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    Juneau's Journal April 5
    Posted on 04/05/2019

    Have a Great Spring Break

    So many exciting things and successes are happening across the district, providing opportunities for students, educators, and families.

    I hope that you'll join me Tues., April 16 in the Broadway Performance Hall at Seattle Central College for this year's State of the District.

    Among the celebration's events, we'll be celebrating Asa Mercer Middle School for outstanding educational outcomes for students, Seattle Teacher Residency for their efforts to diversify the educator workforce, Hawthorne Elementary School Cafeteria Manager Marcus Mosby, for his commitment to student success, Head Custodial Inspector and Specialist Bounma Thongdymanyvong, for his dedication to strong district-wide operations, and community partners and individuals who hosted Listening and Learning sessions, strategic plan engagements, and participated on the Strategic Plan Advisory Committee, for their commitment to partnership and building a longer table.

    Next week is spring break for students and school-based staff. If you happen to be in downtown Seattle, the annual Naramore exhibit featuring middle and high school students' artworks is now on display at the Seattle Art Museum until May 26. We look forward to seeing students back in school Mon., April 15.

    Denise Juneau

    Corny jokes of the week:
    Where do fish keep their money? The river-bank.
    Why don't scientists like atoms? Because they make up everything.

    Jokes this week were brought to you by B.F. Day Elementary scholar Benjamin.

    Juneau's Journal, the superintendent's newsletter, will resume Fri., April 19.