Rhymes and songs from KCLS Fiestas and Tell Me A Story programs, Los Zomis No Comen Verduras!, and other great online resources are available in Spanish free to parents and caregivers through KCLS Kids.
Join LWPTSA for a virtual Lunch & Learn short presentations and discussion on, “Community Support Services Roundtable.” Thursday, March 18 from 12:00-1:00 PM. An event link will be available at http://www.lwptsa.net/lunch-learn/.
Questions? Contact Yumna A. Green, LWPTSA Executive Vice President, EVP@lwptsa.net.
The Clara Barton Community cares! Thank you for your generous donations that made the 2nd Annual Food Drive a success. If you missed the food drop-off dates and would like to help families with school-aged children in our community, Redmond School Break Food Box Program accepts online donations: https://www.redmondfoodbox.org/donate
National PTA has created information on the unique challenges black children face and ways we can better support their families to achieve student success. Celebrate Black History Month with articles, guides and information from PTSA available here.
Also, join LWPTSA for its February Brown Bag Lunch & Learn presentation and discussion, “Unconscious bias and how it impacts our lives,” on Thursday, February 18, 12:00–1:00 PM. The Brown Bag is open to all community members and is hosted online. More information is available here. Questions? Contact Yumna A. Green, LWPTSA EVP, EVP@lwptsa.net.
|Thank you, PTSA Members, for your survey participation last month to provide feedback on PTA legislative priorities for 2020-2021.|
Our delegate voted with members from across Washington State at the two-day legislative assembly to let your voice be heard. The results are in. These are the new top five priority issues Washington State PTA will advocate throughout the year.
- Increase Access to Nursing, Mental Health, and Social Emotional Learning Staff
- Support Students and Preserve Education Funding
- Increasing Educational Equity by Closing the Digital Divide
- Supports and Funding for Students with Disabilities and Their Families
- Prevent and Reduce Gun Violence and Suicide
For more information, visit WSPTA Advocacy.
In Washington State, 12% of students ages 3 – 18 have been identified with a disability under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). More than 23% of adults in Washington have a disability. In 2008, the Washington State legislature passed a law declaring October as Disability History Month.
On Tuesday, October 20, the LWPTSA Council Special Education group will present, “Understanding Legacy: Disability Rights History in the US,” by Eric Warwick, Defending Democracy Fellow for the Western States Center. Eric is a disability rights self-advocate and paraeducator. The presentation will discuss disability history and its implications for the present-day movement to build toward disability justice.
What: Understanding Legacy: Disability Rights History in the US
When: Tuesday, October 20, 6:30 – 7:00 PM is parent networking time, 7:00 – 8:30PM is the presentation
Where: Join via GoToMeeting here
Is your ballot coming? The General Election 2020 is November 3, but the preparation to vote is now. Click here for Washington State key links and info in one place to track your ballot, find a ballot box location, check your voter status, and register to vote.
Clara Barton PTSA is excited to bring Passport Club, a geography enrichment program, FREE to students and families. The new virtual program helps students learn the locations and pronunciations of the world’s countries. From there, students build an understanding of what goes on within the almost two hundred independent nations on our globe.
Registration is NOW open to all students in grades 1-5.
Learn more and register here.
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