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News June 7

News June 7
Posted on 06/07/2020

Dear Martha Lake Elementary Community: 

Wow - It’s the last few weeks of school already! Continue to watch for information from your student’s teacher and our weekly eNews about end of year information.

Even though we are working remotely, we are here for you, Martha Lake Elementary Community. Please call, or email or reach out to contact us.

Martha Lake Elementary

FAMILY SUPPORT Multilingual 5-2020.pdf 

Edmonds SD Registration and Enrollment.docx  

Aquasox FREE Ticket Form.pdf 

 Want Help Talking With Your Student/s About:

-Things Happening in Your Student’s Life?

-Talking With Your Student/s About the News?

-The Protests?

-Coronavirus COVID-19?

Ms. Tibbetts is here for all of us.

How to Reach Ms. Tibbetts?

Anne Tibbetts, School Psychologist/Counselor

Phone: 425-431-1906

Email: tibbettsa957@edmonds.wednet.edu

CLICK HERE to Watch Ms. Tibbetts’ Videos on YouTube

Click this Link where Ms. Tibbetts Reads the Book, Listening to My Body
Ms. Tibbetts YouTube Video of Book: Listening to My Body

Meet Ms. Kay
Martha Lake Elementary’s New Principal!
new principal

Stephanie Kay-Fredrickson  is currently the Assistant Principal at Broadview-Thomson PK-8 School in Seattle. She begins in our district July 1, 2020.  

Please join us in giving Ms. Kay a warm Martha Lake Elementary welcome!

Principal Tom Trexel will be teaching a class of lucky second graders at Brier Elementary next school year. Mr. Trexel is excited to spend the next school year immersing himself in learning and understanding the curriculum each of our teachers work with every day. He plans to return as a principal in the district (but not at MLE) for the 2021-22 school year. We’re going to miss you, Mr. Trexel!

FREE Grab & Go Meals -

Comidas para llevar  disponible

Free meals - Friday Includes Weekend Meals, Too

CONTINUES THROUGH JUNE 26, 2020 --- See Food Services link for information June 27 and beyond.

Click Here for FREE Food Places and Times


Martha Lake Elementary Students and Families!
We Miss You

Click Here to Watch a Special YouTube Video from MLE Staff

PTA is Parent Teacher Association... 

... a group of volunteers who help the school 

Will you please join PTA’s last meeting of the school year on June 15th at 6:30 pm on Zoom? We need AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE to be there.

 Zoom Meeting June 15 @ 6:30 pm CLICK HERE

 What Happens on June 15? Important Things for NEXT School Year:

New PTA Leaders will be chosen. WANT TO BE MORE INVOLVED? We need lots of people. Tell PTA if you’re interested and what you would like to do to help the school. Work during the week? It’s okay. PTA meetings are at night and a lot of things can be done from home. 

If you speak another language, that is really a PLUS. PTA wants to hear from you - will you please consider being involved  --- tell your friends and family. Volunteering for PTA is a great way to spend time with friends, and meet new friends.

1) Budget for the 2020-2021 school year will be approved. Want to request money for things for NEXT school year? This is the time to ask for it in the budget. 

2) Nominate people for a PTA Award. These awards recognize individuals who have made a positive impact on Martha Lake Elementary, our families, and our community. Here is the form to nominate someone:

Nominate Someone for a PTA Award CLICK HERE

Tell us if you have questions. Be well and stay safe!

Eric  (Ella’s Dad)

Email: president@marthalakepta.com

DON'T MISS A THING click here for text messages
Click Here for MLE PTA's website
Click Here to follow MLE PTA on Facebook

If Things Like This are Happening to You:

• Unable to Pay Your Electric Bill?
Getting Evicted?
Don’t Have Gas Money to Get to Work?

Click the links below, or ask a trusted person to click them and help you through them to get help

Family Support Services - click here. 

Supplemental Learning Resources - click here. 

Mental Health Resources - click here. 

A Message From Edmonds School District’s EAACH (Equity Alliance for Achievement)

Dear Edmonds School District Community, 

EAACH believes that Black Lives Matter, and we stand in solidarity with our Black students, families, staff, administration and community.  

We call on our Edmonds School District community at all levels to speak up and speak out about racial injustice, to take action and support one another. We must make our schools and our homes places where racism is unwelcome; we must make empathy, acceptance, and love our common, guiding values.

Our District has committed to a Race and Equity Policy, and Black Lives Matter Resolution—and we will continue to build on the work to hold our system accountable.  We believe this work is critical and invite you to join us as a community-led collective of students, families, teachers and administrators.

Recognizing That Many are Experiencing Stress and Trauma at This Time, 

Please find districts mental health resources available here: Link 

Additional resources for Black families and community members: link

Resources for talking with children about race and racism: 

In Love and Solidarity,
Your EAACH Leadership Team


To join our EAACH email list if this message was forwarded to you please use this link to join

MLE Community Coffee Talk 

Coffee Talk with School Community

Last Two THURSDAYS June 11 & June 18
Mornings@ 10-11:00 am & 

 Evenings @ 6:30-7:30 pm

MLE, come to ask a question, to spend time with other MLE adults, or just to be there. All are welcome!

Come for a Little Time or a 
Lot of Time - Whatever Works for You


Topic: Coffee Talk with Your School Community

        Jun 11, 2020 10:00 AM

        Jun 18, 2020 10:00 AM

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 952 4682 9570

Password: 534511


Topic: Coffee Talk with Your School Community

        Jun 11, 2020 06:30 PM

        Jun 18, 2020 06:30 PM

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 939 4481 4052

Password: 525351

Edmonds School District Superintendent, Dr. Kris McDuffy, sent the email below to all Edmonds School District Families on June 1 and we want to put it here, again.

Dear Edmonds School District families and staff,

I write to you this evening with a broken and heavy heart. I want to acknowledge the senseless killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis and the events that have since followed. It is undoubtedly weighing heavily on all of us and leaving many of us, including myself, without the words to express the deep and painful feelings we are experiencing.

Specifically, to our Black students, families and staff - I want you to know that we SEE you, we VALUE you and we STAND WITH you. 

The district is committed to supporting students and families as we navigate the persistent racism and aggression against Black people. We will continue the work to seek to understand how these tragedies continue to happen and what can be done to prevent them from occurring in the future. We will continue to make efforts and collectively embrace hope through our equity policy, our Black Lives Matter resolution, and our commitment to student, staff and family voice. 

We know many of you are overwhelmed right now. Please know you are not alone. Even as we must be physically distant from each other, please reach out to those who may need your support and compassion during this time. 

We hope the list of resources below can help students, families and staff have necessary conversations about race:

Stay healthy, stay strong!

With my deepest respect and gratitude for our community,

Dr. Kristine McDuffy

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