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Superintendent message

A message to our families from Spokane Public Schools' new superintendent, Dr. Adam Swinyard

7/10/2020

Safe school reopening

Keep up with the work of our Task Force and subcommittees as we plan for a safe reopening in the fall.

6/15/2020

Student health

Please ensure your child’s immunization records are up to date for the 2020-21 school year. New care plans for students who need medication at school are due Aug. 28.

5/15/2020

Summer learning

We have many ways for students to keep learning this summer!

6/29/2020

Admin building closed

Buildings may be closed to the public and we are still working! Please don't hesitate to contact us via email for assistance.

6/8/2020

By the numbers

Track meal distribution, laptop checkout, technology usage and more since the school closure began March 17.

4/29/2020

School names needed

This is the first time in SPS history that four schools will be named at the same time. We need your ideas!

3/2/2020

Laptop distribution

SPS is checking out laptops to our students during the closure based on need and availability.

3/16/2020

Boundary changes

The Boundary Adjustment Committee has begun its work. We'll keep you current with meeting minutes and materials.

12/10/2019

AP Summer Institute

Professional development for teachers July 20-23 at Ferris HS. Registration is now open!

1/16/2020

Calendars available

School calendars for the next three years are now available for your planning purposes.

11/8/2019

Spokane Public Library card

Thanks to our partnership with Spokane Public Library, all SPS students and staff have free library cards!

3/11/2019

Stories from our schools

With more than 31,000 students and 3,000 staff, SPS has many stories to share. What's happening at your school? Let us know!

10/14/2019

Future Ready

Our T24 goal means that students will be prepared to follow any pathway they desire after graduation, including: military careers, 2-year technical and trade schools, or 4-year colleges and universities.

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Spokane Public Schools Fast Facts

  • Number of employees

    4,110

  • Classroom teachers

    2,073

  • Languages spoken

    77

  • Graduation rate

    88%

Whole Child Focus

Working to ensure each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged.

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