Workshops from Seattle Public Schools’ School and Community Partnership department

The Seattle Public Schools’ School and Community Partnership department, which is committed to building the capacity of community based organizations partnership with schools, has launched a Professional Development calendar for Education Partners.

First graders in Christine Patrick’s class at Bailey-Gatzert Elementary School study isopods – the ones known as potato bugs.

Events on the calendar are designed for community-based organization staff and volunteers to help them align their work and authentically partner with Seattle Public Schools.

Please visit for more information, a detailed calendar and registration.

The next upcoming event:

Data Stewardship and Introduction to Analysis Tuesday, October 6, 10 a.m. John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence 2445 3rd Ave S (at Lander St), Seattle, WA 98134

If you weren’t able to attend the September training, fear not – you have another opportunity! This training is for anyone who is planning to or interested in receiving student-level data from SPS. It will cover FERPA regulations, SPS data stewardship best practices and scenarios, and the basics regarding analyzing data