BACK TO SCHOOL: Mayor visits Arbor Heights to welcome preschoolers

(Photo via Twitter: @mayoredmurray)

One day after the dedication of the all-new Arbor Heights Elementary, Mayor Ed Murray visited this morning (as previewed here yesterday) to celebrate something else that’s new there – the Seattle Preschool Program. The levy-funded program has expanded to 600 students at more than 30 schools around the city; the levy’s original goal is to enroll 2,000 students by 2018. Tuition is free to families whose income is less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level. Arbor Heights still has room for more students, according to the SPP website, which also says there’s room at two other West Seattle schools where the program operates, Louisa Boren STEM K-8 and Highland Park Elementary.

1 Reply to "BACK TO SCHOOL: Mayor visits Arbor Heights to welcome preschoolers"

  • Slo September 7, 2016 (12:07 pm)

    Mayor, thanks for visiting the newly built school. Please come also take a look at Roxhill Elementary School and compare the two.  Please give your support, power, knowledge, and wisdom to help the undererpresented community to receive the same.  Please let us know what we can do for Roxhill. 

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