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Current Sun Dragons’ Dayette! 

January 27, 2023

Here is this week’s edition of the Dayette.  We hope you find this information useful!

Last Call for Lost and Found!

Has your child has ever worn a jacket, gloves, or hat to school? Does your child have a plastic water bottle that you’re now realizing you haven’t seen in a while? Do you pack your child lunches or snacks in cool lunch boxes or plastic Tupperware? If you answered, “Yes!” to any of these questions, please take a minute when you drop off or pick up your students to check out our stash. Our coat rack is overflowing, and we have full boxes of other accessory items that we would love to return to their rightful owners! Our 4th and 5th graders are going to apply for new school jobs next week and we would love for our next lost and found crew members to start off with a clean slate, so we plan to donate unclaimed items at the beginning of February. Thank you!

Playground Gates

Please note that the playground gates are locked between 8:05 and 8:10 daily. This includes the gate leading to the steps to Fremont Ave N. We do this to secure the area for the pre-school program that uses the play ground at 8:15. We apologize for any inconvenience!

From the Library

Greetings B.F. Day Readers! A huge thank you to everyone who fulfilled this month’s nonfiction wish list! We’ve been enjoying some truly beautiful new books.

There are over 40 4th and 5th graders participating in this year’s Global Reading Challenge! We will be meeting every Tuesday at lunch to discuss the 8 books until B.F. Day’s final competition on February 14.

We are in need of some extra adults to help quiz teams for practice. Please check out the Signup Genius information and see if there’s a day you can stop by! Don’t worry, questions will be provided for you.

Supporting Dyslexic Learner Event Jan 30

Implementing the Science of Reading: Supporting Dyslexic Learners in the General Education classroom

You’ve identified that your student has dyslexia or a suspected learning disability, but now what? How can you help your student to thrive in an environment built for typical learners? Join us to hear how your student can be supported in the general education classroom. Our presenter, Staci Bain, Ed.D. will discuss approaches to learning, suggest accommodations, and explore helpful tools that will provide support for dyslexic students so they can be successful in any educational setting. This presentation is intended for parents and caregivers, but all are welcome! Register at Eventbrite for this event on Jan 30 at 7 p.m.

Notes from the Music Room

I am pleased to announce that we have a second visiting artist beginning a residency at BF Day in February! Ken Nsimbi is returning to BF Day for the second year in a row to work with our 5th grade musicians. Last year, he introduced us to the spirit of “ubuntu” (togetherness) and we are looking forward to making more music together with him in the coming month. ~ Musically yours, Miss Bethany

Artist in Residence Ken Nsimbi

Ken Nsimbi

Born and raised in Nairobi, Ken’s experience as a first-generation immigrant is his driving force to advocating for populations whose voices have been muted by society. He is committed to promoting equality for all and the fair redistribution of power and status to marginalized populations.

Drums have been an intrinsic part of Ken’s life for decades and for countless generations before him, an ancient instrument used to celebrate all the aspects of life. Teaching African drumming is his way of inciting passion, inspiration, self-expression and healing in drummers on just about every continent on the planet. He is a member and one of the founders of International Praise Band, an international group that blends elements of Latin and African rhythm, soul, gospel and contemporary Worship music.

In Solidarity! Ken Nsimbi

Enroll at Seattle Public Schools for 2023-24

Will your child be 5 by August 31? Is your family new to Seattle? Then it’s time to enroll for school!

By registering early, students gain access to important resources and the opportunity to apply for schools other than their assigned attendance school during Open Enrollment Feb. 1 – 28.

Registration opened January 3 New Student Registration begins Jan. 3 for the 2023-24 school year. All registration is completed online.

Register New Students

Items you will need to register new students

  • Parent or guardian photo ID
  • Child’s passport or birth certificate
  • Two (2) proofs of home address dated within past eight (8) weeks
  • Child’s immunization (shots) record

Open Enrollment and School Choice

By registering early, families and students have access to lots of benefits. One benefit is families can participate in Open Enrollment and the School Choice Process. Each student in Seattle Public Schools is assigned to a school based on where that student lives. Students may apply to attend a different school through the School Choice Process. Open Enrollment and School Choice begins on February 1. Read more about Open Enrollment and School Choice.

