There is just ONE community meeting tomorrow. Director Carr said at the Board meeting that the district calendar had been in err and she is NOT having hers tomorrow, the 5th.
Director McLaren is having a community meeting tomorrow from 10 am to noon at the Common House of Puget Ridge Cohousing Association, 7020 18th Ave. SW.
You may have heard about the earthquakes in California this week. I urge you to visit this FEMA webpage on earthquake readiness for your family. Our area can (and probably will) have an earthquake and you're going to want to have a plan. How do you contact a significant other with cell phone service either tied up or not working? What is your school's plan? Do you have earthquake supplies at home? In your car?
Seattle Center's Whirligig starts today and runs thru April 20th with Thursdays being free. My kids always liked this event.
Education Thought of the Day: If we insist everything is evidence-based, how can we encourage innovation? There's a contradiction. (I think the credit goes to Pasi Sahlberg.)
In case you missed this from King County Health:
A person who was confirmed with measles traveled to several western Washington public locations while contagious. The woman traveled to
Seattle for a Kings of Leon concert at Key Arena on March 28, when she
also was at the Best Western Loyal Inn and the Wasabi Bistro. The next
day, she was at Beth’s Café, Aurora Suzuki, Starbucks at First and Pike,
and the Pike Place Market.
Coming threads - Student survey on teachers, Education items that make me say, hmmm, Wilson-Pacific project - newest case study in how flawed BEX projects can become.
What's on your mind?