Fourth and fifth grade families are invited to learn about the Elementary Science Olympiad.
The Eastside Native American Education Program (ENAEP) is hosting a series of virtual events to celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November. Admission is free.
Our school district is committed to connecting families with resources during times of need. Northshore Schools Foundation, along with other community partners, offer assistance with food, school supplies, clothing, books, and other resources. At Frank Love, we have our own food pantry that distributes food weekly to families in need. Please fill out the form below if you would like to receive an email when community resources are available.
To request a food delivery from our Frank Love Food Pantry, please fill out this form
If you are interested in donating to the pantry, contact Shannon Naugle at email@example.com.
Annually the District provides parents/guardians with notification of forms that must be acknowledged. These forms have moved online this year.
The state has partnered with Ziply Fiber and Comcast/Xfinity to create Washington’s K–12 Internet Access Program, which gives eligible families free internet access so your student can connect to online learning from home.
Accessing the food pantry:
Please complete this form or email Shannon Naugle at firstname.lastname@example.org if your family would benefit from access to our school food pantry items. Porch drop offs to families will typically occur on Wednesdays moving forward unless organized directly with the food pantry staff.
Contributing to the food pantry:
We are in regular need of food and toiletry items for the food pantry, particularly during this time. If you would like to support our community in this way and provide items for donation please reach out to our PTA lead, Claudine Miller at email@example.com. As the school campus continues to be closed we will be utilizing an alternate site to collect and distribute items for the time being. Items that are shelf-stable, easy preparation for family-size meals, and/or canned soups, fruits, vegetables, and proteins are ideal.
Asynchronous learning during power or internet outages is expected; attendance will be determined based on student or family evidence of participation in asynchronous activities.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, our community has come together to provide assistance to families in need.
While Northshore is currently providing free meals, this support is made possible by temporary USDA funding. If this funding changes, the District may be required to charge families based on their current eligibility for meals.