Referrals open December 1, 2017 through January 12, 2018 for Highly Capable Programs Auburn School District is now accepting referrals for the 2018-2019 Highly Capable Program, a program that serves exceptionally intelligent, intellectually gifted students whose needs may not be easily met in the general setting. Once a student is identified as highly capable, he/she is entitled to Highly Capable program services from the date of eligibility through graduation; annual testing is not required. Nominations close January 12, 2018. Screening considers nominees who are currently enrolled in grades kindergarten through eleven. Selection for highly capable programs reflects state guidelines for identifying intellectually gifted students. If you feel your child should participate in further testing, but doesn’t meet screening criteria, you may nominate your child. Nomination materials are available by selecting Highly Capable from the For Families menu of the Auburn School District website as well as from all school counseling offices. Direct questions to your child’s school counselor or to: Tom McDermott, Assistant Director College and Career Readiness firstname.lastname@example.org (253-931-4950)
The Christ Community Free Medical Clinic is offering FREE Sports Physicals to our student athletes. You must have your athletic packet physical form in hand when you arrive at the clinic. The clinic is open every Tuesday evening at 5:30 pm. It is first come first serve so they recommend to get there early, around 4:30 pm. They let patients in about 5pm. They are open until they fill up and that can happen fast. Also they are open the first and third Saturday mornings, at 8:30 am. Again, first come first serve. Get there early, 7:30 am. They start letting patients in about 8:00 am. Christ Community Free Clinic 1 A Street NW Auburn 98071 253-736-2634
Please call and report ALL absences, thank you!
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM All School Winter Band/Orchestra Concert in RMS Gym
7:00 PM School Board Meeting