Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Voice your thoughts on Meany Middle School - Meeting 1/23/14

While Middle School seems a long way off to many of us, it is high time to start gathering input and collaborating on the development of Meany Middle School. Meany, our neighborhood public middle school, is scheduled to reopen in 2017. The Meany School Design Advisory Committee (SDAT) has had four meetings and the project is in the pre-design phase. As parents, we'd like to start organizing members of the feeder schools to ensure that we gather community input regarding the programs, activities and any other opportunities you'd like to see offered to our neighborhood's 6-8th graders.

To join the first of these discussions, please come to a meeting in the Stevens Elementary School Library on Thursday, January 23rd at 7pm.

Don't miss this opportunity to make your voice heard!

Stevens Elementary
1242 18th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
Enter on 18th Avenue E and take the stairs (located either to the right or the left) or elevator (to the left of the office) to the second level. The library is on the south side of the building.

1 comment:

  1. One hope is that there will be school garden implemented as well as thought as to how the school might incorporate garden education/nutrition/cooking into everyday curriculum. Orca has a wondeful program in place that could be modeled. Would love to see the public schools pedagogy switch to include more connections to the natural world, art, music instead of separating the teaching of these disciplines as if they were unrelated.