B.F. Day Is Still Hiring Recess Supervisors

B.F. Day is looking to hire new recess supervisors to join our team for the remainder of the school year. Shifts are M-F, 10:15-12:40 and Pay is $18.69 hourly. If interested, please contact: Principal Jaskot 206-252-6015 scjaskot@seattleschools.org or Dr. M 206-252-6018 jsmorisco@seattleschools.org

Culinary Services Job Fair

Culinary Services is hosting job fair during the Admissions Fair on Saturday, Jan. 28. at the John Stanford Center. Hiring: Secondary managers, Elementary managers, Assistant managers, Lunchroom assistants (cooks, servers/cashiers), Lunchroom substitutes

Benefits include medical, dental, vision; retirement, life and AD&D insurance; long-term disability insurance, medical FSA and DCAP. Applications can be completed on site.

Admissions Fair at JSCEE Sat Jan 28

The SPS Admissions Fair is Saturday, Jan. 28 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the John Stanford Center.

School and district representatives will be available to meet with families and answer questions about schools, programs, Open Enrollment, and the School Choice process. Families can also register their children for the 2023-24 school year.

Azure Family Concerts: All Behaviors Welcome Feb 4!

Join us for our Sensory-Friendly Programs, an opportunity for adults and families to experience the museum with lowered volume and light levels. Sensory-Friendly Programs welcome anyone who can benefit from a low-sensory museum environment. Learn more.

3 Performers headshots with violins

Join Seattle Chamber Music Society for a FREE, fun, and engaging concert for children and young adults on the autism spectrum or with similar disabilities, and their families or care-givers. As many with autism (or related challenges) do not attend traditional music performances due to stimming, vocalizations or physical movements, Azure concerts offer a welcoming, nonjudgmental space for families to gather and enjoy music together. This event is ‘Shush-Proof’! Look forward to an instrument petting zoo after the performance!

Date/Time: Saturday, February 4, 2023, 11:00 a.m. – 12 p.m. Location: SCMS Center for Chamber Music (601 Union Street, Suite 220, Seattle, WA 98101)

Visit the Seattle Chamber Music Society site for more details and to join the waitlist.


January & February Reminders


January 20, 2023

Lost and Found is Overflowing!

Has your child has ever worn a jacket, gloves, or hat to school? Does your child have a plastic water bottle that you’re now realizing you haven’t seen in a while? Do you pack your child lunches or snacks in cool lunch boxes or plastic Tupperware? If you answered, “Yes!” to any of these questions, please take a minute when you drop off or pick up your students to check out our stash. Our coat rack is overflowing, and we have full boxes of other accessory items that we would love to return to their rightful owners! Our 4th and 5th graders are going to apply for new school jobs next week and we would love for our next lost and found crew members to start off with a clean slate, so we will plan to donate unclaimed items at the beginning of February, in two weeks. Thank you!

Playground Gates

Please note that the playground gates are locked between 8:05 and 8:10 daily. This includes the gate leading to the steps to Fremont Ave N.

We do this to secure the area for the pre-school program that uses the play ground at 8:15.

We apologize for any inconvenience!

From Nurse Annette

Hi Parents, We are seeing an uptick in illnesses after break. Please keep your child home when sick to prevent the spread of infection. Review the guidance of when to keep your child home. Thank you.

From the Library

Greetings B.F. Day Readers! A huge thank you to everyone who fulfilled this month’s nonfiction wish list! We’ve been enjoying some truly beautiful new books.

There are over 40 4th and 5th graders participating in this year’s Global Reading Challenge! We will be meeting every Tuesday at lunch to discuss the 8 books until B.F. Day’s final competition on February 14. 

We are in need of some extra adults to help quiz teams for practice. Please check out the Signup Genius information and see if there’s a day you can stop by! Don’t worry, questions will be provided for you.

Artist in Residence

Kimani Bishop

I am pleased to announce the first artist in residence at BF Day for this school year is Kimani Bishop! Kimani will begin a six-week residency with our fourth grade musicians on January 27. Fourth graders will not only learn how to play steel pans, but also learn about how they are constructed and their importance in Trinidadian culture. The timing of this residency will also coincide with the Carnival celebration in Trinidad, so we will get to learn about Panorama and Fantastic Friday as it is being celebrated in Trinidad.

