Northshore School District Administrative Center
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School Board Approves Bond and Levies for February 2014 Election
Northshore to Launch New Web Site in January
Northshore School District Places on the College Board's Annual AP® District Honor Roll for Fourth Year in a Row
Canyon Park Student Leaders Spread Kindness to Peers
Leota Youth Theatre Presents "Law and Order: Nursery Rhyme Unit"
After the body of Humpty Dumpty is found at the bottom of the wall, NRU Detectives scramble to solve the mystery of his death. Will they catch the killer, or will their case crack up?
Leota Youth Theatre will present Law and Order: Nursery Rhyme Unit, Dec. 5, 6, 12 and 13, 7 p.m. in the school theater. Tickets are $5 each and are available through the school office.
Special Message for Families Regarding Ask.fm and Social Media Sites
Recently, the district has noticed a number of junior high school students who are active members and
participants on a Web site called Ask.fm. The following information was shared by junior high school principals as a resource for families regarding Ask.fm and other social media sites. (read more)
Northshore to Implement New Middle Level Advanced Placement Program in September 2014
Northshore School District is developing a Middle Level Advanced Placement Program for fall 2014 that will provide highly capable programs and services for eligible seventh and eighth grade students. A Middle Level Advanced Placement Task Force consisting of teachers, administrators and parents, has been formed to lead the work of developing a district plan for implementation that provides rigorous learning opportunities for students. (read more)
Child Find Information
you can contact the principal or school psychologist at your home school. You can also contact the District Special Education office at 425.708.7733 for assistance. Any student or child whether or not enrolled in school may be referred for a special education evaluation by parents, district staff or other person knowledgeable about the student. The school team will invite you to a meeting to discuss your concerns and devise a plan of action. A special education evaluation may be recommended at this time.
The Northshore School District will make every effort to provide accessibility to events, meetings, and programs to individuals with disabilities. Please contact the building principal where the activity is occurring or Becky Anderson, ADA officer, at 425.408.7709 to request special accommodations.