This article appeared in today's Times about the final outcome for the programs at John Marshall.
All the programs will be dispersed or closed. There was no mention of what will happen to the building which has quite a large nursery in it.
The re-entry program will be moved to Wilson-Pacific along with "Interim Alternative Education Setting, a program for students who get in trouble for doing something that is "a manifestation" of their disability". The Evening School will move to Franklin while the Teen Parent program will move to South Lake High School. The small (12 student) alternative school there will close and student in a behavior-intervention program will disperse to other schools.
I'm not surprised by any of this movement; it seemed clear the district didn't want to keep things going at John Marshall. It is too large a building for so many small programs. I do wish that they could keep the teen parent program there as the city is big enough to have two and the South Lake program is down in the Rainier Valley to the south. The district spent a good chunk of change putting in that childcare at Marshall.