Here is important information regarding the information shared last night regarding a rumored threat at Chief Moses Middle School. In our partnership with the Moses Lake Police Department, we have been able to investigate this threat. A viral social media post was used to spread the rumor. However, through this investigation, we find the information not to be credible. It appears that this was a classic example of the danger of rumors spread through social media. Additionally, all students involved have been contacted and disciplined as appropriate. We always take threats to student safety seriously. School operations will continue as normal at Chief Moses Middle School and Camp 5. Should you have additional information please share it with a school official.
Thank you for your generosity, Garden Heights! Together we brought in over 2,500 food items!
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Mayumi Tsutakawa was at Garden Heights as part of a Humanities Washington lecture series to talk about the history of Japanese Americans in Washington.
Facts & Numbers
- 0.9% Unexcused absence rate
- 15 Number of schools in our district
- 8,419 May 2016 Student Count
- 85% 2015 percentage of graduates enrolled in postsecondary education
- 437 Number of classroom teachers