Health Youth Survey for 6th and 8th Graders
Sixth and eighth graders will participate in the Healthy Youth Survey through their social studies classes, during the week of October 13-17.
The Healthy Youth Survey (HYS) is a collaborative effort of the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the Department of Health, the Department of Social and Health Service's Division of Behavioral and Health and Recovery, Family Policy Council, Department of Commerce, and Liquor Control Board.
The Healthy Youth Survey provides important survey results about the health of adolescents in Washington. County prevention coordinators, community mobilization coalitions, community public health and safety networks, and others use this information to guide policy and programs that serve youth.
For more information, visit http://www.askhys.net/
Mustang Monster Dash 5K RunWalk is October 25, 2014
Calling all boys and ghouls, mummies and daddies! Have a howling good time at the Mustang Monster Dash 5K. $25 registration before October 17 (includes a t-shirt), and $30 registration after October 17 (no t-shirt guaranteed). Twilight 3.2 mile run/walk, free kids walk, DJ, refreshments, prizes and more! Same day registration 1:30-2:30 PM. Meet at Marshall Middle School. Register at Active.com. Costumes encouraged. This event is a fundraiser for the Marshall Community Council.
Parent Education Workshops with Candyce Bollinger
Noted Olympia-area parent educator, Candyce Bollinger, will offer three workshops this fall and winter for parents of middle and high school aged students. All presentations are free and will be offered in the Capital High School Theater.
September 30 - Topic: Teen Developmental Overview
December 9 - Topic: To be determined by CHS Open House parent survey
February 10 - Topic: To be determined by CHS Open House parent survey
All workshops will be 6:00-8:00 PM. No registration is needed.
Minimizing Classroom Disruptions due to Message Deliveries
With the goal of minimizing classroom disruptions, items and messages will no longer be delivered to students during class time. Instead, these will be held in the office, and students will be notified at lunch time to pick them up. Messages for students after lunch time will be delivered to classrooms on an emergency basis only (safety concern). Thank you for understanding as we maximize learning time for students.
Parents: How to Manage Your District Phone Calls
You can now manage how and where you receive phone calls from the school district.
- Tuesday, September 30
- Parent Education Workshops w/ Candyce Bollinger at CHS
- Wednesday, October 1
- One Hour Late Start (EXCEPT Lincoln and Avanti)
- 7th Grade Volleyball Marshall @ Griffin
- 8th Grade Volleyball Griffin @ Marshall
- Boys Soccer Jefferson @ Marshall