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    This Week: June 1-4
    Posted on 05/28/2021
    June This Week

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    What’s New at Seattle World School


    2021-22 school year information

    For the 2021-22 we will return to in person learning. School will start on September 1. There will be a remote option for students who do not feel comfortable attending in person. We will provide more information regarding transportation and other details as soon when have them. We are looking forward to being back in the building together again next year! When more detailed information is available you can access it at this link: 


    SWS Leadership Update

    Principal Cross will not be with the Seattle World School for the remainder of this school year and will not return to SWS next year. Clara Scott is our acting principal for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. We will soon begin the process of hiring a new principal for SWS and hope to have opportunities for students, family, and community involvement in the hiring process. On Wednesday, June 2nd families and students will receive a survey link. We would like to hear from you on the qualities you would like to see for our next principal. The survey will close Monday, June 7th. We would like to thank Principal Cross for his leadership and the countless hours he spent advocating for our students and community. He will be missed.  


    Schedule for the last week of school, June 14-18:

     All students attending in person classes in the afternoon will come 4 afternoons that week; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. There is no change for students who are attending fully remote. 



    Please turn in your computer and hotspot to the Seattle World School at the end of the school year. It is important to return them so we can update them and have them ready to go back to you for the start of the 2021-22 school year.  We will collect devices June 12th-18th. Learn more here.

    It is particularly important to return your device if you are graduating or leaving SPS.  When you leave the school, your username and password expire and your technology can no longer be used by anyone else.  Don’t forget to move your files before turning your computer in: Here's a video how.



    • I will continue assisting students to activate P-BET cards, filling out applications for rental assistance with League of Seattle and King County, getting State IDs, transportation requests, referrals and food support.


    Please check your school email for a message from Rusty about your graduation year and number of credits.

    • School Assignment for 2021-22 

    If you want to attend your neighborhood school you need to complete the school choice form and return it to the school counselor, Rusty Hibbert, at You can also call Rusty with any questions you may have at (425)528-0708. 

    • Summer Opportunities and Resources. Unfortunately, Seattle World School will not have its summer school program this summer. However, there are other opportunities to continue to learn over the summer.
    • SPS Skills Center: The Seattle Skills Center will be offering remote and in-person career-connected classes this summer for incoming 9th-12th grade SPS students. Skills Center will offer the usual range of course offerings, like construction, careers in education, maritime, medical careers, and many more. Please fill out the form at this link if you are interested. Skills Center Summer Program  You can contact Rusty with any questions. 
    • ICHS Healthcare Careers Camp: The ICHS staff will be hosting a day camp from August 3-6 for students to learn more about various careers in the healthcare field. Learn about healthcare career and opportunities open to you! Get hands-on experience! Fieldtrips to healthcare facilities! Learn job readiness skills! Meals and compensation for time will be provided! Please contact Mercedes at 206.960.5047 if you have any questions. Apply by Friday, June 11!- Health care camp registration



    • If you have finished books from the library, please bring them back to school.  You are allowed to have more books for the summer.  Email/Teams/Schoology Sarah Johnson, with any questions.  You can also call her at 206-252-2238
    • If you need help with moving your school computer documents to a Google account, let her know that too and she can help.


    • Students and families, if you receive a call from Seattle Public Schools Health Services asking about immunization records please look for them at home and contact the School Nurse at 206-437-4581, by text, phone call or What’s App.  We want you to have all your immunizations for school by September. 
    • If you need help finding a Covid vaccine that is closer to where you live on a day when you are free contact the School Nurse at 206-437-4581 by text, phone call or What’s App.


    Rain🌧or shine, Mobile Clinic Resource Fair goes to the North on Saturday, June 5th 12pm-4pm!

    Shorewood High School-17300 Fremont Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133

    • Contact Mercedes at206-960-5047or anybody from the clinic if you have any questions.



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