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    October 16, 2019 

    Dream Team Dental at A.J. West This Week

    Dream Team Dental is at A.J. West this week to provide preventive dental services to students. Permission forms were sent home with students last week. 

    AJ West to Participate in Great Shakeout October 17

    As part of the Great Shakeout event on October 17, A.J. West staff and students will be participating in an evacuation and reunification drill that morning.  We will be walking up the hill via Scammel Street to where it intersects with Seventh Street. Preschool, kindergarten and ID program students will walk to Harbor City Church, and return to the school.  The event will begin at 9:30 AM. If you are bringing your child late, or planning to pick him or her up early, please schedule around the event. Please make sure students have appropriate clothes in case of bad weather, and appropriate shoes for walking.

    Third Grade to Visit Schafer State Park for STEM Activity on Friday

    A.J. West third graders will be traveling to Schafer State Park this Friday for a STEM activity.  Students will be studying salmon life cycle, micro-invertebrates and the impact of invasive species on habitats. The trip is funded by the Grays Harbor Stream Team. 

    PTO Meets Monday

    The A.J. West PTO meets Monday, October 21 at 6:00 PM in the A.J. West staff room. All are invited to attend. 

    Teacher Credentials Available

    Federal law requires that school districts notify parents each year of their right to request information about the professional qualifications of their child’s teacher(s) and paraprofessionals.  In the Aberdeen School District, such requests can be made through the Human Resources Department at (360) 538-2222.


    Please Check Our Lost and Found

    Parents, our lost and found table is beginning to grow again.  Please remind students to check the lost and found for coats, backpacks, etc.  Our lost and found is located just inside the front doors of our lobby if you would like to check for your child’s lost items.