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    Thousands of families receive timely, helpful communications from Seattle Public Schools (SPS). From principal messages to school break reminders to the latest from Superintendent Juneau, SPS helps families stay connected. Engage with us!

    MANAGE YOUR MESSAGES
    Want phone calls for some messages, but only email or text messages for others? You can manage your communication preferences online.
    * Visit go.schoolmessenger.com.
    * Log in with the email on file at your child's school.
    * Update how we connect best with you!

    EMAIL AND PHONE NUMBERS
    Make sure we have your most up-to-date information. At the start of every school year, parents and guardians can update family contact information on the Student Data Verification Form. This fall, you will use the Source to submit updates including phone number and email addresses. The Source has lots of other great information including student attendance. Visit ps.seattleschools.org to log in to the Source. Visit www.seattleschools.org/source for more information about setting up an account. 

    TEXTING AND MOBILE APP
    Text Messages:
    The district sends announcements, such as school break reminders, through text in addition to email and phone messages. To sign up, text "yes" to the number 67587.
    Smart Phone App: The new Seattle Public Schools smart phone app offers essential tools for families and staff. Download it for free on the App Store or Google Play and customize the information your family needs. 

    SOCIAL MEDIA AND DISTRICT NEWSLETTER
    Stay in the know with the district newsletter, social media and our websites to get fresh news and announcements from across Seattle Public Schools! 

    * Follow Superintendent Juneau on Twitter @SeattleSupt
    * For district news follow us on Twitter @SeaPubSchools and Facebook and Instagram @SeattlePublicSchools
    * You can find timely information by checking our district homepage www.seattleschools.org

    More information about connecting with the district, visit www.seattleschools.org/communications