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    Weekly Update 3/5/21
    Posted on 03/15/2021

    Dear Families,

    As we come to the one-year mark of experiencing this pandemic and remote learning, I felt hope and encouragement from our students this week. During principal lunches I was truly inspired by their attitude of looking for opportunities despite challenges. I heard children recommending books to each other, sharing hobbies they have enjoyed having time to pursue (collecting shells, reading, baking, researching), showing their favorite stuffies (that also looked like comfort items – baby Yoda, etc.) and overall optimism that we are staying healthy and continuing to look for ways to connect while we are mainly in a virtual setting. AND… we are all very much looking forward to the day we can come together at our newly remodeled Bagley, to see one another and continue building our unified Hive together.

    YOU-ME-WE-TOGETHER!
    GO BEES!
    Carla Holmes, Principal
    Megan Parker, Assistant Principal

    In Person Update

    What we currently know is that SEA and the district are still bargaining. So far return dates have been scheduled for students who receive intensive special education services.
    No dates have been set for K-1 at this time.
    For updates see link below:

    Return to In-person Learning Update March 3rd

    Race and Equity Instructional Design Committee Updates

    • Our program planning sub-committee is working on two important documents Daniel Bagley Teaching Practices, and a Classroom Configuration Plan. Please see link to the Teaching Practice.
    • We have set up a new email address for your to send you ideas, comments and questions: UnifiedHive@gmail.com
    • In addition, we have a landing page on our school website where you can also find information – please see our latest FAQ sheet there.

     

    Progress Reports

    Will be available on the Source on April 10th.

    Helping Hive: A Community Pantry

    The Helping Hive, a pantry stocked with basic necessities (toiletries and household supplies) is now accessible to Bagley families Monday-Friday 8am-2pm in the front entryway of the school. Need something? Take something!

    To support the Helping Hive, donated toiletries and household items may be dropped off at the school or ordered through our Amazon wish list. You may also contribute to a parent initiated PayPal pool toward the purchase of $25 Kroger gift cards that will go directly to Bagley families to buy groceries and other needed items.

    If you have questions, ideas or would like to get involved in pantry and family support work, please contact Regina Thornton.

    Virtual Recess

    Virtual Recess is off to a huge success! Teachers will continue to add a link to their weekly schedule. Below are the days and time for Virtual Recess.

    • Tuesday- 4/5- 12:45-1:00
    • Wednesday- K/1- 12:05-12:20
    • Thursday- 2/3- 12:25-12:40

    Virtual Recess is completely optional, but a fun way for students to socialize during remote learning!

    If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Parker 

    PTA Updates

    Upcoming Fund Raiser - Do you like ciders? Maybe you are curious but don't know a lot about them? Here's your chance to learn more and support Bagley!

    Bagley dad Chris Dawe is hosting a fundraiser for Daniel Bagley PTA through alcoholic and non-alcoholic cider kits! $10 from every kit sold will be donated to the PTA. Local delivery and pick up is free.

    On Saturday, March 6th at 4 PM, Chris will host a cider tasting so you can learn about the ciders in your alcoholic cider kit. If you purchase a kit, you will receive a link a few days prior to the event. Please share these links widely with your friends and family!

    https://press-then-press-llc.myshopify.com/products/daniel-bagley-pta-fundraiser-collection
    https://press-then-press-llc.myshopify.com/products/daniel-bagley-pta-fundraiser-non-alcoholic-collection

    Nutty Squirrel Treats - If you have a hankerin' for gelato sandwiches, please consider supporting Bagley and the Nutty Squirrel at the same time! Nutty Squirrel is selling gelato sandwich kits for $30, and $5 of each purchase will be donated to Bagley (select our school during checkout). This fundraiser runs through March 31st, so plenty of time to enjoy these kits more than once.

    What’s included:

    • 2 pints of gelato
    • 8 take-n-bake cookies made by the local La Liath Bakery
    • Premium melting chocolate
    • Nutty Stash special sprinkle mix with gelato cones, unicorns, stars, etc.
    • Seattle sticker by local Artist Sean Hoyt - drawstuff.shop

    Link to online orders: https://nuttysquirrel.square.site/product/community-cookie-kit-5-donation/229?cs=true&cst=custom.

    Happy sandwiching!