Special Education Assistantsematevosov@seattleschools.org
Bilingual Instr Asst -email@example.com
Dear Wing Luke Families,
Welcome new families and families who are returning for another amazing year. Let's go powerful Dragons!
Wing Luke's vision is to build a high performing, multicultural community for lifelong learning. We see the variety of cultures within our community as an incredible asset to our educational program. The year ahead is going to be wonderful, and I am really looking forward to continuing to build a strong school community together.
This year, all Seattle Public Schools will be focused on 3 pillars of inclusive learning: MTSS, UDL, and restorative practices. We believe that every student should feel welcome and find a sense of belonging at school.
Wing Luke specifically will continue to maintain close family relationships, culturally responsive instructional practices, and accessible and rigorous curriculum to support our students in their current and future academic success.
I look forward to meeting students and families and being a part of the Wing Luke Elementary school community. If you ever have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to reach out to me.
As a reminder, school begins on Wednesday, September 6 at 7:55 am (doors open at 7:40 am) with a 2:25 pm dismissal for all students. Supervision begins at 7:40 am which includes breakfast service. Kindergarten students' first day of school is on Monday, September 11. Please note that, with the exception of the first day, students are released every Wednesday at 1:10 for staff professional development. Look for the complete first week packet which will come to you via your student's teacher within the first week of school.
JaLynn Montes, Principal
Counselor & 504 Building Coordinatorsspark@seattleschools.org
Special Education Assistantnhpham1@seattleschools.org
EIM Elementary Instrumental Musictmreynolds@seattleschools.org
My name is Tasha Reynolds and this is my third year teaching in the Seattle School District. I teach instrumental music 5th grade and 4th grade if space is available to students at Dunlap, Rising Star, Wing Luke, Hawthorne, Beacon Hill, Loyal Heights and Greenwood!
I taught music in Bellevue for 23 years for grades 5-12. I moved to the Seattle area in 1996 from Colorado Springs. My travels took me to Kiev Ukraine in 1995 where I taught middle school to American students of medical missionaries. In 2001 I completed a Master of Arts degree from the University of Washington with an emphasis on learning disabilities and music reading.
I have a unique love for marching bands and pep bands and have both participated and directed them for over 25 years. I also love orchestral music and just completed 20 years playing oboe in the Northwest Symphony Orchestra. My new passion is for strings and I continue to study through lesson on the violin.
Hourly Tutors - Classifiedcrsanders@seattleschools.org
Special Education Asst/ISE - firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Worker, Homeless Program/McKinney Vento Program Building email@example.com
Services provided by the Social Worker:
- Classroom lessons focused on social emotional learning
- Small groups
- Individual work with students needing extra support
- Family support: connecting families to community resources and access to basic needs
- Collaboration with administration, staff, families, students and outside partners
St John, Heather
Special Education Assistantvlstuth@seattleschools.org