Issaquah Daily received a request for help to find "Boyd"; He is a Brown and Tan Manchester Terrier. If seen please call me (208) 659-8538. Boyd is a service dog in training.    
Issaquah Daily received an invitation from Issaquah PTSA to a webinar this Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm titled: Gender Diversity in Children: Navigating the Journey. The guest speaker is Aiden Key, and you can register for the event at the bottom of this article. The topics that will be covered are: What does OSPI offer to WA schools to address gender inclusion? What areas still...
As recently reported in SlashFilm.com,  "The future of Regal Cinemas is looking pretty grim. Cineworld Group, the exhibition giant and parent company to Regal, reported a loss of a whopping $1.6 billion in the first half of 2020, with 'no certainty' as to what impact the pandemic could have on the company in the future. With a major chain like Regal on its knees, it doesn’t bode well for...
As racial tension across America has increased in 2020, Issaquah Daily has been publishing articles related to race relations in Issaquah. Earlier this week, a solicitation was published for residents of the community to share their thoughts on the topic. A concerned parent reached out wanting to share her story, and why she recently pulled her children out of the Issaquah School District. The audio interview is available immediately...
Issaquah Daily has been covering topics related to race relations in Issaquah in 2020. A collection of those articles is available below. Issaquah Daily...
The Issaquah School District is holding it's monthly board meeting on Thursday, September 23, 2020. The full agenda is available here. In light of Governor...
During these unprecedented times, a group of Skyline High School students from Sammamish, WA have joined together to address the emerging needs of our...
When the Coronavirus quarantine negatively impacted businesses throughout Issaquah, owners began finding creative ways to serve customers. Food delivery services have increased throughout the...
The following memo was distributed today from Mr. Ron Thiele, Superintendent of Issaquah Schools, recommending 100% remote learning when the 2020-2021 school year commences. _____ Dear...
As the start of the 2020-2021 school year approaches, the Issaquah School District continues to focus on safe and secure ways to reintroduce children...

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Issaquah School District Superintendent Announces 2020-2021 School Opening Plans

The following email was sent to residents in the Issaquah School District Community today, Wednesday July 16, 2020. For the past few weeks six Work...

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Issaquah School Board to Deliberate Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Case

The following note was recently published on Facebook, and being shared here as a public service. There is a gathering taking place at the...

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