Assemblies are scheduled as a part of the curriculum. They are designed to be educational as well as entertaining experiences. They provide one of the few opportunities in school to learn formal audience behavior. Individual students may be denied access to an assembly if their prior behavior in class or in an assembly has been disruptive.
Field trips are an important extension of the school curriculum. They allow students to observe and participate in activities that are not available in the classroom. Parents will be notified in advance of the date, location and time of field trips. In order for a student to participate on a field trip, there must be a current medical release form signed by a parent/guardian as well as a field trip permission form. Students may be denied access to a field trip if their behavior in class or on a prior field trip has been disruptive. Parents wishing to accompany their son/daughter must complete a Volunteer Disclosure Form and a Washington State Patrol Check and be cleared prior to the field trip by the classroom teacher or administration.