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Eckstein will be hosting an Information Night on Thursday, February 16th, from 6:30 to 7:30p.m for our new and prospective 5th grade risers and their families. NO reservations required. Also, there will be no planned or “self-guided tours” as we … Continue reading
Eckstein will be hosting a class titled Strengthening Families beginning March 1. This class is intended for parents/caregivers and youth ages 10-14. Click here to download the flyer to learn more about this program. Parents will learn: What to expect … Continue reading
Registration for the Community Learning Center Winter programs is now available. Registration forms are due on Tuesday, January 11th. The CLC Winter Quarter begins on Tuesday, Jan 18th and will end on Thursday, March 17th. For questions about the CLC … Continue reading
Tuesday September 21 6:30pm Eckstein Middle School Auditorium, 3003 NE 75th St No tickets needed, Sponsored by the UBookstore In the world of Inter/Supernatural crime, there’s no villain quite like teenage criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl. So, why has he suddenly … Continue reading
From Monday June 14 through Friday June 18 the Eckstein Library will be hosting a community book drive. The intent of the drive is to build strong classroom libraries that support our Eagle Readers. Please consider donating gently used books, appropriate for … Continue reading
From 6:30 – 7:15 on Tuesday 03/09, Mike Donlin from our district Prevention/Intervention Office will be presenting information about Cyber Bullying to the families of incoming Eckstein 6th graders in addition to current Eckstein families. He will discuss Internet Safety … Continue reading
May is bike to school and work month. There will be an informational meeting about bike safety on April 29 starting at 6:30pm in the cafeteria. Download the document as a pdf.
Seattle Public Schools’ strategic plan, Excellence for All, includes a commitment to manage the District’s facilities more wisely. We have thousands of excess classroom seats, as well as an imbalance that leaves some schools crowded and some under enrolled. … Continue reading
January 7, 2009 Dear Seattle Public Schools Students, Families, and Staff: Seattle Public Schools is committed to using resources as efficiently as possible in order to provide a high quality education for all students. For the past … Continue reading
The NE Seattle Coalition to Prevent Underage Drinking has launched its website! Check out www.PreventionWorksInSeattle.org – it contains a great deal of information about underage drinking, prevention activities, and the coalition.