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    Februaryl 13, 2019



    Swim Program Continues

    Due to the weather, second grade swimming at the YMCA has been delayed, and has just begun today.  Swimming will now continue through February 26.


    HIV/AIDS Curriculum Parent Preview is Wednesday, February 13

    Parents can preview the Aberdeen School District HIV/AIDS curriculum on Wednesday, February 13 at 5:30 PM at the Stewart Building located at 900 Cleveland Street in Aberdeen.


    Fundraiser Orders Due Thursday

    Orders for the ASB fundraiser are due Thursday, February 14.


    No School Friday and Monday

    Friday, February 15 is a district TRI day. There is no school for students on that day.  Monday, February 18 is the observance of Presidents Day. There will be no school that day.


    A.J. West McTakeover is Tuesday, February 19

    The A.J. West PTO is sponsoring a McTakeover at the McDonald’s at 1101 E. Wishkah in Aberdeen on Tuesday, February 19 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM.  A portion of the proceeds go to fund PTO activities at A.J. West. It’s fun and food for a great cause! We hope to see you there!

    Tardies and Absences

    Parents, please make sure students arrive on time for school.  School begins promptly at 8:30 AM every morning. Please make sure that students are here before the bell.  All late students will be marked tardy. Unless you have sent a note, have called, or have brought the student in, the tardy must be marked unexcused.  It is important to your child’s education that he or she is in school, and missing time from school is counterproductive to his or her academic success.  All absences must be excused, as well. Parents may call in to excuse absences at 360-538-2130. Parents must call in each day that a student is absent. In the event a student is absent, and there is no phone call from the parent, then the absence must be unexcused.  Please call by 9:00 AM to excuse an absence.

    School Closure Alerts

    With the winter weather upon us, it is important for parents to be able to get up-to-date information regarding school closures.  If you have not yet signed up for the FlashAlert system, you may do so by going to  www.flashalert.net and signing up for text and/or email messages regarding school closures and other alerts.  School closures and delays are also announced on local radio and television stations.