Upcoming Meetings

There several upcoming meetings of interest.

There are two Alliance for Education meetings on teacher quality, both on
Wednesday, the 10th.
CAMP Central office El Centro de la Raza
722 18th Avenue from 6:30-8:00 pm 2524 16th Avenue South from 6:30-8:00 pm

There is a third, this Saturday the 13th
Eritrean Assn. of Greater Seattle
5511 15th Avenue S. from 6:30-8:00 pm.

Also, there is an School Board Audit and Finance Committee meeting this Thursday, the 11th from 3:30-5:30 in the School Board conference room. I'll bet the budget is the top discussion here.

There are two Director community meetings this Saturday, the 13th. Director Carr's is at the Greenwood Neighborhood Service Center, 8515 Greenwood Avenue North. Director Maier's is at the Bethany Community Church located at 1156 N. 80th - Classroom A (upstairs). Both meetings are from 8:30-10:00. (Note: the Board will be at a Board retreat this Saturday from 10:30-5 pm at an undisclosed location.)

Also don't forget about the Option Schools Fair this Saturday, the 13th from 10 am to noon at the district headquarters.


suep. said…
Option Schools Fair
10 a.m. - noon
at the John Stanford Center for
Educational Excellence
(District Headquarters),
2445 3rd Avenue South, Seattle, 98134

UPDATE: Queen Anne Elementary, and the Accelerated Progress Program (APP) will also be represented at the fair.

(QAE: http://www.queenanneview.com/2010/03/04/new-queen-anne-elementary-to-focus-on-tech/)

(APP: http://www.seattleschools.org/area/advlearning/program_app.htm)

Come and learn about all of Seattle Public School District's unique and inspiring options for your children!

A Family-to-Family Event
Meet with families from throughout the school district. Parents will be on hand to answer questions about the schools and programs, with valuable firsthand knowledge.

Talk with enrollment personnel about how Option Schools fit into the New Student Assignment Plan, and find out how to enroll and apply.

Open enrollment for all schools is March 1-31, 2010.

Registration available onsite.

Represented schools will include:
AS#1 (K-8); Thornton Creek (K-5); Jane Addams (K-8); Salmon Bay (K-8); TOPS (K-8); ORCA (K-8); Pathfinder (K-8); Queen Anne Elementary (K-5); South Shore (PreK-8); the Center School (H.S.); NOVA (H.S); the new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) School at Cleveland H.S., and APP (located at Lowell and Thurgood Marshall elementary schools, Washington and Hamilton middle schools, and Garfield High School).

What is an option school?
(from the district's site):
Option Schools are the schools that, in the New Student Assignment Plan, do not have specific attendance area boundaries.
Students may apply for any Option School in the city, and transportation is provided to specific linked Option Schools based on attendance area. Option Schools include a number of schools that follow an alternative curriculum (for example, expeditionary learning).

More info:

How to get to the John Stanford Center (2445 3rd Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98134, X-street: Lander):

MAP: http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Seattle&state=WA&address=2445+3rd+Ave+S&zipcode=98134-1923&country=US&latitude=47.581501&longitude=-122.329956&geocode=ADDRESS


Sponsored by: the Alternative Schools Coalition

For Seattle Public Schools information on the enrollment and application process, the new student
assignment plan, and information about schools, please visit www.seattleschools.org. Select “Enrollment.”

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