Support our Schools
Families and community members play a vital role in creating an effective educational experience for our students. Learn about the different ways you can support our schools.
We are committed to offering many ways for families and community members to be involved in the education of Seattle’s children. Visit our School Directory for contact information. Learn how to get started as a volunteer at one of our schools or lend a hand at the District level.
|Getting started as a Volunteer||Volunteer Opportunities||Volunteer Application|
|School Family Partnerships Advisory
Committee to the Superintendent
|Serve on a site-based hiring team
and help your school interview
Community Alignment Partnership Program
Seattle Public Schools partners with before- and after-school care providers, pre-schools and summer programs to create learning support services that align and integrate with school learning standards.
|Community Alignment Partnership Program||Community Alignment Partnership Renewal Materials||Before and After School Care Providers|
For information about how to contribute financially or donate classroom materials to a school, please contact the school directly. The District accepts technology donations and we welcome contributions to the Seattle Schools Scholarship Fund and our partner, the Alliance for Education.
The Alliance for Education is an independent, non-profit organization that brings together parents, teachers, and members of the community who are dedicated to identifying academic issues and supporting new learning programs for children in Seattle Public Schools.
|Donate to a School||Seattle Scholarship Fund||Alliance for Education|
|Donate Technology Equipment|
We actively pursue opportunities to partner with local organizations and work together in ways that best serve our students. To learn more about current partnerships and ways that your organization can work with Seattle Public Schools, contact Courtney Cameron, Manager School & Community Partnerships, (206) 252-0513.
Access to Student Information and FERPA Regulations (for agencies and organizations)
Many of our schools have Parent Teacher Student Associations or Parent Teacher Organizations that offer numberous opportunities for the community to support our schools. To learn more, check with your school. Information about city and state-wide PTSA is available below.
|Seattle Council PTSA||Washington State PTSA|