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Community Fliers

This is the place to find non-school related community events and information that benefit students. All the notices below were submitted by non-profit organizations to keep your family updated about opportunities; the Issaquah School District does not endorse or sponsor these activities.

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Community Fliers for Pine Lake
District-Wide Middle School Dances

Issaquah Parks & Recreation’s District-Wide Middle School Dances are the “thing”! Bring photo ID and $5 to enter. School dress code applies. The dance are Friday October 10 and Friday December 5 and will run from 7:00-10:00pm at the Issaquah Community Center. Parent volunteers are always needed; email cathyj@issaquahwa.gov for more information.

Issaquah Teen Poetry Slam

High Schoolers— The Issaquah Youth Advisory Board is hosting their 5th annual Issaquah Teen Poetry Slam on Saturday, November 8th, 3:00-5:00 PM, at the Issaquah Coffee Company in Gilman Village. Present your literary piece to the audience and teacher-judges. Attend to listen to the amazing talent! Contact issaquahpoetryslam@yahoo.com for more information or to sign up!

Rise and Thrive Breakfast

Please join the Friends of Youth by attending the 2nd Annual Rise and Thrive Breakfast. This inspiring breakfast helps us achieve our goal to provide more robust mental health and counseling services in the Issaquah School District. The Rise and Thrive Breakfast will be at the Pickering Barn, 1730 10th Ave. NW, Issaquah, WA 98027, on Wednesday November 12 from 7:30 - 8:30 am. Please RSVP at comunity.friendsofyouth.org/pages/events-general/yfsbreakfasts For more information call (425) 869-6490 ex. 338 or email paola@friendsofyouth.org.

Girl Scout Information Nights

Teen Girl Scouting builds girls of Courage, Confidence and Character and offers opportunities for girls to develop friendships, skills, leadership, community service and much more. To find out about Middle School and High School GS opportunities contact please visit https://www.girlscoutsww.org/get-involved/Join/Pages/default.aspx  or call Girl Scouts: 425-614-1126.

2014 MathComp and ScienceFun Program

The 2014 MathComp and ScienceFun Program is a competition to promote an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). This competition includes a 60 minute MathComp for grades 3-8 and a 60 minute ScienceFun paper structure competition for students grades 3-8. The competition will take place on October 25 at Interlake High School, 16245 24th St. Bellevue, WA 98008. For more information visit: http://www.cie-sea.org. Please register by October 22. 

Collaborative Leadership Workshop

The Seattle Pacific University and the Collaborative Center present: A Free Workshop on Collaboration for Issaquah School District teachers. For more information contact 425-413-1298. 

Sammamish Teen Talent Show

The Sammamish Arts Commission presentas a repertory collective project: Sammamish Teen Talent Show. Auditions are October 1 and 9. Small groups, duos, and solo performances of singing, dancing, music, drama, comedy, magic and more are welcome to audition. To sign up, please contact Jamie at jheil@positiveplace.org. For questions contact Denine at SammamishTeenTalent@gmail.com 

Skate at the Ice Arena

The 17th Annual Chaplin's Bellevue Subaru Ice Arena will be available from November 29 to January 12 at the Bellevue Downtown Park. For more information, visit magicseason.com

3rd Annual Down Syndrome Awareness Soccer Game

Issaquah and Liberty High Schools Girls C Soccer Teams will be hosting their 3rd Annual Down Syndrome Awareness Game on October 29 at 7pm at Liberty High School. With your help, they would like to identify community members with Down Syndrome that have positively impacted the community and recognize them at the game with a scarves salute and player meeting. To nominate a community member with Down Syndrome who has positively impacted the community contact Melissa Wyman: melissa@melissawyman.com or Demaree Kieburtz: dkieburtz@gmail.comThere will also be fun soccer festivities and dancing during the half for friends and family of all ages.

Voice Mentor Program: Helping Students Find Their VOICE
VOICE is an in-school volunteer mentoring program helping students in ALL Issaquah schools. VOICE is powered by caring community volunteers who donate one hour a week to mentor students in a one-to-one school setting. Placements are made based on the mentors’ interests, location preference and time availability. For further information contact: VOICEMentorProgram.org. VOICE is funded by the Issaquah Schools Foundation in cooperation with the Issaquah School District.
White Tiger Martial Arts Classes (3 – adult)

Become more fit, focused, and aware! Improve coordination, confidence, and listening skills through skills and techniques of Taekwondo, Karate, & Kung Fu! For more information or to register, please visit: www.issaquahwa.gov or call the Issaquah Parks & Recreation Department at 425-837-3300.

The Fleming School of Music for Students Pre-K to Grade 12

A comprehensive music program that emphasizes the study of piano and guitar.  

Kick It Indoors YMCA Youth Sports Indoor Soccer League

2014 Fall session registering now! The league is designed for grade K-6 to have fun while learning sportsmanship, healthy baits, as well as soccer rules and skills. For more information contact Benton Lefton at the Coal Creek Family YMCA: blefton@seattleymca.org or Jen Tylutki at the Bellevue Family YMCA: jtylutki@seattleymca.org. Registration deadline is September 30.

Issaquah Parks & Recreation Teen Hoops

Basketball leagues for Middle School Girls and Boys and Boys 9-11th grades.

Make a difference this fall by volunteering with the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

We have events every weekend that are family friendly and a great opportunity to earn community service credits. Check us out and register online at www.mtsgreenway.org/volunteer

 

 


Would you like to post information?

Non-profit organizations

Would you like to post information on a school's Community Fliers web page and Community bulletin space? The District accepts submissions from non-profit organizations with a message or event that promotes a social, recreational, or educational benefit to children and families. Please fill out a form if you fit these guidelines.

For-profit organizations

Would you like to post information on a school's Community bulletin space? The District accepts submissions from local for-profit organizations with a flier or brochure that promotes a social, recreational, or educational benefit to children and families. Please fill out a form if you fit these guidelines.

Contact Melissa Johnson at 425-837-7113 if you have questions.

Are you looking to distribute your information via another method?

The Issaquah School District follows its Access to Resources procedures to ensure that different types of outside organizations have equitable access to our communication avenues. The different categories of access are based on our educational mission. Using the flowchart, if you determine that your organization is allowed access to one of the resources below, please contact the corresponding person:
  • Academic time: principal
  • Community bulletin space: Communications, Melissa Johnson at 425-837-7113 (form required)
  • Community Fliers web page: Communications, Melissa Johnson at 425-837-7113 (form required)
  • E-News: District—Communications, L Michelle, 425-837-7004; School—principal
  • Intra-District mail: District—Communications, L Michelle, 425-837-7004; School— Individual school principals
  • Kidmail: Communications, Melissa Johnson at 425-837-7113 (form required)
  • Newsletter: District—Communications, L Michelle, 425-837-7004; School— Individual school principals
  • Outside yard space: Individual school principals
  • Reader board: Individual school principals
  • Staff room: Communications, Melissa Johnson at 425-837-7113 (form required)
  • Web pages: District—Communications, L Michelle, 425-837-7004; School-principal

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