We are so fortunate and excited to be working with a steel drum player of Kimani’s caliber!

Kimani Bishop was born and raised in Trinidad & Tobago. He grew up in a musical household and was introduced to steelpan at the age of nine. Upon receiving his high school diploma, Kimani began working as a steelpan engineer at Panland, Trinidad and Tobago. There, he spent ten years learning the art of building, tuning, and manufacturing all ranges of the steelpan. In 2015, Kimani pursued a bachelor’s degree in music at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine before embarking on a study abroad at Trinity College, where he eventually earned his degree. In 2021, Kimani received his master’s degree in ethnomusicology from Tufts University and is now completing his doctoral studies in ethnomusicology at the University of Washington, Seattle. His research interest focuses on the tense relationship between Christianity and the steelpan in Trinidad and Tobago.

Food Drive

Thanks for the wonderful response to our food drive, which concludes today. If you have items to drop off, we can still accept them through Monday morning! Any classroom that meets our goal of 70% participation will receive a Super Dragon Scale worth 25 Dragon Scales! Participation means bringing at least one food item next week to donate.

The most needed items are:

  • Soups and Chili
  • Pasta and Rice
  • Canned Tuna, Chicken and Salmon
  • Shelf-Stable Regular and Alternative Milks
  • Canned Vegetables, Fruit and Beans
  • Dried Fruit
  • Oatmeal
  • Single-Serving and Full Box Cereals
  • Top Ramen and Mac & Cheese
  • Juices and Water
  • Sauces, Condiments and Spices
  • Peanut Butter and Jelly
  • Nuts
  • Dry Beans
  • Coffee and Tea

Enroll at Seattle Public Schools for 2023-24

Will your child be 5 by August 31? Is your family new to Seattle? Then it’s time to enroll for school!

By registering early, students gain access to important resources and the opportunity to apply for schools other than their assigned attendance school during Open Enrollment Feb. 1 – 28.

Registration opened January 3

New Student Registration begins Jan. 3 for the 2023-24 school year. All registration is completed online.

Register New Students

Items you will need to register new students

  • Parent or guardian photo ID
  • Child’s passport or birth certificate
  • Two (2) proofs of home address dated within past eight (8) weeks
  • Child’s immunization (shots) record

Open Enrollment and School Choice

By registering early, families and students have access to lots of benefits. One benefit is families can participate in Open Enrollment and the School Choice Process. Each student in Seattle Public Schools is assigned to a school based on where that student lives. Students may apply to attend a different school through the School Choice Process. Open Enrollment and School Choice begins on February 1. Read more about Open Enrollment and School Choice.

Azure Family Concerts: All Behaviors Welcome!

Join us for our Sensory-Friendly Programs, an opportunity for adults and families to experience the museum with lowered volume and light levels. Sensory-Friendly Programs welcome anyone who can benefit from a low-sensory museum environment. Learn more.

3 Performers headshots with violins

Join Seattle Chamber Music Society for a FREE, fun, and engaging concert for children and young adults on the autism spectrum or with similar disabilities, and their families or care-givers. As many with autism (or related challenges) do not attend traditional music performances due to stimming, vocalizations or physical movements, Azure concerts offer a welcoming, nonjudgmental space for families to gather and enjoy music together. This event is ‘Shush-Proof’! Look forward to an instrument petting zoo after the performance!

Date/Time: Saturday, February 4, 2023, 11:00 a.m. – 12 p.m. Location: SCMS Center for Chamber Music (601 Union Street, Suite 220, Seattle, WA 98101)

Visit the Seattle Chamber Music Society site for more details and to join the waitlist. 

Free Dental, Vision, and Medical Services

Seattle/King County Clinic brings together healthcare organizations, civic agencies, non-profits, private businesses and volunteers from across the State of Washington to produce a giant free health clinic at Seattle Center. The four-day volunteer-driven clinic provides free dental, vision and medical care to anyone in the region who struggles to access and/or afford healthcare.

