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  • Weekly Newsletter: April 6

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 4/6/2017

    Dear Crestwood Families,
     
    We are thrilled to congratulate Haydon Brock on his 1st Place win at the Washington State Science Fair!  Haydon competed this past weekend and walked away with the highest honor in his grade level.  He also received an award from the Mildred A Misic Memorial Fund for a project demonstrating scientific curiosity, motivation to learn and a deep understanding of the subject.   Congratulations, Haydon!
     
    In keeping with our "Caring" commitment to the Orca Big 5 (Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Caring and Be a Great Learner) Crestwood will be conducting a food and clothing drive for the Sumner Food Bank and for local homeless charities.  We are looking for specific items to fill the needs of local families.  Please see the list below.  The Crestwood Cares Drive will run for the month of April.  Items will be collected in the front hallway/entry of the school.  Thank you in advance for your support!
     
    Also below are the assessment dates for our state testing in English Language Arts and Math, coming up this spring for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders.  Please make a special note of the specific dates for your child's grade level. Students need to be here the entire day.  Once testing gets started, we cannot have students come in late as it interrupts the testing. Thank you for your cooperation in getting your child here and on time (every day!). 
     
    For the Kids,
    Kay Gallo
     
     

    Crestwood Cares Food and Clothing & Household Drive

    Food Needs:
    macaroni and cheese
    cracker and cheese packets
    canned soups (small size)
    individual fruit cups
    pepperoni sticks with cheese
    granola bars
    canned meat (chicken, Spam, salmon)
    individual, small-sized peanut butter jars
    small-sized jelly
    individual cereal boxes
    oatmeal packets
     
    Clothing & Household Needs (new or gently used ONLY, please):
    Toiletry Items (travel size)
    Shoes
    Coats
    Blankets
    Sleeping Bags
    Backpacks
    Flashlights
    Batteries
    Sunscreen
    Bug Spray
    Tarps/Tents
     

    Music Highlights:
    Kindergarten and 1st grade are busy learning to grow their singing voices and explore how melodies move.

    2nd graders are learning more about instrument technique and using expression.

    3rd graders just got their recorders and are learning their first few notes.

    4th graders are continuing their recorder instruction and applying skills to larger instrument pieces.

    5th graders are beginning a unit of bucket drumming and preparing for their end of the year concert on May 16th. They will also take a field trip to the Tacoma Symphony April 20th and participate in a combined symphony performance featuring students from across Puget sound and professional musicians.  All students are working on meeting their individual symbol recognition goals.

    Choir also has two exciting upcoming events. They will be performing at the Crestwood PTA Art Auction on April 28th. They also will be traveling to Cheney Stadium to sing that National Anthem at a Rainier's game during PTA sponsored "Night at the Rainiers". Tickets are available through PTA. Hope to see you there! 
     
     

    Crestwood PTA and Choir at the Tacoma Rainiers
    Come Join your friends, family and staff from Crestwood Elementary for a night of family fun and entertainment at Cheney Stadium.

    The school choir will sing the National Anthem! The Tacoma Rainiers will take on the Round Rock Express!

    Thursday, May 11th at 7:05 pm

     For more information contact Natalie Pruitt president@crestwoodpta.com 

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    Spring Testing for 3rd, 4th and 5th Grades
    We ask that you do your very best to insure that your child attends school on the following days for testing:

     

    Tuesday May 9th - Language Arts
    Thursday, May 11th - Math

     

    Tuesday, May 16th - Language Arts
    Thursday, May 18th - Language Arts

     

    Tuesday, May 23rd - Math
    Thursday, May 25th - Science (5th Grade ONLY)

     

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  • Weekly Newsletter: March 14

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 3/14/2017

    Dear Crestwood Families,
     
    The Apex Fun Run is tomorrow! Thank you in advance for supporting our school! Having the Apex staff here is kind of like bringing a leadeship camp to Crestwood. They do an outstanding job with our students. Tonight we gave the children a special Principal's Challenge.  Any student who gets a pledge of $1 per lap (or more) will be entered into a drawing to have an ice cream party with the prinicipal.  Also, if we reach our school wide goal of $1000 per lap, I will be declaring a crazy hair/hat day on Friday!
     
    Congratulations to our PTA Reflections participants!  We are very proud of all of these Orcas!  And a special congratulations to Dakota F. for winning 1st Place at the state level in K-2 Dance Choreography!  Her performance will be forwarded to compete at the National PTA Reflection Competition.
     
    Kylie K-Intermediate, Dance Choreography
    Ava M-Intermediate, Photography
    Sierra H-Intermediate, Music Composition 
    Haydon B-Intermediate, Visual Arts
    Grace M-Intermediate, Visual Arts
    Mimi G-Intermediate, Visual Arts
    Adriana B-Intermediate, Visual Arts
    Evelyn S-Intermediate, Literature
    Dakota F-Primary, Dance Choreography
    Aaron K, Intermediate, Photography
     
    Also below are the assessment dates for our state testing in English Language Arts and Math, coming up this spring for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders. Please make a special note of the specific dates for your child's grade level. Students need to be here the entire day.  Once testing gets started, we cannot have students come in late as it interrupts the testing. Thank you for your cooperation in getting your child here and on time (every day!). 
    For the Kids,

    Kay Gallo

     


    Crestwood Parent Teacher Association's APEX Fun Run
    The APEX Fun Run is Tomorrow, March 15th!

    Please feel free to visit www.apexfunrun.com to hear about this interactive program that helps schools all over the country raise money, while promoting leadership and fitness in the classes.  This year's character theme is Apex Legends, where students will follow Tikes, Seeds, Specs, Jazz, and Wheels through the pages of their legendary adventure to discover JJ Cortez’s hidden treasure. Along the way these five friends discover what it truly means to be a Legendary leader: Learn, Engage, Give, Empower, Never Quit, Do.

    During the Apex Fun Run, students will run for 30 minutes and average 26-36 laps, with the maximum amount of laps being 36 (each lap is 1/16th of a mile).  Sponsors can pledge $1, $2, $5 or any other amount for each lap students run.  All participants should have received an access code that allows you to enter pledges online.  Funds raised this year will be going to the school to pay for PTA sponsored events and programs!

