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    Welcome Licton Springs Families to the 2017-2018 school year!

    First day of school for 1st through 8th grades is Wednesday, Sept. 6.
    First day of school for kindergartners is Monday, Sept. 11.
    Visit the 2017-18 school year dates for more information.


    Below we have pulled together many required documents and critical information to help staff, families and students prepare for the upcoming first day of school.

    2017-18 Forms to be Returned to School

    504-2 Survey to Identify Disabled Students
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    Emergency Information and Student Release
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    FERPA Preschool, Elementary, K-8, Middle School
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    Health Information
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    Housing Questionnaire
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    Indian Education Program, Title VII (new students)


    General Information

    2017-18 School Year Calendar Read the key school year dates and school term dates.

    Superintendent's Welcome Back Letter

    Huchoosedah Indian Education
    Huchoosedah Native Education applies annually for federally funding through the Title VII Indian Education Formula Grant program that assists Native American, Alaskan Native, and American Indian students in Seattle Public Schools in grades K-12. Read more about Native Education.

    Advanced Learning
    Advanced Learning Notification (Elementary and K-8)

    Seattle Public Schools offers several services and programs for students who meet eligibility requirements for an advanced curriculum. Read more about Advanced Learning.

    Athletic Information
    Seattle Public Schools offers diverse athletic opportunities middle and high school students. Read more about athletics.

    Attendance
    Compulsory Attendance "Becca Law" (all students)

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    Students are not able learn required subjects when they are absent from school. They miss critical instruction for understanding key concepts and fall behind quickly in completing assignments. Read more about attendance.

    College and Career Readiness
    The SPS strategic plan outlines the goal of all students prepared for college, career and life.
    College Bound Online Application

    Discrimination Complaint ProceduresDiscrimination is unfair or unlawful treatment of a person or group because they are part of a defined group, known as a protected class. Read more about SPS safeguards against discrimination.
    Discrimination Complaint Procedures Notice
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    Discipline
    A climate of respect for the rights of others is essential to maintain a school environment in which teachers can teach and children can learn without undue interference. Read more about discipline.

    Enrollment

    Admissions enrolls new students, manages student transfers between schools (if applicable) and processes choice applications. Read more about enrollment.
    Enrollment forms including Change of Address and Admission forms.
    Waitlist information can be found on our registration webpage.

    Health
    Vaccines Required Meningococcal and HPV notice

    Meningococcal and HPV notice translations
    We are committed to assuring a safe and healthy environment for all learners. Read more about Health Services, find health forms and resources.
    Read more about Teen Health Centers.

    Homelessness
    The McKinney-Vento Program staff can help students and families who are experiencing homelessness. Read more about the McKinney-Vento Program.

    Lunches and Breakfast
    Free and Reduced Price Meal Application

    Meal Prices
    Elementary Students: Breakfast $2, Lunch $3 | Secondary Students: Breakfast $2.25, Lunch $3.25 | Adults: Breakfast $3.25, Lunch $4.75
    Paying for School Meals Online: PayPams (Note: the online service requires the student ID number)
    School Meal Menus Online: Nutrislice
    Read more about Nutrition Services at Seattle Public Schools.

    Safety and Security
    The Safety and Security Department help the district maintain a safe and secure environment for all students, staff and visitors. Read more about safety and security.

     School Messenger and Communications Preferences
    Schools and the district office uses School Messenger for phone notifications for non-emergency related announcements. Read more about phone and email notification to families.

    Student Section 504 Procedures
    Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a Federal civil rights law that is designed to eliminate disability discrimination in programs and activities that receive Federal funds. Read more about Student 504 Procedures.

    Student Accident and Insurance   Visit the SPS Risk Management for more information.
    Student Injuries and Insurance information letter.
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    Student Portal

    The Source: student schedules, assessment scores, attendance, library information, and secondary student grades. 
    The Source information and instructions

    Schoology: online tool that teachers may use to communicate classroom work and student assignments. 

    Online Resources for Academic Support: Seattle Public Schools students have access to a wide variety of online resources.

    Special Education
    Learn more about the full range of services we offer at our Special Education Services webpage.

    Student Rights and Responsibilities (including translations)

    Basic Rules for All Students

    Transportation and Bus Information
    Read more SPS transportation services.

    See the Walk Zones for elementary schools.
    Youth Orca Program Application
    The Transportation Department is mailing a letter to families who are receiving bus services at the end of August. If you don't receive notification before the start of school contact the Transportation Department at 206-252-0900 or email transdept@seattleschools.org.

    Volunteering 
    Volunteering webpage with application, background check information, handbook and more.