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Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Information Session for Middle and High School Families
Two special Issaquah homecoming events happening soon!
Registration is now open for AP exams! If you are enrolled in an AP class, you should begin the process of registering for exams in MyAP and Total Registration (this is where you will pay for exams).
Picture retake day is coming soon!
The new College and Career Center is located in the back of the library. The new space is open and welcoming to students...
The CTE and Secondary STEM Department is seeking volunteers from various professions to serve on the Pathway Advisory Committee. PAC provides assistance and recommendations for the continuous improvement of quality CTE & Secondary STEM programs. Time commitment is 3 meetings per year.
Hello, ISD Community! Today I am excited to share my progress on the first half of my First 100 Days as your superintendent. So far, my work has been centered on listening and learning. I’d like to invite all students, families, community members and staff to a Community Forum from 5-6:30 p.m. on Oct. 20 at the Administration Building.
While we can work together year round to take care of fellow students, staff, families and community members, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and other mental health organizations recognize September as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. If someone you know is at risk of suicide, call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or chat 988lifeline.org to get help.
We want to hear from you! Please "read more" to view a clickable link where you can complete the 2023 and Beyond School Calendar Survey. Keep in mind that per state law, Issaquah School District must hold school 180 days per school year. The survey will be open until 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022.
As a district we are making strides to align grading practices to the latest research in an effort to ensure that grades reflect academic learning. This year's report cards will reflect this work. These grading practice revisions are required in Executive Limitation 12, which is based on the belief that every student should have access to all academic and social-emotional learning supports that they need in order to achieve their full potential.