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Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
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8th Grade Sports Information Night
Posted on 2017-02-23
Please join us for our annual 8th Grade Sports Information Night on March 9th at 6:30-8:30.
Survey regarding half-day early release schedules
Posted on 2017-02-28
We are requesting that parents/guardians take a moment to share your opinions and thoughts about half-day early release schedules in a survey specific to your students’ grade level. We appreciate your time as we consider the best way to facilitate teacher collaboration and professional development that benefits students.
A message from Superintendent Cvitanich
Posted on 2017-02-23
I have been asked by a number of community members how our district will respond to any new executive order from President Trump and accompanying court decisions regarding immigration status, and how these decisions may affect the students and families served by the Olympia School District. With more than twenty different languages spoken in our school district, and 200+ English language learners, we are mindful of our responsibilities to the students and families we serve. We also know students work best in an atmosphere that is perceived as safe and supportive. As such, I have shared with staff the importance of our district's role in creating a safe and positive work environment for all students. All means all.
Spotlight on Success - February 14, 2017
Posted on 2017-02-15
In this edition of 'Spotlight on Success'; Madison students show appreciation with ‘Valentines for Veterans’, Learn All About Kindergarten Day is a whopping success, Jefferson MS students become playwrights/performers/set designers, Construction on “Mini-Buildings” is underway...and much more!
Wednesday Open Rooms For March
Posted on 2017-02-27
Please see the below schedule for rooms that will be available during the Wednesday activity periods in March:
3/1 – CTE, Math, PE, Science
3/8 – Arts, English, Social Studies, World Language, Alt. Ed
3/15 – CTE, Math, PE, Science
3/22 – Arts, English, Social Studies, World Language, Alt. Ed
3/29 – CTE, Math, PE, Science
OSD Night at the Rainiers set for April 15
Posted on 2017-02-21
Saturday, April 15 is the third annual Olympia School District Night at the Tacoma Rainiers. The Rainiers will take on the Albuquerque Isotopes beginning at 5:05 p.m. at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma.
All students, families, teachers, staff and the Olympia School District community are invited to join us for this fun-filled district event. Invite your friends and neighbors to join us and show support for the Rainiers and our schools. Last year we sold more than 200 tickets. Let’s see if we can surpass that this year!
Be sure to arrive on time to watch Superintendent Dick Cvitanich throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Then stick around after the game for “Kids Run the Bases.”
Superintendent search update: job announcement posted
Posted on 2017-02-14
Northwest Leadership Associates, the consulting firm assisting the Olympia School District in its search for a new superintendent, has posted an online job announcement for individuals interested in applying for the leadership position. Dates have also been set for daylong interviews with finalists, including an opportunity for community input.
The deadline to apply for the Olympia School District superintendent position is March 7, 2017. The individual selected will replace Dick Cvitanich, who retires effective June 30, 2017.
Learn about the role of a school board member and open seats in November
Posted on 2017-02-14
Learn about the role of a school board director and get information about the three board seats open in the November 2017 General Election during a community meeting on March 8.
People interested in vying for a seat on the school board, as well as those who want to learn more about the role, are encouraged to attend the meeting. The event is scheduled from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Knox Administrative Center, 1113 Legion Way S.E. in Olympia.
Free parenting classes
Posted on 2016-12-05
The Olympia School District is offering FREE parent education classes with Candyce Lund-Bollinger during the 2016-17 school year. Candyce will present on a variety of topics focused on specific age groups from kindergarten through grade 12.