County Executive Dow Constantine spent Thursday, Nov. 13 with Superintendent Sally McLean touring and learning about Federal Way Public Schools.
County Executive was greeted at Camelot Elementary by Principal Cindy Dracobly. He visited a science classroom, where he learned about students’ work in hands-on science and it’s real world application while synthesizing arguments for and against the plastic bag ban in Seattle.
Mr. Constantine also toured the community garden, Highly Capable program, and preschool at Camelot.
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Friday, November 21st at 6:30pm to watch FROZEN with all your friends. Bring your pillow and blankets to the Camelot Great Hall. Each child will receive a fun FROZEN activity packet. Popcorn will be served for all!
Every time you shop at Safeway and use your Safeway Club card, you can be earning money for Camelot Elementary. Go to www.escrip.com
On the right hand side of the page, find “Make a Difference in Four Easy Steps”
Click on (1) Sign Up -its Free. Enter your Zip code.
Complete Step 1: Your information.
Fill in your information and create a user name and password. The password must consist of 6 to 12 letters and numbers. Click on “Continue”
Complete Step 2: Select schools or nonprofit’s.
Type “Camelot” in the space to the left of the “Search” button. “Camelot PTA-Federal Way Council 9415″ will come up. Click the box to the left of “Camelot PTA- Federal Way Council 9415″. Click on “Continue”
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Register more than one card! Choose “Select card” and pick a card type from the dropdown menu. Enter your card number. There are two lines on which you can enter cards. If you hit tab after entering the second card number, it will give you a line to enter another one. Enter phone number(s). Click continue”.
Review your information. Click “Sign Up”. That’s it!! Tell your family, friends and neighbors.
Recently Camelot was awarded $7,500 from Weyerhaeuser for on-going work being done to the Camelot West Forest education site. After 2 years of student observations, interviews with native plant specialists and architects, designing with a Seattle landscape architect, and several work parties at the site to remove ivy, blackberries, weeds, and tree debris, Camelot along with Mrs. Borg’s 5th grade classes are moving forward with the Weyerhaeuser Outdoor Classroom Project. The outdoor classroom will focus on environmental science and sustainability practices. Camelot is a green school where we continue to strive for new ways to learn about protecting and conserving our natural resources. The grant money will help build trails, informational signs, observation platforms, and a covered classroom with benches. This third year is the beginning of the construction phase of the project. Look for ways to support and help out with this project in the next couple of months.
For more information – please contact Mrs. Borg at email@example.com or 253-945-2521
Does your child want to learn everything?
Does your child learn everything fast?
Does your child have an insatiable curiosity about everything?
Does your child love solving problems?
Does your child take risks consistently because they want to know what will happen?
It is possible that your child is Highly Capable, and may require opportunities to progress at school and in the home.
Nominations for the Highly Capable Program are now available for current kindergarten students. By nominating your student, he or she will be considered for the highly-capable designation and may be eligible for advanced services and programs provided by the district. Nomination forms are due November 30th.
Nomination forms can be found at: http://www.fwps.org/academics/highlycapable/
Or use this direct link to complete the form online:
October 13th order forms will be available in the front office to order Camelot Spirit Wear
or you may email Miss Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cash or Checks (made out to Camelot Elementary) accepted.
Adult size XXL, add—$4.00
Congratulations to our 2013-2014 HCP Classroom.
Each participating class examined a local public policy issue by studying the impact of the problem on the community, evaluating alternative solutions to the problem, proposing an agreed-upon public policy solution, and finally, creating a political action plan to enlist local or state authorities in adopting their proposed policy. Students were required to provide thorough documentation of their research in a binder that accompanied each portfolio. Students from Camelot ranked in the Superior Achievement Level, the highest level. Only six other states ranked at the superior level.
Project Citizen is the most extensive education program in the country of its kind that teaches young people how to examine and influence the public policymaking process. The program aims to give students a hands-on understanding of their responsibilities as American citizens. Students are provided the opportunity to take an active role in positive social change.
Kaelin Albade – Preschool
Adam Barry – 4/5 Grade
Shannon Curran – Family Liaison
Janet Genord – Kindergarten
Claire Gifford – Psychologist, Preschool
Yinafika Gizaw – Interventionist
Elicia Kneadler – 3/4/5 Academic Core
Ronda Kolb – Resource Room
Robyn Rix – Psychologist
Kelsey Winkler – 1st Grade
Come join our team! Transportation is looking for substitute drivers. A good driving record and a positive attitude are required.
Training and preparation for the CDL test is provided, paid training. Substitute drivers earn $17.52 per hour after training is complete, and can work an average of 10-30 hours per week, depending on the needs of the department. We hire permanent drivers from our substitute pool. This is a great part-time job for stay at home parents and retirees.
Details can be found at the district website: www.fwps.org