The Times also states that the district is moving rapidly towards meeting the state target for ratios for K-3 in order to receive extra funding.
It appears the Board and staff listened to parents when there was so much staffing upheaval at the start of the last school year. Good for them. Still, here's an article from Education Next on why it's not a great idea to hire after the school year starts.
Notice from the district about family communications via phone/e-mail - it's worth a read in case there is anything in there you aren't aware of or need to tweak.
Two of the Washington State Supreme Court justices running to retain their seats admit that the timing of last fall's charter school law was not good. This from a story at KUOW.
But both she (Mary Yu) and Justice Charles Wiggins apologized for creating uncertainty for charter school students with the timing of their decision last September.
Wiggins: “I’m sorry that it came down on the eve of school beginning. You know, no one asked us to accelerate that case, and every case we have in front of us is important.”One community meeting tomorrow with Director Burke at Greenwood Public Library from 3:30-5:00 pm.
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