News and Events
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; on this page you will also find archived newsletters.
For Vietnamese, Spanish, Tagalog, or Somali versions of the newsletter click here
For newsletters from previous years click here
Graham Hill " Second Look" School Tour
April 10, 2014 | Contact: Graham Hill - 206-252-7140
“Second Look” School Tour
Are you a prospective family considering Graham Hill Elementary for the 2014-15 school year?
Please join our school community for a spring tour to get a second (or first!) look at Graham Hill Elementary. You will be welcomed by families for informal coffee, tea and chat, followed by parent-led classroom visits through Graham Hill’s Montessori, Contemporary, Specialty and Special Education classrooms.
Wednesday, April 23 and Thursday, April 24
for more information about the tours please click below
Mother's Night Out
Come join a partership of Southeast Seattle Schools as they discuss ways to work collaboratively to better serve Somali students and their families.
for more information, please click here
April 10, 2014 | Contact: Farhiya Omer, (206) 252-7140
Father's Night Out - Men of Color
You are Cordially Invited to:
“ Men of Color- Father’s Night Out”
May 2, 2014 -- 6-pm - 8pm
Rainier Beach High School Library
For more information please click here
April 10, 2014 | Contact: LaNita Thomasson, (206) 252-6352
State of the School 2014- Powerpoint
Graham Each year, Principal Laurie Morrison, shares her reflection and outlook for Graham Hill Elementary at the “State of Graham Hill”. This January event highlights the celebrations of the year thus far, the projections for the spring ahead, and opens the conversation for areas that the school can grow in. This evening event is well attended by the broad community who are invested in the success of our neighborhood school. To view the information shared at the 2014 State of Graham Hill click on the school above. Translations in Vietnamese, Spanish, Somali and Tagolog can be provided by calling 206.252.7140.
February 20, 2014 | Contact: Graham Hill, (206) 252-7140
Getting to Know the Mood Meter
Have your children come home talking about a Green day or maybe a Red moment they had at recess. Well Graham Hill has implemented the RULER, a curriculum to help build our students' social/emotional wellbeing. If you would like to become more familiar with the Mood Meter, a visual tool to help students track their social /emotional wellbeing throughout the day, click on the link below.
December 31, 2013 |
Kindergarten Jump Start
Seattle Public Schools – Summer 2014
KINDERGARTEN JUMP START
August 18-22, 2014
for more information please click here
Sensory Story Time
| Columbia branch library is offering a Sensory Story Time for children up to age 10 who are on the autism spectrum. We’ve recently had the program very favorably evaluated by Joshua Cohen, who is a mental health counselor, working with children on the autism spectrum in individual and group therapy.
and we want to get the word out to the community, since it is a free service that the library is offering and which people may not be aware of. The program is at 10:15 on alternate Saturdays (going to be weekly starting in April) and is free of charge. Siblings are invited as well, of course!
Here’s a link to our website that describes what to expect at a Sensory Story Time and has a visual guide to the program. If you have any questions or would like to know more about it, please don’t hesitate to contact me or Will Wagler, as we are the presenters.
Columbia Branch Library
February 02, 2011 | Contact: Erin Sternin, (206) 386-1908
Special Ed. PTSA
Do you have a child ages 3-21 who receives
special education or are you an educator or other
provider of specially education?
If so, we invite you to come visit us at one of our
September 23, 2013 | Contact: email@example.com or visit website www.seattlespecialedptsa.org
Native American/Alaskan Native Students After School Program
October 1, 2013 | Contact: Deena Russo, (206) 252-7452
Hi Graham Hill,
South Shore houses an after school program funded by the city to support Native American/Alaskan Native students with homework and cultural awareness. Here are the forms if you have students that might benefit from this. On another note, if anyone is interested in having a Haida presentation of stories, songs, dance and artifacts, let me know. I am a member of Haida first nations.
Student information: Information for Huchoosedah After-School Program
If you are interested in applying: Application for Huchoosedah After-School Program
House Administrator/Principal Intern
South Shore School
The Measurement of Academic Progress (MAP) is one assessment that the district uses to assess the students of Seattle Public Schools. At Graham Hill this test is done in all grades twice a year. We have included a link to help you better understand the MAP
September 27, 2013 | Contact: Graham Hill 206-252-7140