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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Attention 5th Grade Parents

     

    Dear Parents/Guardians of Fifth Grade Students,

     

    During the week of June 12th through June 16th students will participate in a Human Growth and Development class. This is part of the Everett Public Schools’ Health and Fitness Curriculum for fifth grade. Part of this class contains HIV/AIDS instruction.

     

     Parent Informational Night: Monday, May 15th, 6:30 - 7:30 pm, Silver Lake Elementary Library

     

    As a parent/guardian of a fifth grader, you will have the opportunity to view the materials used in this class. Silver Lake Elementary will have the materials available for your review the week of June 5th through June 9th in the office. In addition, parents/guardians may request to preview an informational video on HIV/AIDS, Human Growth and Development Curriculum. Silver Lake office personnel are available between 9:30 am and 3:00 pm to assist you in reviewing materials and/or previewing the informational video.

     

    Should you wish to have your child excluded from this class, you must sign a Human Growth and Development Exclusion Form and/or an HIV/AIDS Exclusion Form by June 9th.

     

    By state law, parents must view the HIV materials before they can have their child excluded from HIV instruction.

     

    Please contact your child’s homeroom teacher or me at 425-385-6900 should you require additional information.

     

    Sincerely,

    Elizabeth Nunes

    Principal         

     

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  • IMPORTANT NOTICE

     

    Attendance Procedure Update

     

    Attending school each day is the first step to student success in school. Recognizing the importance of school attendance, the state legislature revised our state law RCW 28A.225 on compulsory school attendance.

     

    Beginning March 27, 2017, the revised attendance procedure 3122P was implemented in all schools to establish and support consistent attendance practices districtwide for:

    • excusing absences
    • recording absences
    • conducting meetings
    • communications with parents/guardians to discuss student absences
    • parameters for pre-arranged absences for vacation or travel 

     

    The revised and updated information for procedure 3122P will be included in the printed and online Student Responsibilities and Rights handbook and provided to students and parents for the 2017-18 school year.

     

    QUESTIONS

     

    Q.  How does this change what I do?

    A. If you call into our 24 hour attendance line and leave a voicemail message, you must then either:

    1) send an email from the email account you have on file with us with all the required information to verify the absence

    2) fill out our Excused Absence Form and submit to the office to verify the absence

    3) send in a hand written note with all the required information on it to verify the absence

     

    Q. So, even though I called in, I still have to send in a note in writing?

    A. Yes.

     

    Q. Why?

    A. Changes were made by the state legislature in second substitute HB 2449 that concerns compulsory school attendance. The revisions are specific to the role and responsibility of the district concerning absenteeism and the resources available to assist students and families to correct absentee behaviors. These revisions to the procedures will help establish and support district wide processes for excusing and recording absences.

     

    Q. What is “all the required information” I must include in this written notice?

    A. Student name;

    Student ID number;

    Teacher name;

    Date(s) of the absence;

    Reason for the absence;

    Parent/guardian name;

    Parent/guardian signature;

    Phone number where the note can be verified.

     

    The principal (or designee) has the authority to determine if an absence meets the above criteria for an excused absence.

     

    Thank you in advance for your continued cooperation and support as local and state law continues to evolve.


     

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  • MUSTANG MILER CLUB

     Milers

    Offered before school on Friday mornings

     

    Silver Lake Elementary Mustang Miler Club is offered before school, from 8:30 am-8:50 am on FRIDAY mornings. The program is open to any grade level student who has submitted a permission slip and can be dropped off at the school at 8:30 am. Students will be supervised as they jog or walk laps on our school track. Your student can begin as soon as their permission slip is turned in!

     

    All participants need to have a signed permission slip, supportive shoes, and warm clothing as the club will take place in most weather conditions. There is no fee to participate and students will earn key chain charms for completing miles throughout the program.

     


     

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  • Soccer Club

    Silver Lake Elementary offers an after school soccer program

    for 3rd – 5th grade students.

     

    SPRING soccer program will meet on Wednesdays from 3:30 – 4:30 pm

     

    APRIL 12th – MAY 31st


     

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SCHOOL HOURS, DRIVING DIRECTIONS & CONTACT INFO

  • SCHOOL HOURS DIRECTIONS 
    Regular Hours 9:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Tardy bell: 9:15 a.m.
    Silver Lake Elementary School
    12815 Bothell-Everett Hwy.
    Everett, WA 98208
    Early Release 1 p.m. dismissal
    Learning Improvement Friday 2:15 p.m. dismissal CONTACT INFORMATION
    425-385-6900
    425-385-6902 fax 

    ATTENDANCE EMAIL
    SLEAttendance@everettsd.org

    425-385-6906 Health Room
    ECEAP Hours  

MISSION

Silver Lake Elementary School, in partnership with families and community, is dedicated to preparing each student for academic, social, and personal success through individualized, relevant, rigorous and engaging instruction.

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