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Interpreter/Translation Services

Interpreter/Translation Services

 

Your child’s education is very important. As the parent/guardian of a Northshore student, you have the right to participate in your child’s education, including communicating with teachers and staff about your child. Northshore offers interpreter and translation services to parents free of charge. We encourage you to tell someone at your child’s school if you need an interpreter or a translation. Please contact your school office or 425.408.6014 if you have any questions or concerns about Northshore’s language services.

 
孩子的教育非常重要。 作为 Northshore 学校学生的父母/监护人, 您有权参与您 孩子的教育,包括与学校教职人员就您孩子的各方面情况进行沟通。 Northshore 学校向家长免费提供口译和笔译服务。 如果您需要翻译服务,我们鼓励您告诉您 孩子所在学校的相关人员。 如对 Northshore 语言服务有任何问题,请与学校办事 处或 联系,电话:425.408.6014。
 
귀 자녀의 교육은 매우 중요합니다. Northshore 학생의 부모/후견인으로서 귀하에게는 자녀에 대해 교사 및 직원과 의견을 나누는 등 자녀 교육에 참여할 권리가 있습니다. Northshore는 학부모에게 통역 및 번역 서비스를 무료로 제공합니다. 통역 또는 번역이 필요한 경우에는 자녀 학교의 교직원에게 말씀해 주시기 바랍니다. Northshore의 언어 서비스에 대한 질문 또는 관심사항이 있는 경우에는 교무실 또는 에게 425.408.6014으로 연락해 주십시오.
 
Образование вашего ребенка имеет большое значение. Являясь родителем / опекуном ученика округа Northshore, вы имеете право на участие в его образовании, в том числе на общение с учителями и персоналом школы по вопросам, касающимся вашего ребенка. Школьный округ Northshore предлагает родителям бесплатные услуги устного и письменного перевода. Если вам требуется помощь устного или письменного переводчика, сообщите об этом кому-либо из персонала школы, в которой учится ваш ребенок. Свяжитесь с администрацией школы или со по телефону 425.408.6014, если у вас возникнут какие-либо вопросы или трудности со службой переводов Northshore.
 
Sự giáo dục của con quý vị là rất quan trọng. Là phụ huynh/người giám hộ của học sinh Northshore, quý vị có quyền tham gia chương trình giáo dục của con mình, gồm có việc liên lạc với giáo viên và nhân viên liên quan đến con quý vị. Northshore cung cấp dịch vụ thông dịch và biên dịch miễn phí cho phụ huynh. Chúng tôi khuyến khích quý vị nên thông báo cho một nhân viên tại trường học của con quý vị nếu quý vị cần thông dịch viên hoặc tài liệu dịch. Vui lòng liên hệ văn phòng nhà trường hoặc qua số 425.408.6014 nếu quý vị có bất kỳ thắc mắc hay quan ngại nào về các dịch vụ ngôn ngữ của Northshore.
 
La educación de su hijo(a) es muy importante. Como padre/tutor de un alumno de Northshore, usted tiene derecho a participar en la educación de su hijo(a), esto incluye comunicarse con los profesores y el personal para hablar sobre su hijo(a). Northshore ofrece servicios de traducción e interpretación sin costo para los padres.  Si usted necesita un intérprete o una traducción por favor coméntelo con alguien de la escuela donde estudia su hijo(a). Por favor contacte a la dirección de la escuela o a al 425.408.6014 si tiene preguntas o inquietudes relacionadas con los servicios de traducción e interpretación de Northshore.

Elementary Breakfast & Lunch Info

Elementary Breakfast & Lunch Info

students eating lunch

 

 

 

 

Breakfast

Breakfast is served at all elementary schools. 

Lunch

Most elementary students eat lunch in their classrooms.  Students at Canyon Creek, Cottage Lake, Fernwood and Lockwood elementary schools eat in cafeteria-type settings. 
 

Lunch at all elementary schools offers a choice of three entrees served with a "Five-Star" Salad Bar which includes a wide variety of fruits and vegetables often sourced locally, and a choice of dressings and milk.  

Meal Prices

Milk is included in the price of breakfast and lunch or can be purchased separately.  The cost of meals are subject to change annually. 

