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Dear Families,

It has been a tremendous privilege to serve the Bay View community for the past three years. While leaving is bittersweet, the position in the Lake Chelan School District is really a dream opportunity for my family. Since I'm not a believer in saying "good-bye", I look forward to crossing paths sometime in the near future. Fortunately, as the world continues to shrink, it's easier than ever to remain connected. Though it won't be active for a few more weeks, my new work e-mail address will be hausmant@chelanschools.org. Thanks for all the support and wonderful memories, it has been a great experience to serve as your child's teacher.


Mr. Hausman


Summer Reading Ideas

This article was originally published in The Bellingham Herald:

Here comes summer! Kids are ready to get out of school. Summer reading at your library is not only a tradition, it’s fun, and reading every day will keep kids’ minds engaged and active.

“Summer is a time to emphasize the fun side of reading,” Whatcom County Library System’s children’s services coordinator Tammy LaPlante said. “This is when kids and teens get to read what they want, and personal choice is a great way to encourage excitement around reading.”


Play Day 6/11

It wouldn't be Western Washington if it didn't rain during the month of June. That said, the forecast for Play Day is not looking super sunny. Please remember fifth grade students will be spending a good chunk of time outdoors on Monday, June 11th, rain or shine. Since Play Day activities are scheduled for the morning, student may wish to bring a change of clothes for the afternoon. Play Day will conclude around 12:30 pm, if you need to pick your child up early.