Federal Way high schools to host Planning Nights in February

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Federal Way Public Schools
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The four comprehensive high schools in Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) are set to host High School Planning Nights at the end of this month and throughout the month of February.

The program is geared towards eighth grade students and their parents, to help them “learn abut programs and opportunities available around the district, and how to transfer into a high school other than the neighborhood school to take advantage of specific programs.”

All of the events are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m., with the exception of Thomas Jefferson High School, which will begin its night at 5:30 p.m. The dates (and the middle schools that feed into the given high school) are as follows:

• Decatur: Feb. 10 (Lakota and Saghalie Middle Schools)

• Federal Way: Feb. 4 (Lakota, Sacajawea, Totem, Nautilus K-8 and Woodmont K-8)

• Todd Beamer: Feb 12 (Illahee, Sequyoah)

• Thomas Jefferson: Jan. 29 (Kilo, Totem).

FWPS notes that parents wanting more information are encouraged to contact their child’s middle school office.


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