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Budget Shortfall for 2021-22 and Beyond

Budget Shortfall for 2021-22 and Beyond Next school year, Seattle Public Schools will have a $69.8 million budget shortfall. While next year’s budget reductions will be challenging, more significant shortfalls are projected beginning in 2022-23. Without an increase of revenue, public education services and supports will be reduced. SPS has…

Wing Luke Elementary School Construction Enters Final Stages

Wing Luke Elementary School Construction Enters Final Stages The new Wing Luke Elementary School is nearly complete! Join Principal Carol Mendoza as she visits to see the final stages of construction. This school replacement project was funded by the Building Excellence IV Capital Levy (BEX IV), which was approved by…

Middle School Science Standards

SPS sixth and seventh grade students are taught using the Board-approved Amplify Science curriculum.

Student-Written Story: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Virtual Tour

Student-Written Story: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Virtual Tour In this student-written piece, August reflects on participating in a virtual Historical Black College tour with the AAMA Student Leadership Council. About AAMA and SLC : The Office of African American Male Achievement Student Leadership Council is a…

Student-Written Story: COVID-19 Planning Committees

Student-Written Story: COVID-19 Planning Committees In this student-written piece, AAMA SLC member Trevon reflects on centering student voice in key district decisions. About AAMA and SLC : The Office of African American Male Achievement Student Leadership Council is a network of student leaders who support each other…