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    Principal Posten Email Nov 19: Family Curriculum Night links and content
    Posted on 10/21/2020

    Christina Posten

    Family Night/Curriculum Night!

    Hi Wildcats, 

    Below is the information that was presented at Family Night On November 19th. 
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     PowerPoint Presentation


    Family Night  Tonight, November 19th we will meet for a Community Gathering at 6:30 PM. We will share general information and updates and then invite you to log into Schoology where you will find a video from each teacher. The videos will include important information about the class, how your student can find success, and what to expect for the year. If you are unable to attend the Community Gathering, or spend the time watching the video on the 19th, please watch them at your convenience. They will be posted through December 1st.

    To join us for the Community Gathering on November 19th at 6:30 PM please use the following links. We will host gatherings in both Spanish and English:

    Community Gathering: Click here to join the meeting

    Reunión Comunitaria: Click here to join the meeting

    Attendance: Reminder that vacations are considered unexcused absences. However, with Remote Learning, students have access to their coursework and materials. Students will not receive academic penalties for missing classes. Please have your student complete their coursework as listed in Schoology.

    Winter Food and Basic Needs Support: If your family needs winter/ holiday food and basic needs support, please complete this form:

    District Wide Food Distribution:

    District Remote Learning Resources:

    • Childcare
    • Digital Tools
    • Health and Wellness
    • Student Meals
    • Teaching and Learning
    • Digital Tools
    • Updates

    Laptops: To reserve a laptop please complete this form:

    Kevin Hernandez, will contact you with additional information.

    Kings Rise Up! For Male Students of Color

    There is a new online program for male students of color.  The Kings Rise Up! (KRU!) program is holding weekly online sessions for male students of color from 3-5 pm on Wednesdays and includes a $100 gift card incentive for completion of the program.   The WAPI Behavioral Health Program offers mental health counseling and other supports.  Although the program began November 4, registration is still open and male students of color are encouraged to join.  If you have any students that might be interested, please contact our Prevention and Intervention Specialist Erika Ellis at or contact the counselor named Astro at WAPI Community Services:


    Phone: (503) 498-8460

    Additional contact information: Bonnie Wang, Director of Clinical Services at WAPI at

    WAPI Seattle is a great resource for students of color and offer school-based programs in South Seattle. They also have music programs that are highly rated that integrate wellness and prevention goals.