The acts are ready! The kids are excited! Please join us tonight for the 3rd Annual QAE Talent Show!
Queen Anne Community Center
Doors open at 5:00pm. Show starts promptly at 5:30pm with a very special opening act!!!
What else do I need to know:
Come early for dinner! Bring cash for hot dogs, veggie dogs, Bahn Mi Sandwiches, chips, drinks, pop corn and Bake Sale!
Proceeds go toward next year's 5th grade trip to IslandWood!!!
Volunteers are needed in the Art Room! Ms. Arzani is asking for a few parent volunteers to help out in the classroom, and with hanging and displaying over the next few weeks.
See more detail on dates and times in her post below:
Ms. Arzani's Art Post
Please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are available and willing to lend a helping hand. Thank you in advance for any and all support with these projects!
Come join the fun on Wednesday, June 1 in an art class with Amanda Amsel! We will create 3D Picasso inspired sculptures; building, cutting, painting, collaging, and embellishing the final product. Fun with colors, collage, and building a mixed media sculpture.
When: Wednesday, June 1st from 1:40-3:40pm in the Art Room
Grade levels: K - 5th
Please pay via Paypal by sending $30 to Amanda Amsel (email@example.com) or bring a check to Ms. Arzani beforehand or Amanda Amsel the day of the class.
Workshop Sign Up
The last day to purchase tickets for the QAE Sounders Day is TOMORROW, Friday, May 20!
Come watch the Seattle Sounders play NYCFC on Saturday, June 25 at 2pm for a special Queen Anne Elementary outing and fundraiser for the 5th Grade trip to Islandwood. All are welcome!
Visit the QAE Sounders Day page for more information and to download the order form.
Seattle Public Schools is developing a fresh look for the district and school websites. And we want to hear from you.
We are tracking analytics, talking with people who use our websites, conducting interviews and holding community meetings.
Come chat with us:
These conversations are the building blocks we will use to create a more intuitive navigation and a friendlier web experience.
There is also another way you can tell us what you think:
Take our web survey and let us know what you want our websites to look and feel like.
This summer we will use your answers to plan. In the fall and winter we will ask you to help test the new websites, and then we will be ready to launch.
SCREENAGERS probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including the director's own, and depicts messy struggles, over over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Through surprising insights from authors and brain scientists solutions emerge on how we can empower kids to best navigate the digital world.
Check out two free local Queen Anne screenings:
Please join the McClure Middle School PTSA for a screening of the documentary SCREENAGERS
Wednesday, June 1st at 6:30 pm
McClure Middle School Cafeteria - 1915 1st Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119
This event is hosted by the PTSA and is free of charge.
The film is for parents and students so feel free to bring your kids.
The St. Anne Parent Association is excited to present SCREENAGERS
Wednesday, June 1st, doors open 6:30pm, begins at 7pm
101 W Lee St, Seattle, WA 98119
This event is free of charge.
The film is for parents and students 4th grade and older.
The Talent Show is next week, Thursday, May 19th at the Queen Anne Community Center!
Doors Open at 5pm. Come early for Dinner and Bake Sale!
The Show will start promptly at 5:30pm. Don’t miss the first performance featuring your very own QAE Teachers!!!!
Raffle tickets will be available for $2/each or 3 for $5, prizes include:
QAE Students are so excited to show off their talents! Come on out and enjoy the show!
The QAE All School Dance is Friday, June 3rd, 6:00pm-8:00pm at John Hay (201 Garfield St).
Join in the fun! There will be a Nosh Food Truck, face painting, balloon twister and photo booth (provided by Yuen Lui). Be sure to bring cash for the 4th grade bake sale and glow in the dark merchandise!
Annlee from Metropolis Dance will be there from 6:00pm-6:15pm to help teach beginning hip-hop for those who are interested.
Have a favorite tune you are hoping to groove to? Please make a request with the link below by Sunday, May 22nd, so our DJ can get the play list together. Please note, he will not be able to take requests at the dance.
Music Request here!
RSVP and sign up to volunteer (set up, during or cleanup) with the link below.
RSVP and Volunteer here!
If you have any questions please contact Lindsey Carrillo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you enjoy making bank deposits and working with Quicken? Returning Treasurer, Rick North would like your help with managing deposits and income next year. Contact the Nominating Committee at email@example.com if you are interested in learning more about the open Co-Treasurer position.
School Choice for the 2016-17 school year ends on May 31, 2016.
This is a reminder to complete your school choice form as soon as possible. The sooner you apply, the sooner SPS can provide next year assignment information to all families. Waiting until the last day for school choice may significantly delay your student's results.
Late choice applications will be accepted until May 31, 2016, but will not receive priority tiebreakers.
To view your student’s assignment and waitlist information, please use the Assignment Lookup Tool.
In addition, Admissions and Enrollment Planning developed a brief FAQ around the waitlist moves process. Waitlist moves may occur after May 31 to avoid staff disruption or in the event that program notifications have been completed by that time. All school and program waitlists for 2016-17 will be dissolved on August 15, 2016.
If you have any suggestions from your experience at the Admissions Center or/and during the School Choice process, please participate in the following surveys:
• Admissions Staff Experience
• School Choice Experience
Thank you to our QAE volunteers, including the Daisy Scouts, for helping out over the last week in the QAE Garden! So much work, weeding, tilling, planting, watering, mulching, and creating fun new stone paths to observe the new growth!
Now is the time to remind all our students how best to help the tender new plants to establish and grow.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!