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News and Events


Hazel Wolf K-8
E-STEM


  It's official! We will now be known as Hazel Wolf K-8 ESTEM!

Still looking for before & after school care for the fall?
 Visit or call Meadowbrook Community Center, 10517 35th Ave NE, 206-510-5550.  It is open to Hazel Wolf K-8 students ages 5-12 years old.  There are scholarships, DSHS Subsidies, and sibling discounts available. Be sure to ask about how the Seattle Public Schools transportion works to and from Meadowbrook Community Center.
Spirit Gear Order Update!
Orders came in for our spring Spiritgear sale on June 20th, and if they were not picked up at school, they are now at the home of Bre Holt, PTSA President. Please email her at bre@museborn.com to arrange pickup of your items. 

Some of the orders do not have names associated with them, so you will need to provide the last 4 digits of the credit card you ordered with in order to find your order.

Benita Wins E3 Green Apple Award
A wonderful recognition by the state for all the hard work Ms. Christine Benita has put into our program in the last 5 years.  Please take a moment to thank her for all she’s done!

E3 Washington congratulates each 2014 Green Apple awardee and nomination on their outstanding work in providing and supporting environmental, sustainability, and systems learning opportunities across Washington State
  

Film Competition K-12
The CEJS is hosting a Student Video Competition, with a $5000 Grand Prize. The videos will be shown at our inaugural conference this summer in August. 

A few details:
 
       -   The videos should be no longer than 3 minutes and tell a story related to environmental justice and/or sustainability
        - Students between Kindergarten and 12th grade are eligible
        - Students may compete individually
        - Students may compete in a team 
        - no limit to team size
        - multi-age teams encouraged

Complete information about the competition is available herehttp://www.seattleu.edu/cejs/2014-Conference/contest/​
Please contact Mike Schut, CEJS Program Coordinator at schutm@seattleu.edu with any questions you may have.

Summer Reading
Ms. Fournier put together summer reading incentive for 4-8 grade students.  Take a look at the lists below.
Hazel Wolf Summer Reading 4th-5th grade
Hazel Wolf Summer Reading Middle School
7th Grader Seongyong Hong Wins at Science Fair
Congratulations to the 200 student finalists from 14 Seattle Middle Schools and K-8s who presented their science research projects at the 16th Annual Seattle Public Schools Middle School Science Fair at the Museum of Flight last night! The projects were of very high quality and the judges were very impressed with the students’ hard work. Attached is the list of projects that earned awards for their exemplary work. Congratulations to all the winners, including 6th grader Megan Dean from McClure MS, 7th grader Seongyong Hong from Jane Addams K-8, and 8th graders Emma Bruce and Rachel Potratz from Denny International who won the Best Overall Project awards for their grade level.

Other winners:
     Best Data Analysis- 7th Grade- Margot Addams: Step into the Beat, 8th Grade- Zuheera Ali: Soup Souffle
     Most Beneficial to Puget Sound: 6th Grade- Evelyn Kalmar: Solving Ocean Acidification
     Best Field Study: 6th Grade- Tess Roberts: Your Seed is Served
     Judges' Special Recognition Awards-:"Tastiest Title Award"-6th Grade- Patrick McGough & Jack Rovner: Rootbeer Fizz-X

Way to go young scientist! The Wolf Pack is PROUD!
Painted Mural by 5th grade students
  
Ms. Bisagna's 6th grade math class created this mural to understand and apply ratios and proportions, while also promoting bike to work month and downtown Mount Vernon.  They took a poster by a local artist and found a way to make the dimensions of the poster proportional to the building.  They created 4 designs that worked, each with a different scale factor and height/length ratio (but all proportional to each other!)  The business owner chose one that fit the building best, then the class made a full-scale model from a 1-inch grid to 21-inch square papers, measuring all the time to maintain the ratio and enlarge proportionally.  Then the class trekked to Mount Vernon, transferred the patterns using a renaissance technique involving pencil holes and sharpie pens, and painted it on the building! 

