Sacajawea Middle School




    If your current 6th through 11th grade student plans on riding the school bus anytime next school year a new procedure is in place that requires them to sign up for bussing by April 15th.
    Only middle and high school bus riders are required to submit the registration form.  Middle school students will be given the form this week during conferences. 
    This form is to be returned by April 15th and is only for middle and high school students who will be using district busing in the 2015-16 school year.
    If you have not received or submitted your form yet, they are available in the office or by visiting

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  • EARLY RELEASE  1:30 P.M.
    March 30 - April 3, 2015
    Students will be released from school at 1:30 during conference week.  Buses will depart from Sacajawea by 1:45 p.m

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    March 30 - April 3. 2015
    Spring student Led Conferences take place this week.  Our school schedule has been changed to accommodate these conferences by releasing students at 1:30 p.m. each day.   Students will attend periods 1, 3 and 5 on Monday and Wednesday. Tuesday and Thursday students will attend periods 2, 4, and 6.  Friday will have a full schedule with shortened periods 1 through 6.  
    We also offer traditional Parent Teacher conferences.  If you would like to schedule a group conference with all of your student's teachers, please call Mrs. Conner at 354-5500.  You may also contact individual teachers for a private conference, 

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  • Annual Asbestos Notification
      March 2015
    Each year the Spokane School District is required by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), under the AHERA Regulations (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act), to notify employees, parents and other interested groups if there is asbestos located in their school. This is our annual notification that there is asbestos in our school.  Please be assured that all the asbestos is either in a nonpublic area or is well encapsulated.  It is the District’s intent that all asbestos materials are kept in a safe, well-maintained condition through a program of Periodic Surveillance and ongoing maintenance activities.  All of the asbestos records for your school are kept in the Asbestos Management Plan which is located in the Head Custodians office.
    If you have questions contact Facility Services at 354-7171.


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  • Online Gradebook Access - Powerschool
    PowerSchool is Spokane Public Schools' online student information system. PowerSchool will provide parents with real-time information to your student’s schedule, attendance and grades. 


    For details and directions click here.
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