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July Safety Training at Mercer

In July, Seattle Police Department will provide a training to their team at a currently unoccupied school.

Spring 2023 Safe and Welcoming Schools Update

Community violence takes a toll on our community. Our district is making progress in strengthening safety through improvements and partnerships.

Safety Enhancement Updates from Superintendent Jones

Safety remains a top priority for Seattle Public Schools (SPS). Students are more likely to be successful when they feel safe and welcome at school. Please know my focus on student and staff safety and wellness is unwavering. I have listened to your concerns and pain, both as a parent…
Superintendent Jones, Mayor Harrell, and Governor Inslee talk with students in the school library.

Governor Inslee Visit to Ingraham

Seattle Public Schools (SPS) and Ingraham High School were pleased to host Governor Jay Inslee today as he met with students and staff. Gov. Inslee, who is a proud Ingraham graduate, initiated the meeting. He wanted to connect with some of those impacted by last month’s tragic event, when a…
Students getting off a yellow school bus

Safety and Security in Schools

The Seattle Public Schools security personnel are proactive in preventing and responding to safety issues around the district. …

Responding to Ingraham Tragedy

We will continue to work on your behalf to ensure that better and stronger days for Ingraham and all SPS schools are ahead.

SPS Support of LGBTQ Students and Staff

Seattle Public Schools is committed to upholding the dignity of all people in all of our schools. …

Responding to National Tragedy

The well-being of our students is our top concern. We have put numerous measures into place to ensure schools are safe.

Support and Crisis Resources

Support resources and hotlines if you are concerned about your well being or someone’s safety.

Board Resolution on Gun Safety

School Board approves a resolution calling for lawmakers to increase student safety.