The Friends of the Eatonville Library operates as a fundraising group to assist the Eatonville community. Primarily, it does so by accepting books and other donations and conducting book sales during the year. All of the funds are used to supplement the various library programs that enrich the local community.
To learn more about the group, contact Mike Eaton at 253-310-7709 or reach him in person at the library any Friday. There is no obligation. Application forms to join the organization are available at the library.
All residents can receive school district news
All Eatonville School District residents can receive regular news from Eatonville Schools, including monthly newsletters, by signing up with the school district. People can get added to the community district communications email list to receive all newsletters and district announcements. Parents with children registered in the district already receive the communications. To sign up, go to bit.ly/ESDcommunications.
Eatonville School District begins strategic planning process
Eatonville School District is beginning a strategic planning process for the purpose of defining the decisions and actions that shape and guide the future direction for the school district over the next several years. The planning process will include targeted and prioritized action steps to move the district forward. One of the most important components to making this a successful effort is community input – before the plan is developed.
Residents are invited to complete a survey, approximately 15-20 minutes, that will assist in providing the community’s thoughts on public education for the district. This information will be provided to a Strategic Planning Team as it works to develop a blueprint for progress for Eatonville Schools.
The survey will be open to all stakeholders (employees, citizens, parents, business members and secondary students) now through May 26.
Visit this link to take the survey: tinyurl.com/EatonvilleS23
Alcohol Anonymous meetings offered
Alcoholics Anonymous is available for people who have a problem with alcohol. Meetings begin at 7 p.m. Tuesdays, noon Wednesdays and 9 a.m. Saturdays at the corner of Carter and Rainier.
Alanon is available to help people struggling with a loved one’s drinking. Call 425-830-0314.
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