From time to time, our normal operating hours or transportation services may be adjusted due to ice or snow.
If inclement weather makes a schedule change necessary, the decision will be communicated through the following methods: phone calls, email messages, social media, and local news channels.
Due to today’s closure of all lanes along I-5 near I-90, Seattle Public Schools is dispatching buses to schools earlier than normal this afternoon. Right now we are monitoring traffic congestion throughout the city. Please read more for schools and programs that may be affected.
Seattle Public Schools is in the process of changing the way we track vaccination records and will begin using an online immunization system called School Module.
This system, created by the Washington State Department of Health allows us to view your child’s immunization record quickly and determine if your child has all the required vaccines needed for school.
Applications are being accepted through March 3 for our High School Boundary Task Force, whose purpose is to examine and prepare a set of recommendations regarding Seattle Public Schools high school capacity management and boundary issues.
Magnolia Elementary School is scheduled to open as an attendance area elementary school in Fall 2018 to help relieve capacity challenges and accommodate future growth in Queen Anne and Magnolia. Please join SPS Enrollment Planning and the principals of Catherine Blaine, Coe, and Lawton at the upcoming community meeting to learn more about boundary changes and share feedback with district staff.
Eliminating opportunity gaps is the issue of our time. Under the leadership of Superintendent Nyland, the entire school district is focused on developing strategies to ensure each student is known, challenged, and supported. Substitute teachers are taking up this challenge with culturally responsive teaching.
Read the district e-newsletter SchoolBeat