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  • Community forums

    1/24/2020 - Share your thoughts about the potential restoration of the elementary specialist model Jan. 27, 28 & 29

  • Free vaccination clinics

    1/22/2020 - All childhood vaccines, including flu, will be available at free clinics Jan. 28 and March 11. Open to all students.

  • The award goes to ...

    1/16/2020 - Mark Kelly, Hannah Alaskar, Dale Floyd & Angela Hayes, our Distinguished Classified Employees for 2019-20!

  • School closure/delay info

    10/14/2019 - SPS will be open as scheduled, regardless of weather, unless a closure or late start announcement is made.

  • Congratulations!

    1/15/2020 - 25 SPS teachers recently received National Board Certification, one of the highest symbols of professional teaching excellence.

  • Secondary conferences

    1/10/2020 - Middle and high school conference week is Feb. 11-14. MS release time: 1:30 p.m.
    HS release time: 12:30 p.m.

  • Enrollment now open

    12/9/2019 - Interested in having your student attend a school other than their neighborhood school? The priority enrollment window will be open from Jan. 1- Feb. 15.

  • Boundary changes

    12/10/2019 - We've chosen the members of the Boundary Adjustment Committee! They'll begin their twice monthly meetings starting in late January.

  • AP Summer Institute

    1/16/2020 - Professional development for teachers July 20-23 at Ferris HS. Registration is now open!

  • Calendars available

    11/8/2019 - School calendars for the next three years are now available for your planning purposes.

  • Request for proposals

    10/11/2019 - SPS is pleased to release this year’s Request for Proposals for new charter schools. Please read the RFP for details and timelines.

  • Spokane Public Library card

    3/11/2019 - Thanks to our partnership with Spokane Public Library, all SPS students and staff have free library cards!

  • Stories from our schools

    10/14/2019 - 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!