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  • Nominate an outstanding contributor to our Parkwood community!

    The Parkwood PTA has traditionally given out four awards to outstanding contributors in the Parkwood Elementary community. We are seeking nominations for individuals who have shown excellence in their role as an educator, classified staff member, volunteer, or community advocate. Click the headline for an online form!

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  • We Celebrate our Volunteers!

    Parkwood Volunteers! Join us for a breakfast to show our appreciation for all your help at Parkwood this year. Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast Thursday, March 21st 8:00-8:30 AM in the Parkwood Library. Who is invited? Anyone who has helped at Parkwood this year! So YOU!

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  • Parkwood's Global Reading Team is headed to Regionals!

    36 students from Parkwood have been reading 6 pre-selected books since October. They competed in a school 'Jeopardy style' competition in February. The winning team from that went to the District competition and competed against 13 other schools. Our school team, The Big Bad Wolves, won the District competition in February and are headed to Regionals on March 21st! Congrats and Good Luck!

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  • Author Patrick Carmen to visit Parkwood!

    Best-selling author Patrick Carmen will be at Parkwood March 20th to share his inspiration for writing and his new half book/ half video game, Towervale. 4th-6th graders will get to meet the author from Walla Walla. Mr. Carmen writes great books for all readers, but provides a variety of different ways for kids to access books and get them excited to read. Books will be for sale at the event and for a week after for $15.

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  • Girls on the Run

    Parkwood Elementary would like to announce our 2019 Girls on the Run Team! Girls on the Run (GOTR) inspires 3rd-5th grade girls to participate in an after-school program. We emphasize lessons that encourage positive, social, mental and physical development. Physical activity is woven into our program to inspire an appreciation of fitness and to build habits that lead to a lifetime of health. Abby C. , Abi C., Jessica B., Nicole G., Maliyah H., Sydney H., Olivia K., McKenzie P., Lucy S., Amelia S., Elena T., and Tinbit Y.

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  • Heritage Festival Date is changed!

    Due to the inclement weather and icy road conditions the Heritage Festival date will be changed to March 12th! Join us for our annual event of food, culture, music, art, and community as we celebrate each other. 5-7 pm at Parkwood at NorthCity. See you there!

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  • A Healthy Meal is provided for all our Shoreline Students

    A healthy, well-balanced meal is essential to student learning! We strongly encourage all students who may qualify for free or reduced priced meals to apply for this school-based benefit. For more info visit our Shoreline Schools Food and Nutrition Services Department

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  • Early Release Wednesdays

    On several Wednesdays throughout this school year, school will end at 1:20 p.m. to enable Parkwood staff to participate in research-based professional development to improve student learning. Find out more information here about our early release model and after school care options.

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  • Parkwood Construction Information

    Thanks to the amazing Shoreline and Lake Forest Park communities, Parkwood is getting a brand new school! Curious? Excited? Find out more here!

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Announcements

  • North City Address

    Come find us at our new address!

    816 NE 190th St

    Shoreline, WA 98155

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    March Events

    4th: School Board Meeting, 7pm

    4th - 8th Elementary Conferences

    4th, 5th, 7th, & 8th: Early release at 11:15

    6th: Early Release, 1:20

    10th: Daylight Savings

    12th: Heritage Night, 5-7pm

    13th: Early Release, 1:20

    14th: PTA Meeting, 7pm, Library

    20th:  Author Visit, grades 4-6th, 9am

    21st: Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast, 8am

    21st: Global Reading Challenge Regional Competition, Bothel

    21st: 5th Grade Debut Concert, Gym, 7pm

    27th: Early Release, 1:20

    28th: STEM Night, 6pm

     

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  • The Parkwood office really appreciates the communication that we get from families about attendance! Please continue to keep us informed.  

    Please call the school's registrar (206-393-4150) or email the school's attendance team (pw.attendance@shorelineschools.org) to communicate any information regarding absences. Thank you!

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About Our School

  • Our Mission:  Through our core values of Academic Excellence, Community, Collaboration and Respect for Human Differences, Parkwood Elementary School inspires and prepares students to reach their highest potential and live empowered, successful, and compassionate lives. *Our mission, vision and values were collaboratively developed by Parkwood staff and stakeholders in 2015.

    About Parkwood:  Parkwood Elementary, a Title 1 school, is one of the most ethnically, economically, culturally, and linguistically diverse schools in Shoreline. Approximately 40% of Parkwoods 450 students qualify for free or reduced lunch, 30% of our students speak a language other than English at home, and 16% qualify for special education services.  While some may view these demographics as difficulties, Parkwood enthusiastically celebrates our diversity.  Our communities are committed to student success and it shows: Parkwood uniformly exceeds state performance levels in all standardized tests and regularly exceeds scores earned by other Shoreline elementary schools.  We have won Washington State Academic Achievement Awards in 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, and 2015.  

    The Parkwood community is collaborative, holistic and relentless about student growth. We truly believe that our work will change our students’ lifelong trajectory, enabling them to overcome financial and educational barriers. We approach instruction and intervention systematically, rejoice in our accomplishments and celebrate our cultures. Through our work and play, we care for children’s academic, social and emotional development.

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