Move-in day for Chief Sealth staff – and tour time too

As mentioned here about this time last night, Chief Sealth International High School got the go-ahead for teachers and other staffers to move in – and today, they did just that. Above, unpacking was still under way in the Proyecto Saber room, where we found teachers including Delfino Munoz around mid-afternoon. And the Southwest Precinct had just sent over its second tour-group-in-blue:

Speaking of colors, they play a role in the Sealth scheme – just look down the hallway:

With two weeks to go till the first day of classes – and 13 days to the ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9:30 am Sept. 7 – there’s still plenty of work under way, inside and out, but it’s clearly the home stretch – here’s a view from the front steps down toward the new Galleria:

Your first official chance to get a peek inside is just a week away – next Wednesday night, as a fundraiser for the Friends of Sealth scholarship fund, you can be part of a behind-the-scenes tour – reservations required, and you can make yours online at the new Friends of Sealth website. One month from today, a community open house will include tours, too – 10 am Sept. 25th.

5 Replies to "Move-in day for Chief Sealth staff - and tour time too"

  • Mookie August 25, 2010 (8:39 pm)

    I just love that new school smell. :-)

  • ad August 26, 2010 (10:10 am)

    Let’s hope this is not another South Shore.

    Southshore School To Reopen After Airborne Toxin Cleanup:

  • J August 26, 2010 (10:42 am)

    It looks beautiful! Let’s encourage the students to keep it nice.

  • NWSteve August 26, 2010 (10:49 am)

    Again I must ask, what exactly is an “International” High School? Are other countries helping to pay the costs?

  • miws August 26, 2010 (7:52 pm)

    NWSteve, This WSB Story from a few months ago includes a definition of International Schools. (In the blue quote box).



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