Welcome to the Student Learning Department

 

Student Learning supports the education of all children by directly providing resources and support to teachers and families. We are working to prepare our students to be successful and productive students and citizens in the 21st century.
 
21st century students need to be great problem-solvers, critical-thinkers, collaborators, initiative-takers, and communicators. In order to reach these goals, we ask ourselves these questions:
  1. What do we expect students to learn? (the Washington state standards)
  2. How will we know that they learned it? (state, district and school assessments)
  3. What will we do if they do not learn it? (interventions)
  4. What will we do if they already get it? (enrichment)
  5. What are the best instructional practices to support high levels of learning?
Our teachers use the Professional Learning Community (PLC) structure to collaborate and support our conversations around these questions.
 

 
For more information contact Student Learning Executive Director:
Lara Drew 
425-431-7412
 
 
District Improvement Plan
The District Improvement Plan (.pdf) is the result of a very careful analysis of state, district, and classroom-based assessments, highlighting our need to address the performance of our students in early literacy (K-3), math and science. The above link shares the specifics of this work.
 
 

Public School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services Usage

As part of the No Child Left Behind Act, when a Title I school does not meet Adequate Yearly Progress for 2 years, parents are entitled to Public School Choice. If the school does not meet Adequate Yearly Progress for 3 or more years, parents of students on the Free and Reduced Lunch Plan also have the option to receive Supplemental Educational Services.

Public School Choice

# Students Eligible

# Students Participated

2007-2008

None

2008-2009

460

10

2009-2010

847

79

2010-2011

1357

44

2011-2012

2691

82

Supplemental Educational Services

# Students Eligible

# Students Participated

2007-2008

None

2008-2009

None

2009-2010

347

133

2010-2011

352

218

2011-2012

431

194