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June 8th: Senior Finals 6th and 7th Period
June 9th: Senior Finals 4th and 5th Period
June 12th: Senior Finals 2nd and 3rd Period
June 13th: Senior Finals 1st period (Along with ALL grades)
Students should return their ISD laptop no later than 6/20. If a student is enrolled in summer school courses, they should KEEP their device and not return it.
We encourage students to keep their device as long as they may need it for coursework and final exam preparation. There are many options for times to return the device.
Yearbook distribution will be Wednesday, June 7 starting at 2:25. Location is likely the rear courtyard. Seniors will be released first, then juniors, then sophomores, then freshmen. Students will remain in their seventh period classes until their grade is dismissed...
If your student did not complete all their required state testing by today, they should report to the library on Friday 5/26 to complete it,or submit an Opt-Out form excusing them from the test...
A bear was seen today on the edge of the Issaquah Middle School campus. The bear has since moved on into the forested area to the north of the school. One of our security officers is in the area and we have contacted the Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The Issaquah School District's Teaching and Learning Services Department has compiled some ideas for supporting student learning this summer. Our Elementary Summer Resources webpage includes a selection of optional resources, both digital and unplugged, for the summer.
Beginning in the 2023-24 school year, Issaquah School District seniors who qualify will receive notification of guaranteed admission to five Washington colleges and universities. Important details about this opportunity are enclosed.
After serving for 12 years on the Issaquah School Board, School Board Director Anne Moore knows a thing or two about the district budget development process. Watch this video for a quick review of the annual milestones, key contributors, and impact school enrollment has on our overall school year budget. If you missed parts 1 and 2 of this series, they're available on our YouTube channel.
ISD Preschool Academy is now enrolling children between the ages of 3 and 5 years old for the 2023-24 school year. In addition to the existing multi-campus, pre-kindergarten program designed for 4- to 5-year-old students, ISD Preschool Academy is excited to announce the opening of a 3-year-old classroom. Additional information, including registration details, enclosed.
Our teachers and staff members are very excited to meet the incoming class of kindergarten students in the fall of 2023. In fact, members of our team are already hard at work planning to ensure that we have the correct number of teachers and staff ready to welcome the new kindergarten students. A big piece of that work is having the most up to date enrollment numbers – that's where all of you come in!