Seattle Public Schools Going Remote or Closed

Do keep your eye on the bouncing ball. Some schools are closing for nearly two weeks.

Summary: Due to high absentee and quarantine rates, several schools have either transitioned to remote learning or have been closed.

Due to very high absentee and quarantine rates, several Seattle Public Schools have either transitioned to remote learning or have been closed. Here is a list of current school closures and schools that have transitioned to remote learning.

All SPS schools not listed on this page are in session.

Please note: List updated Friday, January 14, 7:30 a.m.

What Communication Will Families Receive? If a school is closed or changes instructional model (remote or in-person learning) families at affected schools will receive an email and/or phone voice message. Once the message is shared with families it will be posted to the school website, this district announcement, and district social media channels. 

Schools Closed

Chief Sealth International High School January 14 
Read more on the Chief Sealth website

Cleveland High School January 13-14 
Read more on the Cleveland website

Interagency January 14
Read more on the Interagency website

Lincoln High School January 13-14 
Read more on the Lincoln website

Please note, all Skills Center classes are continuing as planned at this time.

Remote Learning

Aki Kurose Middle School January 13-21

Aki Kurose Middle School shifted to remote learning on Thursday, January 13. In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, January 24. 
Read more on the Aki Kurose website

Broadview-Thomson – Elementary Students Only January 14-21

Broadview-Thomson K-8 shifted to remote learning on Friday, January 14 for elementary students. Students in 6th – 8th grade will continue in person. In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, January 24. 
Read more on the Broadview-Thomson website

Franklin High School January 12-17

Franklin High School shifted to remote learning on Wednesday, January 12. In-person learning will resume Tuesday, January 18. 
Read more on the Franklin website

Lowell Elementary School January 12-19

Lowell Elementary School shifted to remote learning on Wednesday, January 12. The earliest in-person learning can resume is Thursday, January 20. 
Read more on the Lowell website

Mercer Middle School January 14-21

Mercer Middle School shifted to remote learning on Friday, January 14. In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, January 24. 
Read more on the Mercer website

Meany Middle School January 14-21

Meany Middle School shifted to remote learning on Friday, January 14. In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, January 24. 
Read more on the Meany website

Olympic Hills Elementary January 14-21

Olympic Hills Elementary shifted to remote learning on Friday, January 14. In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, January 24. 
Read more on the Olympic Hills website

South Shore PreK-8 January 13-21

South Shore PreK-8 shifted to remote learning on Thursday, January 13. In-person learning is expected to resume on Monday, January 24. 
Read more on the South Shore website

Resources for Families

SPS continues to follow mitigation strategies to minimize transmission of COVID-19. Read the factors and data points that officials are monitoring.

We have gathered resources for families and students for help with online learning software, devices, and general technology information.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Looks like mostly south end and minority schools. Where are the woke equity warriors now?

Questioning
Anonymous said…
Did anyone catch the dumpster fire that was SPS Resources FB page this week? It was a toxic place to ask “please sir, May I have some more” public school last year. Not anymore! Moderators started monitoring comments and even the likes of Tracy Castro Gill got called out for not making helpful statements in a very polarized community. Funny how people want stability for their children and functional services in exchange for their tax dollars. Progressives, meet pragmatism.

Blue Pill
Former Souper said…
SPS Resources FB page is an echo chamber. Moderators and usual commenters- including Manuela Slye aka Manolita Lite- bully and shame anyone with a different opinion.
Green Goddess said…
I found that in Seattle that is the standard for any opinion from what has been determined the collective mantra. Odd that many don't get the script or memo but again in Seattle the Borg has less of a hive mind. This blog has often been a great example of such.

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