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SEATech Winter Break

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SEATech Skills Center follows Walla Walla Public Schools Calendar

Winter Break begins December 23 and ends on January 3.

Classes will resume on January 6, 2020.

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SEATech Skills Center follows Walla Walla Public Schools calendar.

We do not have classes on these days:

Friday, October 4 - Teacher In-Service Day

Thursday, October 10-11 - Parent Conferences

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Fall Conferences Oct. 9 & 10

SEATech Skills Center Fall Conferences will be October 9 and 10.

Classroom Drop-In Conferences - Oct. 9 from 4-7:30 p.m.

Scheduled Conferences - Oct. 10 from 7:45 - 3:15 p.m.

Call 526-2000 to schedule a conference. We look forward to seeing you!

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Parking Closure Sept. 10-13

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As you may have noticed on your way to and from SEATech,  Walla Walla Community College has a construction project well underway.  The access road to SEATech’s parking lot will be blocked off from Tuesday, September 10, through Friday, September 13.  

SEATech will operate on normal start and dismissal times for all sessions while access to the parking lot is restricted.  

Students who drive or carpool will need to utilize Walla Walla Community College’s main parking lot to the south of SEATech Skills Center off of Campus Loop Drive.  Students can access SEATech by utilizing the stairs at the southeast corner of campus.    

Students who board the bus or get dropped off/picked up will do so south of SEATech’s parking lot on Campus Loop Drive.  Students can access SEATech by utilizing the stairs at the southeast corner of campus.    

Thank you for your patience and for following posted speed limits to ensure all students are safe. 

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Parking Closure Sept. 10-13

As you may have noticed on your way to and from SEATech,  Walla Walla Community College has a construction project well underway.  The access road to SEATech’s parking lot will be blocked off from Tuesday, September 10, through Friday, September 13.  

SEATech will operate on normal start and dismissal times for all sessions while access to the parking lot is restricted.  

Students who drive or carpool will need to utilize Walla Walla Community College’s main parking lot to the south of SEATech Skills Center off of Campus Loop Drive.  Students can access SEATech by utilizing the stairs at the southeast corner of campus.    

Students who board the bus or get dropped off/picked up will do so south of SEATech’s parking lot on Campus Loop Drive.  Students can access SEATech by utilizing the stairs at the southeast corner of campus.    

Thank you for your patience and for following posted speed limits to ensure all students are safe. 

 

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SEATech Health Science Students Volunteer

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SEATech Health Sciences students continue to shine 

SEATech Health Sciences students volunteered to work at the Christian Aid Center this week. The students made a spaghetti dinner and served over 90 for dinner. Tuesday, SEATech Health Sciences students hosted an all day competition. Students competed in activities aimed to help them be successful in the state written exam and performed skills with second year nursing students from Walla Walla Community College.

“I am so impressed with these students,” said Instructor Sandy Thomas, RN. “It is a great group of students with dedication and enthusiasm.”

 

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Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: 509-526-2000
Fax: 509-525-1023

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