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Revised Graphic 2022-2023 school calendar Spring Break change 5_2022

To align with surrounding school districts and to maintain past practice of having six-week gaps between winter, mid-winter, and spring breaks, Renton School District has revised our calendar for next school year to move Spring Break one week ahead.

Spring Break for the 2022-23 school year is April 10-14 (it was previously planned for the prior week). If you print school calendars for use at home or work, please remember to change that calendar with this revised version.

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All 2nd grade students in the Renton School District will take the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test, 3rd Edition (NNAT3) in January 2022. This test measures students’ nonverbal reasoning skills and is part of our universal screening process for the Highly Capable Program.

The assessment is administered to students by their teacher during class time and takes approximately 30 minutes to complete using a district device.

As a district, we use the NNAT3 as one measure to help identify students that would benefit from Highly Capable services. No one assessment score guarantees a student will or will not be identified. You can learn more about Highly Capable identification and service models.

Families will be notified in April 2022 as to whether their student did or did not qualify for Highly Capable services in the Renton School District, after the identification process is complete.

Please contact our Highly Capable Coordinator, Andre Zerr, for further information about the Highly Capable identification process and service models.

  • HiCap
  • Highly Capable
  • NNAT3
  • Testing
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Registration for new kindergarten students began in January 2021. Parents of eligible students can visit their neighborhood school to pick-up a registration packet. A child must be five years old by August 31, 2021 to be eligible for kindergarten enrollment.

Parents can fill out the necessary paperwork and register their child now. Tours of schools and meetings with teachers will be conducted in mid-April during the “Ready for Kindergarten” events being held at each school where staff will share expectations for students as they enter kindergarten and provide families with some fun activities to help ensure that your child is prepared.

We offer free full‐day Kindergarten programs in all our elementary schools. Kindergartners attend school on the same schedule as students in grades 1-5:

  • Core curriculum of reading; writing; mathematics; science; social studies; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); and additional experiences in art, music, PE
  • Transportation is provided to students on an established bus route

Click here to find out more and register now for kindergarten spots in the 2021-2022 school year!