September 2, 2022
Dear Raider families,
We are off to a great start here at Lake Roosevelt. We had just over 700 Raiders attend the first three days of school.We’ll have an official count next week.
I would like to thank everyone for your support dealing with the implementation of the no cell phone policy. Although it will be a rocky road for a short time, the overall outcome will be a big benefit for the school and most importantly for the students. It will take both parents and staff working together to make this policy change a success.
NOTE: We need to make a date change on the master calendar. Currently, Native American Day is slated for September 30th, which is the last Friday of the month. It should be September 23rd, which is the 4th Friday of the month. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes, but this oversight needs to be corrected!
There will be no school on Sept 23rd. There will be school on Sept 30th.
Fall sports have started. Check out the sports calendar on the website for game times.
There will be a parent/community meeting next Thursday September 8th at 6:00 in the high school HUB. This meeting will address two main subjects: levy and facilities. Please plan to attend.
I hope everyone takes some time this Labor Day weekend for one last family outing for the summer.
B Paul Turner, Superintendent
Grand Coulee Dam School District
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