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Rose Hill Middle School Counselor receives Human and Civil Rights Award

Danielle MacDonald, a counselor at Rose Hill Middle School, works hard to make the school inclusive and welcoming for all students and parents. For this hard work, she won the Washington Education Association’s 2018 Human and Civil Rights International Peace and Understanding Award.

Evergreen wins middle school Battle of the Books

Nine middle schools answered 45 questions about 12 books on March 13 during the annual Battle of the Books competition. School librarians organize the event each year. Students from Evergreen Middle School won the competition by two points.

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K-5 Research and Homework

Information on how to cite resources and links to research databases, library catalogs and lists of good books to read

Your school's library is a good place to start when looking for a book to read or information for a research project. Contact your school's library media specialist for more help.

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Student use of electronic resources: make sure you know the rules.

Policy IIAB: Student Use of Electronic Resources
District policy IIAB governs the district’s
provision of technology to students.

Policy IIAB-R: Student Use of Electronic Resources: Acceptable Use Procedures (AUP)
District policy IIAB-R, the regulation governing student use of electronic resources, spells out the district’s acceptable use policy for technology.