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.
Teacher Travis Geving displays the Washington Achievment Award presented by the Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction to Cedar Heights Middle School for outstanding academic performance.
The video production class spent three days in Seattle filming and producing a video for the Mateo Messina’s 16th Annual Benefit Concert.
Kent School District was one of 15 school boards to receive a Board of Distinction honor by the Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA). This is the third consecutive year the School Board has received this award.