ASB / PTSA Winter Clothing Drive
Through November 30th

Your ASB and PTSA are partnering together for the Winter Clothing Drive to benefit the Issaquah Community. 

Please bring NEW winter coats, raincoats, hats, gloves, mittens, and sweatshirts to homeroom now through Wed, Nov 30.  

The Top 3 homerooms that collect the most points will win a prize.  

NEW items only please.  NO graphics or company logos.  IMS Panther gear and Seattle sports team logos are welcome.  All sizes needed.  

Points: Coats and Sweatshirts - 50 points, Hats and gloves - 20 points

Parent Canvas Information Night
Thursday, December 8 @ 6PM | IMS Library

Still trying to figure out Canvas or have a burning question on a certain functionality? 

Join the amazing IMS teachers and tech lead on Thursday, December 8th at 6PM in the IMS library to help you learn all about Canvas.  Bring your devices to be able to log in and get important information about this amazing system.  


Renew or sign-up for the 2022-2023 school year TODAY! 

Nov 27
Dec 1
12:00p Most Valuable Panther Celebration
Most Valuable Panther Celebration

Wednesday, November 30
12:00p - 1:30p
6:00p PTSA Board Meeting (In-Person)
PTSA Board Meeting (In-Person)

Wednesday, December 7
6:00p - 7:00p
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ParentWiser: Smart But Scattered: Executive Function

Is your student disorganized, forgetful, and easily distracted? Do they have trouble starting tasks, keeping track of papers, or handing in their homework?  Dr. Peg Dawson will help you better understand executive skills within the context of brain development, and how they impact school performance and daily living.

December 9th, noon
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IM PTSA is winner of a National PTA grant!

The Issaquah Middle PTSA is one of PTAs in the nation that was an awarded a grant for the The Smart Talk program which helps students and parents learn more about digital safety.  More details to come, but we are thrilled to be on of the PTSAs to be selected!  Thank you National PTA! 

National Alliance Mental Illness (NAMI) Resources

One in Six Youth Aged 6 - 17 experience a Mental Health Condition.  NAMI provided a 1 hr presentation on November 1 for all IMS parents and caregivers.  The presentation covered: compassion, mental health stigma, signs and symptoms, how to access mental health resources  at school and in the community, activities for coping strategies, creating a support group, and how to become a NAMI youth ambassador.  Click here to view the presentation.

On November 7, the IMS Students had a student assembly presented by NAMI to include information about mental illness warning signs, facts and statistics, and how to find help for themselves or their peers. Click here to view the presentation

To learn more about NAMI go to

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2022 - 2023 Reflections
Thank you to our IMS student artists who submitted entries for the National PTA Reflections Program 2022-2023.  Show Your Voice!

National PTA has a long-standing commitment to arts education. The Reflections program provides opportunities for recognition and access to the arts which boost student confidence and success in the arts and in life.

This year IM PTSA has advanced these artists to the Issaquah School District PTSA Council Reflections Program:

  • Literature: Allison Choi, Derek Byun
  • Visual Arts: Carson Moore
  • Photography: Carter Fortune

The ISD PTSA Council Reflections chairperson will be contacting those artists who are selected to advance to WSPTA Reflections in mid-December. If you have any questions about this program or your student's work of art please contact me.

Please plan to join all our ISD artists in a reception at Issaquah High School on January 20th, 2023 honoring the arts and all of our student artists. An invitation will be sent to each student participating in Reflections this year.  Everyone is welcome to come enjoy an evening celebrating ART!

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