Principal's Message

SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR 2020-21
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We are happy to report that the SES PTO will be providing all school supplies again for all SES students.
THANK YOU PTO!


SCSD SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM INFORMATION:

From July 1- August 30 the District will be providing meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

On Tuesday, 3 days of meals will be provided. On Thursdays, 4 days of meals will be provided.

Food distribution will be held from 10:00-1:00 at the following locations:

Stanwood Middle School, Twin City Elementary School, Elger Bay Elementary School and Cedarhome Elementary School.

Additional Support for Families Needing Food

P-EBT (Pandemic EBT) Cards

“Due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school will get extra food benefits.  These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT (P-EBT).  P-EBT benefits help families in Washington buy food when school is closed.”  

How do households qualify for P-EBT benefits?

  1. If you receive Basic Food you will automatically receive P-EBT benefits on your existing EBT card. If you qualify for free & reduced-price meals for any other reason you must apply for P-EBT.

  2. Students not already approved to receive free or reduced=-price school meals may complete a meal application any time up to and including June 30th and be eligible for P-EBT benefits.  Applications are available online via Skyward Family Access or beginning June 15th at one of our 16 Grab & Go Meal locations.

For more information about P-EBT please visit the Stanwood Camano School District website.

FOOD BANK FOOD PROGRAM


Title 1 Reading

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In addition to our Title 1 Reading information page, Megan Ovenell - our Title 1 Reading teacher, has published a website with additional reading activities for all kids, whether they are in the Title 1 Reading Program or not.  Check it out!

Title 1 Reading Activities - Additional reading activities for all kids!
SES Title 1 and LAP Website - SES website about the Title 1 Program

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Dress Code

kids in spring clothingWith warm weather upon us, we wish to remind parents and students that school is a place for learning and appropriate clothing is expected.  The SES dress code is strictly adhered to.

  • Necklines must be no lower than 4 fingers below the clavicle notch.
  • Tops must have a minimum of a 3 finger-wide strap and show no under garment.
  • Skirts and shorts must be no shorter than the finger tips of the 2 arms stretched straight down.
  • "Tummies" and underwear must not show when arms are stretched straight up.
  • Jeans, shorts, skirts, etc. must not be too low as to expose the student's back end (or bottom) when sitting, bending over, or otherwise engaged in any activities.
  • Sandals must be sturdy and have a strap that goes around the back of the heel.

ABSOLUTELY NO: flip-flops are allowed at school or hats worn in the building.
If a student's clothing is deemed inappropriate, parents may be called to bring a change of clothes to school, or the student may be asked to change into clothes from the Nurse's office for the duration of the school day.

Teacher Qualifications

Parents have the right to request their students' teachers' professional qualifications. For this specific information, please contact Mrs. Maurene Stanton, email: mstanton@stanwood.wednet.edu or call 360-629-1200.

Dangerous Weapons policy

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Our schools are "Weapons-Free Zones".  Please see School Board document 4210 for SCSD policy on dangerous weapons on school grounds: 4210 WEAPONS POLICY

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