You probably know that it’s important to read to your child. You also may have heard that starting earlier is better. But maybe you feel a little silly reading aloud to an infant? Or you can’t figure out how to keep your 6-month-old from eating the corners of the book, or get your toddler to sit...
For 21-year-old Hunter Olin, traditional public school was challenging. As a child, she was diagnosed with a developmental disability, making routine school activities like classroom learning and social situations difficult. Throughout her years at public [...]
Kicking off the 2019-2020 school year with a powerful training designed to best support student needs, 128 Southwest Washington school district leaders gathered at Alki Middle School to reflect on their existing Multi-Tiered Systems of [...]
School nurses are unsung heroes in Washington state’s effort to ensure that all students receive equal access to education. Serving as a bridge between healthcare and education, school nurses support students’ physical, mental, emotional and [...]
On June 12, the ESD 112 Teaching & Learning leadership team came together for their end of the year meeting. The primary focus of the meeting was to create cross-department workgroups for the upcoming school [...]