    The Apex Fun Run is for every student regardless of financial giving.  All students will receive Apex bands, race-day lap counters, and team awards.  We invite all parents to come to the Apex Fun Run and share in this great event!  The times for the Apex Fun Run are as follows:

      - Grades K, 1st, & 2nd - Fun Run #1 10:15-11:00 am

      - Grades 3rd, 4th & 5th - Fun Run #2 12:45-1:30 pm

    You can help our school be successful in the following four ways:

    ●       Help connect your child to potential sponsors (family/friends) to acquire pledges.

    ●       Ask your child about the “Legend” character lessons, and download the “Apex Fun Run” App!

    ●       Come to the Apex Fun Run and don’t forget to invite others to attend our fun-filled community event on our field.

    ●       Help volunteer for the race!  We need a few parents to help cheer on students and mark laps.  If you would like to volunteer for your student’s race, please contact the PTA.

    Collection envelopes will come home on Friday March 17th and are not DUE until Friday March 24th.

     


    Lost and Found
    Our Lost and Found bins are overflowing once again!  All items left at the school in Lost and Found as of Spring Break will be boxed up and given to local charities. PLEASE come take a look through the collection of coats, sweatshirts, sweaters, jackets, gloves and hats to see if any of these items belong to your child.
     
     

    Crestwood PTA and Choir at the Tacoma Rainiers
    Come Join your friends, family and staff from Crestwood Elementary for a night of family fun and entertainment at Cheney Stadium.

    The school choir will sing the National Anthem! The Tacoma Rainiers will take on the Round Rock Express!

    Thursday, May 11th at 7:05 pm

     For more information contact Natalie Pruitt president@crestwoodpta.com 



    Spring Testing for 3rd, 4th and 5th Grades
    We ask that you do your very best to insure that your child attends school on the following days for testing:

    Tuesday May 9th - Language Arts

    Thursday, May 11th - Math

    Tuesday, May 16th - Language Arts

    Thursday, May 18th - Language Arts

    Tuesday, May 23rd - Math

    Thursday, May 25th - Science (5th Grade ONLY)

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  • Weekly Newsletter: March 10

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 3/10/2017

    Dear Crestwood Families,
     
    Last week we highlighted some Crestwwod Orcas who competed in the District STEM Fair on February 25, 2017.  We are so sorry to have failed to mention the following students who also received awards at the STEM Fair:
     
    Garrison Stevens-Smith, 1st Place in Second Grade and Agriculture Specialty Award
    Adrianna Brock, Honorable Mention in Third Grade
     

    The Sumner School District K-12 STEM Fair was held February 25, 2017, showcasing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math projects.  The STEM Fair gives students the opportunity to model the work of professional research scientists. Students who develop science projects learn or improve their skills in scientific method and experimentation, logical thinking and problem-solving, writing and public speaking, and advanced library research. Congratulations to the K-12 STEM Fair award recipients.  Top projects have the opportunity to move on to regional competition in March.

    The Apex fun run kick off was yesterday and we have a lot of information for you below. Thank you in advance for supporting our school! Having the Apex staff here is kind of like bringing a leadeship camp to Crestwood. They do an outstanding job with our students. 

    Also below are the assessment dates for our state testing in English Language Arts and Math, coming up this spring for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders.  Please make a special note of the specific dates for your child's grade level. Students need to be here the entire day.  Once testing gets started, we cannot have students come in late as it interrupts the testing. Thank you for your cooperation in getting your child here and on time (every day!). 

     

    For the Kids,

    Kay Gallo

     


    Crestwood Parent Teacher Association's APEX Fun Run
    We are so excited to introduce you to this semester’s only major fundraiser, the Apex Fun Run!  The Apex Fun Run will last for 2 weeks.

    Please look for your child’s Pledge Kit that they will receive on today.  We will have emails coming from your teachers.  Please feel free to visit www.apexfunrun.com to hear about this interactive program that helps schools all over the country raise money, while promoting leadership and fitness in the classes.  This year's character theme is Apex Legends, where students will follow Tikes, Seeds, Specs, Jazz, and Wheels through the pages of their legendary adventure to discover JJ Cortez’s hidden treasure. Along the way these five friends discover what it truly means to be a Legendary leader: Learn, Engage, Give, Empower, Never Quit, Do.

    During the Apex Fun Run, students are challenged to get pledges for the laps they will run on Wednesday, March 15th to help their school.  Students will run for 30 minutes and average 26-36 laps, with the maximum amount of laps being 36 (each lap is 1/16th of a mile).  Sponsors can pledge $1, $2, $5 or any other amount for each lap students run.  All participants will receive an access code that allows you to enter pledges online.  Funds raised this year will be going to the school to pay for PTA sponsored events and programs!

    The Apex Fun Run is for every student regardless of financial giving.  All students will receive Apex bands, race-day lap counters, and team awards.  We invite all parents to come to the Apex Fun Run and share in this great event!  The times for the Apex Fun Run are as follows:

      - Grades K, 1st, & 2nd - Fun Run #1 10:15-11:00 am

      - Grades 3rd, 4th & 5th - Fun Run #2 12:45-1:30 pm

    You can help our school be successful in the following four ways:

    ●       Help connect your child to potential sponsors (family/friends) to acquire pledges.

    ●       Ask your child about the “Legend” character lessons, and download the “Apex Fun Run” App!

    ●       Come to the Apex Fun Run and don’t forget to invite others to attend our fun-filled community event on our field.

    ●       Help volunteer for the race!  We need a few parents to help cheer on students and mark laps.  If you would like to volunteer for your student’s race, please contact the PTA.

    Collection envelopes will come home on Friday March 17th and are not DUE until Friday March 24th.

     

    Crestwood PTA and Choir at the Tacoma Rainiers
    Come Join your friends, family and staff from Crestwood Elementary for a night of family fun and entertainment at Cheney Stadium.

    The school choir will sing the National Anthem! The Tacoma Rainiers will take on the Round Rock Express!

