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PCMS Heroes – Student Recognition Program 

  • Monthly Heroes

Each month, students learn about an essential skill during Lynx Life.  Skills include commitment, patience, selflessness, humility, kindness, respect, honesty, and forgiveness.  At the end of each month, PCMS staff will nominate students that go above and beyond to exemplify the monthly trait.  Monthly Heroes will be recognized on morning announcements, will receive a certificate, and a note will be sent home.  We look forward to supporting students’ social-emotional growth and celebrating their successes!

  • Everyday Heroes

Everyday Heroes are small tickets students may earn when they are seen demonstrating school expectations - Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe. The tickets are used to reinforce these behaviors and build a positive relationship between staff and students.  Students place tickets they earn in a grade-level raffle box.  Each Friday, raffle winners are announced on morning announcements and winners may choose a prize.

General Announcement

If you missed the "Canvas for Parents" presentation at PCMS before Curriculum Night on 9/13, or if you'd like a refresher, please use this link to access the video.  The video is also permanently posted on the PCMS Website under Academics --> Technology Support.

Athletics

Sports Fees:  Please complete all of the steps in Final Forms when registering your student and start processing your payment for your student’s Fall sport now.  Cut sports have now made their final rosters. Cut sport payments are only due if your student made the team. If your student is not participating in a “cut sport”, the fee is due once practice begins (9/12). ALL FEES FOR SPORTS MUST BE PAID PRIOR TO THE FIRST GAME / MEET / MATCH FOR YOUR STUDENT TO PARTICPATE. 

District

You're Invited: Superintendent's Community Forum

Hello, ISD Community! Today I am excited to share my progress on the first half of my First 100 Days as your superintendent. So far, my work has been centered on listening and learning. I’d like to invite all students, families, community members and staff to a Community Forum from 5-6:30 p.m. on Oct. 20 at the Administration Building.

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While we can work together year round to take care of fellow students, staff, families and community members, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and other mental health organizations recognize September as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. If someone you know is at risk of suicide, call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or chat 988lifeline.org to get help.

upcoming events

We want to hear from you! Please "read more" to view a clickable link where you can complete the 2023 and Beyond School Calendar Survey. Keep in mind that per state law, Issaquah School District must hold school 180 days per school year. The survey will be open until 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022.

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As a district we are making strides to align grading practices to the latest research in an effort to ensure that grades reflect academic learning. This year's report cards will reflect this work. These grading practice revisions are required in Executive Limitation 12, which is based on the belief that every student should have access to all academic and social-emotional learning supports that they need in order to achieve their full potential.