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    Welcome Letter
    All families of enrolled CSI students will receive a WELCOME LETTER from the school in mid- to late-August. This letter will give you all the information you'll need for the start of school: dates, times, contact lists, bell schedules, etc. Look for that in your mailbox!

    Recommended supplies for CSI 9th-12th Graders.

    Sports Info: the CSI Athletic page (find the permanent link under the Student Activities tab) has all the deadlines and links to forms and schedules that you and your athlete will require. (All sports but football: athletic packets, fees, and current physical must be turned in no later than August 18th at 3pm; Football athletic packets, fees, and current physical must be turned in no later than August 15th at 3pm. 

    Would you like to volunteer? Your teenager might not be thrilled with the idea, but their teachers will be! Please contact Lori Douglas at ltdouglas@seattleschools.org 

    PTSA website
    http://chiefsealthptsa.org/
    Want to receive regular updates from the PTSA via email? It's a great and easy way to stay informed: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/sealthptsa

    Make CSI PTSA the beneficiary when you shop at Amazon.com by using this link when you shop: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=chsept-20 (Amazon donates up to 10% of your purchase price at no extra or hidden cost to you!)

    Band/Orchestra/Jazz: The music program at Chief Sealth has its own website! http://www.dennysealthmusic.org/

    Grades & Other Information about Your Student's Experience/Performance: can all be found via the 'Student Portal.' The link for that page: seattleschools.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=627&pageId=1166719 
    The Source allows parents, guardians, and students to view student schedules, assessment scores, attendance, library information, and secondary student grades. Read more about the Source​.
    Schoology is a Learning Management System (LMS) tool that teachers may use to communicate with parents, guardians, and students about day-to-day coursework, such as dates, assignments, and homework submission. Read more about Schoology.

    Absences/Tardies/Appointments: There is an entire page to help you know what to do if your student misses school for all or part of a day. You can find that page here.