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Summer Food Services

Seattle children ages 1 through 18 years will enjoy free breakfasts, lunches, and snacks once again this summer through our Summer Food Service Program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which will run from July 1 through August 21, 2020. Most sites will be closed Thursday, July 4th, in observance of the Independence Day holiday, but a select few sites may be operating.

“Children and youth need access to healthy, nutritious food year-round to help them learn, play, and grow including the summer when school year resources are not available,” said Jason Johnson, Interim Director of HSD. “The Summer Food Service Program meets this critical need and allows us to partner with community organizations across Seattle in pursuing HSD’s mission to support Healthy Communities, Healthy Families.”

Here’s how you can find the closest meal site:

**Please note special precautions and changes are in place during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

  • Use the Summer Meals Search Tool that displays sponsor, site and meal information with online mapping tools.
  • Call the USDA Hotline 1-866-348-6479.
  • Text “Food” (o “Comida” en español) to 877-877.
  • Email SFSP@seattle.gov
  • Call our office at 206-386-1140
SPS is committed to providing meal service to students during this pandemic. The district will continue meal distribution throughout the summer at the 26 meal distribution school sites. Sack breakfasts and lunches prepared by our central kitchen and reheatable meals prepared by FareStart will be available for all SPS students Monday through Friday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. All sites will be closed July 3 and July 6.
SPS also will continue providing student meals by bus Monday through Friday throughout Seattle except for July 3 and July 6. However, some routes have been canceled or revised. Those changes will take effect July 1. Please refer to the bus route maps and schedule to determine the timing of the route or the school closest to your family.
For more information or to view the bus stop or school closest to you, please see our Student Meals page. If you have questions about this program, please call 206-252-0900.

2020-21 Lafayette PTA Board

Thank You to our 2020-21 PTA Board/Parent Volunteers:

  • Alden Alvarado, President
  • Kirsten Franklin-Temple, Vice President
  • Jenny King, Past President
  • Jennifer Tran, Co-Treasurer
  • Laura Monsey, Co-Treasurer
  • Bethany Sharifi, *Secretary
  • Amber Zeddies, *Events
  • Joe Wadden, *Enrichment
  • Sarah Orza, Community Engagement
  • Carola Eguiagaray, Special Education
  • Jennifer Barringer, Co-Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Jennifer Samek-Burns, Co-Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Christy Pudduck, At Large
  • Alana Holmquist, At Large, Room Parent Coordinator
  • Tricia Coulter, *Communications

Are you interested in having a larger voice in the PTA but don’t know where to start? We have a limited number of At Large Board Member positions – learn the ropes and take on duties as your schedule permits.

* indicates open positions for a Co-Chair.  If you are interested in joining the team, please contact us.

07/06/20, Summer Program for Current Elementary Students Begins

Summer learning for elementary students is a high quality virtual program for students currently in kindergarten through fifth grade. This year we will be focused on: how to be a virtual learner, social emotional well being, mathematical concepts, and literacy strategies that make reading fun!

When: July 6 – August 7, 2020

Where: Online. These programs will operate in a virtual manner, so hours and days will vary by the individual needs of our students and their families.

Who: All current kindergarten – fifth grade students who applied.  Lessons and materials will be uploaded to their Schoology page and virtual lessons will begin the week of July 6.

Daily schedule: This is a self-paced program where students will have access to recordings and materials on their Schoology page. The lessons average 30 minutes per day and can be done at any time. Students may also choose to focus on a particular subject if they don’t want to do all lessons.

Cost: Free

More info coming soon!

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