Originally posted at Lake City Live:
Construction has started on a new sidewalk on the south side of NE 130th Street between 25th Avenue NE and 28th Avenue NE. The stretch of sidewalk will connect existing sidewalks and will provide a safer route for pedestrians walking between Olympic Hills Elementary and the Lake City Library and Community Center. Currently pedestrians must walk in the street to travel between the facilities.
For more read the full post at Lake City Live.
JAMS Principal Paula Montgomery is putting together a “Parent Core Team” to help guide the planning and design of the new middle school. She is looking for 1-2 parents from each of the elementary schools feeding into JAMS, which includes Olympic Hills.
See the announcement on the JAMS SPS page which has more details, the application and contact info for Paula Montgomery:
The principal of the new Jane Addams Middle School (JAMS) is holding some community meetings to give an overview of the plans and progress towards opening JAMS for next school year.
While Paula was at our latest PTA meeting to discuss similar topics, this meeting will have more details and more opportunities for Q&A. So if you missed our PTA meeting or just want more details. This is the meeting.
When: Wednesday, December 18 6:30-8:00
Where: Jane Addams Library
- Overview of timeline , teacher hiring, and spring processes
- Review of facility work
- Q & A
- Opportunity for parents and community to give first input into the educational design
- Brief school tour
Tonight is our monthly PTA meeting in the school cafeteria: 6:00 potluck, 6:30 business meeting and 7:00 guest speaker Paula Montgomery, principal of the new Jane Addams Middle School (JAMS.)
Starting next year, the attendance area middle school for Olympic Hills families will be the new Jane Addams Middle School, a.k.a JAMS. This is a big change for many families who thought they may be going to Eckstein and an even bigger change for kids already in Eckstein who will be moved to JAMS.
At tonight’s meeting, come and hear about Paula’s vision for JAMS, status of hiring staff, status of plans for building remodel and bring any questions you may have.
This Saturday, December 7th from 9-11am, the Lions Club is hosting its annual pancake breakfast to raise money for Olympic Hills Elementary. Tickets are available at the door: $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for kids.
The Lions club will also be giving away free books for kids! Children of all ages can choose 2 free books from a wide selection.
During the breakfast, there will be a performance by Mr. Brown’s Taiko Drummers, the ensemble with Mr. Sanders, and a display table with from our Comic Club!
This article, which made the front page of the Nov. 13th Seattle Times, highlights the Teacher Residency Program at Olympic Hills Elementary.