october newsletter


October notes: 

  1. Jump Rope for Fun and Fitness – Kindergarteners are welcome to join this class.
  2. If a class indicated that there is a lottery process, you can still register. You will need to click on the “Show 1 session button” for the class you want. Then you will need to click “Enter Lottery” button. This will enter your child’s name into the lottery. If selected, you will receive an email after registration closes on Oct. 8th if your child is selected. Once you receive the email, you will be prompted to go back in to pay if there is a fee. Payment is not expected until your child has been selected.
  3. Fifth Grade Camp: Islandwood fees are due by 10/11. Students will attend camp 10/21 thru 10/24. 




School Conferences

Elementary conferences will be held on November 21-27. Sartori will be on Half-Day schedule. School will start at the regular time every day. There will be NO late start Friday on November 22. 

  • Thursday November 21 - 8:55 - Noon
  • Friday November 22 - 8:55 - Noon
  • Monday November 25 - 8:55 - Noon
  • Tuesday November 26 - 8:55 - Noon
  • Wednesday November 27 - 8:55 - Noon 

Sartori Elementary featured in tech magazine GeekWire

October 31, 2018—Sartori Elementary School’s focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) has drawn the attention of the onlineGeekWire logo  Technology and Business magazine GeekWire. GeekWire reporter Taylor Soper visited the school this week and reported on its focus and commitment to providing students with a high-quality education rooted in STEM.


GeekWire is a technology news website that covers startups and established technology companies. The site launched in March 2011 and is based in Seattle. 


Read the Sartori Elementary School story.



Sartori STEM Integration Plan

STEM is not a curriculum, set of standards, or materials. STEM is the intentional integration of content with critical thinking and problem solving skills. We will be using a STEM focused approach to instruction in order to prepare our students to be contributing citizens in our community.