Skip To ContentSkip To Content

    Coronavirus Resources for Families and Students

    Resources for speakers of: Amharic     Chinese      Somali      Spanish      Tagalog     Vietnamese

    Fall 2020 Planning Update August 7: Science and data continue to ground our response to COVID-19.

    While Superintendent Juneau, along with Seattle Education Association and the Principals Association of Seattle Schools, already recommended reopening remotely for this fall, Governor Inslee confirmed on Wednesday that the transmission rates in King County are too high to return to school in a districtwide hybrid model. Read the August 7 update.

    Information and Resources

    a group of books on a table

    Remote Learning Resources

    At home learning resource, activities and SPSTV videos with Seattle Public Schools educators in short segments to support optional learning in a variety of subjects and grade levels.

    Remote Learning Resources


     

    Health and Wellness Resources

    Together, we are facing an unprecedented health crisis in our community. District staff are in regular contact with local and state officials to ensure we address the needs of our school communities during this extended COVID-19 outbreak.

    Everyday actions can help prevent the spread of the COVID-19.

    • In public: stay 6 feet from others and wear a face covering
    • Wash your hands and use hand sanitizer.
    • Cover your coughs and sneezes.
    • Don't touch your mouth, nose, or eyes.
    • Clean surfaces in your home.
    • Call before you go to the doctor.

    Find district and public health resources to help you support your student and family.

    District and Public Health Resources

    Video with Tips to Keep Your Family Safe


     

    an image of a laptop

    Schoology and Online Digital Tools for Students and Families

    Links for digital tools for students and families:

    • Schoology
    • The Source
    • Clever
    • Email and Office 365
    Student and Family Portals

     

    a sack meal with bottle of water and apple

    Meals for Students

    The district has 26 schools throughout the city serving as a hub for student meal support. We also provide student meals on school bus routes across the city. Learning packets are also available for pick up.

    Meals for Students


     

    A student reads a book at a tableChild Care

    We are partnering with our childcare partners operating at Seattle school sites to open 35 childcare locations in schools for our families.

    Child Care Partners


     

    Recent Updates

    Additional Resources

    Living our Values: Resources to combat racism, bias, and discrimination

    Our community values are tested in times like these. We must continue to be united and support each other as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) becomes more widespread. In schools, we will continue to demonstrate compassion and care as our greater community navigates this global health situation.

    We are aware of reports that some of our Asian students have been targeted and discriminated against in connection to COVID-19. This is unacceptable and contrary to our values of racial equity and social justice. In SPS, we are committed to welcoming, safe, and inclusive schools, and we do not tolerate hate speech or acts of discrimination.

    Help us prevent discrimination or stigmatization by sharing accurate information. COVID-19 infection is not connected to any race, ethnicity, or nationality. Misinformation about coronavirus disease 2019 can create fear and hostility that harms people and makes it harder to keep everyone healthy. Public Health Seattle and King County has provided resources to address and prevent.