for student programs, learning tools, and parent engagement that supports the MAC Mission: To help build a compassionate community in our schools through multicultural education, awareness and advocacy. Learn more!
We use a service called School Messenger to communicate announcements, emergencies, and more via phone, email, and text! Are you a new parent in the district and received an opt-in text? Want to customize your communication options? Activate your account with the email address we have on file, and choose the types of message you want to receive. Download the School Messenger App for even more options! Get Started!