JSIS Playground Renovation
Community meeting: June 4th, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Tour the playground and discuss ideas for improvement. We will be presenting a brief history of the playground improvement and the current set of proposals.
Contact Greg Lewis with questions.
Monday, June 8th, 2015, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Come one and come all to John Stanford International School's sweetest annual event the Ice Cream Social! From on the JSIS Playground popsicles and ice cream will be served! When your sweet tooth has been satisfied, stroll over to the playground for an all school playdate!
Summer Language Camp with Firefly
Wednesday, June 17th-Friday, June 26th
Summer Language Camp offers a chance for existing students to continue their learning of the immersion language--and for incoming John Stanford students to get a fun introduction to the immersion program. \ Students who signed up early for the week containing June 16th will be refunded $30 for that date.
For more information contact Firefly Tutoring.
Final Bike-to-School is June 12th
Throughout the month of May, students are encouraged to walk, bike or scooter to school and other activities.
Turn in your calendar of tracked minutes biked in one of three places:
- At the office
- To Madi "The Bike to School Mom" at pick up or drop off
- Download and print your own
Safety Patrol Training Postponed
PLEASE NOTE: The Safety Patrol training originally scheduled to start on May 11th will not happen next week due to the lack of applicants and testing.
Please find the current schedule here.
If you have any questions please contact Ms. Maria at 206-252-6080.
In the News with Wally!
This month's Wally newsletter is coming soon. We have a new section called Debate! It shows two sides of an important issue.
Every student is welcome to write an article for Wally! You can write for different sections, for example, Debate, Miss Know It All, Sports, Comics, and more! Or if you are having troubles with friends, you can write to Miss Know It All!
Wally also has some open positions for section editors next year. They are Debate, Sports, School News, Communitations, and Top Ten! The applications are up by the office. They are due .
In this issue we have a coupon to Chutney’s! If you have not been to Chutney’s before, then now is your chance to try it!
The Contest Winner for this issue is Lucia! Lucia is in
Srta. Mariela’s Kindergarten Spanish Class!
In the school for an event? Don't forget to swing by the lost and found hooks! Warm weather means jackets, hoodies, sweaters are being shed like crazy. All items will be cleared at the end of the school year and donated.
Contact email@example.com if you're looking for something specific.
Can you help us by sharing this with all you know who might be willing to support us:
This is from a 4th grade class in Seattle, Washington. They are petitioning Dow Constantine, King County Executive, to give enough money for the Duwamish River to be clean enough for the tribes and other citizens to be able to fish safely, because the Duwamish River is one of the most polluted rivers in the US and the only river in Seattle.
- Staying healthy at JSIS
- New Drop off and Pick up plan - JSIS Traffic Plan
- Wally!: For the latest news on the student-run Wally! paper click here.
- Lost and Found: Located on the north cafeteria wall near the gym doors. Items cleared monthly. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're looking for something specific.
Want to know how to get something in the E-News or on the Website or out via the Room Reps? Look in the left-hand column of this page. See the "PTSA Communications!" button? Click on it, then click on "Submit Request..."