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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 Skyline
Issaquah Soccer Club - Spring Tryouts and Fall registration

Founded in 1980, the Issaquah Soccer Club has established itself as a valuable member of the greater Issaquah/Sammamish communities and is dedicated to promoting sportsmanship and the love of soccer. The Issaquah Soccer Club is home to over 300 youth soccer teams, helping more than 3,000 children each year, learn, compete and grow as athletes and citizens. The club is one of the largest and most successful youth soccer clubs in the Northwest.  

 Registration for Tryouts is now open for Arsenal/Select and Gunners/Premier teams   U5 – U18 Recreation Soccer is open April 1st  - May 31st  for Fall 2014.  Click on the link for more information: http://issaquahsc.org/2014-tryouts/

 

The Summer session of the Issaquah School District Traffic Safety Education program will open for enrollment on Monday, May 1st. for students 15 or older by June 13

Please download the attached registration form, fill it out, and bring it with payment to the bookkeeper at your school. Enrollment is limited to the first 30 students that apply so sign up today. This session is open to students from all Issaquah schools.

The session begins on Friday, June 13th. Please see the attached registration for exact dates and times. Classes will be held at Issaquah High School. If you have any questions please contact Brenda Fortier at fortierb2@issaquah.wednet.edu
 
Youth Voices -

Youth Voices is a platform like no other, providing a safe space for our Youth to discuss issues of identity, conflict, peace, abuse and love without judgement.   By attending this event, we hope to educate, challenge and inspire our youth to be better stewards of their community. We hope that the diversity of the speakers, panelists and audience will help bridge the gap between different communities. 

Check the link for more information:  www.aaina.tasveer.org
Community Day of Service

Roll up your sleeves and give back to your community on May 10th and have fun!  Local non-profits invite you to make a difference in a day - a dozen ways to serve.  Students - rack up those community service hours.  REGISTER HERE: WWW.shlc.org

Live Educational Performance of Flamenco Gitana at the Issaquah Library

Celebrate Dia on May 1st at 11:30 am at the Issaquah Library!  This lively interactive performance features beautifully costumed dancers and musicians under the direction of the international Spanish Dance Society's Maestra Maria Gitans. 

Tiger Kids & Family Martial Art classes

Fun ongoing programs for the whole family! Age appropriate classes developing coordination,
improved motor & listening skills through the use of games, training aids, bag kicking & padded sword sparring.  Students can progress in Belts/Rank learning the simple moves of Taekwondo/Karate to the Ninja Turtles (Kobudo weaponry), Kung-Fu of Choy Lay Fut,  Ip Man Wing Chun (Bruce Lee's Teacher) and Philippine Kali/Eskrima all in a step by step process while having fun & getting fit!
Classes are taught by someone who knows the difference in all of the Martial Arts! An AAU All American, multiple National & International Champion and  9th Degree Master, Mitch Mayberry is trained & certified in Asia in Kung-fu, Karate-Kobudo, Taekwondo/Hapkido & Kali/Eskrima. To register visit: www.issaquahwa.gov/register

 

Summer Volunteer Opportunity - Be a Junior Staff at Day Camp for Teens entering Grades 8-12 in the Fall

 Week long sessions between July 14 - August 14.  Volunteer for one week or more.  You can earn 45 hours of community service per week.  Email or call Kerrie Sampelayo at:  kerries@campfireseattle.org or call 206-826-8941

Mountains to Sound Greenway’s - Spring Volunteer Events

Join a volunteer event today!  Register:  mtsgreenway.org or 206-812-0122 Contact us about opportunites for groups.  Events available every Saturday, year around - visit the website for the full list of projects.  Restoration events are 9am - 3pm, full and half day shifts available, open to all ages.  Trail vents are 9am - 3pm, minimum age of 14.

