PCMS Staff was treated to Lunch provided by the PTSA on the Grading Day, Friday, 3/17th. The St. Patrick's Day themed goodies were delicious -- full baked potato bar, salad, and desserts. Thank you for spoiling us, PTSA! We appreciate you! It was a perfect celebration for the end of TRI 2! Thank you!
Please join us for these upcoming performances at PCMS:
3/28: Band Concert @ 7 PM
3/30: Orchestra Concert @ 7 PM
3/31: Willy Wonka, Jr., the Musical @ 7 PM
4/1: Willy Wonka, Jr, the Musical @ 2 PM and 7 PM
Season 4 Sports Registration starts March 15th. Students must be registered prior to March 31st. Co-ed Spring Track begins on April 3rd. Read More for details!
Hello PCMS families,
As we approach the beginning of Ramadan, we wanted to share options for our Muslim students planning to fast during this time. At lunches, practicing students may go to Room 2203 should they prefer a separate space to the lunchroom. Any students having concerns and/or challenges during this time can reach out to their counselor for support.
PCMS Administration and Counseling Staff
Laura Meserole, A-K – email@example.com
Miranda Williams, L-Z – firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy your vacation! See you back at PCMS on Monday, April 17th!
Report Cards for the end of trimester are live and available for parent viewing on Family Access. Directions for how you can access and view your student’s report card can be found on the district website. Blank translations of the report cards are also available on the district website in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Russian. Reach out to your student’s teacher if you would like more information regarding your student’s progress.
Strategic planning work proceeds this week, with a work study session prior to the regular School Board meeting as well as a regular session discussion item. The district is creating a three-year strategic plan that will identify specific goals, strategies for reaching those goals, and metrics to measure progress.
At this week’s School Board meeting, staff and board members will continue discussions about the 2023-24 budget process. The recommended reduction for next year is about $9.8 million, with 81% of that amount at the central Administration Building and Operations. A Reduction in Force (RIF) of certificated staff members is not part of the proposed reductions.
It’s kindergarten registration season! Do you live in the Issaquah School District and have a student who will be 5 years old by Aug. 31, 2023? It’s time to register your student for kindergarten for the fall of 2023!
This year’s Summer School offerings vary based on student need, grade and what the district currently has resources to offer. Please click "read more" to visit our website and see options available for various grade levels.