3:00 PM - 8:00 PM Lacey's 50th Open House & Tree Lighting, SPSCC/Huntamer Park
Welcome to The Academy, Salish’s pilot project to offer an alternative learning environment and a positive solution to keeping kids in school and engaged in learning. “The benefit to this model is we are focused on getting to the root of the issue, replacing misbehaviors with appropriate behaviors, and fostering a culture where when we make mistakes, we teach you the skills you need to be successful not only at Salish, but in our community.”
Lacey Police Officer and River Ridge High School's Resource Office Ken Westphal used CPR to save the life of a one-year-old child. Quick thinking and skills, Officer Westphal. Thank you! Read the article in The Olympian.
Long-time School Board member Aaron Owada announced his resignation Tuesday night after nearly 20 years of service. The District will honor him with a celebration on Dec. 7 at 5 p.m. (formal program starts at 5:30) in the Board Room. Those interested in applying for this Board vacancy can inquire after Dec. 7 when his resignation is effective.
Snow falling? Wind blowing? Ice hardening? We have several options for finding out if school is delayed or cancelled due to weather. Stay up to date and in the know this winter! More information
If you are in grades 6-12 and love to write or draw, you are invited to enter the Teen Writing and Cover Art Contest as part of the 2017 Lacey Loves to Read Celebration! Submissions are being accepted until January 7! Entry forms, information and more here!