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Family Liaisons Assisting

Family Liaisons assisting in distributing Treehouse kids and additional resources to families.

Resource Pop-Up Fair

Mrs. Washington, Renton Park's Principal is greeting every family as they drive up to the Resource Pop-Up Fair area.

Resource Pop-Up Fair

Renton Park staff also distributed Treehouse Kits to every family and additional resources like backbacks, shoes, toothbrushes and toothpaste were also distributed as needed.  

Giving Parents Materials

As parents drove up to north side of Renton Park, they were given their student's materials they'll use for remote learning.

Paras preparing for material distribution

Renton Park paraeducators preparing bags of materials to give to parents as they drive up to pick up their student's materials.

Preparing for Material Distributions

Renton Park Teachers prepared a bag of materials for each of their students and the paraeducators helped to distribute to parents during our materials distribution event Nov. 18th. 

Welcome to Renton Park Elementary School

Renton Park Vision and Foundational Beliefs

EVERY child, EVERY day, in EVERY classroom and environment is engaged in high quality learning.

  • We believe in providing data-driven, high quality instruction for every child.
  • We believe student growth occurs when students, teachers, and families work together.
  • We believe all students are capable of achieving growth towards meeting standards.
  • We believe all students need to feel safe, respected, cared for and supported in their learning environment.
  • We believe every child should have a voice, feel valued, and feel connected to their school community.
  • We believe every child should experience joy and success every day.
  • We believe every child should have opportunities to be creative in their learning. 
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School News

Upcoming ELL Night December 2nd

Wednesday, Dec. 2nd from 6:00-7:00 pm 

Join us on Zoom (

Meeting ID: 940 9639 8546

Passcode: 4bZHwU

Love to Learn

Come and learn how to help your child to:

- Handle emotions

- Do homework

- Learn English

with questions, contact

Albina Terpetska

ELL Specialist:



Weekly Update from Mrs. Washington, Principal

Hello Renton Park Families,

Below are this week’s updates:

NEW – NO SCHOOL:  Just a friendly reminder that there will be no school on the following dates for the month of November:

  • Nov. 25: Half-Day – Students dismissed from asynchronous learning at 11:45.
  • Nov. 26th and 27th: Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

 NEW – HiCap REFERRAL AND IDENTIFICATION PROCESS FOR 2020-2021:  The referral window for the RSD Highly Capable Program is now open!

  • Who can refer a student to the Highly Capable Program?

A family member, teacher, or community member

  • Where can I find the referral form?

On the RSD Highly Capable website under Highly Capable Identification Process

  • How long is the referral window open?

November 1st 2020 – March 19th 2021

Please see the Highly Capable Identification Process website for further information regarding the timeline and assessment data used for the 2020-2021 referral and identification process. Email questions to

 NEW – NOVEMBER VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY:  CLICK_HERE to access and watch today’s virtual assembly.

NEW – ROADRUNNER REPORT:  CLICK_HERE to access and watch the latest Roadrunner Report.

REMINDER – SAVE THE DATE – ELL NIGHT:  Our ELL Teacher Albina Terpetska will be hosting an ELL Night for our Language Enriched Students’ parents on Wednesday, Dec. 2nd 6:00 – 7:30. This night will cover the following topics like supporting students and their emotions and homework help.

REMINDER – LUNCH BUNCH: Lunch Bunch is on pause for the next two weeks due to conferences and Thanksgiving Holiday. It will resume the week of Nov. 30th.

REMINDER – ELEMENTARY CONFERENCES: Below is the schedule during Elementary Parent-Teacher Conferences. Look for information from your child’s teacher regarding how to sign up.

Elementary School Schedule Thursday, November 19 - Tuesday, November 25

Thursday, Nov 19 – Tuesday, Nov 25 

Student Half Days 


Group A 

Live Instruction

Group B 

Independent Work Time/specialists


Group A 

Independent Work Time/specialists

Group B 

Live Instruction

PTA News:

    • Support literacy with the gift of books! Funds raised from the online bookfair come right back to Renton Park as new books for our school library and Scholastic News for classrooms.
    • CLICK_HERE to access the website and begin shopping!
  • JOIN PTA: CLICK_HERE to join our PTA! The Renton Park PTA is a valuable part of our community by supporting students, families and teachers in a variety of ways. We would LOVE for you to consider joining us!

Keeping you in the loop,


Title I Information

Please read below to learn about supports available to Renton Park Elementary as a Title I school:

What is Title I: Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides financial assistance to states and school districts to meet the needs of educationally at-risk students. The goal of Title I is to provide extra instructional services and activities which support students identified as failing or most at risk of failing the state’s challenging performance standards in mathematics, reading, and writing.

District Parent Involvement Policy

The Renton School District values parental involvement in students’ education and has a Parent Involvement Policy (No. 4130) to support this value. The Categorical Programs Department holds annual parent advisory meetings for Title I, LAP, and ELL parents to gather feedback and implementation suggestions on the district’s parent involvement policy, procedures and programs. The District’s policy is available on the district website and at the front desk in each school. School parent involvement plans are made available to parents at conference time and through school newsletters.

Instruction by Highly Qualified Staff

In compliance with the requirements of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) we would like to inform you that you may request information about the professional qualifications of your student’s teacher(s) or instructional paraprofessional(s).

As a Title I school, all Paraeducators at Renton Park meet the Highly Qualified Teacher requirements.

Citizens Complaint Process

When a District receives Federal Title I funds it allows us the opportunity to provide supplemental support programs for Title I eligible students. As a recipient of these funds we are required to inform you that if you have a complaint about the services offered under Title I and have not been able to resolve them through the  District process, you may file a citizen complaint to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

A citizen complaint is a written statement that alleges a violation of a federal rule, law or state regulation that applies to a federal program.

· Anyone can file a citizen complaint

· There is no special form

· There is no need to know the law that governs a federal program to file a complaint

Technology Help

Help for accessing digital resources as well as logging into the Chromebook.

For help accessing digital resources, head to the District Technology page.

Refer to the below information for help figuring out your Chromebook log in:


  • User ID Format: {FirstName3Chars}.{LastName3Chars}{3digits}
  • Example:


  • Grade K-5: {Lunch Number}
  • Example: 123456

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