The Lake City Lions Club hosts their 9th Annual Pancake Breakfast for Olympic Hills Elementary on December 6, 2014
When: Saturday, December 6, 2014 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Where: Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Ave NE, Seattle
Tickets for the breakfast are $6.00 for adults; $4.00 for children, to be purchased at the door.
The Lake City Lions Club are once again sponsoring a Pancake Breakfast to raise funds for Olympic Hills Elementary School. The breakfast takes place at the Lake City Community Center and will include pancakes, turkey sausage, eggs, juice and coffee. Live entertainment provided by the Taiko Drummers and the P4 Singers; a Comic Book Club display, and a book give-away for all children.
Olympic Hills Elementary is a small, neighborhood school with a wonderfully rich and diverse population of students, representing 30 different countries and 18 languages. Their vision for the community is for all its members to embrace and value the worth, dignity, and diversity of all people. Their commitment is to provide a differentiated and rich educational program that promotes self-respect, respect for others, encourages social responsibility, and prepares students to be intrinsically motivated leaders in an interdependent global community.
The Lake City Lions Club has supported a number of local schools over the years and is part of an international service organization founded with a desire to serve their community. The club has many fundraising projects for both adults and children alike and meet the 1st, 3rd and 4th Tuesday of every month.
Please join us at the PTA meeting on Tuesday, December 2nd, 6:00PM-7:30PM. at Olympic Hills Elementary. All families, staff, and community members are welcome to attend. This month we will discuss upcoming events, such as our Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, December 6.
We will elect our nominating committee. If you have any interest in serving on this committee, please submit your name for consideration at the meeting.
We will hear about the library services available for kids and families from special guest Nancy Pew of the Lake City library.
We will also hear from our school counselor, Kathy Hanson about clothing donations and a partnership with Value Village.
Potluck dinner at 6, Please bring a side dish or main dish to share. Business meeting starts promptly at 6:30. Childcare provided. Spanish language interpreter also available.
As with many elementary schools in the area, costumes are not allowed on Halloween at school. If you’re looking for a place to show off your costume, trick or treat, and enjoy a family friendly party, then check out Fright night!
FRIGHT NIGHT Trick-or-Treat Walk
Friday, October 31, 2014 5:15–6:15 p.m. walk begins.
Treat bags and maps are available at North Seattle Family Center 2611 N.E. 125th St., Suite 145, Seattle.
The Trick-or-Treat Walk to local businesses ends at the Fright Night Party.
Fright Night Party Sponsored by the Lake City Lions: 6:30–8 p.m.
Lake City Community Center 12531 28th Ave. N.E., Seattle.
Includes games, food, crafts, costume contest, prizes, and a haunted house. The event is fun and safe for the entire family, especially for ages 2 to 12.
PTA General Meeting, Special Guest Helen Joung
Tuesday, October 28,
6:00-6:30 Potluck, please bring main dish or side dish to share
6:30-7:00 Business: Reviewing and approving standing rules, budget, updates from committees, and electing nominating committee.
Childcare provided and Spanish Interpreter available
7:00-7:30 Topic: How Olympic Hills is using the Common Core State Standards and an overview of the new Smarter Balanced Assesments for grades 3-5
We hope to see you there!
If you missed the bookfair tonight, forgot to get a book on your list, or just want to buy more, you still can benefit Olympic Hills Elementary School’s library by purchasing your books at the University Book Store or online at ubookstore.com through Sunday, October 12. Use Promotion code OHE at the checkout. More details found in this Book Fair Flyer.
Thank you for supporting Olympic Hills Elementary.
Olympic Hills Curriculum Night / Book Fair
October 9, 2014 is Open House / Curriculum Night at Olympic Hills!
Come and have dinner with us (pizza provided) and see your child’s classroom.
Dinner starts at 6pm. Book Fair in the library from 6-7:30pm. Come and buy a great book!
Event ends at 7:30pm.
We look forward to seeing our wonderful families on OCTOBER 9!
Any parent/ guardian or community member in Washington State can participate in this survey. Tell the PTA leadership what you think! The 2014 issues survey and the PTA uses YOUR input when deciding how to focus efforts for education and kids. Tell them what you think. Survey closes September 30, 2014.
All Olympic Hills Elementary Families, Staff, teachers, and community members are invited and welcomed to attend our Fall kick off meeting on September 18.
Potluck dinner starts at 6, please bring a main dish or side dish to share.
Meeting 6:30-7:30, childcare provided. Spanish Interpreter available.
Please come find out what we’re all about, and learn how you can get involved and connected with the Olympic Hills Elementary community.
Bring $10 per person if you want to join the PTA, Membership forms available on the PTA bulletin board in school or at the meeting.
Hope to see you there!
PTA membership is not required to participate or volunteer.
SUMMER VOLUNTEER TRAINING
HIP’s second volunteer training is this Wednesday, June 11th 12 – 1 pm. All volunteers new and old are required to attend a training. If you haven’t RSVP’d yet, please email Julia at firstname.lastname@example.org so we know how many to expect.
New Training Date Available!
Wednesday, June 11th 12 – 1 pm
Wednesday, June 18th 6 – 7pm (newly added training date!)
Wednesday, July 9th 3 – 4 pm
Location: Lake City Presbyterian Church, 3841 NE 123rd Street, Seattle 98125
For more information on HIP’s Summer Meals Program, visit at our blog — The HIP Stockpot
***If you can’t make these training dates but still want to help,
please contact Julia to arrange alternate trainings as needed at
email@example.com or (206) 457-2871
Jane Addams Middle School is the new middle school located at 11051 34th Avenue in North East Seattle where all* students from Olympic Hills Elementary will attend, including current 6th and 7th graders. Starting Fall 2014, JAMS will be in the building that currently houses Jane Addams K-8. Since these two names are so similar, this post is intended to clear up a bit of that confusion.
Starting Fall 2014, Jane Addams K-8 will move to their temporary location at John Marshall near Green Lake for 2 years while their new building is built where Pinehurst K-8 is currently housed. At some point in that process, Jane Addams K-8 will have a new name becuase the Jane Addams name stays with the building. To distinguish between the two schools, on this website, Jane Addams Middle School will be referred to as JAMS and Jane Addams K-8 will be referred to as JA K-8.
Look here for updates on JAMS and contact us with any questions. We will post links to other sites with more information about JAMS as well as post information we have to pass along to our families as well.
* the only students from Olympic Hills who won’t attend JAMS are those who choose to opt into another school and are admitted.