The laws related to transporting children in cars can be confusing, since they change when a child gets older and/or growns taller. To help every child safely travel to and from school and to help parents avoid an expensive ticket below is a link to a brochure provided by the Washington Child Safety Project. This information is especially helpful when your child asks, "Why can't I ride in the front seat like my friends?"
Additional information can also be located at this link to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission website:
Families of third- through eighth-graders can now see preliminary Smarter Balanced Assessment scores for English Language Arts in Home Access Center. Math scores for grades three through eight will be online by June 3, followed by high school scores for English Language Arts and math by the end of June. Visit the Smarter Balanced webpage on the Assessment and Research website to learn more about the scores you see. Check out the online video which walks you through understanding the SBA scores
The state of Washington is providing full-day kindergarten for all students in the 2016-2017 school year. Kindergarten registration forms for the 2016-2017 school year will be available online on Monday, January 18 and at Cedar Wood on Wednesday, January 20. You may turn in completed paperwork anytime after Monday, January 25. Enrollment forms and more information can be found on the District Website.
Cedar Wood Kindergarten Parent Orientation will be on:
Wednesday, August 24, 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Orientation will be held in the Cedar Wood Library. Free, on-site child care is provided by the Mill Creek YMCA on both days.
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Cedar Wood Elementary School