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general announcement

A message from the bookkeeper: Please take a moment to look at your students receipting account and check for any fines and fees.It is important to stay current with class, sport and club fees and any fines will need to be taken care of as soon as possible. More details... 

upcoming events

Our annual winter celebrations kick off next week with a Winterfest assembly and week of spiritwear and themed events. Please have your student check Canvas for more details!

upcoming events

Kathryn Coffin, Principal, is looking forward to hosting her next 'coffee with Kathryn' on Wednesday Dec 6.  Originally scheduled in the evening, the meeting will now take place at 11:00am, on zoom. 

safety and security

We have noticed a pattern of parents coming into the front doors of the building, but not progressing straight into the front office for student pick-up, nor using the designated drop off area and then leaving promptly.   Any adults waiting in the vestibule area without permission, especially as other students are opening the doors to collect their own dropped items, does present a security concern for our building.  

upcoming events

When building the student schedules this year we piloted a new approach at BLMS, separating the PE and Health classes to offer more student scheduling choices for elective classes.  Students should therefore look closely at their Trimester 2 schedule for any changes in their day, effective Wednesday November 29th.


An Important Message from Superintendent Tow-Yick

The safety of all our students and staff is a top priority. Recent events locally and around the world remind me of the importance of creating an environment where all members of our school community engage in learning and care for each other. We are aware that students in our district shared social media posts about student-led walkouts at some of our high schools and middle schools on Nov. 29.

Superintendent Updates

In November's community update video, Superintendent Heather Tow-Yick shares about her gratitude and also about Care Solace, which is partnering with the district to help connect students, staff, and families with providers for mental health and substance abuse. Their service is available every day of the year, and in more than 200 languages.

Strategic Plan

As a reminder, we hope to hear from parents, guardians, staff and students about what "Authentic Engagement" means to you. More than 80% of the people who have participated in the ThoughtExchange so far are students, which we love; however, we would value additional parent, staff and community response as well.

upcoming events

Issaquah School District is excited to share a new partnership with Care Solace, a central hub that connects students, staff and their families to mental health and substance use care. Care Solace can quickly help find therapists, programs, make appointments, and navigate insurance (even for those without insurance) matched to the patient’s needs. The district will host an online event via Zoom to offer families more information about Care Solace at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 4.

upcoming events

The Cultural and Family Partnerships team will host a virtual college/post-high school education financial aid information night for families of students in grades 9-12 at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 29 on Zoom.