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    All Public Records requests must be directed to the Public Records Officers. The Public Records Officers may be contacted in person at the John Stanford Center, by first class mail at the address listed below, by fax at the number listed below, or by email at

    By Mail

    Seattle Public Schools
    Mail Stop 32-151
    P.O. Box 34165
    Seattle, WA 98134-1165 

    By Fax


    By Email
    Please include detailed information about your request.

    Fees Associated with Records Requests

    As of November 2, 2017, the District has adopted the statutory Fee Schedule for public records requests and may charge as follows:

    • In-person review of documents - No cost
    • Photocopies of public records - $0.15/page
    • Electronic copies of records that exist in hard copy only - $0.10/page
    • Electronic documents - $0.05 per every four electronic files or attachments uploaded to email, cloud-based data storage service, or other means of electronic delivery
    • Transmission of public records in an electronic format - $0.10 per every 1 GB
    • Postage and media - Actual costs incurred by the District
    • Customized services - Actual costs, in addition to fees for copies specified above

    For further information on charges, please see Superintendent Procedure 4040SP.

    Additional Information

    If you are requesting lists of staff, please complete and sign the Declaration for Non-Commercial Use of List of Names Form and  submit it along with your request to our Public Records Officers.

    If you are requesting lists of students or Directory Information, please complete and sign the Directory Information Request Form and submit it along with your request to our Public Records Officers.

    Information about the Disclosure of Public Records Policy and Procedure is available in
    Disclosure of Public Records Policy
    Disclosure of Public Records Procedure

    Click here to view a list of other statute exemptions outside of RCW 42.56.

    Special Education Records (IEP/504)

    To obtain student-specific special education records please contact the Special Education Department. Please make special education records requests via phone at (206) 252-0895, fax at (206) 252-0895, or email at

    Health Records

    To obtain student-specific health records please contact the Health Services Department. Please make health records requests via phone at (206) 252-0763, (206) 252-0750, or email at

    Transcripts/Diplomas/Graduation Verification

    If you are a former student requesting your transcript, diploma, graduation verification, or academic history, please do so on the Student Records Request site located here.