Who to Contact Across the District

Key Contacts at Seattle Public Schools

We strive to provide excellent customer service. If this information does not help connect you with the correct resource, or if after contacting the department or staff person, you need further assistance, please contact the SPS Service Center at 206-252-0000.

Contacts at School

Teachers

  • Questions or concerns about grades or homework
  • Bullying in the classroom
  • Classroom happenings and incidents

Principals

  • When you can't talk to a teacher
  • School report and curriculum questions
  • Parking lot drop-off questions
  • Playground questions
  • Bullying
  • Information on getting free school supplies

Activities or Athletic Director

  • Student club questions, including sponsorship or coaching
  • Student eligibility for extracurricular activities

Visit our school directory page to find the link to each school website in the Seattle Public Schools.


Contacts at the District Office

Advanced Learning

  • Advanced Learning Opportunities
  • Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate

Communications and Public Affairs

  • Press and media requests
  • District calendars

Data Requests

  • School performance data
  • Student records
  • Research requests

English Language Learners

  • ELL (English Language Learner) and Bilingual Orientation Centers
  • Bilingual community partnerships
  • Interpretation and Translation

Health Services

  • Certificate of Immunization and Certificate of Exemption
  • Health Information Packet for students with health conditions
  • Home/Hospital Instruction

Human Resources

  • Job Applications
  • Payroll Questions
  • Health Insurance and other benefits

Facilities and Maintenance

  • Custodial Services
  • Construction Management
  • Integrated Pest management
  • Building Rentals
  • Publishing Services
  • Environmental Services

Transportation Services

  • Late or missed bus
  • Request a bus stop change
  • Request bus service to an alternate address (such as before or after-school daycare)
  • Bus service information

Neighbor to Neighbor

  • Intentional and strategic family and community engagement to help the district and families work together as equal partners in the education of our children.
  • The 2015-16 discussions will focus on the African - American Male Scholars Initiative.‚Äč

Nutrition Services

  • Lunch menus
  • Free and reduced-price lunches
  • Ingredients lists

Safety and Security

  • Non-emergency safety concerns and questions
  • Emergency Preparedness Information
  • In an emergency, call 911

Service Center

  • Enrollment questions
  • Change your address
  • Wait list questions
  • Bilingual Family Center

Special Education

  • IEP (Individualized Education Plan) questions
  • Learning disabilities
  • Physical disabilities or health impaired
  • Autism
  • Developmentally Delayed
  • Emotionally/Behaviorally Disabled

Student Records

  • Transcript Requests
  • Replacement Diplomas
  • Graduation Verification

Technology Services

  • IT TechLine
  • Certificated Technology Services
  • Questions about our website

Web or Technology Accessibility FAQ

  • If your disability makes you unable to access content or software with the current design or accommodations you should contact Seattle Public Schools.
  • Students and parents should contact teachers or their IEP team.
  • Parents should contact the Seattle Public Schools Accessibility Coordinator at accessibility@seattleschools.org.

Contact our Webmaster

  • Issues with our website
  • Questions about our website
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