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    Remote Learning Resources for Families and Students

    Resources for speakers of: Amharic     Chinese      Somali      Spanish      Tagalog     Vietnamese

    Fall 2020 Planning Update: Seattle Public Schools will start the 2020-21 school year remotely.

    The first day of school is Friday, September 4 for 1st through 12th grade students.  

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    Families and students will learn more about student schedules and start of school information from their student's school.

    Information and Resources


    Health and Wellness Resources

    The health and safety of our Seattle Public Schools community is our top priority. 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


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    Online Educational Tools

    Learn more about digital tools for students and families:

    • Schoology
    • The Source
    • Clever
    • Email and Office 365
    Technology Tools for Students


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    Meals for Students

    We will continue to provide students with healthy, nutritious meals.

    Meals for Students


    A student reads a book at a tableChild Care

    We are working with our community partners to provide childcare options at Seattle school sites.

    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.