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    Attendance Policy

    If you are aware in advance that your student is going to be absent from school for any reason (religious holiday, doctor's appointments, etc.), please let Mrs. Daley in the Attendance Office know as soon as possible. An email or a note is best (scdaley@seattleschools.org), but a message on the Attendance Hotline works as well. Likewise, if your student is absent from school due to illness, please call the recorded Attendance Hotline anytime before 10 AM. The hotline number is 252-1404.

    Also, please note that family vacations are not excused absenses. They require advance notice with a pre-planned absence form, which can be found in the main office. If you have any questions, feel free to call or email Mrs. Daley in the office.


    Forms

    General School and PTA Forms/School Supply Lists

    Resources

    Stay at Home? Info Sheet for Sick Children

    Greenwood Elementary Handbook

    Greenwood Elementary Master Schedule


    Accessing Online Student Resources from Home

    http://spscatalog.seattleschools.org/onlineresources

    OR

    http://www.seattleschools.org

    Username: studentsps
    Password: access

    Note: Tumblebooks does not share this same username and password; see

    http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/auto_login.asp?U=seattleschools&P=books.

    • School Lunch Menu
    • Helping Children Learn Handout (This third-party document is not ADA-accessible. If you need further assistance, contact communications@greenwoodpta.org.) 
    • Planner Handout
    • Greenwood Attendance Line: 206-252-1404
    • Child Care
    • Tutoring
      • The Greater Seattle Bureau of Fearless Ideas: http://fearlessideas.org/
      • The Greenwood Branch of the Seattle Public Library offers Homework Help, Monday - Thursday from 4:30-6:00. Even if kids don’t have homework, there are tutors on hand to help with reading, English language, math, and more. There are also skill-building games on hand for kids to play quietly together or with a tutor. If kids are working on school projects, there is access to lots of materials to use for poster board projects.

    • Neighborhood Resources