    Thursday, May 11th at 7:05 pm

    For more information contact Natalie Pruitt president@crestwoodpta.com 

     

    Spring Testing for 3rd, 4th and 5th Grades
    We ask that you do your very best to insure that your child attends school on the following days for testing:

     

    Tuesday May 9th - Language Arts
    Thursday, May 11th - Math

    Tuesday, May 16th - Language Arts
    Thursday, May 18th - Language Arts

    Tuesday, May 23rd - Math
    Thursday, May 25th - Science (5th Grade ONLY)

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  • Weekly Newsletter: Feb. 27

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 2/27/2017

    Dear Crestwood Families,
     

    Over the weekend, Students from Sumner School District participated in the STEM Fair, held at Sumner Middle School.  Crestwood is very proud to share that two of our Orcas, Haydon Brock and Lauralynn Wiiliams received 1st & 2nd Place, respectively, in the engineering category.  Other Crestwood participants included Angelina King, Diego Stambaugh, Adriana Brock, Garrison Stevens-Smith and Elijah Schofield.  Conrgatulations to all of our Orcas! We are so very proud of you!
     

    A week ago my office was full of hearts...with beautiful messages from your children to me for Principal's Day. Thank you!  I find it a privilege and joy to be Principal of Crestwood. Your children are amazing and I hope they know how much I care about them. 
     

    A special thanks to our PTA for hosting a variety of special events for our families recently. The Book Fair, Science Night, Literacy Night and Goodies for Grands were big hits, and a great way for students and parents to spend time together. We still have many more PTA events coming so take a look at the calendar.
     

    Our 3rd and 4th graders did a beautiful job singing in their music program. Thank you Ms. Sabia for your hard work and thank you parents for supporting music education in our school. Our Crestwood Choir will be performing in March. I hope you can come. 
     

    Please help us do our job! Attendance is so very important, and I am concerned about some of our students' attendance. If they aren't here we can't work with them. Tardies and taking students out early for reasons that could be avoided are also not helpful. In March I will be sending home letters and making some phone calls to see if we can make improvments. We want to help every child do their very best in school and establishing good habits early in their school career is key to attendance in middle and high school. If there is anything I can do to help, please do let me know. I sincerly adore your children and want them to have every advantage a solid and consistent educational foundation can give them. 
    Spring conferences are scheduled for the early dismissal days of March 21 and 23.  This gives teachers an opportunity to conference with some families in the afternoon.  Due to the limited amount of time we have for our spring conferences,  teachers will not be meeting with every family.  Should you have any questions or concerns about the general progress of your child, please feel free to contact your child's teacher.
    For the Kids,
    Kay Gallo


    Crestwood Parent Teacher Association's APEX Fun Run

    We are so excited to introduce you to this semester’s only major fundraiser, the Apex Fun Run!  The Apex Fun Run will last for 2 weeks and will kick off with a Pep Rally on March 6th at 2:15 pm.

    Please look for your child’s Pledge Kit that they will receive on that day.  We will have emails coming from your teachers.  Please feel free to visit www.apexfunrun.com to hear about this interactive program that helps schools all over the country raise money, while promoting leadership and fitness in the classes.  This year's character theme is Apex Legends, where students will follow Tikes, Seeds, Specs, Jazz, and Wheels through the pages of their legendary adventure to discover JJ Cortez’s hidden treasure. Along the way these five friends discover what it truly means to be a Legendary leader: Learn, Engage, Give, Empower, Never Quit, Do.

    During the Apex Fun Run, students are challenged to get pledges for the laps they will run on Wednesday, March 15th to help their school.  Students will run for 30 minutes and average 26-36 laps, with the maximum amount of laps being 36 (each lap is 1/16th of a mile).  Sponsors can pledge $1, $2, $5 or any other amount for each lap students run.  All participants will receive an access code that allows you to enter pledges online.  Funds raised this year will be going to the school to pay for PTA sponsored events and programs!

    The Apex Fun Run is for every student regardless of financial giving.  All students will receive Apex bands, race-day lap counters, and team awards.  We invite all parents to come to the Apex Fun Run and share in this great event!  The times for the Apex Fun Run are as follows:

      - Grades K, 1st, & 2nd - Fun Run #1 10:15-11:00 am

      - Grades 3rd, 4th & 5th - Fun Run #2 12:45-1:30 pm

    You can help our school be successful in the following four ways:

    ●       Help connect your child to potential sponsors (family/friends) to acquire pledges.

    ●       Ask your child about the “Legend” character lessons, and download the “Apex Fun Run” App!

    ●       Come to the Apex Fun Run and don’t forget to invite others to attend our fun-filled community event on our field.

    ●       Help volunteer for the race!  We need a few parents to help cheer on students and mark laps.  If you would like to volunteer for your student’s race, please contact the PTA.

    Collection envelopes will come home on Friday March 17th and are not DUE until Friday March 24th.

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  • Weekly Newsletter: Feb. 13

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 2/13/2017

    Dear Crestwood Families,
     

    "Old Man Winter" has caused some havoc lately!  Snow days are not very common here in the Sumner School District, and to have three of them in a row is very rare!  Nevertheless, that is what we were faced with last week as the snow seemed to just keep coming!  We hope that you all managed through, staying safe and keeping warm!  We are happy to be back in the swing of things.  Due to the snow days, however, we will have changes to our calendar for the remainder of the year:  April 3rd (the Monday after Spring Break) will now be a school day, as will May 26th (the Friday before the long Memorial Day weekend).  Also, our last day of school will now be Monday, June 26th.  Please make a note on your calendar!
     

    Our Goodies for Grands has been rescheduled for this Thursday, February 16th at 7:45 am in the gym.
     

    Our parking lot has become a concern as of late, both at drop off and pick up times.  
     

    * Traffic to drop off or pick up students must go to the right side of the lot as you enter unless you are parking and walking in.  If you are parking and coming into the school, you MUST wait until you reach the stop sign before deviating from the flow of traffic!!!!  DO NOT jump out of line!  This makes for a dangerous situation for students, families and staff.
     

    *If you are parking and coming into the building, you must park in a parking spot.  You MAY NOT park curbside.  There are plenty of parking spaces, even if you have to park in the center aisle. If you park and walk in you and your child must use the crosswalk.
     

    A note about dropping off and picking up:  We have taken care to fully staff our drop off/pick up area as well as all around the building.  If you are choosing to drive your child to and from school, our door-to-door service at the Drop Off/Pick Up Zone IS the safest way for them to come into school.  If you park and come into the building PLEASE consider using the drop off/pick up zone instead.  The line is long, but moves quickly and efficiently!  Allow yourself and your child enough time to get to and from school, have patience, and enjoy a wonderful convenience!
     

