Read Ed’s latest blog post about digital citizenship and smartphones in the classroom at NWESD’s website.
Congratulations Dr. Jeff Drayer, Assistant Superintendent in the Burlington-Edison School District for receiving the Non-Nurse Administrator of the Year award at the School Nurse Organization of Washington 2017 Fall Conference in Spokane.
During his 15 year tenure as Health Services supervisor, Dr. Drayer has advocated for student health and safety, supporting the need for a robust health services team. Under his leadership, the district has increased school nurse staffing from one full-time school nurse to three full-time school nurses; six health room assistants to nine, has purchased 11 AEDS, and made revisions to the certified teacher evaluation form to be a more appropriate evaluation of a certified school nurse. Congratulations and thank you, Dr. Drayer, for your continued advocacy and support of student health and well-being!
Nov 3, 2018, Anacortes – Thank you to Washington Association of School Administrators and WASA Executive Director, Bill Keim; Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Superintendent, Chris Reykdal; and Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Chief Fiscal Officer, Lisa Dawn-Fisher for visiting the NWESD 189 today for the Superintendents’ Advisory Committee meeting!
NWESD 189 is thrilled to be one of the recipients of a grant from the foundation side of Boeing for the “Early Childhood – Foundations in Numeracy Project.” Thank you Boeing for your support of education in the NWESD region!
The grant will help prepare educators, parents, and caregivers of young children in Snohomish County with the specific knowledge to facilitate early math learning development with the goal of improving children’s school-readiness.