Mustang News Bulletin

September 7, 2021

Bryn Mawr RocKS!

Hello families!

Happy Friday to you!

I am happy to report that our first three days of school were a big success! Our students and staff worked together diligently to continue previous building systems and implement new ones in response to our COVID-19 safety protocols. As a result, improvements were made each day and our days are running smoothly. Students are doing an excellent job of keeping their masks on with proper fitting and they are engaging in classroom community building as well as academics.

We know that confirming transportation routing information has been a challenge for many of you. Please accept our apologies about this as we work as a district to flesh out the kinks. Please note that your child's routing information should be visible in Skyward including their route number(s) and pick-up and drop-off times and locations. You can also find routing information by downloading the Traversa Ride 360 bus route app to your phone. This app also allows you to track your bus in real time!

We will welcome our kindergarten students this Tuesday, September 7th for the first time! Kindergarten families, we are very excited to see your children and can't wait for them to get started!

Thank you, everyone, for your support with limiting the number of adults in the building. This has allowed us to continue to minimize transmission of COVID-19 and we appreciate your ongoing support. Kindergarten families, please remember that we are asking parents to complete their drop-off process outside of the school building in order to ensure safety. We will have adults present at the back of the building to welcome you and your kinder!

Have a great holiday weekend and we will see you on Tuesday!

In Partnership,

Mrs. Maxie


¡Hola familias!

¡Feliz viernes a ti!

¡Me complace informar que nuestros primeros tres días de clases fueron un gran éxito! Nuestros estudiantes y personal trabajaron juntos diligentemente para continuar con los sistemas de construcción anteriores e implementar nuevos en respuesta a nuestros protocolos de seguridad COVID-19. Como resultado, se realizaron mejoras todos los días y nuestros días transcurren sin problemas. Los estudiantes están haciendo un excelente trabajo al mantener sus máscaras colocadas apropiadamente y están participando en la construcción de la comunidad en el salón de clases, así como también en lo académico.

Sabemos que confirmar la información de rutas de transporte ha sido un desafío para muchos de ustedes. Por favor, acepte nuestras disculpas por esto mientras trabajamos como distrito para desarrollar los problemas. Tenga en cuenta que la información de ruta de su hijo debe estar visible en Skyward, incluidos los números de ruta y los horarios y ubicaciones de recogida y devolución. También puede encontrar información de ruta descargando la aplicación de ruta de autobús Traversa Ride 360 ​​en su teléfono. ¡Esta aplicación también te permite rastrear tu autobús en tiempo real!

¡Daremos la bienvenida a nuestros estudiantes de kindergarten este martes 7 de septiembre por primera vez! ¡Familias de kindergarten, estamos muy emocionados de ver a sus hijos y no podemos esperar a que comiencen!

Gracias a todos por su apoyo para limitar el número de adultos en el edificio. Esto nos ha permitido continuar minimizando la transmisión de COVID-19 y agradecemos su apoyo continuo. Familias de kindergarten, recuerden que les pedimos a los padres que completen su proceso de dejar fuera del edificio de la escuela para garantizar la seguridad. ¡Tendremos adultos presentes en la parte trasera del edificio para darle la bienvenida a usted y su kinder!

¡Que tengas un gran fin de semana festivo y nos vemos el martes!

En asociación,

Sra. Maxie



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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Skyway Library

Ages 12 and older

Administered by Public Health-Seattle King County and their affiliates.

· Single dose and 2-dose vaccines available.

· On-site interpreter services.

· The vaccine is available regardless of insurance, citizenship or immigration status.

Not sure if you’re ready to get vaccinated? Medical staff will provide information and answer questions on-site.

Walk-ups welcome. Registration not required.

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Creating a College Short List

For high schoolers and their families!

Presented by Yale Alumna and College Coach, Poojha Daryanani.

September 15, 2021 @ 6:00-7:00PM


Stephanie Zero
(425) 885-1861

Discuss the steps involved in creating a solid college shortlist.

Questions that will be addressed include:

What key factors should I consider while building my college list?
– What are some free resources that can help me with this process?
– How can I efficiently organize the list?
– What strategy should I adopt if my grades were not as strong this past year?
– How are test-optional policies going to impact college admissions and what can I do about it?

Please come with your questions!

Registration is required before 2 p.m. on September 15.
Check your email for the Zoom link on the day of the event.

Closed captioning is available for online events. Captioning is auto-generated.
Reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities is available by request for all events. Contact the library at least seven days before the event if you need accommodation. Send your request to

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Bryn Mawr Elementary School is a diverse and vibrant community of learners, serving students in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade. We are committed to academic achievement for all students and aim to provide a safe and respectful learning environment. We focus our daily efforts on delivering high quality instruction and support students' social, emotional, and behavioral development through building relationships and the systemic support of Positive Discipline and Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS). We fully embrace the diversity that is our student body and value family and community involvement as an integral part of our students' education.