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Sacajawea Community News
February 9th, 2022
Top Items & Upcoming Events
- Attention Parents, Teachers, Staff! Submit Candid Photos for the 2022-23 Yearbook by March 1: Now is your chance to submit candid photos of students, staff, teachers, and events from the school year! Submitting is easy Buy your yearbook, search for Sacajawea Elementary School, create an account, and then you can upload photos to the albums for each classroom.
- Jane Addams Middle School Open House and Q&A for prospective students and their families on Feb 15th from 6:30pm-8pm. More information about Jane Addams Middle School Open House and Q & A
- Parent Volunteer Opportunity for Homework Club at Meadowbrook View Apartments (near 110th and Lake City Way) Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15-5pm (reading, math, games, computers). Background check required. Contact Ms. Keene if you are interested: email@example.com
- Missed out on ordering a BLM shirt this OR last year? There are still shirts available in both versions; hurry – shirts and sizes available are limited! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your shirt size(s) request.
- Girls On the Run is now full and accepting waitlist registrations only. Our season will begin in March. We are still recruiting coaches, though! Please contact Karen if interested at email@example.com
- School Volunteer Opportunities Contact Volunteer Coordinator, Charlene Shanahan with questions firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Lunch and Recess Support – Our highest need for helpers is on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 11 a.m. – 12:05 p.m. Apply or update your volunteer profile
- Packs for Kids – Our Packs program supports families who could use some extra help with food over the weekends and breaks. We’d love to add a few more team members to be able to alternate weeks and have flexibility in schedules.
A Note from the Principal
Hello Sacajawea Families,
We had our second assembly this week and it was a big success. We started with student council presenting our land and labor acknowledgements. Then Ms. Teague partnered with her fourth grade students to lead students and staff in our school song. We finished with the student council sharing two of the 13 principles of Black Lives Matter at School Week. Next Wednesday we are excited to bring back the tradition of Shining Stars. This is where students have the opportunity to share a special talent that they have been practicing.