The next Seattle/King County Clinic will be held April 27 – 30, 2023 and will offer dental, vision and medical care. For more information visit the Patient site and the Volunteer page

Math Night

Our Math Night Committee is busy preparing for the upcoming Math Night on Thursday, March 16. This will be a remote event, with a STEM theme. Our annual Pi Memorization Contest will take place on Pi Day, March 14 (3.14). Winners from the K- 2 and 3-5 entrants will be announced at the Math Night. Parents with careers using math in interesting ways are invited to join in the presentation, so that our BF Day community can learn about all the different ways math can apply in our lives. The Math Night Committee will be reaching out shortly.

January 13, 2023

Hello Families!

Our newest Sun Dragon!

Baby
Baby

On January 7 at 11:52 p.m. we welcomed our daughter, Eva Zisko, to the world. 

She is our perfect ray of sunshine and completes our family. 

We are all healthy and enjoying this special bonding time. 

Thank you, B.F. Day family, for all of the love and support. 

We look forward to raising Eva as a B.F. Day Sun Dragon! ~ Dr Zisko.


First Trimester Progress Reports

The end of the first trimester was Monday, December 12. Elementary progress reports are now available for families to view on the Source. We will print progress reports if there are individual parent requests. If you are seeking a paper copy of your child’s progress report, please email the front office: smhaas@seattleschools.orgecdibble@seattleschools.org. View the district Source page for helpful information for families navigating the Source

Food Drive

At BF Day we are Caring, Engaged and Responsible. Next week the PTSA will be running a food drive to support Ballard Food Bank because we Care about our community! Ballard Food Bank services 6,200+ people every month and the demand is rising as the cost of food and other basic necessities increase (read more on the article on Crosscut). If you would like to participate, please send non-perishable food items to school with your child by Friday, 20 January.

Any classroom that meets our goal of 70% participation will receive a SUPER DRAGON SCALE worth 25 Dragon Scales! Participation means bringing at least one food item next week to donate.

The most needed items are:

  • Soups and Chili
  • Pasta and Rice
  • Canned Tuna, Chicken and Salmon
  • Shelf-Stable Regular and Alternative Milks
  • Canned Vegetables, Fruit and Beans
  • Dried Fruit
  • Oatmeal
  • Single-Serving and Full Box Cereals
  • Top Ramen and Mac & Cheese
  • Juices and Water
  • Sauces, Condiments and Spices
  • Peanut Butter and Jelly
  • Nuts
  • Dry Beans
  • Coffee and Tea

From Nurse Annette

We are seeing an uptick in illnesses after break. Please keep your child home when sick to prevent the spread of infectionReview the district guidance for when to keep your child home. Thank you.

COVID Vaccine Clinics Info for this Weekend!

  • Broadview Thompson K-8 | 13052 Greenwood Ave N, 98133
    • Date: January 11, 2023 Time: 7:30-9:00 am
    • Medical Provider: Docere Center
    • Vaccines offered: COVID dose 1, 2 for 6 mos. and above, Bivalent booster 
  • Luther Memorial Lutheran Church | 13047 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
    • Date: January 11, 2023 Time: 9:15-11:30
    • Medical Provider: Docere Center
    • Vaccines offered: COVID dose 1, 2 for 6 mos. and above, Bivalent booster 
  • Lake City Collective Center | 13525 32nd Ave NE, 98125
    • Date: January 15, 2023 Time: 9:00 am-12pm
    • Medical Provider: Docere Center
    • Vaccines offered: COVID dose 1, 2 for 6 mos. and above, Bivalent booster.

Enroll at Seattle Public Schools for 2023-24

Will your child be 5 by August 31? Is your family new to Seattle? Then it’s time to enroll for school!

By registering early, students gain access to important resources and the opportunity to apply for schools other than their assigned attendance school during Open Enrollment Feb. 1 – 28.

Registration opened January 3

New Student Registration begins Jan. 3 for the 2023-24 school year. All registration is completed online.

Register New Students

Items you will need to register new students

  • Parent or guardian photo ID
  • Child’s passport or birth certificate
  • Two (2) proofs of home address dated within past eight (8) weeks
  • Child’s immunization (shots) record

Open Enrollment and School Choice

By registering early, families and students have access to lots of benefits. One benefit is families can participate in Open Enrollment and the School Choice Process. Each student in Seattle Public Schools is assigned to a school based on where that student lives. Students may apply to attend a different school through the School Choice Process. Open Enrollment and School Choice begins on February 1. Read more about Open Enrollment and School Choice.

