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In honor of National  Poetry Month, Showalter will be hosting our first ever POETRY SLAM (including spoken word, and rap) on April 28th in the Commons.  The doors open at 6:00 PM and there will be a concession stand sponsored by ASB.

The evening will start with Open Mic for Showalter students only.  The SLAM will start at 6:30 with competitive categories for Showalter students, Foster students and staff members!

To participate in the SLAM, you must be prepared to perform an original poem, rap or spoken word piece. Auditions for the SLAM will be held on Tuesday, April, 2:45-4:00 pm in Showalter Commons.


Ms. Lewis's class had the pleasure of Hosting Katrina Freeman (Mrs. Pages cousin) who's a journeyman electrician and the president of the Sisterhood of electricians. The students learned how to wire a light as well as the opportunity of going into the trades and training as an apprentice and then on to being a journeyman. ~Jennifer Fichamba

College Fair 2016

Showalter students attended this years College fair and It was a huge success!  University of WA, Bellevue College and IBEW Local 46 were a few vendors who participated.


Day of Solidarity

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Showalter joined together as a community to stand up for each other in times of need.  From grieving, being bullied, going through traumatic experience to discrimination.  It is our civic duty to ensure liberty and justice for all.


We are a MESA School!  
In Seattle MESA (mathematics, engineering, science and achievement), our programs provide middle and high school students — as well as their teachers and parents — with innovative, hands-on opportunities in mathematics, basic and applied science, and engineering in both formal and informal settings.  With a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) focus, we successfully target underrepresented minorities and women.  We also seek to provide this support and enrichment to at-risk and economically disadvantaged youth."     http://seattlemesa.org/



2015-2016 School Supply List  


3rd Annual Expect More, BECOME MORE Conference @ UW.

Expect More




Acuerdos Entre Estudiante-Padres-Maestros Y Escuela


Student-Parent-Teacher Compact 


Fall athletic registration: Open online NOW

Great news for Foster Bulldog and Showalter Viking athletes: The registration process just became more convenient! The Athletic Department has created an online portal to allow almost all paperwork and payment to be done remotely. Simply create an account, login, and select the season and sport you want. All that is needed at the school building is $30 paid annually for an ASB membership and a current physical form completed at least every 24 months.

For families without online access, the district Athletic Department will open a school computer lab before each season for students/guardians to register. For the fall 2014 season, the Foster High School computer lab will be open Aug. 11-25 during business hours.

Ammon Washington (Interim)



InvestED - Formely the Saul and Dayee G Haas Foundation, relies upon donations from friends like you to serve 16,200 + students in need each year.  Your gift  of support makes an immediate impact in the lives of students in need.  On behalf of the students we serve, thank you once again for your support.  Schools can fundraise for their school's InvestED fund.  There is a "donate now" area where individuals, businesses and organizations can donate on-line.  For more information on InvestED or how you can make a donation, please go to www.invested.org 


Family Access - How to Access Your Student's Grades/Attendance/Discipline on the Tukwila School District Website.

SPORTS PHYISICALS -  Tukwila School District Providers Offering Reduced-Cost Sports Physicals.

TUKWILA DENTAL/DENTURES RESOURCE LIST - Accepting DSHS/Medicaid Children and/or Adults.