SPS on Social Media
Spokane Public Schools is proud to open a window into our classrooms through social media.
Below, you'll find links to every school's Facebook page. SPS social media accounts are managed by SPS communications and school staff, and these accounts reflect the communities and relationships built in our schools, where everyone belongs and is welcome. We want to celebrate the great people and opportunities that can be found across the district, as well as share useful information and updates for our families.
Social Media Guidelines
Spokane Public Schools social media accounts are managed by SPS Communications and school staff. These accounts reflect the communities and relationships built in our schools, where everyone belongs and is welcome. We want to celebrate the great people and opportunities that can be found across the district, as well as share useful information and updates for our families.
We have established the following guidelines for those who wish to visit or interact with SPS accounts:
Practice good digital citizenship
While we strive to engage in an open and respectful dialogue, all comments on our social media pages are at the discretion of the page administrators. We hope all visitors will conduct themselves as they would when entering our schools. Please use civility and respect when posting and sending messages, and ensure that comments are related to the subject of a post.
Language of the following nature may be removed and/or reported:
- Promoting illegal activity
- Promoting businesses, products, services, or politicians
- Privacy or public safety violations
- Repetition of the same comment or substantially similar comments
Failure to follow the above guidelines may result in action without notice to the user. This can include comments being hidden or removed and/or a user being banned, blocked or muted.
In order to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, users of social media must acknowledge that they are at least 13 years old. Comments from children under 13 cannot be posted on our accounts. We encourage students to contact the district through Let’s Talk.
Public record note
Per public records laws, comments and messages on or to SPS social media accounts could be included in a public records request.
Spokane Public Schools is committed to full disclosure and transparency in making public records available. Visit Public Records Request to learn about this process and find request forms.
Best methods of contact
Communications made through SPS social media accounts in no way constitute a legal or official notice or comment to Spokane Public Schools.
If you have a school- or district-related question or issue that needs to be resolved, please:
- Follow our procedure for voicing concerns and begin by contacting the school directly if your question or issue is specific to that school.