Dine Out at the Ram

January 22th
5:00pm – 9:00pm
Support Sand Point Elementary by dining out (or taking out) at the RAM at University Village on Tuesday, January 22nd anytime from 5-9 p.m. The RAM is graciously donating 10% of all sales during that time to the Sand Point Elementary PTA. Wear your Sand Point Elementary or Move-A-Thon shirts to show your school spirit! Let your friends, family and neighbors know – this is a great way they can support our Squirrels, too!

Can’t dine in but want to take out? Yes, your take out order counts too!
Order Online

Hope to see you there!

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Sand Point Squirrels Rock!

Did you catch the post on the SPS district website about our Squirrels Rock program? Did you know we have the only program in the world (definitely in Seattle, but possibly the world) like this?! Woowoo! Proud of Sand Point Elementary programming!

Also, here’s a great video about the program with Mr. Manzo, Mr. J, and Mr. K, featuring past and present Squirrels Rock bands!
https://wi.st/2OU9sST

Our winter program starts this week! We still have a few spots in our Monday and Tuesday programs at 3:20. Forms came home, but are also available in the office.

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Science Night!

Tuesday, January 29th
6:00-7:30pm
In the halls of Sand Point!

Please save the date for the Eight Annual Science Night at Sand Point Elementary on Tuesday, January 29th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. Parents, families and the Sand Point Community will come together to observe and celebrate hands on, inquiry-based science that our students have been participating in this year.

On Science Night, we will honor our young learners’ developing curiosity and focused interest in their world. Science Night is an opportunity for all student to authentically, demonstrate their science learning to their community.

Students may present individual science experiments, in which they research and develop a chosen area of science. Please read the project guidelines sent home with your student then if interested, fill out the sign-up sheet and have them turn it in to their teacher by January 23, 2019..

We look forward to seeing all of you the evening of January 29th for this exciting event!

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Volunteer Opportunities

Wondering how to share your time and talent, support our Sand Point community, and earn that awesome Squirrel Squad gear? Check out the new opportunities just posted:

Needed: Someone to organize our spare clothing closet
The office is in need of some help with our spare clothing closet. We need someone to reorganize all the spare items we keep in the closet. Would you be interested in talking this job? Please contact Sandy at 206-252-4640 or at sjwarner@seattleschools.org.

Math Volunteers Needed:
We are looking for parents to help with Math Instruction during lunch. You will receive training from Ms. Ingrid Peterson and would then work one on one with a student. Our lunch period is from 11:00am – 11:40am. Please contact the office if you are interested in helping or have additional questions, at 206-252-4640.

Volunteers Needed for Pick up and Drop off
Are you interested in helping with “traffic control” during pick up and drop off times? We are looking for adults to help direct our traffic and keep our street safe for all. Please call the office if you are interested in helping or have additional questions, at 206-252-4640.

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Save The Date: Squirrel House Rocks!

We’re done with auctions! We’re going to do what we do best! Rock and fundraise for our favorite cause: Sand Point Elementary!
Save the Date for a benefit concert featuring our staff band, Sand Point SuperFonics, and a Special Guest!

March 23rd, 2019
5:30 p.m.
Georgetown Ballroom

Look for more information coming soon!

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SEL Curriculum Advisory Videos

Here at Sand Point, we use social learning theory as the framework for implementation throughout each month. Advisory meetings for Sand Point’s SEL curriculum are held on the first Monday of each month and the SEL theme for the month is presented. At the end of the month, the work is presented by Student Council at the morning all-school assembly. Families are welcome to attend.

Watch the videos with your Squirrels to share and learn together.

September: Community
October: Growth Mindset
November: Reflection
December: Identity

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Seattle Public Schools Levy Funding Information

Wondering about SPS Levy Funding? You can watch and share this video to get a better understanding of how school funding works at Seattle Public Schools and the steps being taken to bridge the funding gap.  As an individual, you can show your SUPPORT by VOTING on the February 12, 2019 ballot.

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Eckstein Open House: February 7th, 6:00-8:00pm

Eckstein will be having its Open House on Thursday, February 7, 2019 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Prospective families are welcome to attend and find out more about Eckstein. Tours will be given and many staff will be on hand to answer questions. There will be no tours given during the school days. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ms. Wedemeyer, 6th grade counselor for 2019-2020 at (206) 252-5083

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Global Reading Challenge: Coaches Needed

Are you wondering how you could further support literacy and our Sand Point Elementary students? Do you have the time and talent to be a coach? Our 4th and 5th Grade Global Readers need coaches to help them prepare for the Global Reading Challenge. This opportunity is not limited to 4th/5th grade parents/guardians only – those with younger Squirrels or even folks in our community can be coaches, too!

The commitment is once a week at lunchtime, starting the week of Dec 17 and running thru the first week of Feb. Volunteers – pick the day of the week that works for your schedule!

As a their coach, you will work with a team of 5 to 7 students to help them prepare for the Global Reading Challenge. Study materials and coaching tips are provided.

Volunteers and those with more questions may contact Mr. Harvey at jrharvey@seattleschools.org or (206) 252-4662.

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Don’t Forget to Pick Up Your Wreath, Garland, and Cookie Dough

Wednesday, Nov 28th at 1:10

Wreath Questions? Contact Sam Scharenberg at Samantha.Scharenberg@gmail.com
Cookie Dough Questions? Contact Juli Horan at horan03@msn.com

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