Mission: In partnership with the community, provide a safe and respectful learning environment for all students to realize academic, social and personal achievement; Launching Learning to Last a Lifetime.
May 8, 2013 — Twelve extraordinary Hazen High School students were recognized as Outstanding Seniors by Renton School Board members at tonight’s meeting.
May 3, 2013—Renton School Board members at their May 22 regular meeting will consider offers on two pieces of undeveloped property near Hazelwood and Tiffany Park elementary schools.
April 26, 2013—Renton School District has nominated the City of Renton's Community Services Administrator Terry Higashiyama for the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) Community Recognition Award for her passionate and enthusiastic support of local public education and connecting the community with schools.
Regional Committee for School District Organization grants transfer of territory
April 25, 2013—The Puget Sound Education Service District’s Regional Committee for School District Organization recently ruled to transfer the Densmore neighborhood portion of the Renton School District to the Bellevue School District.
The neighborhood, which includes 37 homes has a Bellevue address and is located in the northern-most end of the district. Twenty-one school-aged children live in the neighborhood with seven currently attending Renton Schools.
The timeline for the transfer has yet to be announced by the Regional Committee.
April 18, 2013—Hazen High School students Alexander Nurmi, Alisha Piazza, Emma Tuschhoff and Melissa Mayer are National Merit Scholarship finalists, a distinction that puts them in the top 1 percent of the 1.5 million high school students who take the Preliminary SAT National Merit Qualifying Test each year.
Five Renton Schools win state’s highest honor
Washington Achievement Awards are given based on test scores of many student groups, graduation rates and closing gaps
April 2, 2013 — Five schools in the Renton School District have won the state’s highest honor for excellence in mathematics, extending the graduation rate, closing the achievement gap and overall excellence.
Renton School District celebrates great work by students, teachers, staff and community members at every School Board meeting.
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Teachers at district elementary schools are using research in mathematics and children’s thinking to guide us in how we teach students to think about numbers, counting and mathematics. Click the video to see how.
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