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The IHS College and Career Center is hosting a districtwide college fair on the evening of Tuesday, October 3. The fair will feature more than 30 universities and colleges from across the country and abroad; a college essay workshop; a presentation about the college admissions process in the library; and more. The fair is open to all Issaquah School District high school students and their families.

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Educational Technology

Parents and guardians of middle and high school students have access to Canvas as an “Observer.” Canvas is our Learning Management System for students in grades 6-12. In Canvas, the "Observer" role provides parents and guardians an account to monitor their student's progress in their courses as well as support their students' learning at home. 

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Read More about Canvas Observer Accounts for 6-12th Grade Parents/Guardians
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During the Sept. 14, 2023 School Board meeting, the board heard updates and discussed topics including a work study session about a potential future bond measure; updates about Operations Departments; introduction of new administrators and Student Representatives to the School Board; work to implement the Strategic Plan; refunding of prior bond interest rates; and other agenda items.

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  • Finance
  • Lunch
  • Strategic Planning
Read More about School Board Meeting Recap: Sept. 14, 2023
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You're invited to a Canvas Information Night from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Sept. 20 via Zoom. Canvas is the Issaquah School District's Learning Management System for students in grades 6-12. Through Canvas, students can access coursework, turn in assignments, and connect with their teacher(s) and classmates.

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  • Educational Technology
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  • Middle School
Read More about Reminder: Canvas Information Night for Parents
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Our district is transitioning from two social-emotional screening tools for elementary and secondary students to one universal screener for students in kindergarten through 12th grade, called the FastBridge Social Academic Emotional Behavioral Risk Screener, or SAEBRS®. This tool is intended to build student awareness and help school staff know which students might need additional Social Emotional Learning (SEL) support.

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