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Extensive work has been taking place on projects funded by the Northshore School District’s voter-approved 2022 Capital Bond. During the summer, this included projects at 23 sites in Northshore. In addition to summer construction projects, Northshore continued planning for the growth projects slated to be under construction at eight schools from school years 2024-26.

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Northshore currently has an opportunity for our community to help shape the District through work on the Nutrition & Fitness Advisory Committee. We invite you to review the information and if interested, submit an application prior to the deadline on Friday, Oct. 13.

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This fall, the cities of Bothell and Kenmore have both launched photo enforcement programs to enhance student safety and enforce school zone speed limits. During student drop-off in the morning and pick-up in the afternoon, you will see flashing beacons and speeding tickets will be issued with the help of photo enforcement to drivers who violate the 20 mph school zone speed limit near 9 school sites.

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Annually, the District provides parents/guardians with notifications that must be acknowledged, including the Washington State Attendance Letter, Rights and Responsibilities Handbook, Weapons Letter, Tech Use Agreement, Meningococcal/HPV Letter (Secondary Only), and Permission to Withhold Student Directory Information.

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Suicide Prevention Awareness Month every September is a time when we must come together as a Northshore community to support family and friends by making sure that they have the appropriate resources to prevent suicide and seek assistance.




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