    Having said all that, please also consider using Sumner School District Transportation.  The Transportation Department employs over 85 people dedicated to the safe transportation of students. It is their # 1 priority.
    Our buses travel over 650,000 miles each year, transporting over 4,000 students each day. Each year a safety team from The Washington State Patrol inspects our buses. Sumner has received an "Outstanding" rating for the past 10 years. This reflects the dedication and the skills of our mechanics.  Our skilled and caring bus drivers are also dedicated to your child and do a fantastic job everyday providing safe transportation.  
     

    For the Kids,
    Kay Gallo

     


    JUMP ROPE FOR HEART
    The American Heart Association's Jump Rope and Hoop for Heart is "JUMPING" and "SHOOTING" for a whole lot of Crestwood Orcas to participate!  

     

    We can already see what a giving community we have at Crestwood!!!  We have so far donated over $5000.00 to such a great cause. We are excited to have as many students as possible participating in the FREE event.  Make sure to bring in your participation waivers for easy check-in!

     

    Crestwood has several students who have been involved personally and benefitted from this wonderful event.  This event supports continued research and services provided by The American Heart Association. We are encouraging students to participate in heart healthy activities on Thursday, February 16th at Bonney Lake High School from 5:00-6:00 pm. 

     

    OUR PAGE:  www.heart.org/jump (select state, then school CRESTWOOD)

     


    Library Books
    As many of you know, we transitioned this year to having a district elementary librarian.  Sarah Hertlein spends time each week with each of the elementary schools and oversees the operation of our library.  Our library secretary, Sue Gibson, works here at Crestwood every day and helps the children with picking out and checking out their library books.
     

    When books are overdue, your child will be gently reminded to return that book(s) and will need to return it before they can check out more books.  When a book is overdue by 14 days a reminder email will be sent to parents.  After 21 days, another email will be sent.  At 30 days overdue, including weekends, the system automatically moves library material to "Lost" status and a replacement fee is assigned.   We absolutely prefer to get the book back, and once we do, any fees assigned will be dismissed, even if it is long after the 30 day mark.  
     

    Please help us by encouraging your child to take special care of a book that they have borrowed.  Perhaps it may help to have a special place at home or school where your child can keep their library book.
     

    If you do lose a book, you may pay the replacement fee in the office.
     

    Thank you for helping us to maintain our library.
     
     

                                                               
    The Interurban Center For The Arts presents this year’s annual fundraiser “Be Artful”
    February 23rd, 2017
    Doors open at 6:00 pm

    A charitable event and art experience like no other! Combining an opportunity to create your own unique art masterpiece while enjoying signature bites, live music by Root 5, and silent auction.
    This event is not to be missed.

    “Be Artful” will give you an opportunity to do just that – be artful! Guests can participate in one of three distinctive art activities of their choice. Our feature artist is Wen Qian; an exciting young artist who paints with coffee. Just perfect for our Pacific Northwestern crowd! Secondly we have artist Alice Kares leading a project using alcohol inks, and Miranda Ward will lead a project featuring wine and oil pastel.
    The evening will also feature music by Root5, a local Americana band playing contemporary music; a unique mix of alt-country, folk, honkytonk, bluegrass and rock.
     
    Tickets:  http://www.greenrivercollegefo undation.org/ica/beartful  
      $25 individual tickets
      $40 for two tickets
      This event is for guests 21 and older

    Location: Green River College’s Lindbloom Student Center – Auburn’s Main Campus
    12401 SE 320th Street , Auburn, 98092
    Attire: Casual
    Music: Root5
    Special Assistance: Those guests requiring special attention will have access to handicap parking upon request
     
    All proceeds will benefit the Interurban Center For The Arts. The ICA, a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing local elementary school age children with arts education through the dedication and help of our member art docents.
     

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  • Weekly Newsletter: Jan. 24

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 1/24/2017

    Dear Crestwood Families,

     

    We are happy to welcome Mrs. Cofield back to Crestwood this month!  Her students have missed her, as have all of us!  We are very appreciatiative of Mrs. Borovich and her willingness to take over during Mrs. Cofield's absence.  Mrs. Borovich will now return to her assignment as a permanent building substitute here at Crestwood.

     

    We have also welcomed three new employees to Crestwood this month.  Irina Yakimchuk will be covering Mrs. Wehmeyer's maternity leave beginning this Friday, January 27th, and Rose Thompson and Jessica Wright have joined the Crestwood staff as paraeducators in our Developmental Learning Center. Also, we have two student teachers who will be working in the building this spring from Pacific Lutheran University and Central Washington University. Bailey Shattuck will be working in Mrs. McDonald's room and Amanda Bills in Mrs. Frederick's room repectively. We feel fortunate to have such an amazing staff and are excited about these wonderful additions!  I know all of you will give them a warm Crestwood welcome!

     

    For the Kids,

    Kay Gallo

     

    Attendance Waiver Deadline: Jan. 31, 2017
    The window for submitting all attendance waivers for next school year is Jan. 1-31, 2017.  Resident students who wish to attend a school other than their resident school must complete the In-District Waiver Application. In-District Waiver Applications are not required each year for continued attendance unless transitioning to another school. (Example: Elementary to Middle School, or Middle School to High School)

    For students residing outside of the Sumner School District Attendance Boundaries, an Out-of-District Waiver Application is required. A Choice Transfer Request (Release of Attendance form) from the resident district is also required with the Out-of-District Waiver Application. Out-of-District Waiver Applications are required each year for continued attendance.

    For students wanting to transfer out of the Sumner School District, a Choice Transfer Request must be submitted to District Administration.

    Waiver Application Timeline:

    • Jan. 1 - 31, 2017:  All waiver applications must be submitted for consideration.  (Per Board Policy 3140, waiver applications for children of Sumner School District employees are exempt from submittal deadlines.)
    • Feb. 1 – Sept. 20, 2017:  District closed to new waiver requests.
    • Sept. 20 – 29, 2017:  Waiver applications received during this period may be considered if it has been determined the grade level and building capacity allow. 

    Visit the District Website for more information.

