New dates due to snow: March 4th – 22nd.
Come view elementary artists from around the district.
Each school was able to contribute a few pieces of art.
Show your support in celebrating the Arts in our schools.
Did you know that winter activities are some of the best ways to keep your heart healthy? Well, since we’ve been having a bunch of snow days, I think it’s a great opportunity to celebrate all our hard work and spread the word of SAVING LIVES!
Let’s join the fight against heart disease and stroke and participate in the SNOWMAGEDDON WEEKEND CHALLENGE! How many people can we email/text/call, this weekend, to raise money and awareness for the American Heart Association’s mission to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives? YOU can be a life-saver! Let’s do this!
This year for Kids Heart Challenge, we set a great school-wide goal of $_20,000_ to help kids with sick hearts. I know that we can reach our goal! ! I want to pose a challenge to you for this weekend.
What is the challenge?
Stay tuned to see which students are in the lead next week! Let’s make heart heroes like Finn proud! We can help kids just like him by doing Kids Heart Challenge!
* Class with the highest money this weekend online will get a free pe time.
Log onto www.heart.org/kidsheartchallenge or download the app (Kids Heart Challenge) to join our team and help us reach our goal!
By registering to vote, either in person or online, you are able to exercise a basic democratic right. Use the following link for more information on how to become a registered voter--Voter Registration.
To be eligible to vote you must be: a citizen fo the United States, a legal resident of Washington State (including college students), at least 18 years old by election day, not under the authority of the Department of Corrections and not disqualified from voting due to a court order.
If you have moved recently, to receive your ballot, you must update your voter registration address. To check if your registration is current, go online to: My Vote
Cedar Wood Elementary has been recognized by the Washington State Department of Health for our high level of compliance with the state immunization law. Parents in the Cedar Wood community are all working together to keep children healthy and to help prevent the spread of contagious diseases. This is one of the ways Cedar Wood students are able to benefit from each day's valuable instruction. The attached letter of commendation was recently received: Letter of Recognition
Attending school each day is the first step in a student's 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 procedures were implemented in all schools to have consistent attendance practices across the state.
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the changes in the Attendance Procedures:
How does this change what I usually do to report my student's absences?
If you call our 24 hour attendance line and leave a voice message, you MUST also do ONE of the following:
What is "all the required information" I must send in writing?
So, even though I call in an absence I still have to send in a written note?
Yes, you must send the required information in writing.
|Regular hours||9:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.||Cedar Wood Elementary School
3414 168th St. SE
Bothell, WA, 98012
|Early release (all)||1 p.m. dismissal||CONTACT INFORMATION|
|Learning Improvement Friday||2:15 p.m. dismissal|