Hello, ISD Community! Today I am excited to share my progress on the first half of my First 100 Days. So far, my work has been centered on listening and learning.
Here's a video I filmed to share a bit about how I've been inspired by our students and staff as I visited our schools and service sites.
The next 50 days of the plan are focused on engaging with you. As a part of this phase, I’d like to invite all students, families, community members and staff to a Community Forum from 5-6:30 p.m. on Oct. 20 at the Administration Building, 5150 220th Ave. S.E., Issaquah. I’ll share more about the format and topics soon.
This event will be hosted in-person only. We will have interpreters available.
This year, 4th and 5th graders participated in a Newspaper Club. They met twice a month and published 5 issues that included interviews, raps, world and local news, fiction and more. The issues were shared with the school and community.
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Students enrolled in the 2020-2021 school year.
Classroom teachers in the 2019-2020 school year.
Of our teachers have a master's degree or higher.
Of our students attend regularly.
School Highlights & Programs
Our students will be prepared for and eager to accept the academic, occupational, personal and practical challenges of life in a dynamic global environment.
Meet Principal Jennifer Sehlin!
Hi, Coyote families! One of the best parts of being a principal is building relationships with staff, students and families. A few fun facts about me: I love Country music, and if I could only eat one type of food for the rest of my life, it would be burritos or tacos. My bucket list includes travel overseas. Did you know that I have spent the bulk of my educational career at Cascade Ridge? First as a teacher, then dean and now as your principal.
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
MTSS is shaping the student experience at our school and throughout our district. Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, or MTSS, is a nationally recognized, evidence-based framework guiding our approach to academics, social emotional learning, behavior and attendance.
Students at started paper towel composting in mid-January. 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade volunteers spend some of their recess time twice a week collecting paper towels from participating classrooms to be composted. Classroom composting is an addition to Cascade Ridge’s work to be a King County Green School.