Aligned Community Partners in School
The Community Alignment Initiative is a framework that guides how schools and school-based before and after school licensed child care programs, community learning centers, and school-based health centers work collectively to support the academic pursuits, social and emotional development, and overall well-being of students.
Alignment is when schools and school-based programs form an intentional partnership that is mutually supportive, and centers students and families. The activities resulting from that partnership should reflect, holistically, the developmental needs of youth. Effective Alignment happens in an equity-rich environment where programs are active partners with the school, families, and community resources.
Use of school space for aligned programs is contingent on the providers submitting an annual Alignment Partnership Packet on time for review. If approved, the provider is granted program space in the school for reduced rent or rent-free for another year subject to the terms and conditions of their lease or school use permit.
Community Learning Centers
Community Learning Centers (CLC) are Out-of-School Time (OST) programs coordinated by Seattle Parks and Recreation staff professionals, based out of Seattle Public School sites and offered during after school, lunchtime, school breaks (Mid-Winter, Spring) and Summer. OST programs encompass a variety of academic, enrichment, recreational, culturally specific and family engagement events and activities, developed in collaboration with school staff, school-based partners, and other community based organizations catering to the unique dynamics and needs of each schools’ community. CLC’s are funded through the Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise (Families Education Preschool and Promise Levy) Levy along with grants from Best Start for Kids (King County) and Youth Development Executives of King County (YDEKC). More information at Seattle Parks & Recreation.
|Aki Kurose||Parks & Rec. Community Learning Center|
|Denny||Parks & Rec. Community Learning Center|
|McClure||Parks & Rec. Community Learning Center|
|Mercer||Parks & Rec. Community Learning Center|
|Northgate||Parks & Rec. Community Learning Center|
|Washington||Parks & Rec. Community Learning Center|
Each childcare provider manages their own enrollment. Please contact them directly to learn if there are openings for childcare and to register your child.
School Based Health Centers
Students have access to additional health services through the school-based health center located their school or a nearby school.
Services are available to all students, regardless of their ability to pay. Your insurance may be billed and this program is also supported by the Seattle Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise Plan.
Services include immunizations, sports physicals, prescriptions, reproductive healthcare, mental health counseling, lab tests, and nutrition counseling.
|Aki Kurose||Kaiser Permanente|
|Bailey Gatzert||Neighborcare Health|
|Ballard||Swedish Medical Center|
|Beacon Hill||Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic|
|Chief Sealth||Neighborcare Health|
|Cleveland||Public Health – Seattle & King County|
|Dearborn Park||Neighborcare Health|
|Denny||Public Health – Seattle & King County|
|Garfield||Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic|
|Hamilton||Neighborcare Health (mental health only)|
|Highland Park||Neighborcare Health|
|Ingraham||Public Health – Seattle & King County|
|Lowell||Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic|
|Meany||Country Doctor Community Health Clinic|
|Nathan Hale||Kaiser Permanente|
|Nova||Country Doctor Community Health Clinic|
|Rainier Beach||Public Health – Seattle & King County|
|Rising Star||Neighborcare Health|
|Robert Eagle Staff||Neighborcare Health|
|Seattle World School||International Community Health Services|
|Sugiyama @ South Lake||Public Health – Seattle & King County|
|West Seattle Elementary||Neighborcare Health|
|West Seattle High School||NeighborCare Health|