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The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) will be offered in the IHS library on January 10th at 8:00 AM.
We would like to share with you about our Safety and Well Being strategic plan initiative. Our district is transitioning from two social emotional screening tools for elementary and secondary students, to one universal screener for students in kindergarten through 12th grade, called the the FastBridge Social Academic Emotional Behavioral Risk Screener or SAEBRS®.
Families who are interested will be able to use an app called “Securly Home” to manage their student’s school laptop while at home. The guardian listed as “Guardian 1” in “Family 1” inside Skyward Family Access will receive an invitation email this week. Details enclosed.
We appreciate our families' patience as we've started the school year during major construction on 2nd Avenue. Thankfully, the City of Issaquah has completed their project, and we are starting to see some relief, but we wanted to send a few reminders out to our families in an effort to help ease the traffic around Issaquah High School during arrival and departure times.
Please read further for reminders regarding traffic, drop off procedures, and closed areas.
The redistributed parking pass list has been posted. It is located on the window by the main entrance. Please see Mrs. Pfeifle, the ASB bookkeeper to pick yours up. The passes were assigned in order of priority of carpool, senior, junior, and sophomore. Then they were randomly assigned based on those categories. You need to pick them up by 9-29-23.
The district's material selection committee for elementary literacy recently selected two elementary reading & writing curricula for field testing. The two finalists are Benchmark Advance and Wit and Wisdom, which will be tried out by some of our teachers and students this winter.
Two in-person workshops will be offered this week to provide one-on-one or small-group support to learn about using Canvas. Staff will also provide an overview of Family Access. These workshops are for families with students in grades 6-12.
The IHS College and Career Center is hosting a districtwide college fair on the evening of Tuesday, October 3. The fair will feature more than 30 universities and colleges from across the country and abroad; a college essay workshop; a presentation about the college admissions process in the library; and more. The fair is open to all Issaquah School District high school students and their families.
Parents and guardians of middle and high school students have access to Canvas as an “Observer.” Canvas is our Learning Management System for students in grades 6-12. In Canvas, the "Observer" role provides parents and guardians an account to monitor their student's progress in their courses as well as support their students' learning at home.
Are you ready to influence the future of education and career pathways? We're inviting you to become a part of something meaningful – our Career & Technical Education (CTE) Pathway Advisory Committee!