Summer Gatherings
Summer Playdates have been set! Here's a list of elementary playdates that have been scheduled:

Saturday 5/31 from 11:00-1:00 PM Maple Leaf Playgourd- Lunch and Play
Tuesday 7/8 from 3:30 - 5:30 Maple Leaf Playground
Saturday 7/26 from 10:00 – 12:00 Dahl Field 
Wednesday 8/6 from 5:30-7:30 John Marshall playground (if not ready, will move to Green Lake)
Sunday 8/17 from 2:00 – 4:00 John Marshall playground (if not ready, will move to Green Lake)

Here's a list of the middle school gatherings:
Wednesday 7/23 from 7:00-9:00 PM Mathews Beach
Thursday 8/21 from 7:00-9:00 PM Magnuson Beach

These are a great opportunity for students to make new friends and reconnect with old ones. Hope one or more of these playdates fits into your summer plans!


2014-2015 School Times
Middle School start time will be 8:40 AM
Elementary start time will be 8:50 AM
Dismissal will be at 3:10 PM with bus departure at 3:20 PM
2013 Washington Achievement Award
A total of 29 schools from the Seattle School District are 2013 Washington Achievement Award winners. A total of 413 schools across the state, including Jane Addams K-8 received the award. 

Schools are recognized as top performers in one of six categories:
• Overall Excellence • High Progress • Reading Growth • Math Growth • English Language Acquisition
• Extended Graduation Rate (awarded to high schools and comprehensive schools only)

The award-winning schools were honored at a ceremony on April 24 at Timberline High School in Lacey.

About OSPI The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
(OSPI) is the primary agency charged with overseeing K–12 education in Washington state. Led by State School Superintendent Randy Dorn, OSPI works with the state’s 295 school districts and nine educational service districts to administer basic education programs and implement education reform on behalf of more than one million public school students.

OSPI provides equal access to all programs and services without discrimination based on sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. Questions and complaints of alleged discrimination should be directed to the Equity and Civil Rights Director at (360) 725-6162 or P.O. Box 47200, Olympia, WA 98504-7200.

Auction Fund-A-Need video
Putting the "E" in E-STEM. Did you miss the auction? Then you missed this funny - yet informative - video short by 7th graders Zoey Plut and Anna Preston on the state of our technology here at Jane Addams. Students and staff are asking for better computer and science technology in the classrooms. We need iPads - we can't take the ones from this building to John Marshall next year! And we need high-tech science equipment - like LED microscopes - but also everyday items like Bunson burners. We want to make sure our students are learning at the highest level possible with the best equipment at their fingertips!
This year's Fund-A-Need raised $18,225. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO DONATED at the auction and also on the auction web site! We are well on our way to putting this much-needed technology into the hands of every Jane Addams student! 
It's not too late to donate to our Fund-A-Need! Checks can be made payable to Jane Addams PTSA. Please put "FAN" in the check memo and drop off your donation in the PTSA lock box located in the office. All amounts are appreciated. Thank you so much!

Jump Start Dates Set
August 18-22, 2014
"Jump Start is a way to help children and their families begin school ready and excited about learning.  It is a weeklong experience for new kindergarteners and their families to learn about their new school.  Children will become more familiar with our new school building, staff, and a typical school day activities and practices."

Incoming Kindergarteners are encouraged to sign up and attend. If you are enrolled to start Kindergarten with us in the fall you will receive a letter later this spring to participate.  For more information check out the attached flyer:
Jump Start (English) 
Jump Start (Chinese)
Jump Start (Somali)
Jump Start (Spanish)
Jump Start (Vietnamese)
On The Move
 Some Information about our move to John Marshall building can be found in the following link

Jane Addams K-8 to John Marshall 

Please pay close attention to page 22-23

Here is a quick tour of our interim building, John Marshall from our open house in January.







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