From our Music Teacher, Bethany Grant-Rodriguez

MoPOP Museum of Pop Culture | Jan 19, 2023

Join us for our Sensory-Friendly Programs, an opportunity for adults and families to experience the museum with lowered volume and light levels. Sensory-Friendly Programs welcome anyone who can benefit from a low-sensory museum environment. Learn more.

Azure Family Concerts: All Behaviors Welcome!

3 Performers headshots with violins

Join Seattle Chamber Music Society for a FREE, fun, and engaging concert for children and young adults on the autism spectrum or with similar disabilities, and their families or care-givers. As many with autism (or related challenges) do not attend traditional music performances due to stimming, vocalizations or physical movements, Azure concerts offer a welcoming, nonjudgmental space for families to gather and enjoy music together. This event is ‘Shush-Proof’! Look forward to an instrument petting zoo after the performance!

Date/Time: Saturday, February 4, 2023, 11:00 a.m. – 12 p.m. Location: SCMS Center for Chamber Music (601 Union Street, Suite 220, Seattle, WA 98101)

Visit the Seattle Chamber Music Society site for more details and to join the waitlist. 

Free Dental, Vision, and Medical Services

Seattle/King County Clinic brings together healthcare organizations, civic agencies, non-profits, private businesses and volunteers from across the State of Washington to produce a giant free health clinic at Seattle Center. The four-day volunteer-driven clinic provides free dental, vision and medical care to anyone in the region who struggles to access and/or afford healthcare.

The next Seattle/King County Clinic will be held April 27 – 30, 2023 and will offer dental, vision and medical care. For more information visit the Patient site and the Volunteer page

From the Library

Emoji: Mrs. P standing carrying a stack of books

Greetings B.F. Day Readers! A huge thank you to everyone who fulfilled this month’s nonfiction wish list! We’ve been enjoying some truly beautiful new books.

There are over 40 4th and 5th graders participating in this year’s Global Reading Challenge! We will be meeting every Tuesday at lunch to discuss the 8 books until B.F. Day’s final competition on February 14. We are in need of some extra adults to help quiz teams for practice. Please check out the Signup Genius below and see if there’s a day you can stop by! Don’t worry, questions will be provided for you. Sign Up to help with the Global Reading Launch.

Science Fair Date Change

We are moving our Science Fair from February to Thursday, April 6! This will give our teachers time to better prepare students in creating the highest quality projects and presentations. Details from the committee will be coming soon! 

Math Night

Our Math Night Committee is busy preparing for the upcoming Math Night on Thursday, March 16. This will be a remote event, with a STEM theme. Our annual Pi Memorization Contest will take place on Pi Day, March 14 (3.14). Winners from the K- 2 and 3-5 entrants will be announced at the Math Night.

Parents with careers using math in interesting ways are invited to join in the presentation, so that our BF Day community can learn about all the different ways math can apply in our lives. The Math Night Committee will be reaching out shortly.

Playground Gates

Please note that the playground gates are locked between 8:05 and 8:10 daily. This includes the gate leading to the steps to Fremont Ave N. We do this to secure the area for the pre-school program that uses the playground at 8:15 a.m. We apologize for any inconvenience!

Enrichment Classes

After-School Enrichment Classes start next week! All classes except Cooking will begin next week. Cooking will begin on January 19th. Any questions, please email enrichment@bfdayptsa.org

Cafeteria Expectations

We are reviewing student expectations when in the cafeteria. Mr. Jaskot will be present during all lunches to ensure we have as safe and pleasant a lunch experience for students, as possible. 

As an FYI, here are a few of the areas of focus for next week:

  • Staying seated while eating
  • One trip to the refuse/recycle bins
  • Using a Level 1-2 voice
  • Sitting with a maximum of 3 students per bench Memorize your PIN

New Staff Room at B.F. Day

Big shout out to our amazing parent volunteers!

Staff at tables in lounge
New & Improved!

