May 24-31 BOGO book fair in the CKMS Library

Grab summer reads at the BOGO Book Fair

Our Spring BOGO (Buy One, Get One) Book Fair is a great way to jump-start summer reading. Get two books for the price of one! The BOGO Book Fair is open before school, after school and at lunch time for one week, beginning Friday, May 24. New this year: Leave the cash and checks at home. Set up an eWallet for your student by visiting our Book Fair home page HERE


Presentation on Dyslexia by SED Committee

The Snoqualmie Valley PTSA Council’s
Special Educations and Disability (SED) Committee
Presents...


When: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 7:00-8:30
Where: Snoqualmie Elementary School Library
39801 SE Park ST Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Who: Any interested community members including family members and school staff
Questions? Email Sarah Lichtenberger, SED Committee Chair, SVPTSASED@gmail.com
RSVPs encouraged by not required:https://tinyurl.com/DyslexiaSVSD

Presenter Background:
Laura Rogan, a skilled reading therapist, adult educator, counselor, and consumer-translator of reading research, possesses a unique combination of experience in school, academic, and clinical settings. She is recognized as a creative, and innovative educator with a special ability to craft and implement appropriate, engaging, and effective evidence-based learning strategies.
Prior to founding Wired For Reading, Laura Rogan, taught the Linguistic Remedies ? program to teachers for 12 years. She has been working with children with learning differences and their parents for twenty five years. Ms. Rogan herself has dyslexia. She teaches Wired For Reading teacher courses, conducts in service workshops, served on the board of the Puget Sound branch of the International Dyslexia Association and still maintains her private practice of more than twenty years.


Website: http://wiredforreading.com/


Come join us as Laura Rogan from Wired for Reading discusses what Dsylexia is, including the four low order processing issues associated with it and what red flags to look for before deciding whether to pursue formal testing.


Special Education/IEPs/504 Informal Conversations

Come join informal conversations about special education/ IEPs/504s. At these conversations, you will meet other parents, ask questions, and share your thoughts and needs with the Special Education and Disability Committee for the Snoqualmie Valley PTSA Council.

When: June 6, 2019 at 6:30-7:30pm.

Where: The Bindlestick 8010 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065

CLICK HERE for more infomation


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Book Fair Volunteers Needed!

Friday May 24- Friday, May 31st Book Fair

The PTSA is pleased to be able to sponsor a Scholastic BOGO (Buy One, Get One) Book Fair this Spring. With your help, we hope to get a lot of kids reading this summer, while saving families some money.

The Scholastic Point-of-Sale system is very easy to use and learn, so please consider taking a shift or two as a cashier. We also need help setting up and breaking down the fair. 

If you can volunteer, CLICK HERE.


7th Grade Career Day Parent Volunteers Needed

Dear CKMS Families,

CKMS is looking for a variety of careers to present to 7th grade students. We will be having a Career Day at CKMS on Friday May 31st from 8:25 – 10:00am and our 7th graders would enjoy hearing about community members’ or parents’ careers. This is a fantastic way for our 7th graders to get firsthand knowledge of the potential career paths.

We will be looking for nine(9) presenters to share about their career in four 20 min. presentations.

If you are interested or know of another adult interested in participating please email or call the counselors Amy Benolkin or Andrea Antone at benolkina@svsd410.orgor antonea@svsd410.org.

Thank you!


Youth Success Mentoring Opportunities

Youth Success Mentoring (YSM), an in-school volunteer mentoring program that pairs caring community members with students in the Riverview and Snoqualmie Valley School Districts. YSM volunteers work with the same student one-to-one, once a week.  Research shows the powerful positive effects on a young person’s personal, academic and community situation that result from a quality mentoring relationship.  Parents don’t volunteer in the school their children attend, but can mentor in a nearby school to help make our community stronger.  Imagine how we can improve our Snoqualmie Valley community if we all work together!  Anyone who has a desire to help a child can be a mentor. Less than one hour a week during the school year is all it takes to show a child that they matter and that they are not alone in their day-to-day challenges.

Spread the word about YSM a program of Snoqualmie Valley Community Network and help share the hope of change.  
It could start with you!


Make a big change in a child’s life – become a mentor!   

For more information visit the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network website or contact Heather Downing, 425-333-6614


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BOGO Book Fair
BOGO Book Fair

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BOGO Book Fair
BOGO Book Fair

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Jun 1
BOGO Book Fair
BOGO Book Fair

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Memorial Day Holiday
Memorial Day Holiday

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Monday, May 27
BOGO Book Fair
BOGO Book Fair

Date:
Thu 5/23 - Fri 5/31
7:00p Choir Concert
Choir Concert

Date:
Tuesday, May 28
Time:
7:00p - 8:00p
Where:
Gym
BOGO Book Fair
BOGO Book Fair

Date:
Thu 5/23 - Fri 5/31
BOGO Book Fair
BOGO Book Fair

Date:
Thu 5/23 - Fri 5/31
7:00p Band Concert
Band Concert

Date:
Thursday, May 30
Time:
7:00p - 8:00p
Where:
Gym
BOGO Book Fair
BOGO Book Fair

Date:
Thu 5/23 - Fri 5/31
7:00p Drama Production
Drama Production

Date:
Friday, May 31
Time:
7:00p - 9:00p
2:00p Drama Production
Drama Production

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Saturday, June 1
Time:
2:00p - 4:00p
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