Burning question for Seattle Public Schools leaders? Ask it March 31

Just announced – Seattle Public Schools is going around the district for five “town hall” meetings focused on the district’s 5-year Strategic Plan, “with tailored comments, topics and data from each of the five educational regions.” You’ll be able to offer ideas and ask questions. The Southwest Region’s meeting will be 6:30 pm March 31st (a Monday) at Roxhill Elementary (30th/Roxbury). Spanish, Somali, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Tagalog interpretation will be available. Have a topic you want to hear about at the meeting? E-mail publicaffairs@seattleschools.org – with subject line “town hall meeting topic” – by Feb. 27.

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3 Replies to "Burning question for Seattle Public Schools leaders? Ask it March 31"

  • Be mama February 13, 2014 (5:54 pm)

    Sigh, what’s the point? Like talking to a brick wall. Inadequatley serving kids with special needs compounded by eviction of northwest center from their long term space to capitalize on recent investments. This board is shameless.
    http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/schoolyard-bullies/Content?oid=18870995

  • LizBen February 13, 2014 (8:51 pm)

    Could not have said it better myself Be mama. Shameless. As a new parent with a child with special needs I am shocked at the treatment of such a vulnerable population. Yes shameless. Capitalizing on recent investments is down right sleazy.

  • Lisa February 16, 2014 (1:43 pm)

    I can’t imagine the battle you are fighting…I am begging for a safe environment for my child to learn and his teachers to teach and for the administration to do their jobs! I will keep shouting to anyone who will listen that they are cowards, full of excuses of lack of funds but have shown time and time again they know how to waste it!

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