     

     

    Kindergarten Kickoff Events: Registration Begins Jan. 30
    Do you have a child who will be 5 years old by Aug. 31, 2017?  Parents and caregivers of students entering kindergarten are invited to learn about kindergarten in the Sumner School District and receive a registration packet.  Packets will be available at elementary schools and online beginning Jan. 30.

    The information session will provide:

    • Details about the kindergarten program
    • Information about registration and required forms
    • Ways that families and children can be supported during the transition to kindergarten
    • Overview about the Sumner School District and offerings
    • Opportunity to communicate with district staff and ask questions

    Choose a session that is convenient for you. No registration is required. Childcare not provided.

    • Jan. 24
      10 – 11 a.m.
      District Office, 1202 Wood Avenue in Sumner
    • Jan. 24
      6 – 7 p.m.
      Sumner Middle School, 1508 Willow Street in Sumner
    • Jan. 26
      6 – 7 p.m.
      Bonney Lake High School, 10920 199th Ave. Ct. E. in Bonney Lake

     

     

    JUMP ROPE FOR HEART

    The American Heart Association's Jump Rope and Hoop for Heart is "JUMPING" off this week and "SHOOTING" for a whole lot of Crestwood Orcas to participate!

    Crestwood has several students who have been involved personally and benefitted from this wonderful event.  This event supports continued research and services provided by The American Heart Association.  Although raising funds is always helpful, we are encouraging students to participate in heart healthy activities on Thursday, February 16th at Bonney Lake High School from 5:00-6:00 pm.  This event is FREE and will include all eight elementary schools.

    Packets will be coming home on Friday with your child, and will provide more details about the event and optional fundraising.  Included in the packet is information about online access to more heart healthy choices!

    OUR PAGE:  www.heart.org/jump (select state, then school CRESTWOOD)

     

     

    PTA Watch Dogs

    Have you heard about Watch Dogs?  This is a NEW PTA program at Crestwood.  The goal of the Watch Dogs is to increase the involvement of dads in our school, and also extends to other male support figures such as grandfathers, uncles and adult brothers. The aim is to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.

    PTA's goal is to have one dad at the school every day. One of their roles is helping at recess times to organize games and assist the Paras as needed.  Another role our Watch Dog Dads take on is helping in a few of the classrooms, as directed by the teacher.

    If you are interested in becoming a Watch Dog Dad, please email Ali Santman at watchdogs@crestwoodpta.com

     

     

    Now Available: K-12 STEM Fair Project Packets
    STEM Fairs give students the opportunity to model the work of professional research scientists. Students who develop science projects learn or improve their skills in scientific method and experimentation, logical thinking and problem-solving, writing and public speaking, and advanced library research. Students will present projects to science fair judges, with the top projects moving on to regional competition in March.

     

    Each school will send first, second, and third place entries and two honorable mention entries per grade level at each school on to the District Science Fair. To ask questions or to volunteer for the Science Fair, please e-mail Kelly Denn or Don Pruett


    February 25, 2017
    Sumner Middle School

    10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

     

     

    When Inclement Weather Hits...
    When inclement weather occurs, our goal is to make information available to families about school closure or changes in the school schedule by 5:30 a.m. In this digital age, here's how we can quickly reach you with this information:

    • Family Access: Log into Family Access and click on "Skylert" located in the left-side column. The options you can choose in the "Emergency" column designate how we contact you with closure or school schedule changes. Please be aware that if all "emergency" boxes are checked for various contacts, you could receive closure or changes in the school schedule information multiple ways!  By house phone, cell phone, email, and text.
       
    • FlashAlert: The Sumner School District uses FlashAlert Newswire (previously org) to inform media and parents of weather closures and school schedule information. Families can subscribe to information posted on the Newswire at www.flashalert.net.

     

    Please continue to stay informed by accessing the Emergency Hotline (253-891-6001), the Sumner School District website and staying connected on Facebook and Twitter.   

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  • Weekly Newsletter: Jan. 3

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 1/3/2017

    Dear Crestwood Families,

     

    Welcome Back!  I hope you had a restful and joyful winter break.  Here at Crestwood we are ready to take on 2017!  Please note the many reminder dates of all the things happening here at Crestwood this winter.  It will be a busy and productive time for our Orcas!

     

    As we begin the new year, I ask that you take a moment and review our drop off and pick up procedures (see below).  While in the school's parking lot, please proceed cautiously!  Recently we have taken note of cars driving too fast through the parking lot.  We have 450 children dismissing from our building at the same time.  Please stay alert and drive SLOWLY!

     

    For the Kids,

    Kay Gallo

     

    Procedures for Student Drop Off or Pick Up

    When entering the Crestwood campus, you have two options to follow once you get to the parking lot entrance :

    1. You may turn right to go to the drop off/pick up area station.

    OR

    1. You may turn left to go park. There are 3 rows designated for parking and we have asked staff not to park there. If you park, we ask that you continue to use the main entrance and crosswalk to come into the building.

     

    AM DROP OFF

    Proceed in a line to the student drop off area which we call the “Drop Off Zone”.  There are staff members there to assist students getting out of cars safely beginning at 8:10 am (9:45 am on Wednesdays).  

    Students walk to their classrooms and use their outside doors. If students eat breakfast in the morning, they may enter through the gym doors.

    After dropping off your child, EXIT by turning left through an “Exit Only” row of our parking lot.

     

    PM PICK UP

    Proceed in line to the student pick up area which we call the “Pick Up Zone”.  Students who are regularly picked up and those students who have a note for special pick up situations will be waiting there.  Students will be lined up according to grade.  If families have more than one student in more than one grade level, the older student(s) will stand with the youngest student in the family.  There are staff members there to assist students getting into cars safely.

     

    Our goal is to quickly and efficiently get students loaded into their vehicles. Families who pick up on a regular basis will receive a bright colored placard with their students’ names on it to display in the vehicle window (placards can be obtained from the office - an occassional pick up does not require a placard). 

     

    When a staff member sees the placard and identifies the vehicle and adult, students will be instructed to go and stand at one of four “stations” designated by a solid color flag.  Please be assured that staff will be vigilant in dismissing students to the appropriate adult.

     

    In most cases, when a car comes to the front of the line, we are able to find and place the student in the car quickly. If a car comes to the front of the line and a student is not there, we may ask you to park in the first few parking spots by the pickup area while we locate your child.

