Seattle Schools This Week - Feb. 5-10, 2018

A busy week before Mid-Winter Break.

All week will be Black Lives Matter Week; let us know what kind of participation you see at your school.  As well, this week starts Black History Month

Monday, Feb. 5th
Audit & Finance Committee meeting, 4:30-6:30 pm at JSCEE.  The agenda looks fairly straight-forward with no big items except the Annual Financial Report.

Tuesday, Feb. 6th
Special Education Advisory and Advocacy Council meeting (SEAAC) from 5:30-7:30

Curriculum& Instruction Committee meeting, 4:30-6:30 pm.  Agenda.  No materials available but chock full of highlights:
  • Adoption of Middle School Math Instructional Materials
  • Approval of City of Seattle Department of Education and Early Learning/Seattle Preschool Program Service Agreement 2018-19
  • Superintendent SMART Goal 1, Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports
  • High School Update  (Editor's note; I have no idea what this could mean - 24 credits?)
  • Report on draft 5-year Curriculum Adoption Plan
  • District Research and Evaluation Action Plan
  • High School Science Alignment Plan
Highly Capable Services Advisory Committee meeting, 4:30-6:30 pm., JSCEE

K-12 Funding Discussion event at Ballard High School from 7-9 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 7th
Four, count 'em four Work Sessions.

Superintendent Search, Community Engagement - 2:30-4:00 pm, Board conference room
ELA Adoption update, starting at 4:30 pm, JSCEE auditorium
Ethnic Studies update
24 Credits update

Special Ed. Workshop: Planning for Transition to Adulthood, 6-8 pm at South Shore K-8.

Thursday, Feb. 8th
Executive Committee meeting, 3-5 pm.  No agenda yet available.

Huchooseduah PAC Meeting, Huchoosedah Center, Meany Middle School, Room 46
Seattle Public Schools Huchoosedah Native Education Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Meeting. 

Family Science Night at Garfield High School from 6:30-8 pm. 

Friday, Feb. 9th 
BEX Oversight Committee Meeting from 8:30-10:30 am at JSCEE

There do not appear to be any director community meetings this weekend.


Anonymous said…
As part of the Center School complaint from a few years back, the school district (Jose Banda Superintendent) banned the use of the "Courageous Conversations" element of the class. It was not considered appropriate for K-12 students. Will the ethnic studies curriculum be developed with similar guidelines?

Curious, there's Work Session this week on that topic; we'll see.

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