Positive Parenting Using Positive Discipline

Series I:  Introduction to Positive Parenting ($59):  Two Saturdays:  April 23 and May 3 (2 hours each day) 10 am for parents of children 12 and under:  http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/ce/category/course-details/?CourseID=13482&ParentID=1817&CategoryID=1887&Name=Introduction  and 1pm for parents of teens:  http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/ce/category/course-details/?CourseID=13487&ParentID=1817&CategoryID=1893&Name=Positive

Series II:  Positive Parenting ($59):  Two Saturdays:  May 10 and May 17 (2 hours each day) 10 am for parents of children 12 and under: http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/ce/category/course-details/?CourseID=13483&ParentID=1817&CategoryID=1893&Name=Introduction  and 1pm for parents of teens:  http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/ce/category/course-details/?CourseID=13489&ParentID=1817&CategoryID=1893&Name=Positive   

Parenting classes taught by Jennifer Watanabe, Parent Coach  For more information see:  BellevueCollege.edu/ce/ or call 206-399-4355

EASTSIDE FC PREMIER SOCCER INFORMATION NIGHTS

For details and information regarding tryouts, please visit us at www.eastsidefc.org

Issaquah Parks & Recreation, Elite Youth Camps and Isaiah Thomas are presenting the 3rd Annual Elite Skills Clinic at the Issaquah Community Center!

Come receive personal instruction from one of the greatest Washington Huskies of all time! Isaiah will not just be stopping in to shake a few hands, he will be involved hands on during the clinic. Our coaches include current/former University of Washington players as well as other former college and pro players that have been coaching at additional Elite Sports Camps around the country! Each camper will receive an official Isaiah Thomas Hoops T-shirt and a signed 8 x 10. This event is for hoopers of all skill levels, boys & girls from the ages of 6-16. Lower baskets will be available for younger participants. REGISTER @ www.eliteyouthcamps.com. Fee: $150.00 before May 10th, $200.00 after. For Questions call  (347) 327-4995 or email info@eliteyouthcamps.com

 
2014 Summer Camp - Sambica

Check out dates and costs:  www.sambica.com.  Early bird discount deadline:  May 1st.

Issaquah Soccer 2014 Special Olympics

Come Join the Fun!

The Issaquah Special Olympics Soccer Program is looking for new and returning athletes from the ages 8-21 to play on our junior and senior teams. This program is completely FREE! It is not too late to join!
Practices are held onSundays 1-3:00pm at the fields across from the Issaquah Costco.
Always bringto practice, water, shin guards with long socks over, and soccer shoes.
 
Tori Sylvers  206-718-7906
John Hemion 425-644-0497
 
Please contact Tori Sylvers or John Hemion for more information about the Issaquah Program.
Additional Information about Special Olympics and Formsare available at Special Olympics Washington website: http://www.sowa.org/
 
The YMCA - Summer Staff Recruitment for Students 16 Years or Older

YMCA camp jobs offer invaluable skill-building, leadership, training and enrichment opportunities found nowhere else.  Regardless of your area of study, camp enxperineces allow you to learn and develp skills that will enhance your job marketability.  WHEN & WHERE:  Saturday, March 29th, 10am - 2pm and Saturday, April 19th, 10 am - 2pm at the Lake Hieghts Center YMCA (12635 SE 56th St., Bellevue)  QUESTIONS & RSVP:  Stacy Holdren at 425-644-8417 or sholdren@seattleymca.org.

 

Teen Hoops!

Registration is now taking place through Issaquah Parks & Recreation for Winter Teen Basketball Teams.

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

 

 


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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 Debbie Romano at 425-837-7010 if you have questions.

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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: Operations coordinator, Debbie Romano, 425-837-7010 (form required)
  • Community Fliers web page: Operations coordinator, Debbie Romano, 425-837-7010 (form required)
  • E-News: District—Communications, L Michelle, 425-837-7004; School—principal
  • Intra-District mail: District—Communications, L Michelle, 425-837-7004; School—principal
  • Kidmail: Operations coordinator, Debbie Romano, 425-837-7010 (form required)
  • Newsletter: District—Communications, L Michelle, 425-837-7004; School—principal
  • Outside yard space: principal
  • Reader board: principal
  • Staff room: Operations coordinator, Debbie Romano, 425-837-7010 (form required)
  • Web pages: District—Communications, L Michelle, 425-837-7004; School-principal

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