     

    If you have chosen to park and walk up to get your child, please be aware that you will need to come into the building, wait in the front entry until the bell rings for dismissal, and then proceed to the library where a staff member will release your student to you. 

     

    ANY CHANGES in student dismissal plans must be communicated with the office by 2:00 pm.

     

    ALSO, it is important that parents NEVER attempt to retrieve a child from the bus line/area.  This is a very unsafe situation!  If your child has already lined up to get on a bus and you wish to take them with you, you will need to come into the office and we will walkie-talkie to the staff members on bus duty to retrieve your child.

     

     

    Attendance Waiver Deadline: Jan. 31, 2017
    The window for submitting all attendance waivers for next school year is Jan. 1-31, 2017.  Resident students who wish to attend a school other than their resident school must complete the In-District Waiver Application. In-District Waiver Applications are not required each year for continued attendance unless transitioning to another school. (Example: Elementary to Middle School, or Middle School to High School)

    For students residing outside of the Sumner School District Attendance Boundaries, an Out-of-District Waiver Application is required. A Choice Transfer Request (Release of Attendance form) from the resident district is also required with the Out-of-District Waiver Application. Out-of-District Waiver Applications are required each year for continued attendance.

    For students wanting to transfer out of the Sumner School District, a Choice Transfer Request must be submitted to District Administration.

    Waiver Application Timeline:

    • Jan. 1 - 31, 2017:  All waiver applications must be submitted for consideration.  (Per Board Policy 3140, waiver applications for children of Sumner School District employees are exempt from submittal deadlines.)
    • Feb. 1 – Sept. 20, 2017:  District closed to new waiver requests.
    • Sept. 20 – 29, 2017:  Waiver applications received during this period may be considered if it has been determined the grade level and building capacity allow. 

    Visit the District Website for more information.

     

     

    Kindergarten Kickoff Events: Registration Begins Jan. 30
    Do you have a child who will be 5 years old by Aug. 31, 2017?  Parents and caregivers of students entering kindergarten are invited to learn about kindergarten in the Sumner School District and receive a registration packet.  Packets will be available at elementary schools and online beginning Jan. 30.

    The information session will provide:

    • Details about the kindergarten program
    • Information about registration and required forms
    • Ways that families and children can be supported during the transition to kindergarten
    • Overview about the Sumner School District and offerings
    • Opportunity to communicate with district staff and ask questions

    Choose a session that is convenient for you. No registration is required. Childcare not provided.

    • Jan. 24
      10 – 11 a.m.
      District Office, 1202 Wood Avenue in Sumner
    • Jan. 24
      6 – 7 p.m.
      Sumner Middle School, 1508 Willow Street in Sumner
    • Jan. 26
      6 – 7 p.m.
      Bonney Lake High School, 10920 199th Ave. Ct. E. in Bonney Lake

     

     

    PTA Watch Dogs

    Have you heard about Watch Dogs?  This is a NEW PTA program at Crestwood.  The goal of the Watch Dogs is to increase the involvement of dads in our school, and also extends to other male support figures such as grandfathers, uncles and adult brothers. The aim is to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.

    PTA's goal is to have one dad at the school every day. One of their roles is helping at recess times to organize games and assist the Paras as needed.  Another role our Watch Dog Dads take on is helping in a few of the classrooms, as directed by the teacher.

    If you are interested in becoming a Watch Dog Dad, please email Ali Santman at watchdogs@crestwoodpta.com

     

     

    Now Available: K-12 STEM Fair Project Packets
    STEM Fairs give students the opportunity to model the work of professional research scientists. Students who develop science projects learn or improve their skills in scientific method and experimentation, logical thinking and problem-solving, writing and public speaking, and advanced library research. Students will present projects to science fair judges, with the top projects moving on to regional competition in March.

     

    Each school will send first, second, and third place entries and two honorable mention entries per grade level at each school on to the District Science Fair. To ask questions or to volunteer for the Science Fair, please e-mail Kelly Denn or Don Pruett


    February 25, 2017
    Sumner Middle School

    10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

     

     

    When Inclement Weather Hits...

    When inclement weather occurs, our goal is to make information available to families about school closure or changes in the school schedule by 5:30 a.m. In this digital age, here's how we can quickly reach you with this information:

    • Family Access: Log into Family Access and click on "Skylert" located in the left-side column. The options you can choose in the "Emergency" column designate how we contact you with closure or school schedule changes. Please be aware that if all "emergency" boxes are checked for various contacts, you could receive closure or changes in the school schedule information multiple ways!  By house phone, cell phone, email, and text.
       
    • FlashAlert: The Sumner School District uses FlashAlert Newswire (previously org) to inform media and parents of weather closures and school schedule information. Families can subscribe to information posted on the Newswire at www.flashalert.net.

     

    Please continue to stay informed by accessing the Emergency Hotline (253-891-6001), the Sumner School District website and staying connected on Facebook and Twitter.   

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  • Weekly Newsletter: Dec. 12

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 12/12/2016

    Dear Crestwood Families,

     

    The year is flying by! I am so very proud to be your principal and so very thankful for an outstanding 2016 at Crestwood.

    I truly enjoy your children and thank you for entrusting us with them for another year!

    On behalf of the Crestwood Staff, we wish you a beautiful holiday with your children, filled with special moments that will become precious memories!   They only stay little for so long!

    We will see you in 2017!

    For the Kids,

    Kay Gallo

     

    Lost and Found

    It's that time of Year!

    Our Lost and Found is overflowing and we will be spreading it out on tables this week for parents to come and claim.  

    Please take time out of your week and come by to check for your child's things.  

    Everything left at the end of the week will be donated to charity!

     

     

    PTA Watch Dogs

    Have you heard about Watch Dogs?  This is a NEW PTA program at Crestwood.  The goal of the Watch Dogs is to increase the involvement of dads in our school, and also extends to other male support figures such as grandfathers, uncles and adult brothers. The aim is to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.

    PTA's goal is to have one dad at the school every day. One of their roles is helping at recess times to organize games and assist the Paras as needed.  Another role our Watch Dog Dads take on is helping in a few of the classrooms, as directed by the teacher.

