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Check Water Quality in Your Child's Seattle School



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In response to recent concerns over city water safety, the Seattle Public Schools has shared information about their water testing standards. 

According to a Seattle Public Schools spokesperson: "Over the last several years, the Seattle Public Schools adopted and implemented a set of rigorous standards regarding which have set nationally recognized standards for safe drinking water quality in public schools.

The program was established by the School Board, which adopted a Drinking Water Policy in 2004. It includes periodic testing of each drinking water source in each school, coupled with reporting of the results on the District website."

To look at the testing results for your child's school, go here:

http://www.seattleschools.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_543/File/District/Departments/Risk%20Management/Water/waterQualityProtocol.pdf 

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