It’s a new world. Technology makes our lives more convenient and interesting. Young people need technology skills to succeed in the world of work.
But technology has also created new threats and problems, like picture sharing through text messaging.
The Federal Way Police Department will present information on keeping your child safe in the online world, 6 – 7:30 p.m., March 31, at Lakota Middle School. This event is open to the public, and is targeted to families of secondary students.
Click here to see FWPS safe cyber flyer
Who: Parents and Guardians of Sequoyah Middle School students
What: Pastries with Principal Springy Yamasaki and Assistant Principal Crystal Emmerson
When: Tuesday,March 31st 7am-7:30am & 6pm-7-pm
Where: Sequoyah Middle School
Why: Come and join the principals for some open conversation. All topics and questions welcome
Also: Childcare will be provided during the evening session
For over a decade, Federal Way Public Schools has set a high bar for its students, asking them to earn more credits by graduation than the state require. >> Read more
High School graduation requirements change flier(PDF)
This spring, Federal Way students in grades 3-8, 10 and 11 will take new state assessments. They are referred to as the Smarter Balanced Assessment and all students across Washington state, and in many other states, will take them. The assessments measure student knowledge of the new state standards. This is the second year we have been teaching to these standards, which are often referred to as Common Core.
For more information please read the flier below:
Smarter Balanced Flier (PDF)
“The DreamBox student driven learning environment differentiates content, pace, and sequence for the highest levels of student achievement so every student can learn to think critically, understand deeply and have a life-long love for and confidence in math.” >> See more
DreamBox is used as a supplemental curriculum in the math department to support the needs of all students.
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Earlier this month, students at Sequoyah Middle School got to experience a hands-on, field research experience in science at a camping trip at the Mt. Rainier Institute. This is the second year in which the school has been offering this trip to its’ students Read more>>
Watch the featured video on Sequoyah at the Mt. Rainier Institute
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