July 16, 2015
The Washington Aerospace Scholars program is pleased to announce that the following local students will participate in one of the three WAS Summer Residency sessions held in July at the Museum of Flight in Seattle:
July 9, 2015
Matthew Bellavia, of Sammamish, was one of several winners in the fourth annual National STEM Video Game Challenge.
April 28, 2015
The Washington state schools superintendent’s office named the Issaquah School District as its Green School District Leader, according to an April 22 news release.
April 22, 2015
“Yes Please,” by Amy Poehler
Although released in October 2014, Amy Poehler’s book is current because of her presence on television. Poehler is a feminist icon, an internationally recognized actress and director, and a comedy idol preaching the motto of doing what makes you happy. Her book “Yes Please” may make you awkwardly snort-laugh in public places, cry because you are overcome by her inspiring words or make you force the person sitting next to you to read what you just read because you can’t get over it.
March 31, 2015
STEM Premier has announced the first national rankings of top science, technology, engineering and math high school students.
Lisa Tang, of Sammamish, has placed in the top 50.
March 17, 2015
Several local students were recently accepted into the first phase of the 2014-15 Washington Aerospace Scholars Program at Seattle’s Museum of Flight.
February 10, 2015
The financial website NerdWallet was curious to find the top Washington cities that appealed most to millennial job seekers. Issaquah was ranked fifth and Renton 10th.
October 14, 2014
Great schools and great communities go hand in hand. It is likely that one or both of these influenced your decision to live within the Issaquah School District boundaries.
The Issaquah Schools Foundation asks you to ensure both remain great by contributing to the All in for Kids Annual Fund Campaign.
February 25, 2014
The Issaquah School District is holding three meetings in March for families of third-grade students interested in joining the district’s science and technology magnet programs.
The programs typically serve more than 50 fourth- and fifth-grade students over a two-year period. The magnet program is located at Briarwood, Cascade Ridge and Clark elementary schools, but is open to other schools.
The magnet program covers the standard district-adopted fourth- and fifth-grade curriculum, with an emphasis on science and technology. Grade-specific math instruction is also provided.