Kindergarten & 5th grade students won the honor of taping Ms. Lawler to the wall by returning the highest percentage of parent and student CEE surveys.
The PTA is looking for classroom volunteers to help with the Art Docent program for the 2015-2016 school year. Art is an important aspect of the educational process providing a creative outlet to build on fundamentals like fine motor skills, language development and much more. The PTA takes great pride in being able to provide this program to Silver Lake Elementary this school year. Please join us.
No previous teaching or art knowledge is needed. Training and all materials are provided.
What: Art docent training.
Art materials are pre-packaged for each lesson/class. Each volunteer docent will teach a lesson in the fall and a lesson in the spring. Instruction dates/times will be scheduled based on volunteer and teacher schedules.
If you are interested in participating please contact:
Jessica Jorgenson (firstname.lastname@example.org) OR Kate Carbaugh (Katherine.email@example.com)
Please provide your name, phone number, email address and the teacher's name/grade you will be supporting. Please indicate your interest in this program no later than FRIDAY 10/30. Thank you.
Volunteers must be approved to volunteer at Silver Lake Elementary.
Please complete the volunteer application at: http://www.everettsd.org/domain/1621
Thank you for supporting Silver Lake Students and your PTA.
Did you miss the last recorded call?
If you would like to hear the most recent recorded calls made to your phone, dial 1-877-737-5291 (1-877-REPLAY1) from the primary phone on which you receive calls from the district. You will hear a list of the most recent recorded messages sent to your phone. Select the message that you would like to hear.
We are a Fragrance Free School!
In the interest of maintaining a safe and healthy working environment for employees, students, and their families, WE ARE A FRAGRANCE FREE SCHOOL!
Background? What is the issue?
Fragrances and scents are found in a wide range of products including perfume, aftershave, deodorant, soap air fresheners, fabric softeners, laundry detergents, facial tissues, and candles. Exposure to fragrances and other scented products may trigger adverse health reactions (e.g., asthma attack, anaphylactic reaction and shortness of breath) in individuals with asthma, allergies, migraines, or chemical sensitivities. Other less serious but equally debilitating symptoms include headache, sore throat, runny nose, sinus congestion, wheezing, dizziness, anxiety, anger, nausea, fatigue, mental confusion and an inability to concentrate. Although the mechanisms by which chemicals act to produce symptoms are not yet understood, the impact on all those affected can be quite severe, resulting in great discomfort.
It is important to recognize that the chemicals from which fragrances are created are, by their very nature, shared. The chemicals vaporize into the air and are easily inhaled by those around us. Today's fragrances/scented products are made up of a complex mixture of chemicals which also contribute to indoor air quality problems and cause health problems.
Therefore, in order to protect those individual(s) with sensitivities to fragrances and scents and to possibly prevent others from developing such sensitivities, I require your full cooperation towards a fragrance/scent-safe environment at Silver Lake Elementary.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation in keeping Silver Lake Elementary School a safe place for everyone.
Silver Lake Elementary School
425-385-6906 Health Room