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Register for Family Academy: Summer Connections
On Wednesday, April 27 from 6-8 pm, learn about community-based and school summer resources and programming.
National Reading Month
Check out how FWPS is celebrating literacy and reading throughout the month of March.
Women's History Month
In March, FWPS schools will celebrate and honor Women's History Month with assemblies, art projects, musical performances and more.
Attend the sixth annual STEM Exploration Night, April 12!
From 6-8 pm at Federal Way High School, explore STEM through interactive activities, booths, panels, and more!
We are nearing the mid-point of second semester and it is so important that our students keep up on their grades and classwork. One of the major obstacles for our students is their reliance on cell phones. At TBHS each classroom has posted cell phone expectations that are in line with school board policy and the student handbook. We are asking that you have a conversation with your young adult about the use of cell phones in the classroom. Cellphone use can have adverse effects on grades.
The Student Rights and Responsibility Handbook states:
In recognition of parent/guardian decisions regarding the safety and communication needs of their families, the following expectations are placed into effect so as to establish and create a positive and productive learning environment. The possession and use of personal and school electronic or telecommunications devices (such as, but not limited to, computing tools, phones, tablets, iPods/iPads, watches, pens, and recording devices), must not pose a threat to academic integrity, disrupt the learning environment or violate the privacy rights of others. The District is not responsible for the theft or destruction of devices brought to school. Teachers may also allow the use of personal devices in their classrooms if such use contributes to instructional and/or educational purposes.