Sending a huge thank you to our PTSA and parents for a great week of being spoiled with so many treats
Next Monday, May 9, we will be returning to our Pre-COVID Morning Schedule of opening campus at 9:05. As you are aware, throughout the pandemic, we adjusted many of our practices in order to assist us in physically distancing students throughout the day – which included increasing the time needed to spread out during entry to campus in the morning
We are excited to introduce the new look of our Weekly Bulletin. This new approach to our weekly community message provides greater accessibility to need-to-know information known as Announcements
Dates for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade SBA testing enclosed.
Registration for “NEW to Newcastle” students is open. Families must live in the Newcastle attendance area to enroll.
We are excited to announce that your school's Weekly Bulletin now reflects the same format as the ISD Weekly Bulletin! This new approach to our weekly community message provides greater accessibility to need-to-know information known as Announcements. Please read on for an overview of how this system works in conjunction with our new website.
We are seeing increasing numbers of positive COVID-19 cases at our elementary schools, among both students and staff. Sunset Elementary will not have school for students on Monday and Tuesday. If cases among staff continue to rise, it’s possible that at some point we may be unable to provide enough staff at another elementary school building in order to have school the next day.
At the elementary level, masking is now required for close contacts, including classes with a cluster of positive cases. If masking is mandatory for your child, we have sent or will send an email directly to let you know. Due to high levels of exposure, it is strongly recommended, but not required, for all elementary students and staff to wear a well-fitting mask until further notice.
The Issaquah School District is hosting a Classified Job Fair from 3:30-6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1, at the district Central Administration Building, 5150 220th Ave. S.E., Issaquah, WA 98029.
On Friday, May 6, the King County Elections Department certified the results of the April 26 Special Election. The official final election results show that 23,123 ballots were counted, representing 31.31% of the registered voters.