8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Laptops Remain at School for the Duration of Testing
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Mariachi Club (Los Jovenes Lobos Mariachi) in Room 420
Signs on the doors of our building state clearly that all visitors to Cedar Heights must register in the main office. This is to protect our campus and you. Students are NOT permitted to bring visitors to school. The climate of our communities continues to change, and in response to that and due to concerns regarding campus security for our students, parents and others wishing to visit classrooms must submit a request to administration 24 hours prior to the proposed visit. Request forms are available in the main office. Permission will be approved or denied based on:: • Purpose of the visit • Potential Disruption of the Educational Environment • Other circumstances that may apply
Procedure for Requesting to View/Obtain School-based Secure Assessments: Parent/guardians may view school-based secured assessments after they have been administered to students, in order to support their individual students learning. In order to view a secured school-based assessment, parents/guardians must contact the appropriate classroom teacher with a request to view the assessment. The teacher will make arrangements with the parents/guardians to view the assessment within 48 hours of the request. Parents desiring to receive a copy of a secured assessment must agree in advance and in writing, that the assessment will be used only for work pertaining to their own student by signing the “Request to View Secured Assessment” form. The Secured Assessment forms are located in the Main Office and in the Staff Handbook. The requests will be kept in the Main Office.
These learning standards have been adapted by almost all states including Washington and will bring increased academic rigor as well as better harmony to instruction nationally. We at Cedar Heights and the Kent School District are working hard to integrate CCSS into our curricula. Links to several informational pieces by the Kent School District, OSPI (State Education Office), and PTA are provided for your convenience and available to you by clicking on the headline above.
The levy allows the Board opportunities to restore programs lost during past budget reductions. The Board is seeking input from community and staff through two public hearings, April 16 and 22, or a survey.
Scholastic Administrator Magazine showcases Kent School District’s technology innovation from the success of our annual Technology Expo to the integration of technology in the classroom, and in programs throughout the district.
KSD parents and staff are invited to attend a free round table discussion on the importance of education data and what it means to the success of our children. Preregistration is recommended.