The State of the Schools

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

School Superintendent Rebecca Miner
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

On April 17, 2019, Shoreline Public Schools Superintendent Rebecca Miner presented information about the District’s demographics, budget, academic achievement and much more.

Two sessions were held in the Shoreline Center Boardroom, 18560 1st Ave. NE, one at 10am and the same session at 7pm.

There will also be a question and answer session at the conclusion of each presentation.

There were questions concerning construction on the the new middle schools and whether the sixth graders would be moving to the middle schools this coming fall.

With the move of 6th graders to the middle schools there may be some realignment of the elementary school boundaries. Moving the 6th graders will also allow for kindergarten classes to be available at more elementary school buildings.

There was a question about the highly capable classes and whether there will be any changes.

There is a committee that will be looking at boundaries, classroom distribution and curriculum that will be making recommendations to the Board this Fall.

In response to a question concerning the Shoreline Center and its future uses, the Superintendent said that the South wing will be rented out this coming fall and the district is waiting for a response from the city concerning any proposal for the use of district property to construct the new swimming pool.

The Senior Center will continue to occupy the separate building at the south end of the campus.

The sessions were videotaped and will be posted.


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