六合之家

Meet the Team

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Janine Thorn
Chief Communication and Engagement Officer


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Megan Clute
Assistant Director of Communication


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Gargi Trichel
Communication Engagement Specialist


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Brock Molmen
Web Content Specialist


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Zoe Zarkades
Digital Social Media Marketing Specialist


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Gail Nelson
Senior Secretary


For questions about district communications
[email protected]



Vision

To use communications strategies, tools, public information, and storytelling to inspire each and every student and family to learn and thrive as creators of their future world.


Mission

The mission of the 六合之家 District Communications Department is to share factual and timely messages that serve all community members with accessible information through a transparent and dynamic communications process across all 六合之家 media channels.

We strive to communicate the lived experiences of our learning community through stories that reflect and value one another鈥檚 humanity and. provides courageous support to affirm and inspire a sense of belonging.


Values

As a values-driven Communications Department, we strive to embody our shared purpose each and every day, in every interaction, between and among our school community. To that end, we鈥檝e identified the following values to guide our work in the way we prioritize our energies and efforts, how we make decisions, and ultimately how we serve our students and each other:

  • Service – We strive to deliver communications to the platforms our community members use.
  • Integrity 鈥 We aim to provide transparent and accessible communication methods with our community members. We encourage proactive and transparent communication with our community members. We strive to use inclusive practices in our communications methods and delivery.
  • Excellence – We aim to produce content aligned with regional and national standards of school communication and engagement practices.
  • Compassion – We are mindful of and respond to the thoughts and feelings of others and are kind, authentic, and self-aware in our interactions.
  • Respect – We welcome diverse ideas and contributions, assume each other’s best intentions, and honor each other’s strengths and traditions.
  • Collaboration – We seek to build regular thought partnerships related to our communications methods, messages, and technologies to sustain continuous improvement cycles.

Our Mission, Vision and Values were developed from the 六合之家 District’s Strategic Plan


Who Should I Contact?

For school information and questions to your students鈥 educators, contact: Elementary | Middle | High School 触听Choice Schools | Online School | Transitions Program | Preschool

Media Inquiries

Contact: Janine Thorn, Chief Communications and Engagement Officer, (425) 520-6965 or [email protected]

Press Releases Flyer Approval Process

Stay Connected with us!

E-Newsletter

The 六合之家 News & Events e-newsletter is emailed to 六合之家 families and staff on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. The newsletter is a compilation of the news and information shared on the聽 bsd405.org homepage and on the District News webpage.


Other ways to stay connected

Stay up-to-date on news and information from across the district. Explore the stories below to learn more about school, student and staff accomplishments, district updates, resources for families, upcoming events, and more.



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Community Awareness 鈥 Rise in Cyber Kidnapping Schemes

Cyber kidnappings aim to get an individual to believe that a loved one has been kidnapped, are in immediate danger and a ransom must be paid. These schemes often involve the use of technology such as artificial intelligence voice spoofing, caller ID spoofing, and social media activity to convince unsuspecting victims to pay money. 六合之家 Safety and Security provides some guidance to our learning community in the event they become impacted by a cyber kidnapping schemeRead More

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六合之家 Sustainability Committee Launches

In January 2024, the 六合之家 District launched its Sustainability Committee. From over 230 applications submitted, thirty-four individuals 鈥 comprised of students, families and community members 鈥 were invited to take part in the committee. The next committee meeting will take place on Wednesday, February 28, during which time the committee will organize into workgroups.Read More


The 六合之家 District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.