Category: Message from the Board-2
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The school board met for a special meeting this week on Tuesday, July 30. Three school board candidates attended: Malia Hollowell, Pete Miller, and Lea Rigtrup. Katrina Montgomery was excused from the meeting to attend a school safety conference on behalf of the district. There was a public hearing scheduled about the budget for year […]
The school board held a special meeting this week to go over budget details and the revised dress code. All five board members were there, and two of the candidates running for office were also there: Pete Miller and Jamie Fairbanks. BUDGET The budget discussion was an overview. Here is the draft budget for revenue […]
The school board tonight was uneventful from the perspective of PATH. One interesting public comment came from a parent advocating for later middle school and high school start times. Her evidence of altered circadian rhythms in adolescents seemed the most convincing point of the argument. The board seemed most concerned over an increased prevalence of […]
What a great group! Thanks to all who came out to the PATH social last week. From cup towers to magnet madness to showcasing why we’re exceptional, everyone had a good time connecting at the Spring Social. We loved getting to know each other better! Michelle Smart
Why We Chose Discovery Owen Gabrielson My spouse and I chose Discovery to surround our child with focused, quirky, intense, weird, smart kids. Below, I describe what Discovery is, what led us to it, and why it works for us. Your mileage may vary. What is Discovery? Washington’s Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) […]
This week, I attended the school board meeting with Laura Myers—a PATH parent and the CRES PTO president. Here are our main takeaways: 1 – The board spent a significant amount of time carefully considering a decision in front of them: how to balance the desire for smaller K-3 class size with the constraints of […]