All items that remain in our lost and found on December 15 will be donated. Please ask your student to check our lost and found for any lost items before it's too late!
Wear your pajamas or your comfiest, coziest clothes to school.
Don’t drive distracted! Put those cell phones down when you are in the car. We want our Grand Ridge students to be able to arrive/depart our campus feeling as safe as possible. We are noticing that there are a growing number of drivers that are engaged with their phones as they drive on our campus. Our students are worth a quick “pause” on all electronic devices, especially when you are operating your vehicle.
Keep (y)our students safe. Put the cell phones away.
As the holidays are approaching, some families may need assistance to buy items. There are some resources below that could be helpful for the Holiday season:
Let’s support KidsVantage(formally Eastside Baby Corner) by donating:
New Socks, Gloves, Scarfs and Hats.
By donating, we can help keep Eastside kids warm this winter!
You can drop off your donations at Grand Ridge
The district is looking for secondary students, staff, parents/guardians and community members to represent their community as members of the Issaquah School District Capital Bond Planning Committee. The committee’s work will be essential in assessing the needs of our facilities and shaping a potential bond measure for 2024. Apply now, the application is open through Dec. 17.
The Issaquah School District invites the community to view our annual report online for the 2022-23 school year. The report contains information about student achievement, programs and services and revenues and expenditures, along with links to learn more for those who are interested.
High school students, it’s time to register for the Great Careers event on Feb. 9! This is your opportunity to tour career training programs and meet and talk to a wide range of working professionals and educational representatives who provide a window into careers you can pursue through on-the-job training, certification, apprenticeship, or two-year college programs. Register by January 26.
In mid-November, our vendor MySchoolBucks.com began charging families a program fee of $2.50 in addition to the $2.75 convenience fee to add money to their students’ accounts in the months of November and December. After district employees negotiated with MySchoolBucks, the company agreed to remove the new fee and refund families that have already paid it.
Our principals and administrators sometimes receive questions from families during or after an incident at a school or involving students or staff. We’re reaching out today to share a bit about our communication process in an effort to help strengthen common expectations for our school community.