5:00 PM - 6:30 PM HIV/AIDS Curriculum Presentation for parents of 5th-12th grade students
5:30 PM School Board Meeting
HIV/AIDS curriculum presentation – BISD invites parents of grades 5-12 to a presentation of the district’s HIV/AIDS curriculum and a preview of the instructional materials used. The presentation is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 21, 5-6:30 p.m. in the district Board Room. As stipulated in the Washington State RCW #28A.230.070, attendance at this meeting is mandatory if a parent/guardian is considering having his or her child excused from the classroom lesson. Questions? Call Judy Kornbau at (206) 780-1071.
Transportation seeks substitute school bus drivers – Make a difference in the life of a child! Become a trained and licensed school bus driver and earn extra money in your spare time. This position is right for you if you enjoy being around young people, have a clean driving record, and are self-employed, retired or stay at home. Pick your two-hour shift: mornings, afternoons, every other day; just about any configuration is possible. You can also choose a mid-day shift. Summers are off, and you’ll get the same vacation days as children. You’ll earn $16.02 per hour. We’ll pay for your Department of Transportation physical and up to 40 hours of training for your commercial driver’s license. Interested? Contact Rebecca Sonsalla at (206) 780-1856; she’ll walk you through the application process and make it easy!
Attention College Graduates — Do you want a flexible work schedule with no weekend hours? Do you enjoy working with children and have skills that would serve well in classroom management? If you have a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree and fit the above description, being an emergency substitute teacher may be the job for you. We are also seeking qualified state-certificated substitute teachers for daily and long-term assignments. We would love to have you join our team! Apply for a Washington State Emergency Substitute Certification. Separately, you'll need to apply for the job under Current Job Openings. Questions? Call (206) 842-4714.
In an ongoing effort to ensure all fans who attend school-sponsored events are safe while having fun, Bainbridge High School and district administrators have reviewed and updated game-management protocols.