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Be at school, on time, every day that you are well!

How can you help?
Tell your child how important school is and then show him or her by getting him or her to school on time every day that he or she is well.

Model how important school is by setting up doctor's appointments back to back on the same day or at the beginning or end of the day so you maximize your child's time at school. It is even better if you schedule doctor's appointments during school breaks and/or teacher professional work days.

Bring your child to school even when he or she has an appointment in the morning or afternoon. Even two hours of missed learning is significant when we are moving forward with our learning in math, reading, writing, science, and beyond!

Arrange your morning in a way that your child is dropped off at school or dropped off on the bus on time every day. When a child arrives 10 minutes late to school, he or she misses a lot!

School Daily Schedule

8:10-8:35           Breakfast  - Gym - Kitchen Area

8:30                  Classrooms Open

8:40                  Classes Begin

11:35 - 11:50     Lunch - Kindergarten & 1st Grade (Recess 11:50 - 12:20)

12:05 - 12:20     Lunch - 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Grade (Recess 12:20 - 12:50)

12:35 - 12:50     Lunch - 5th & 6th Grade (Recess 12:50 - 1:20)

3:10                  School Dismissal


Early Dismissal: All students are dismissed at 11:40 am on early dismissal days. Lunch is served before students are dismissed.

Attendance Policies:

If your child is going to be late or absent from school, you must call (425) 431-7620 to notify the office that your child is safe. Students who arrive after 8:40 am must come to the office to receive a tardy pass before going to the classroom. Five tardies will count as one unexcused absence. Long-term absences must be pre-approved by the principal. Approval forms are available in the office.

It's A Law - Excused absences and tardies: Under district policy, an excused absence or tardy is one in which the parent, by phone call or note, presents a reason for non-attendance. Notification must be within two school days of the child's return to school. To comply with the state law, the College Place office tracks whether parent contact has been made to excuse their child's absence. The acceptable reasons for an excused absence/tardy include:

  1. Illness
  2. Medical, dental, or other appointment that cannot be scheduled before or after school.
  3. Recognized religious observance
  4. Family emergency or event such as funeral or birth
  5. A prearranged absence or tardy approved in advance by the principal.

These criteria guide schools in determining what is an excusable absence or tardy. It is important to note that a parent simply excusing a child's absence or tardy does not make it "excused" under district policy and state law. Not included are absences or tardies for reasons which might be detrimental to student learning.

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