Welcome to Summer Impact 2019

Island View Elementary, July 8- Aug 2, 8:30-1:00

Learning that impacts our minds, bodies, friendships, and life on Fidalgo Island.

General Program Information

Program Withdrawal: If your student is unable to commit to daily attendance, July 8-Aug 2, please contact Nicole Mortimer as soon as possible: nmortimer@asd103.org

Required Forms: Five to six forms are required from you in order for your student to participate in all the scheduled activities. Please read and sign all required forms and bring on the first day of Impact, July 8. Forms can be accessed below. These forms were also sent home with your student on June 19th or 20th.

First Day of the Program: Please bring your student sometime between 7:45-8:15 am on July 8th to check in with program staff in the multi-purpose room at Island View Elementary. You will learn your student’s classroom assignment during this time. Plan to stay with your student until 8:45 on this first day of the program. There will be NO BUS transportation TO school on this day. Bus transportation FROM school, starting this first day, will be provided only for students with completed bus forms.

Bus Transportation: If your student will take the bus to and/or from school, please complete and return the bus form after careful review of the bus schedule and stops. Bus info and forms are provided below. Note that stops and schedule are different from the regular academic year. You must complete and submit the bus form in advance of your student taking the bus. If your child is entering kindergarten or first grade, we ask that an authorized adult or guardian plan to meet/wait with the child at the stop when/until the bus arrives. If your student will typically get picked up by the AM bus and will be absent on a specific day, please contact the driver to inform them. Each bus driver will have a cell phone; your driver’s assigned cell phone number is noted below:

Bus #1, Ms. Solwold: 360-202-4058

Bus # 2, Ms. Livingston: 360-202-4424

Administration and Office Staff: Mr. Chad Sage is the acting administrator for the Impact program from July 5-Aug 2. If you need to contact Mr. Sage during these noted program dates, please email csage@asd103.org If you need to contact our program attendance/office assistant, Mrs. Janet Wilken, please email: jwilken@asd103.org From July 5-Aug 2, you can also reach Mr. Sage or Mrs. Wilken on assigned cell phones numbers noted below. Do NOT call the Island View Elementary office or district phones.

Impact Administrator, Chad Sage: cell # 360-420-1693

Impact Attendance/Admin Assistant, Janet Wilken: cell # 360-420-8936

Shoes and Clothing: Closed-toe shoes should be worn every day of the program for the protection of your student. On field trip days, please be aware, your student’s shoes may get wet or dirty. Dress children in appropriate clothing for being physically active and outside; wearing layers is a good idea! Please label your student’s clothing with their name. Wearing shorts under skirts/dresses is strongly recommended.

What to Bring: Students are asked NOT to bring backpacks, school supplies, or water bottles. Each child will receive a folder which they will bring to and from school every day. Students will be permitted to use drinking fountains in classrooms and will have access to drinking water during field trips. We recommend applying sunscreen to your student daily before school.

Snack and Lunch: Daily snack and lunch will be provided for each student. We ask that your student plan to eat the snack and meal provided and NOT bring food from home. If your student has specific health/dietary requirements or food allergies, you may arrange with the teacher or administrator to send supplemental food as needed. Refer to the lunch menu below for daily meals.

Field Trips: We will go on a field trip every Wednesday. On these days, we will begin loading the buses at 8:45 and will depart Island View Elementary soon after. If your student is late to school on a Wednesday and misses our field trip departure, you will need to keep him/her at home for the day. Do not leave the child at school as there will be NO STAFF at school once we depart for our field trip. We return from field trips around 12:30/12:45. See the schedule of field trips at the bottom of this page.

Volunteers and Chaperones: We are unable to include volunteers or chaperones in our summer program. The ratio of program staff to enrolled child will be approximately 1:5 during classroom learning time in the morning and on field trip days.

Morning Drop Off: School begins promptly at 8:30. Please make sure your student arrives on time daily. North playground is supervised from 8:00-8:30 am. No drop offs before 8:00. Drop off at the “Cone Zone” at North end of campus. Students line up on the playground at 8:30 to enter classrooms.

Afternoon Pick Up at Island View: AN AUTHORIZED ADULT or GUARDIAN MUST CHECK YOUR STUDENT OUT EVERY DAY with the student’s assigned paraeducator. Please communicate with Mr. Chad Sage or Janet Wilken (contact info noted above) any person approved to retrieve your student at dismissal or during program hours. Pick up will be at the school entrance. Kindly plan to pick your student up promptly at 1:00.

Field trips are scheduled as follows:

Kindergartners and 1st Graders--

  • July 10- West Beach, beach and land, Deception Pass WA State Park (bus)

  • July 17- Rosario Beach, tide pools and beach, WA State Park (bus)

  • July 24- Storvik Park, playground (walking)

  • July 31- Washington Park, forest lands (bus)

Second and Third Graders--

  • July 10- Storvik Park, playground (walking)

  • July 17- Washington Park, forest lands, (bus)

  • July 24- West Beach, beach and land, Deception Pass, WA State Park (bus)

  • July 31- Rosario Beach, tide pools and beach, WA State Park (bus)