Portia Langworthy

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Thank You for Supporting The Annual Book Fair

With the help of volunteers, last week’s Book Fair made sales of $18,161 and the $4,124 earned will support the growth and improvement of Kearns Library’s collection.  Coe families also generously donated 212 books to teachers.  Thank you!  We could not do this without the generosity of our Coe community.

Skip The Line For Monster Mash – get tickets here!

Who’s ready for a night of SCARY FUN!?!?!?  It’s time for the Coe Monster Mash!  TICKET PRE-SALES:   Skip the lines and go straight for the fun by ordering and paying for your tickets ahead of time! All activities will be 1 or 2 tickets this year: Monster Bingo and Creepy Crafts (taking place of the …

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Help Make Monster Mash A Success – Volunteer

  Join us (in costume) for the Monster Mash on October 26th from 6:30 – 8:30pm in Coe’s Cafeteria.   We will have games, dancing, food and a cake walk for current Coe families.  This is a fundraiser for Islandwood and we are looking for volunteers to help with the event.  Please sign up to help …

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The Fall Fund Drive is Here

Coe’s Fall Fund Drive is from October 1 – 31 and you can donate here: Fall Fund Drive 2018.  Please look for donation requests in your child’s folder too.  All proceeds go directly to Coe to support the services we offer our children including: Reading Specialists and Tutors Advanced Learning (ALO) Math Teachers Visual Arts Teacher …

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Message about Teacher Displacement

Dear Coe Families, You have probably heard that the school district is requiring Coe to cut staff. You should also have received an email from Principal Turner outlining how she and the staff plan to address this situation. We are doing what we can to help and ask that you lend them your support as …

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Coe Playground

  Supervision begins on the playground at 7:40am each morning.  After school, children may not be on the playground without a parent or guardian supervising them.  For the safety of all, dogs may not be brought into the building nor can dog be on the school grounds.  (There are also multiple posted signs around the …

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Need help with school supplies?

A key element to student success is a prepared student.  Supply lists have been posted for families but shopping can add up quickly.  Thanks to our PTA, Coe may be able to help you with supplies.  Please contact our counselor, Meghan Kaloper at mrkaloper@seattleschools.org for more information.

Get Ready for the Annual Book Fair

 October 1-4 in Kearns Library Support the library’s only fundraiser and help your classroom by donating new books from your teacher’s wish list!  Want to volunteer?  Please sign up at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090549aea72ba13-coebook Book Fair Hours are: Monday, October 1, 2:00-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 2, 7:30-8:30 a.m. and 2:00-3:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 3, 7:30-8:30 a.m.,12:30-2:30 p.m., and …

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From the PTA President

September 5, 2018 Dear Coe Families, As your PTA Co-Presidents, we would like to welcome you to the new school year and ask that you join us in continuing Coe’s long-standing tradition of parent involvement and PTA leadership. How can you help? Join Up: You will find the PTA Membership Form in the packet your …

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Handbook Highlight: Attendance Email

If your child will be absent or late, please use the email coe.attendance@seattleschools.org. Please add this address to your contacts. Thank you to all parents who have been using this email. It has helped our daily attendance process run more smoothly.

Emergency Backpack Wish List

Are you interested in supporting safety and emergency readiness at Coe? We need your help. Over the summer, we will be updating, restocking, and adding emergency backpacks to each classroom. These backpacks are an important part of our emergency preparations. Please check out the Emergency Backpack Wishlist on the school website at https://coees.seattleschools.org.

Handbook Highlight: Lost and Found

Articles found in or near the school are put in the Lost and Found located in the south stairwell, off the atrium on the first floor. Small and/or valuable items are stored in the front office, as well as any found money. It is important that parents label student items so we can return them. …

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