Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year! We are SO excited you are here as part of the Grizzly Community! We have wonderful things in store for this year; lots of learning and laughing, thriving and making joy-filled memories! Please read on for some Beginning of the Year highlights.
Please join us for Meet The Teacher! This event will be held in person in your child's classroom on Monday, August 29th from 10:00-11:00.
Please visit our School Supply Lists page for the 2022-2023 school supply list.
If your child/ren will be riding a bike or scooter onto our campus, they MUST wear a helmet!!
If you are dropping off/picking up a student on our campus, please be mindful of our arrival and dismissal procedures.
On Thursday, Aug. 25, the annual password reset for middle and high school students will occur. All student password reset to their student ID, which can be found in Family Access, or on a previous year's ASB card. Students will be prompted to change this initial default password at first logon.
Our annual Enrollment Verification Process window closed on Sunday, Aug. 14, 2022. Thank you to all of our families for helping us with this vital annual task, which helps us refine plans for staffing and resources for all of our students, buildings and facilities for the new school year! If you did not complete the EVP for your student, please contact the registrar at their school for assistance.
Does your family qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch? If so, there are programs that may provide free or discounted access to laptops and/or internet access.
The Enrollment Verification Process (EVP) window is open through Sunday, Aug. 14! Please visit our Family Access webpage to get started and complete this important beginning of the school year process, which must be completed for each student once per year.
Our Food Services teams are gearing up for the new school year and are excited to prepare and serve students and staff healthy, nutritious meals. This school year, we’re returning to the National School Lunch Program – for those who had students attending pre-COVID, this is a return to “normal,” with a couple of adjustments