Young Entrepreneur Expo is May 6
The fourth annual YEE! Young Entrepreneur Expo for the Olympia School District will take place on Saturday, May 6 at the Avanti High School Gymnasium from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Vendors are wanted!
Vendors must be youth created, youth owned business or services in grades 1-12. From on the spot art and face painting, to upcycled goods, delicious foods, bath and body products, babysitting services, poetry, zines, a junior detective agency, bike repair, scavenger hunts in a bag-- the possibilities are endless. And one thing we do know for sure is so is the creativity of our young entrepreneurs!
Register today as a vendor or performer (no fees for performers) and get ready for May 6!
Check out the event Facebook page for more details!
AVANTI INFORMATION NIGHT - April 27th (6:30p-7:30p)
Students and families interested in learning more about the Avanti High School program are invited to a presentation by Avanti staff and students. Get important information about the program, including how to apply for fall enrollment.
Avanti joins the Coalition of Essential Schools
Avanti High School has affiliated with the Coalition of Essential Schools network of small schools. Avanti embrace's the CES "Common Principles" and shares a educational vision that promotes student's "intellectual, emotional, and social habits and skills to become powerful and informed citizens who contribute actively toward a democratic and equitable society." The school has been in alignment with the CES for many years, but, officially joins the educational network of small schools in 2016-2017.
A record seven Olympia schools win state’s highest honor
A record number of Olympia School District schools have earned the state’s highest honor for academic success — the annual Washington Achievement Award — for the 2016 academic school year.
Avanti Spring Testing
Do you have questions about the State testing this spring? Take a look at the district's FAQ.
Contact Todd Thedell if you have further questions.
Math Peer Tutors
earn Service Learning!
Friday Afternoons, 12:20-2:20pm
1-on-1 appointments with students in math you have completed.
Sign up in the Math Room or send a message to a Math teacher.
Smarter Balanced Assessments in our schools
Washington state students are tested regularly by the state to assess their progress as they move through school. Currently, some schools are administering the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBAC). SBAC measures what students have learned in English Language Arts and Math for students in grades 3-8 and 11.
Smarter Balanced Assessment Information and English Language Learners and their families can be found here.