PM Recess Activities at Renton Park
Renton Park Students sang patriotic songs to Veterans

Renton Park students sang patriotic songs to Veterans and families in the community!

Families enjoying spaghetti dinner to support 5th Grade Camp
Families enjoyed a spaghetti dinner to help 5th graders going to camp

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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Meal Services Information

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020, meals will be available for any child, ages 1-18, in the front lot of each Renton School from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. daily during the school week. We are committed to providing access to meals to help ensure that all students’ nutritional needs are met during the closure.

Meals are “grab and go” - Students will not stay on-site to eat; meals are intended to be taken off campus and can be picked up through car windows.

Additionally, meals will be available at the following locations daily from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. daily:

Green Tree/Park Hill, 6900 S 125th St, Seattle

 Creston Point, 13445  Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Seattle

Royal Hills, 3000 Royal Hills Dr SE, Renton

Stonebrook, 12210 SE Petrovitsky Rd, Renton

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Habit #5

Seek First To Understand - Then To Be Understood

Listen before you speak

  • I listen to others without interrupting.
  • I raise my hand when I want to speak and I wait to be called on.
  • I don't blurt out.
  • I try to understand other people's views and feelings, even if they are different from my own.

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