Edit ModuleShow Tags

Classrooms might look a little different in the Seattle Public School District



PHOTO: Kim Christiansen

 

If you feel like Seattle’s getting crowded, you’re right.

Current statistics indicate 1,000 people move to Seattle each week.  More families equal more students. To keep up with our growing city, Seattle Public Schools (SPS) will start the new school year with several new and modernized facilities.

According to SPS, in the last 10 years, the district has welcomed 8,000 new students. The new and modernized facilities are helping meet the district’s enrollment and capacity needs while incorporating elements designed to enhance student learning. The buildings being opened will add nearly 2,900 classroom seats.

​For more information, visit Seattleschools.org.

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Related Content

What Happens When Your Child is the Oldest or Youngest in Their Kindergarten Class?

To start kindergarten in Washington, a child must turn 5 by midnight of August 31st of that year – or at least that’s how it used to be.

Working for racial equality in gifted Seattle school programs

Seattle Public Schools and parents work toward making accelerated programs more equitable

Explore: Your Guide to Educational Enrichment

Whether you're planning outings for preschoolers, educating a third grader at home, running a day camp or teaching high school science, look to Explore to bring community enrichment into the learning experience.

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module

Family Events Calendar

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags