Check List for Spring Break
- All assignments submitted to your teachers?
- Spring Conference scheduled for either April 16th or April 17th?
Check List for Spring Break
“Remember to make your reservation for the annual auction by February 26th.” with “Auction tickets still available in the FWPA Office for via the link below.”
Our PTSA Annual Auction is less than a month away. This long standing FWPA tradition has helped our school in many ways, the most recent is the purchase of a rolling computer lab. FWPA is abuzz with busy auction workers. Grade level art projects are underway. The grade level ceramics projects have been delivered to the art lab to be fired. Tickets are being sold and donations are beginning to roll in. <More>
Watch your mailbox next week for your invitation to FWPA’s 16th Annual Auction on Saturday, March 14, 2015. Come help us celebrate ‘Pi’ day (3.1415) at this year’s event, “The ‘Pi’rates of FWPA Island”. Yes, that’s right…only at FWPA can you mix Pirates and Pi (Math) and make it into a fun-filled night that benefits our students.
The grade level ceramics projects; bowls, platters and even a lovely cake plate adorned with student stick figure self-portraits, are in their final stages. Grade level art projects, handmade by FWPA students, are about to get underway. Each leadership class has chosen a theme for a classroom basket and are beginning to collect donations. These baskets are sold during the live auction portion of the March 14 event, and include such themes as Chocolate, Best of Seattle, Parents’ Night Out and more. The proceeds from the leadership baskets go directly to student camping trips later this year.
The generosity of the 2014 auction enabled FWPA to purchase a COW “Computers on Wheels” to complete FWPA’s first mobile computer lab.
When are classes held? Classes are held between 8:30 AM and 3:00 PM.
Will bus service to and from school be provided? Bus service will not be provided.
Where can I find a choice application? Choice applications are found at any school.
When are choice applications due? Choice applications are available from February 2nd to February 27th. Choice applications are due to the district office, at 33330 8th Ave. S in Federal Way, Washington, on February 27th.
Where can I find more information on choice enrollment? Please follow this link, Choice Enrollment in the Federal Way School District for more detailed information.
Do you have a question about the Federal Way Public Academy? Please send your question to the Public Academy Webmaster.
Dear 5th Grade Parents and Guardians,
The Federal Way Public Academy (FWPA) staff and I would like you to join us at our annual “Information Night” to explore the challenging educational option our school has to offer.
FWPA is a school in the Federal Way Public School District which provides students a rigorous and challenging academic program. The school’s mission is to provide a college preparatory curriculum for students in grades six through ten. We are proud of our levels of high achievement and the success of our students.
FWPA has been a popular choice for parents who seek a college preparatory education in a small school setting for their child. Enrollment at FWPA is approximately 300. About 60 sixth grade students will be selected in a random drawing on March 16, along with a few students for grades 7 through 10.
FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC ACADEMY’S
WHO: All prospective FWPA parents
WHERE: 34620 9th Ave S
WHEN: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 OR Thursday, February 19, 2015
TIME: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Please join us for the annual Federal Way Public Academy Information nights on January 28th and February 19th at 7 PM. These meetings will provide general information and insight to all interested families about attending the Federal Way Public Academy.
For more information on choice enrollment please visit the choice enrollment portion of the district website.
Of all the traditions that FWPA has established over the years, the day before winter break potluck is an all time favorite. Leadership classes take the initiative on bringing food, setting up the tables, serving food, and the cleanup. Please discuss the event with your student, and find out what food items your student agreed to bring.