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    • Juneau's Journal Jan. 18

      I continue to be inspired by the vision put forth by Dr. King, and the countless men and women who stood beside him in solidarity and in hope for a better future, particularly for the youngest among us. I know that Seattle Public Schools is poised for greatness, in part because of the commitment to and solidarity for racial justice and equity in this community. As we remember Dr. King, let us not forget that “the time is always right to do what is right.”
    • School Levies are Critical

      The upcoming school levy renewals are critical to supporting the school district’s day-to-day operations and building needs, including the rebuilding of eight schools, safety improvements at all schools, removing portables, and adding new technology to classrooms. These levies directly support students’ high-quality public education.
      Graphic with text "They asked, we answered. Read our response to the Seattle Times.
    • Inclusivity in Physical Education at Seattle Public Schools

      Adapted physical education is fostered through the offering of inclusive programs where both general education and special education students team up to participate in physical education activities.
      Students in a gym gather together while uses a rowing machine