Join your student/s on the playground for Parent Playground. Dads, and other special guests, are invited to join us for Lunch Recess on the first Friday of every month.
If you are approved to volunteer and would like to assist with library inventory, your help will be appreciated! Library inventory is a necessary but time-consuming task.
Please join us for your child's 5th grade promotion ceremony. Each classroom will have their own dedicated ceremony. Read on for the schedule.
If your student(s) will not be attending Grand Ridge next year, please let the office know as soon as possible. Also, please be sure to update the office if you have moved or changed your contact information so we have the correct information on file. Thank you
Bike and scooter riders and arrival and dismissal announcements.
Please view our annual report for the 2020-2021 school year. In this report, you will find easily accessible information about student achievement, programs and services, and revenues and expenditures, as well as links to dig deeper. Due to the unique circumstances of the 2020-2021 school year, including the coronavirus pandemic, this report will have some differences when compared with those from the past.
The School Board plans to hold a Town Hall for the Issaquah School District community from 7-8:30 p.m. on June 7. This meeting is open to anyone who would like to attend. It will be held at Cedar Trails Elementary, 4399 Issaquah-Pine Lake Road S.E., Sammamish, WA 98075.
We are excited to announce that your school's Weekly Bulletin now reflects the same format as the ISD Weekly Bulletin! This new approach to our weekly community message provides greater accessibility to need-to-know information known as Announcements. Please read on for an overview of how this system works in conjunction with our new website.
We are seeing increasing numbers of positive COVID-19 cases at our elementary schools, among both students and staff. Sunset Elementary will not have school for students on Monday and Tuesday. If cases among staff continue to rise, it’s possible that at some point we may be unable to provide enough staff at another elementary school building in order to have school the next day.
At the elementary level, masking is now required for close contacts, including classes with a cluster of positive cases. If masking is mandatory for your child, we have sent or will send an email directly to let you know. Due to high levels of exposure, it is strongly recommended, but not required, for all elementary students and staff to wear a well-fitting mask until further notice.