Please check the Lost and Found
The Lost and Found collection is near capacity and our volunteers are asking parents coming in for conferences this week to swing by the Brick Building to have a look. All leftover items will be donated soon after break, so now's your chance to claim any items belonging to your child!
More QAE scarves will be available
We are sorry to inform you that we have sold all of the QAE Scarves.
If you would like to order a scarf, you can order it online here: http://qae-spirit.weebly.com/. We will deliver the scarves to the classrooms as soon as they arrive. We can't guarantee that they will arrive before the holiday break.
If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Reich: email@example.com
Last night the Seattle School Board approved the final Growth Boundaries proposal.
IMPACTS TO QAE:
1) Queen Anne Elementary's geo-zone will be expanded to cover both Hay and Coe boundary areas. A map can be found here on page 88.
Faced with significant over-enrollment in Queen Anne elementary schools, the district felt it necessary to adjust QAE's geo-zone to address the situation. This change preserves our neighborhood walking zone, but allows for greater enrollment relief for both Coe and Hay. While the larger geo-zone has the potential to impact the geographic composition of our students (higher % of QA kids), it will not change our enrollment numbers. We will retain the same numbers of seats (three kindergartens); priority will be given to kids within our geo-zone, but that does not guarantee admission. Additionally, SPS has a policy to give sibling preference.
The Seattle School Board and SPS were very clear that boundaries and geo-zones are under on-going review and revision. QAE PTSA will continue to work with the other schools in our service area, as well as with the district, to assess enrollment demands and adjust our geo-zone as needed.
Also for clarification, QAE remains an Option School. Neither SPS nor the School Board were interested in the outside proposal to change QAE to a neighborhood school, thanks in part to our lobbying efforts. As an option school, our hope and charter is to provide an alternative for children throughout the McClure service area and the city whose needs are not being met by their neighborhood school.
2) No schools have been designated to house the self contained Special Education program under the approved Growth Boundaries Plan. (QAE had been selected to house this program in the original proposal). SPS is waiting for more information before placing the self-contained Special Education program.
3) QAE is (still) not on the list for an interim school site during BEX construction. QAE PTSA will continue to encourage SPS to plan for an interim site for QAE students during BEX construction, as well as to advocate for specific short-term capacity mitigation measures as we build out to full capacity over the next three years.
The QAE PTSA is very grateful to the many parents who advocated on behalf of our school and community. Your efforts and communication were heard and had an impact.
Thanks from the 4th grade class
Ms. Hunter's fourth graders want to thank all of Queen Anne Elementary for supporting our fundraising efforts. We made enough money to visit Tilicum Village on Blake Island. Because of you, all of our class was able to visit the island and learn more about Northwest Coast's Salish people, and their lifestyle, customs and food! Here are a couple of pictures of us -- one just before we boarded the ferry and another as we explored the island. Thank you to everyone who bought treats at our bake sales and helped us to make this trip happen!!!
Please join us for QAE Family Game Night on Tuesday, November 12th from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the QAE cafeteria.
Blue Highway Games will be providing a host of fun and interesting games for all levels. All QAE families are welcome!
Parent volunteers are needed to assist with game tables. Please contact Lindsey Carrillo at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to sign up if you can help out.
Pizza will be provided courtesy of the Queen Anne Elementary PTSA, however we are asking that families bring cold beverages, salads and/or desserts to accompany the meal. Contact Suzanne Beckerman at email@example.com with any questions about food & beverages.
RSVP TODAY! Let us know if you will attend by clicking this link here.
This will help us to estimate the pizza order and table set up.
Hope to see you there!
The QAE PTSA
Ms. Meg is offering a three-week Printmaking Workshop this December for grades 2 to 5. Registration is open through December 2nd.
Students will make a linoleum cut (stamp) used to create personalized cards, wrapping paper and more! In this process artists will design, cut and print from a linoleum block using authentic block cutting tools in order to create one or hundreds of their own unique pieces of art.
Limited to 12 students grades 2 to 5 only due to the use of sharp tools.
Time: Thursday afternoons, 3:35–4:45 pm
Dates: December 5, 12 and 19
Location: Art Room
To register, download the form on the clubs website (qaeclubs.weebly.com) or visit: http://mmhoschschmi.weebly.com/art-club.html
Will your employer match your donation? Employer matching gifts will help us reach our goal!
Thank you to all who participated in the Explorer Fund Drive - we finished strong with 75% participation from our parent community! Your generosity and support is greatly appreciated, and will directly benefit the students at QAE.
We are very close to reaching our goal, and we are confident we will reach our goal with employer matching funds. If your employer sponsors a matching gift program, your contribution may be doubled, or even tripled!
Please join us for the 3rd annual QAE Family Game Night next Tuesday, November 12th from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the QAE cafeteria. Blue Highway Games will be providing a host of fun and interesting games for all levels. All QAE families are welcome!
Parent volunteers are needed to assist with game tables.
Please contact Lindsey Carrillo at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to sign up if you can help out.
Pizza will be provided courtesy of the Queen Anne Elementary PTSA, but we are asking that families bring cold beverages, salads and/or desserts to accompany the meal. Contact Suzanne Beckerman at email@example.com with any questions about food & beverages.
RSVP TODAY! Let us know if you will attend by clicking this link here. This will help us to estimate the pizza order and table set up.
Hope to see you there!
The QAE PTSA
If your child was absent on picture day, or if you would like a retake:
QAE PTSA & Yuen Lui Studio
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2100 4th Ave N
Seattle WA 98109
Principal: Dan Warren
Administrative: Karen Alvarez
2022-23 On-Site Schedule
7:50am - Opening Bell
7:55am - School Day Begins
2:25pm - Dismissal
Wednesday Early Release
1:10pm - Dismissal