Here’s What’s Happening for the Week of March 6, 2017

THIS WEEK AT Meridian Park

Monday, March 6 – Staff Inservice Day – No School
Tuesday, Mar. 7 – Friday, Mar. 10 – K-6 Early Release Days for Teacher Conferences
Tuesday, Mar. 7 – PTSA Board of Directors meeting, 7:00 pm. All are welcome and childcare is provided.
Wednesday, Mar. 8 – Foro Informativo de Immigracion – Immigration Information Forum for Spanish-Speakers, 6pm-8pm Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave. N. Contact Dahlia at 206-801-2719 or for more info
Thursday, March 9 – Shoreline HiCap Advocacy Group Meeting at Ridgecrest Elementary
Friday, March 10 – Deadline for PTA Awards Nominations

Due to snow closures, May 15th and June 12th which were originally set as non student days have been converted to regular school days. Please make note on your calendars.

The Shoreline HiCap Advocacy Group will be holding its regular meeting onThursday, 3/9/17, from 7 p.m. – 8:30 Ridgecrest Elementary (16516-10th Ave. NE, Shoreline). Please meet in the cafeteria. All prospective and current HiCap parents are welcome to attend! Contact us at with questions.

Support the 6th Grade Camp Donation Effort!
~To bring the cost of camp down for all, raising funds for your 6th grade community~
Our goal is to bring the overall cost down for all campers from $175 to $150, by raising $2,500 by March 10.
1. Go to Shoreline School District Website.
2. Click on “On-Line Payments”
3. Enter your skyward user id and password
4. Click on your Meridian Park student
5. Click on Items at student’s school
6. Click on donations
7. Enter your donation at “Donations to Help Defray the Cost of Camp”

Checks are also accepted, made out to “Meridian Park Elementary” with a note of “Camp Donation Fund”. Questions? Email

Foro Informativo de Immigracion
Immigration Information Forum for Spanish-speakers
Wednesday, March 8th
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Shoreline City Hall
17500 Midvale Ave. North

Information will include:
· Updates on immigration policies
· Q&A with immigration lawyers
· Resources for immigrants
· Open to the public, presented in Spanish

Contact Dahlia Corona with questions and to RSVP at 206-801-2719 or (only name and telephone number).

Literacy Source is hosting a Know Your Rights workshop for immigrants and refugees (in English and Spanish) onTuesday, March 7th at 6:00pm at our Learning Center in Lake City (3200 NE 125th Street). All are welcome. We will also have a number of immigration attorneys available for short, FREE consultations between 6:00-8:00pm – pre-registration for the consultations is required. Please help spread the word about this event!

To sign up for an appointment with an attorney – please call Literacy Source at 206.782.2050. Please note:

· Consultations are short and limited – 15-20 minutes at most, to answer basic questions or
provide referrals
· Come with a question to best use the short amount of time
· Bring immigration documents with you
· Bring an interpreter if you don’t want to communicate in English

Do you know an amazing teacher, volunteer or advocate that you would like to see recognized? You can nominate them for the annual PTA awards! The awards include Outstanding Educator, Golden Acorn (outstanding volunteer) and Outstanding Advocate (any person who has gone above and beyond for all students).

Outstanding Educator at Meridian Park! Nominate your favorite teacher/educator here:
Golden Acorn and Outstanding Advocate Volunteer Nominate Here!

Wednesday March 15 – Steel Band Concert, 7:00 pm at Edmonds Adventist Church, 8625 196th ST SW, Edmonds, WA. Free Admission but tax-deductible donations accepted. Visit for more information.