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·         Members of the Spokane Education Association (SEA) have voted to schedule a one-day walk out of classes on May 27 to protest the State Legislature’s failure to fully fund basic education. This action is not supported by Spokane Public Schools Board of Directors, superintendent, or administration of the school district.


·         As a result of the walk out, school will need to be canceled, along with all activities, on Wednesday May 27th and made up in the following manner:


-       Late start Thursdays will be canceled on May 28, June 4 and June 11


-       June 18 will be the last day of school (a calendared snow make up day) on the following schedule:


High School – 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Middle School – 8:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.

Elementary – 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.


Lunch will be served on the last day of school.


·         The reason activities are canceled on May 27 is due to liability and cost issues.


·         Questions regarding other matters related to the walkout or make up day can be directed to the school principal to respond.


We are sorry for the inconvenience this action is causing you, your family and your student.

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 There will be No School, Sports,
or After School Activities
Wednesday, May 27th, due to the Teacher Walk Out.
Thank you.
To make up for this, there will be no more late start on Thursdays,
and the last day of school is June 18th.
The students will be released that
day at 1:45pm .
Last Day of iCan and Homework Club will be
             Thursday, June 4th.            
CIS Who is Communities in Schools?
Our mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Services provided by Communities in Schools:
Food Pantry: Available to ALL families, as needed, no questions asked.
School Supplies: Available to ALL students. We have binders spiraled notebooks, composition notebooks, pencil holders, pens, pencils, ect.
Hygiene Supplies: Available to ALL families, as needed no questions asked. We have shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste toothbrushes, body wash, soap, face wash, ect.
Contact Information:
Amanda MacDonald
phone: 354-5132/
Michelle Tarter
phone: 354-5129/
Jason Anderson
phone: 354-6647/
Join the Garry Middle School Parent Advisory Group
Meeting dates:
Garry Middle School Library
*Childcare available*
 SPS Transition Videos
Part 1: Getting Ready for Middle School: Fears and Faves:
Part 2: Getting Ready for Middle School: The School Day:
 Part 3: Coming Soon!
Federal Complaint Procedure
The Citizen Complaint Procedure for Certain Federal Programs can be found at
Ask a Question
Citizen Complaint Process
Phone(360)725-6100 ,TTY (360)664-3631, FAX (360)586.3300
Mail Your Question
Attn: Citizen Complaint - Title 1, Part A
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
P.O. Box 47200
Olympia, WA 98504
 School Employees Credit Union of Washington
From May 1st to June 30 you can help fund our ASB. When you get or refinance a car loan with the Credit Union, it will rebate 1% of the loan amount (up to $350 per loan) to Garry ASB. It is open membership to everyone who is passionate about education.
To join and apply for, or refinance a loan , go online to or visit our Credit Union locations. When you do, make sure to use Promo Code GarryMS so Garry ASB receives the rebate.


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