    If you are interested in becoming a Watch Dog Dad, please email Ali Santman at watchdogs@crestwoodpta.com

     

     

    Sumner School District STEM Fair  

    Saturday, February 25, 2017

     Sumner Middle School

    1508 Willow Street

    Sumner, WA 98390

    We are very proud in the Sumner School District to be hosting a true STEM Fair in which students can choose to enter either a science project or an engineering project. One project per student, please!  Each school will be able to send to the District STEM Fair a maximum of five entries PER GRADE LEVEL which will include first, second and third place entries as well as two honorable mention entries per grade level. Below you will find links to the applications for a Science Project or an Engineering Project.  If your child is interested in participating in the STEM Fair, please click on the links below and follow the directions for the project.  Application forms are due to Mrs. Gallo by  January 10, 2017.                   . All applications must be signed by the principal in order for a project to be eligible for the District STEM Fair.  Crestwood student projects are due to the office by Friday, February 3, 2017.

    SSD Science Project:  Stem Fair Science Project Application Packet

    SSD Engineering Project: Stem Fair Engineering Project Application Packet

     

     

    PTA Reflections

    Don't forget your Reflections projects are due no later than December 16th.  Please turn projects in to the office.  The judging will take place on January 10th! Have fun, be creative, and share the theme..."My Story".  For questions please contact Heidi Kriss at heidikriss@comcast.net

     

     

    When Inclement Weather Hits...

    When inclement weather occurs, our goal is to make information available to families about school closure or changes in the school schedule by 5:30 a.m. In this digital age, here's how we can quickly reach you with this information:

    • Family Access: Log into Family Access and click on "Skylert" located in the left-side column. The options you can choose in the "Emergency" column designate how we contact you with closure or school schedule changes. Please be aware that if all "emergency" boxes are checked for various contacts, you could receive closure or changes in the school schedule information multiple ways!  By house phone, cell phone, email, and text.
       
    • FlashAlert: The Sumner School District uses FlashAlert Newswire (previously org) to inform media and parents of weather closures and school schedule information. Families can subscribe to information posted on the Newswire at www.flashalert.net.

     

    Please continue to stay informed by accessing the Emergency Hotline (253-891-6001), the Sumner School District website and staying connected on Facebook and Twitter.   

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  • Weekly Newsletter: Dec. 5

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 12/5/2016

    Dear Crestwood Families,

     

    Physical activity for students is important. We know that here at Crestwood our students work very hard during class time and breaks are needed. Just like adults, fresh air and movement keeps our brains working efficiently!

     

    Students at CWE participate in two recesses.  Everyday, students get a 30 minute recess break each day. With a larger student body this year, we have adopted three recesses into our schedule: 11:00-11:30 for 4th and 5th grades, 11:30-12:00 for 2nd and 3rd grades and 12:00-12:30 for Kindergarten and 1st grades.  To maintain a safe environment, all three recesses are supervised by staff. 

     

    In addition to a daily 30 minute recess, students get a 15 minute recess on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays. Fridays. 

     

    When planning for the new school year, our specialists and building leadership team made the decision to try something progressive and unique at our second recess time on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (Friday would remain a free-choice).  Our goal was to make sure students were engaging in physical movement for this quick 15 minutes, playing popular recess games with success, and having positive interactions with each other. We viewed this as an opportunity to be proactive and set our students up for success while getting purposeful movement.  

     

    We implemented a program called Orca Whaleness during our Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 15 minute recess. We took time to teach students how to play popular recess games like four-square, basketball and tetherball, and to have the opportunity to work on fitness with things like jumping rope and running/jogging..  

     

    By offering activities in rotation at each of these recesses, students gain exposure and knowledge about a variety of recess activities. Rotating through each activity would ensure that all students learned the same rules, and therefore may avoid conflict later on. 

     

    We started Orca Whalness in September with walking/running the track, playing 4 square, jumping rope and doing music/movement games. We taught rules and practiced games for the first several weeks. To add more choices we moved all students outside in October and continued to add even more options.  The students have been doing an amazing job and we are happy they are engaged in positive activity. We are also adding Watch Dog Dads, the PTA sponsored program for Dads who wish to volunteer during the school day, to this time so that we can continue to add more games or activities to this recess. 

     

    Through Orca Whaleness we are reaching our goal of students getting some great physical activity and having positive interactions with their peers. 

     

    If you have any further questions or want more information, please do not hesitate to contact me.

     

     

    Have a great week!

    For the Kids,

    Kay Gallo

     

     

    PTA Watch Dogs

    Have you heard about Watch Dogs?  This is a NEW PTA program at Crestwood.  The goal of the Watch Dogs is to increase the involvement of dads in our school, and also extends to other male support figures such as grandfathers, uncles and adult brothers. The aim is to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.

    PTA's goal is to have one dad at the school every day. One of their roles is helping at recess times to organize games and assist the Paras as needed.  Another role our Watch Dog Dads take on is helping in a few of the classrooms, as directed by the teacher.

    If you are interested in becoming a Watch Dog Dad, please email Ali Santman at watchdogs@crestwoodpta.com

     

     

    Sumner School District STEM Fair  

    Saturday, February 25, 2017

     Sumner Middle School

    1508 Willow Street

    Sumner, WA 98390

    We are very proud in the Sumner School District to be hosting a true STEM Fair in which students can choose to enter either a science project or an engineering project. One project per student, please!  Each school will be able to send to the District STEM Fair a maximum of five entries PER GRADE LEVEL which will include first, second and third place entries as well as two honorable mention entries per grade level. Below you will find links to the applications for a Science Project or an Engineering Project.  If your child is interested in participating in the STEM Fair, please click on the links below and follow the directions for the project.  Application forms are due to Mrs. Gallo by  January 10, 2017.                   . All applications must be signed by the principal in order for a project to be eligible for the District STEM Fair.  Crestwood student projects are due to the office by Friday, February 3, 2017.

    SSD Science Project:  Stem Fair Science Project Application Packet

    SSD Engineering Project: Stem Fair Engineering Project Application Packet

     

     

    PTA Reflections

    Don't forget your Reflections projects are due no later than December 16th.  Please turn projects in to the office.  The judging will take place on January 10th! Have fun, be creative, and share the theme..."My Story".  For questions please contact Heidi Kriss at heidikriss@comcast.net

     

     

    When Inclement Weather Hits...

