Thursday, February 25, 2016

Seattle Schools Organizational Charts

Here are the latest org charts that I could find for SPS departments (as requested by one reader.)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

These are soooo outdated.

-DJ

Anonymous said...

Wow - that's alot of people in administration - I'm sure it could be streamlined. And why so many people in the Preschool program - I'd like to see some of those personnel get paid by the City of Seattle instead of Seattle Public Schools. The Preschool program is a City of Seattle Program - isn't that right?

mirmac1 said...

"Wow - that's alot of people in administration - I'm sure it could be streamlined. And why so many people in the Preschool program - I'd like to see some of those personnel get paid by the City of Seattle instead of Seattle Public Schools. The Preschool program is a City of Seattle Program - isn't that right?"

repost for Anonymous.

Good point. When directors ask whether City PreK dollars are covering ALL the costs for their preschool, admin insists it does. They even went on to say that SPS will be reimbursed for the actual costs (if salaries etc run over). I don't believe that. The grant amount is the grant amount. As it stands, we're still out the 25% holdback for performance measures.