 

GRADE LEVEL   BREAKFAST  LUNCH   MILK ONLY 
K-5     $1.75 $3.00 $  .50
       
Free and Reduced-Pricing        
K-3  Free Free  $  .50
4-5 (qualified for free meals) Free Free $  .50
4-5 (qualified for reduced meals)  Free $  .40 $  .50
       
Adults    $2.40 $4.00 $  .50

2016-17 ASB Financial Reports

2016-17 ASB Financial Reports

ASB reports for the 16-17 school year have not yet been audited and will change as year end procedures are completed. Reports for the 16-17 school year in their final form will be posted after the district's annual financial audit is completed. Please check back later to view the final reports.

Please click on a school below to download the preliminary 2016-17 ASB financial report for that school.

 Return to ASB Financial Reports webpage

Elementary Schools Middle Schools High Schools 
Arrowhead Canyon Park  Bothell
Bear Creek Kenmore  Inglemoor
Canyon Creek Leota  Woodinville
Cottage Lake Northshore  SAS
Crystal Springs Skyview   
East Ridge Timbercrest   
Fernwood    
Frank Love    
Hollywood Hill    
Kenmore Elem.    
Kokanee    
Lockwood    
Maywood Hills    
Moorlands    
Shelton View    
Sunrise    
Wellington    
Westhill    
Woodin    
Woodmoor  

Technology Opt Out Forms

Technology Opt Out Forms

We live in a global and digital world -- a world changed by technology and new ideas about how we communicate with one another and exchange information. As a result, students must develop the research, information fluency, and technology skills that will allow them to be successful safe, and ethical in this digital world. For this reason, students are provided computer access privileges at school, as well as access to the Internet, email, digital communication and collaboration tools, online learning spaces, and electronic educational resources. These resources, tools, and equipment are essential to teaching and learning.  The guidelines for responsible use of these tools are outlined in School Board Procedure 2022P, which can be found here: https://goo.gl/mPQ1qD

 

Standard applications and accounts that are configured for student use include (but are not limited to):

 

●      Active Directory: Each student is given an account in Active Directory that they will use to log on to any district-owned computer within the district network and provide them with access to a cloud-based folder where their important documents and projects can be stored.  These credentials are also used to access our Library Catalog, GoogleApps for Education Environment, and Online Grades portal.

●      Northshore’s Google Apps for Education Environment: This education-focused Google Apps environment is hosted by Google, and managed by the District.  This collection of online applications provides students with a Google email account, calendar, and access to GoogleDrive, where students can create, share, and publish documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other artifacts of their learning. The District creates and manages user accounts; manages access to applications and email based on grade level organizations; and manages permissions. For example, email accounts the District creates for elementary students can only communicate with other email accounts created by the District.
(Note that Google Apps for Education (GAFE) accounts are covered by more restrictive data privacy practices than “regular” Google accounts, including a restriction on advertising and the use of student data for advertising purposes. GAFE also was an early signatory to the Student Privacy Pledge.)

●      Online Curriculum Systems: Most of the curriculum adopted in the District is accompanied by or depends on access to an online system where content and assessments are stored.  Many of these systems require students to have a unique account created for them, which allows them to access supplemental video content, take quizzes, and strengthen their understanding about the ideas in a content area.  For District-wide curriculum, the District creates and manages these accounts.  In these cases, the terms of use and privacy policies are reviewed thoroughly before providing any student account data to the vendor.

 

Under the Federal Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA), the District is required to filter Internet access and to teach online safety.  The District takes your student’s safety and privacy very seriously and makes every effort to supervise and monitor student technology use.  We use Internet filtering software to block access to content that is obscene, pornographic, or harmful to minors. We provide instruction to all students in the area of Digital Citizenship through use of District-approved curriculum from Common Sense Media.

 

Given all of these factors, Parents or guardians still do have the right to terminate their student’s access to electronic tools and resources by signing the District Technology Opt-Out form. If you do not want your student to use District technology resources, please be aware that your decision to eliminate access to these tools may significantly affect your student’s ability to work collaboratively with his or her peers on class assignments and project, and may impact the development of skills necessary to live and work in this increasingly digital world.

 

Only complete the form if you choose for your student NOT to use District Technology.  Return the signed form to your school and schedule an appointment to discuss this with your Principal or Designated School Administrator.  After meeting with your Administrator, the Opt-Out request will remain in effect for one school year, and expires at the end of this school year.  To keep this Opt-Out in effect, you must complete a new form every school year. 

 

If no documentation is on file, it will be assumed that permission has been granted for access to the Internet, GoogleApps for Education (including email), Online Curriculum services, and other online applications and services that have been selected for use by the District, your child’s school, or your child’s teacher. 

 

Questions about the Opt-Out request can be directed to your school’s Principal.