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Seattle Public Schools ‘Community Resources on Wheels’ lets you register for school, find out about resources

July 5th, 2011 · No Comments

Seattle Public Schools will drive its yellow school bus, called Community Resources on Wheels, to nine locations during July for those who haven’t yet registered for school. Parents also can get information on a variety of Seattle-area resources for families.

The bus will be open from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on the following dates and locations:

  • July 12: QFC, 1801 N. 45th St. 98103
  • July 13: Safeway, 8340 15th Ave. N.W. 98117
  • July 14: Fred Meyer, 13000 Lake City Way N.E. 98125
  • July 19: Bailey Gatzert Elementary, 1301 E. Yesler Way 98122
  • July 20: Promenade Red Apple, 2301 S. Jackson St. 98144
  • July 21: Safeway, 3820 Rainier Ave. S. 98188
  • July 26: Safeway, 3900 S. Othello St. 98118
  • July 27: Target Store, 2800 S.W. Barton St. 98126
  • July 28: High Point Neighborhood House, 6400 Sylvan Way 98126

Parents and caregivers who plan to enroll their student in school should bring the following: Birth Certificate (K-1st grade only); immunization information; current proof of Seattle residence (utility bills, lease, DSHS; shelter/transitional housing letter); admission form (parents can fill out in advance at seattleschools.org or it will be available on the bus) and photo ID of parent/guardian.

For more information, visit district.seattleschools.org/enrollment or call the SPS Service Center at 205-252-0760.

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