Smarter Balanced Test Scores now available in Family Access.Smarter Balanced Assessment (ELA and Math) scores are now posted in Skyward Family Access under Test Scores. In October and November, the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) for Math and English Language Arts was administered to 4th through 9th grade students and 11th grade students. For instructions on how to access these scores, and additional information on testing this fall, please visit our website
Preparing for Winter Weather
As the winter season is upon us, please make sure your family and childcare providers are signed up for District E-news to receive updates on inclement weather schedule changes. Students who take the bus, please take a moment to visit the Find Your Bus Route webpage to find your emergency snow route, or access the Emergency Transportation Bulletin online. For full details on inclement weather procedures and closures, including program information, please visit our website
Laptop Pre-Reservation Process in Case of Shift to Remote Learning
We want to be prepared to check out laptops quickly for remote learning in the event of a short-term or longer-term classroom or school closure due to the pandemic. Below is a link to the Laptop Pre-Reservation Form. (The questions are in English and Spanish. Translation is available in many other languages when using a computer.)
Please fill out this form if your student will need to check out a laptop in the event that their class shifts to remote learning because of COVID. Only fill out the form if your student will need a laptop.
Elementary Student Laptop Pre-Registration Link
Bus Passes Unavailable for the 2021-2022 School Year
To reduce the number of close student contacts and assist in contact tracing, bus passes will not be issued for the 2021-2022 school year. Bus passes will only be issued for students with 2 residences or in an emergency situation.If you feel you have an emergency bus pass situation, please contact the main office 837-4100.
FAQ's about Returning to School 2021-2022
This link below will be regularly updated as school guidance evolves from various parties, including King County Public Health, the Washington State Department of Health, and Center for Disease Control.
In a new 12-minute video, Superintendent Ron Thiele and other members of the ISD leadership team discuss our plans for running full-time in-person schooling this year and the steps we'll be taking to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The video covers multiple topics, including masks, physical distancing, vaccinations, cleaning and disinfecting, ventilation, COVID cases, bus transportation, athletics and activities, and others.
Discovery's Expectation YouTube videos
Arrival and Dismissal https://youtu.be/C4zc846dBro
Bathroom and Hallway https://youtu.be/tlAWLS_Nqt4
Discovery Family COVID Handbook
Discovery Covid Family Handbook 21 - 22 updated
|Have symptoms? When to Stay Home From School|
This is a friendly reminder of what to do as cold and flu season is upon us. If your student has any symptoms, it’s best to stay home for at least a day while you assess the need to test for COVID-19 and determine when your student can/should return to school. For a quick guide that provides test and return to school timelines, please visit our website.
We greatly appreciate the partnership between our students, parents and school as we have to work together to keep kids safe. Remember if at any time you test positive for COVID-19 or are identified as a close contact outside of school exposure, contact your our COVID Supervisor at 837-4100
Kindergarten through 5th grade
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 9:15 till 3:40
Wednesdays 9:15 - 1:30
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri
AM session 9:15 - 11:40
PM session 1:10 - 3:40
No Preschool on Wednesdays
Discovery Office Hours
Open Monday through Friday
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM