For prospective families …

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Buy your Yearbook yet?

It’s easy!

1. Go to and click on School/Sports/Yearbooks
2. Select Order Yearbooks
3. Click View Gallery for 2016-2017 Thurgood Marshall Elem Yearbook Prepay.
4. Complete the online order process.

The deadline to purchase yearbooks is March 31! Just $16.

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Try a new roll: Game Night!

Family Game Night is 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 22! Try out unusual and new board games, in an evening of FREE food and fun presented by the PTA and Blue Highway Games, a Queen Anne store.

You will be able to order games for later delivery to your student, but there is absolutely no obligation.

  • Appetizer potluck! Share your non-messy dish and socialize.
  • Door prizes!
  • We need volunteers to help with games and setup/takedown. Just an hour or so! Sign up at


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23 de marzo: Café par Familias hispanohablantes

Los invito a que nos acompañen a nuestro primer Café para Familias hispanohablantes en donde estará nuestra subdirectora Sabrina Kovacs-Storlie discutiendo temas de interés asi como preocupaciones especificas de nuestras familias latinas.  Será el jueves 23 de marzo a las 9:15am en la biblioteca, no es necesario RSVP.  Tendremos café y champurradas!

[Our next scheduled Coffee with the Principal will be conducted entirely in Spanish. Assistant Principal Sabrina Kovacs-Storlie will discuss general topics as well as specific concerns of Latino families. In the Library, 9:15 a.m., March 23]

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Undoing racism: a workshop

Join other parents for the “Undoing Racism & Teaching Equity to our Children” workshop 6-8:30 p.m. on March 28! You’ll focus on how your family can talk about racial identity and racism, regardless of your background or ethnicity. Members of Families of Color Seattle will lead us in exploring systemic racism and parents’ own understanding of their racial identity, power, privilege and oppression.

Please RSVP at
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