Over winter break, we had some amazing parent volunteers help us to revamp our old, outdated staff lounge! We transformed an underutilized space into a new gathering place for teachers and staff. 

Big shoutout to the B.F. Day PTSA, and the dedicated parent volunteers that pioneered the vision. 

Extra thanks to Michaela Dupkanic, Saul Rico, and Katie Lawson! Check out Michaela’s work, “My NW Nest,” on social media!

First Trimester Progress Reports

The end of the first trimester was Monday, December 12. Elementary progress reports will be available for families to view on the Source by January 10. We will print progress reports if there are individual parent requests. If you are seeking a paper copy of your child’s progress report, please email the front office: smhaas@seattleschools.orgecdibble@seattleschools.org.

Here is a helpful link for families navigating the Source: Information for families about the Source

From Nurse Annette

Need School-Required Vaccines? Most vaccines offered at the Free Vaccine Clinics this Weekend!

Nathan Hale HS at 10750 30 Ave NE, Seattle WA 98125 Date: Sat Jan 7, 2023 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Medical Provider: Kaiser Permanente. Vaccines Offered: Tdap/Td/Dtap, IPV, MMR, Var, Hep B, Hep A, MCV, HPV, flu, Covid Pfizer Bivalent Booster 5-11, 12+ Clinic open to all SPS students (ages 5-19) regardless of immigration status. Students must be accompanied by family member. Please bring immunization records with you

Enroll at Seattle Public Schools for 2023-24

Will your child be 5 by August 31? Is your family new to Seattle? Then it’s time to enroll for school!

By registering early, students gain access to important resources and the opportunity to apply for schools other than their assigned attendance school during Open Enrollment Feb. 1 – 28.

Registration opened January 3

New Student Registration begins Jan. 3 for the 2023-24 school year. All registration is completed online.

Register New Students

Items you will need to register new students

  • Parent or guardian photo ID
  • Child’s passport or birth certificate
  • Two (2) proofs of home address dated within past eight (8) weeks
  • Child’s immunization (shots) record

Open Enrollment and School Choice

By registering early, families and students have access to lots of benefits. One benefit is families can participate in Open Enrollment and the School Choice Process. Each student in Seattle Public Schools is assigned to a school based on where that student lives. Students may apply to attend a different school through the School Choice Process. Open Enrollment and School Choice begins on February 1. Read more about Open Enrollment and School Choice.

Ultimate Frisbee

It’s time for Spring season Ultimate Frisbee sign ups! B.F. Day will have two Ultimate Frisbee teams playing in the Disc Northwest Elementary School Spring League. Most likely one team will be 3rd graders, and one team 4th and 5th graders. Teams will be mixed gender. Practices will begin in February and will likely be on Fridays at the Upper Upper field directly after school. 

Games will be on Saturdays in March, April, and some of May at various locations in Seattle; a final tournament will be May 20.  To sign up, please fill out the Online Form in the emailed January 6 Dayette. Sign up closes: January 14 at 5 p.m. Please let me know if you have any questions – lorianaberman@gmail.com

Replacement Principal

Just a reminder, Stan Jaskot is back at BF Day until Spring Break. His email address is scjaskot@seattleschools.org

Note from Mr. Taylor

A special thank you for all your generosity with holiday gift cards and presents. We received over 70 presents and almost $700! The generosity from the BF Day Community is truly appreciated. This is a clear example of our family school supporting each other and we are so grateful.

From Mrs. Papineau

Happy New Year B.F. Day Readers! Presenting our January Nonfiction Wishlist….Dewey 500-600

Thanks to all the families who have so generously gifted books to our library this year. The month of January is devoted to the 500’s. What lives here?

Books on… 

  • Astronomy 
  • Earth Science 
  • Plants
  • The Animal Kingdom

B.F. Day Readers love this part of the library! Our wish list includes mostly newly- published books featured on many recent top children’s “must-have” nonfiction lists. Take a peek!

Parent Book Club

Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow book cover by Gabrielle Zevin

Parents…join us for the next B.F. Day parent/teacher book club! We had a great first meeting and can’t wait for more readers to join! 

We’re meeting February 2nd, 7:00 p.m. at Retreat (near Greenlake) 6900 E. Greenlake Way. 

We’re reading: Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin


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