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    Virtual School Tours for West Woodland

    Thank you for your interest in West Woodland. Our school tours will include an introduction to West Woodland by administration, PTA Presentation, meet the Kindergarten teachers, and a school building and kindergarten classroom virtual tour.

    West Woodland Elementary
    February 4, 2021
    Starting at 6:30 p.m.

    West Woodland Elementary
    February 9, 2021
    Starting at 9 a.m.

    Please note that no childcare is available for these tours and these will be the only tour dates for this year. We are unable accommodate requests for private tours. For more information about attendance areas and open enrollment please check the district website.

    Your reservation ensures:

    • You get a school packet with valuable information.
    • You are added to our mailing list for upcoming events.
    • We know the grade level of your incoming child(ren).


    Kindergarten Enrollment
    If your child will be five by August 31, 2021, it is time to enroll them in kindergarten. Registration for 2021-22 for incoming kindergarten students and students new to Seattle Public Schools began on January 4. Early registration for kindergarten helps support a strong connection to your school community and the school district hire enough  teachers for the fall. By registering your student for kindergarten early, you will learn about:

    • School activities and events

    • Before and after-school programs

    • Drop off and pickup schedules

    • Free and reduced-price meals

    • Tutoring and enrichment activities

    • Become eligible for the Open Enrollment for School Choice process

    Students New to Seattle Public Schools
    Enrollment All new student registration, including kindergarten, is completed online. Visit our Enroll My Student webpage.

    Every student in Seattle Public Schools is automatically assigned to their attendance area school, which is determined by where they live. Families can also choose to apply to request that their student attend a different school through the Open Enrollment for School Choice Process, which takes place February 1 – 19, 2021. School Choice applications are accepted through May 31, 2021 but are only eligible for priority tiebreakers if received during Open Enrollment.

    Items you will need to register new students:

    • Parent or guardian photo ID

    • Child's passport or birth certificate

    • Two (2) proofs of home address dated within past eight (8) weeks

    • Child's immunization (shots) record.

    Reviewing Your Student’s 2020-21 School Assignment

    Next year’s assignments are now available in the Assignment Lookup Tool on the district website. Please note that your student’s school assignment may have changed due to new school boundaries and the opening of new schools. To view your student’s assignment, you will need their date of birth and student ID number. You can find your student’s student ID by contacting Admissions at 206-252-0760 or by logging in to your account on The Source.

    Please note: If your student is currently attending an option school or another school that is not their attendance area school by choice, they can continue at this school until the highest grade offered at that school without having to apply during Open Enrollment again.

    Applying for Another School – Open Enrollment for School Choice

    If your student wants to apply to attend a school that is not their assigned school, you must submit a School Choice form. We encourage families to apply during the Open Enrollment period. Only forms submitted during Open Enrollment will receive tiebreakers. Applications received after Open Enrollment are prioritized based on the date the application is received.

    School Choice forms will be available on Monday, February 1 online or at the John Stanford Center. More information and the forms are available on the School Choice and Open Enrollment page.

    We are here to help. Visit us at the John Stanford Center, 2445 3rd Ave. S between 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. Bilingual staff speak Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Somali. You can reach us by phone at 206-252-0760 and our Customer Service Help Center. Assistance is available for families living in transition; please call 206-252-0660.

    If you have additional questions, please contact