It’s never to early to get ready for next school year! A few helpful links (please check back often as we continue to post the most current information):
Cascade View Announcements
2017 summer school information
April 2017 (check back as more details are finalized)
Summer school will run Monday through Thursday from July 5-August 3, 2017.
Questions? Contact Chief Academic Officer JoAnne Fabian, 206-901-8032.
- ORIENTATION SESSION FOR INVITED STUDENTS: June 1, 6-7 p.m., Tukwila Elementary. More information.
- Focus: Targeted literacy, math, and English language support for identified students who will benefit from summer intervention
- Coordinator: Javier Roman, Thorndyke Assistant Principal
- Contact: Javier Roman, 206-901-7617; or Julie Herdt, 206-901-7600
- Location: Tukwila Elementary
- Time: 8:15-8:30 a.m.—breakfast, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.—educational program, 12:30-1 p.m.—lunch
- After-school program: provided by the City of Tukwila Parks and Recreation, 1-3 p.m.
- About 300 students were notified of eligibility and invited to enroll in summer school in mid-March. After assessments in April, schools will evaluate data and send out a second round of invitations as needed. If you have questions or believe your child would benefit from summer school, please contact your school principal.
- Focus: Targeted literacy and math support for identified students who will benefit from summer intervention; retrieval of Washington state history and/or science credit(s)
- Coordinator: Suzanne Hamilton, Showalter Dean of Students, 206-7817
- Location: Showalter Middle School
- Time: 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
- Focus: Credit recovery and acceleration through Tukwila Online School
- Coordinator Brian Seigel, Foster Math Teacher, 206-901-8077
- Location: Foster High School
- Time: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
- Credit Recovery
- Summer-school elementary positions posted: February 2017
- Letters to families of eligible elementary students inviting them to summer school: Early March 2017 with follow-up letters in late April
- Professional development for elementary summer-school teachers: June 22 and 23
Stay updated with the 2016 bond projects
Want to know more about the 2016 bond projects, including the history, projects, timelines, and logistics?
Have a question? Contact Dr. Judith Berry, Associate Superintendent, at 206-901-8037.
Weekly video updates by Dr. Judith Berry, Associate Superintendent
May 11, 2017
COLD & FLU PREVENTION TIPS
COLD & FLU PREVENTION TIPS
Cold and flu season is here & prevention should always be a top priority for our families. Here are some great cold and flu prevention tips that that will hopefully keep everyone healthy this flu season:
- WASH YOUR HANDS for at least 20 seconds with soap and water OR use alcohol based hand sanitizers.
- Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth with your hands between washing them.
- If your doctor recommends it, get a flu shot for your entire family. It’s fast, easy and effective.
- Don’t share food, drinks, lip balm or toothbrushes with anyone, even family members. Germs can spread!
- Avoid kissing on the lips if you feel yourself getting sick. *This can be especially hard with young children, but try to refrain. Also, try to avoid letting people touch your baby’s hands as well.
- Clean doorknobs, bathrooms and children’s toys with disinfecting cleaner often.
- Yogurt has been shown to stimulate production of an immune system substance that fights disease. So, eat up!
- Let fresh air into your home at least 1x week even if it is extremely cold outside. Studies have shown that the air inside your home is 2 to 5 times worse than the air outside. Allowing fresh air in will help to get stale, unhealthy air out.
- Get plenty of sleep and drink plenty of water so that your body will be able to fight off illness.
- STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK! No need to spread your germs to others. If you do end-up with a cold…
- Eventually, someone in your family WILL end-up with a cold or flu. Be sure the sick person gets plenty of rest and try some of these great natural cold remedies to help them feel better faster:
- Increase your vitamin C intake to 1,000 mg/day to help boost your immune system and shorten your cold.
- Zinc lozenges taken every 2 hours have been shown to help shorten a cold.
- Stay hydrated with non-caffeinated drinks and use a humidifier to keep nasal passages moist.
- Get plenty of rest! Overdoing it will only prolong your illness.
- Eat chicken soup. Studies suggest that the ingredients in chicken soup have anti-inflammatory properties.
- Don’t sniff! Blow your nose often to remove mucus from your head. *Also, remember to not leave dirty tissues around and wash your hands after blowing to avoid spreading your germs to others.
- Gargle 4 to 5 times a day with warm water + a teaspoon of salt to help relieve a sore throat.
- Take a steamy shower. The moist heat will help clear and soothe congested nasal passages.
- Apply hot or cold washcloths to eye area to relieve congested sinuses. *Wet washcloth and put in microwave for a few seconds for heat or in the freezer for cold. BE SURE TO TEST THE TEMPERATURE BEFORE APPLYING TO YOUR FACE.
- Elevate your head with extra pillows to help with drainage. CAUTION: If you have an infant or small child, DO NOT place pillows in the crib. This is a serious SIDS risk!
!GRATIS ! CLASES DE INGLÉS PARA ADULTOS
!GRATIS ! CLASES DE INGLÉS PARA ADULTOS
- Horario: Lunes y Martes
- 9:15 am ‐ 11:00 am
- Lugar: Thorndyke Elementary School
- 4415 South 150th Street, Tukwila, WA 98168
Las clases son completamente gratis. Se necesitan nuevos estudiantes
Para inscribirse, venga a la Escuela Primaria de Thorndyke el Lunes o Martes. Llamar al Ms. Browne 206 901 7603 o Alberto Florez 206 348 7329
Necesitamos su nombre y número de teléfono.
January family newsletter now available
Spike in flu cases: Keep kids home if sick!
Winter health reminders
Public Health officials are warning of a spike in flu activity this month—in fact, the number of people in hospital emergency departments with flu-like illnesses to-date is more than for the previous five years at this time of year, and we have not peaked yet. Please make sure to wash your hands frequently and get a flu shot, especially if you’re part of a vulnerable population (people with asthma, diabetes, heart disease …). To keep our school community healthy, please keep children home from school for at least 24 hours AFTER they have a fever or signs of a fever, without the use of a fever-reducing medicine.
Also be aware that a mumps outbreak recently occurred in south King County and pertussis is circulating through the community. It is critical for the health and safety of our students that everyone who attends a Tukwila school is up to date on his or her vaccinations. You will soon receive a letter from your school nurse if your student is out of compliance; there are many community resources that will provide the needed vaccinations in one visit for free or an affordable cost. Contact your school nurse if you have questions.
Class lists posted: Friday, Sept. 2
Please join us for this opportunity to have some fun, see who your new teacher is, reconnect with old classmates, and check out your new classroom! Hope to see you there!
- Class Lists Posted
- Cascade View Elementary School, 13601 32nd Ave. S., Tukwila
- Friday, September 2, 2016
- 3 to 5 p.m.
- Questions? Call 206-901-7700
Back-to-school information: Bus routes, calendar, supplies, more …
School starts Tuesday, Sept. 6. See you then!
Are you ready for the 2016-17 school year? Because we are ready for you! Here are resources that you might need as Sept. 6 approaches:
- 2016-17 school-year calendar (each student and staff member will receive a large printed copy in their back-to-school materials)
- School supplies
- New-student registration
- 2016-17 bus routes
- HealthPoint Clinic: Physicals and immunizations (free for those without insurance)
2016-17 school supply list
See you Sept. 6 for the first day of school!