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While we can work together year round to take care of fellow students, staff, families and community members, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and other mental health organizations recognize September as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. If someone you know is at risk of suicide, call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or chat to get help.

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The Issaquah School Board held a regular meeting Thursday, Sept. 22. Topics discussed and action taken included the approval of Resolution 1193 Bond Refunding, a review of the first month of school from Superintendent Tow-Yick, a review of the School Board Retreat and more. 

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Read More about Board Recap: Sept. 22, 2022
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As a district we are making strides to align grading practices to the latest research in an effort to ensure that grades reflect academic learning. This year's report cards will reflect this work. These grading practice revisions are required in Executive Limitation 12, which is based on the belief that every student should have access to all academic and social-emotional learning supports that they need in order to achieve their full potential. 

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General Announcement

Last Friday, Sept. 16, we sent an invitation to opt in for text messages to all parent/guardian and staff mobile numbers in Family Access and Employee access. Any parent or guardian who missed this initial invitation text message can still opt in for text messages by sending a “yes” or “Y” to the number 67587 from a cell phone number that is already in Skyward Family Access.

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Educational Technology

This year, Canvas will be the primary way to access and monitor student grades and feedback. In order to successfully create and access your Canvas account, you will want to first create an account using your preferred web browser. Once you have created your account, you can then follow the additional directions for setting up the app.

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Read More about Monitoring Middle, High School Student Grades, Feedback in Canvas
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Your child’s teacher will be teaching the district adopted FLASH (Family Life and Sexual Health) and HIV/AIDS curriculum during this school year. To allow you an opportunity to examine the instructional materials and view the videos that may be used, there will be 2 public viewings of the materials at the Issaquah School District Administration Center. Parents have the right to exempt their child from sexual health education instruction at any time. The public viewings provide a centralized opportunity to do so.

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Read More about F.L.A.S.H., HIV/AIDS Curriculum Info. Sessions for Grades 6-8
General Announcement

This Friday, Sept. 16, we will send an invitation to opt in for text messages to all parent/guardian and staff mobile numbers in Family Access and Employee access. You should receive the text message at about 4:30 p.m., though the timing may vary based on cell phone provider. We cannot send you text messages unless you say that you “opt in” to our new texting system.

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