Skagit Academy Tuesday Talk

November 23, 2021 - Week 12

EARLY RELEASE - This Wednesday, Nov. 24 - NOON DISMISSAL

PREP & SYNERGY Class Schedule:

1st period- 9:00-9:40

2nd period- 9:45-10:25

3rd period- 10:30-11:10

4th period- 11:15-11:55

ACADEMY: Class, as usual, beginning at 7:30am

*Pickup at noon!...*unless you order lunch
*We will be serving lunch if you order ahead
*Pick up at 12:30 for those who stay for lunch
*No K-8 afternoon electives


If your student or anyone that they have been in close contact with, tests positive for COVID, it is important that you contact Roycie DiTullio in the office BEFORE sending your student to school.

Thank you for assisting us in managing this important detail at the school. Here's to keeping everyone as safe as possible!

Winter Sweater Week - December 13-17

Pull out those winter sweaters, dust them off, and wear them during our final week of school in 2021... the week before winter break. Wear a different sweater each day!
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The Academy's 7-12 Perspectives Group: Promoting Inclusion, Equity, and Mental Health Awareness

We would like to invite interested 7-12 students to participate in our Perspectives Group. Next Wednesday, December 1st at 12:30, pizza will be served for our first large group meeting. The group's purpose to promote promote inclusion, diversity, equity, and mental health awareness.

Click below to watch videos:

Mercedes Rodriguez - Why I Joined Perspectives

Claire See - Why I Joined Perspectives

Gwen Felzer - Why I Joined Perspectives


Skagit Academy has 5 remaining READ NATURALLY subscriptions left for families to use as a remote class on their WSLP (for LC and SYN students). Please contact Denise in the office if you are interested in enrolling your student into this supplemental reading curriculum.

Read Live delivers measurable results for struggling and developing readers of all ages by combining four highly effective instructional programs under one easy-to-use platform. Improve fluency and phonics skills while supporting vocabulary and comprehension development with our flagship reading intervention. Read Naturally Live combines an intrinsically motivating system with the best evidence-based practices to deliver results fast.

  • Build fluency and motivation by reading short, nonfiction passages.
  • Increase reading accuracy and expression with audio support.
  • Strengthen comprehension and vocabulary.
  • Develop automaticity in decoding (Phonics levels).
  • Work independently most of the time.
  • Experience success and an improved attitude toward reading.

Skagit Valley Herald Christmas Fund Donations

The Skagit Valley Herald Christmas Fund is a non-profit, charitable organization that has provided toys, books and a holiday meal to needy children and their families in Skagit County for over 71 years. Every donation is tax deductible. For more information CLICK HERE:

**Flyer is attached below