    When inclement weather occurs, our goal is to make information available to families about school closure or changes in the school schedule by 5:30 a.m. In this digital age, here's how we can quickly reach you with this information:

    • Family Access: Log into Family Access and click on "Skylert" located in the left-side column. The options you can choose in the "Emergency" column designate how we contact you with closure or school schedule changes. Please be aware that if all "emergency" boxes are checked for various contacts, you could receive closure or changes in the school schedule information multiple ways!  By house phone, cell phone, email, and text.
       
    • FlashAlert: The Sumner School District uses FlashAlert Newswire (previously org) to inform media and parents of weather closures and school schedule information. Families can subscribe to information posted on the Newswire at www.flashalert.net.

     

    Please continue to stay informed by accessing the Emergency Hotline (253-891-6001), the Sumner School District website and staying connected on Facebook and Twitter.  

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  • Weekly Newsletter: Nov. 28

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 11/28/2016

    Dear Crestwood Families,

    One of our Crestwood Goals is to have all of our students master "Math Facts", now called math fluencies. Listed in the chart is what our students need to know from memory at each grade level by the end of the school year. All teachers do weekly practice and monthly assessments to follow student growth. Without these building blocks of math, students tend to struggle with more complex math problems and concepts. 

     

    For two years now we have sent a fluency assessment home for summer practice, and had students take the assessment when they returned in the fall. Students who passed with 90% recently had a special recess celebration!  By doing this and tracking the scores from spring to fall, we have learned that a lot of students are not retaining fluency facts over the summer, which means they truly have not mastered them. Please continue all year long in helping your child practice!  Just like reading practice is crucial for literacy development, having math fluency is crucial in for continued success in math.Thank you for supporting your student!

     

    Have a great week!

    For the Kids,

    Kay Gallo

     

    Required Fluencies in K-6  Common Core State Standards

    Grade

    Standard

    Required Fluency

    Kindergarten

    K.OA.5

    Add/Subtract within 5

    1

    1.OA.6

    Add/Subtract within 20

    2

    2.OA.2

    2.NBT.5

    Add/Subtract within 20 (know single digit sums from memory)

    Add/Subtract within 100

    3

    3.OA.7

    3.NBT.2

    Multiply/Divide within 100 (know single digit products from memory

    Add/Subtract within 1000

    4

    4.NBT.4

    Add/Subtract within 1,000,000

    5

    5.NBT.5

    Multi-digit multiplication

    6

    6NS.2,3

    Multi-digit division and multi-digit decimal operations


    Congratulations to our Fluency Champs!

    1st Grade Fluency Champs

    Olsen
    Addison
    Adelaide
    Haily
    Jordan
    Lauren
    Lilli L
    Lochlan
    Madison
    Nolan
    Owen
    Sam
    Sammie

    Norton
    Clarence
    Colin
    Emma
    Julbilee
    Kai B
    Maraya
    Riley
    Sarah
    Skyler
    Sophia
    Wesley

    Julian
    Abigail
    Bo
    Charlie
    Chase
    Lane
    Max
    River
    Angela

    2nd Grade Fluency Champs
    Crowley
    Alezandra
    Ashton
    Bristol
    Cortez
    Elsa
    Haven
    Jace F
    Jacob
    Jonas
    Madi
    Maelee
    Ryan
    Sophie
    Xander

    Willis
    Audrey
    Colby
    Gavin
    Jackson G
    Keira
    Logan
    McKenzie
    Megan
    Novellah

    Nieblas
    Iris
    Reece
    Dakota
    Zoie
    Jaxon G
    Jackson H
    Audrey
    Keton
    Cole
    Sarah
    Brody P
    Cash
    Nicholas
    Payton

    Collins
    Colby
    Eli C
    Dylan
    Julia
    Peyton
    Asher
    Zoey
    Qunten
    Robert
    Addison
    Garrison
    Emma
    Evan

    3rd Grade Fluency Champs
    Hoefs
    Logan
    Aleah

    Cofield
    Liam

    Frederick
    Paityn
    Brandon
    Phillip
    Kylie

    Harter
    Lucy
    Natalie
    Jackson
    Stephanie
    Carson

    4th Grade Fluency Champs
    Nelson
    Nathan
    Brooke
    Aaron
    Jalen
    Nicholas
    Victoria

    Norbeck
    Maleah
    Ben
    Matthew
    Jacob L
    Call

    Tomyn
    Anna
    Graeson
    Makenzie
    Mason
    Noelani
    Walker

    5th Grade Fluency Champs
    Norton
    Haydon
    Olivia
    Jason
    Ryan G
    Mimi
    Sierra
    Angelina
    Matthew
    Diego
    Max
    Hollie
    Lauralynn

    Allpress
    Ella
    Kaleigh
    Clayton
    Amanda
    Alex
    Alexander
    Aurora
    Jadyn
    Ming
    Ava
    Keara
    Katelynn
    Elijah
    Susie
    Austin
    Bryce

    Sousa
    Jake
    Lydia
    Weston
    Evie
    Jesika
    Nevaeh
    Spyncer
    Saige
    Ethan
    Cylus
    Chris
    Jacob

     

    PTA Reflections

    Don't forget your Reflections projects are due no later than December 16th.  Please turn projects in to the office.  The judging will take place on January 10th! Have fun, be creative, and share the theme..."My Story".  For questions please contact Heidi Kriss at heidikriss@comcast.net

     

    When Inclement Weather Hits...

    When inclement weather occurs, our goal is to make information available to families about school closure or changes in the school schedule by 5:30 a.m. In this digital age, here's how we can quickly reach you with this information:

    • Family Access: Log into Family Access and click on "Skylert" located in the left-side column. The options you can choose in the "Emergency" column designate how we contact you with closure or school schedule changes. Please be aware that if all "emergency" boxes are checked for various contacts, you could receive closure or changes in the school schedule information multiple ways!  By house phone, cell phone, email, and text.
       
    • FlashAlert: The Sumner School District uses FlashAlert Newswire (previously org) to inform media and parents of weather closures and school schedule information. Families can subscribe to information posted on the Newswire at www.flashalert.net.

     

    Please continue to stay informed by accessing the Emergency Hotline (253-891-6001), the Sumner School District website and staying connected on Facebook and Twitter.   

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