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    The School & Community Partnership department is charged with keeping a current database ofcommunity partnerships in our schools so we can ensure partners, schools, and the District have the information and support they need to be successful. The database, called the Community Partner Platform, will be updated annually, and real time edits are always welcome - send updates to us at communitypartnerships@seattleschools.org 

    View the Community Partner Platform here

    How to use the Community Partner Platform:

    School staff can answer:
    •Where can I find a particular type of partner to fill a gap at my school/program, e.g. someone offering mental health services?
    •Which schools partner with a specific organization I have heard of but want more information?
    •Who does my neighboring school partner with?

    Community based organizations can answer:
    •Which region of Seattle has the most/least school based and/or community based partnerships?
    •Which partners are already in a SPS school/s?
    •Which schools don’t have many school based partnerships and may be looking for partners?

    Families can answer:
    •Which partners are currently involved with my neighborhood school?
    •Which schools in a particular region offer school based child care?

    If you are a community partner that would like to be added to the list or school staff that would like to make additions/changes, please email communitypartnerships@seattleschools.org.

    For a state-wide list of youth programs, please refer to the Elevate Washington Program Directory