Seattle Public Schools will host five community meetings to share information on the District’s five-year Strategic Plan, with tailored comments, topics and data from each of the five educational regions. These meetings are designed to engage families, students, staff and community members in ideas to ensure academic success for every one of our students. There will also be time for participants to ask questions of the Superintendent and District leadership. For the complete text click HERE.
We need your donations to make this event a success. Save clothing in wearable condition, household items others could use, books and music for fresh ears and eyes to enjoy, furniture in good condition, toys, games and puzzles with all pieces and parts and sporting equipment for a budding athlete.
Mark your calendar and come to the Rummage Sale on Saturday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. There will be great deals to be had, baked goods, and music from our very own award winning jazz combos.
All new parents/guardians and incoming students are invited to an informational evening on February 26 at 7 pm at Eckstein. We look forward to meeting our new families at this event.
New families with Special Education students are invited to attend an informational session about our Special Education programs at 6:30 pm. This is prior to the event at 7 pm.
ASL interpreters are available upon request. Please contact Ann Peterson at email@example.com if you need one.
Eckstein Middle School, Hamilton Middle School and Addams K-8
are proud to announce the
Northeast Region High School Information Night
Feb. 4th, 2014, 7-9 p.m. in the Eckstein Auditorium
3003 N.E.75th Street, Main office 206-252-5010
- All Eckstein, Hamilton and Addams 8th Graders and their families are encouraged to attend!
- More information about this event can be found in the attached flyer: Northeast Region High School Information Night.pdf
- A chart with details about tours and school visits can be found here: Class of 2018 High School Visit Information.pdf
Information, maps and FAQs are posted at http://bit.ly/GrowthBoundaries. Please see these two attachments as well:
For specific information on where your child will be assigned for next year (2014-15), please go to the Address Look-up Tool on the district’s web site. This tool will be updated by the end of this week to reflect changes approved by the School Board for the 2014-15 school year.
Brochure from Seattle Department of Transportation on planning for winter weather. Click HERE for information on planning for winter travel, including a map of area snow routes.
- our mission and vision,
- student assurances,
- access to Fusion and The Source, the Seattle Schools information websites.
Some of you may have heard from your students about changes to the dress code this year.
The good news is:
· There are only two changes to the existing dress code
· The affected clothing can still be worn with modification
The not so good news is:
· Even though we have delivered the information to students in a number of different ways, there are still some misunderstandings
· When we were unable to share this information with parents during Open Houses, it got lost in the opening of school shuffle
SO to clarify…
1. The explanation of the dress code policy can be found in the student’s planner on page 7.
2. The two changes relate to yoga pants/leggings and tank tops
a. Both are allowed but not as the outside layer of clothing
b. For yoga pants and leggings, another item (tunic, shorts, skirt) must be worn that extends over the gluteal region (please see above)
c. For tank tops, our guideline is a width of three fingers. Our main objective is to have it fit well enough so that the chest and abdominals are not exposed (for boys) and that undergarments are completely covered (for girls)
3. Students who do not meet dress code will be allowed to call home and given appropriate attire to wear back to class so they do not miss instruction. It is up to the student to return to the office to retrieve any items dropped off from home.
We appreciate your support with this and understand that our communication could have been better. Thank you for supporting Eckstein in our efforts to maintain a respectful environment focused on learning. If you have any questions, please contact Jolene Anderson, Assistant Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org