Education Support

The PTA and school have partnered together to provide families with information on resources and programs available to help support the academic and social success of each child at Sand Point Elementary.  Please view specific pages for additional information.

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Academic Success Tips

When families are engaged in their children’s education they achieve higher grades, have better attendance and behavior, complete more homework, and demonstrate a more positive attitude toward education. Families can be involved in many ways.  Here are some suggestions on how families can help with their children’s learning at home and at school.  Student Learning …

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What is advocacy? In the context of PTA, advocacy is supporting and speaking up for children—in schools, in communities, and before government bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children. SPE PTA members can work with policy makers at the federal, state, and local levels to support policies that promote the interests of all …

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English Language Learning (ELL)

To translate this site, use google translate on the tool bar to the right                    ————————-> There are about 12,000 English language learning (ELL) students in Seattle schools. At Sand Point Elementary, we currently serve approximately 80 bilingual students who speak about 15 different first languages in …

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Sand Point Elementary is proud to be a community who understands that emotions matter. This year, we are excited to be using RULER, an evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning. Resources: Description of RULER RULER Brochure Mood Meter App Emotional Intelligence Charter Work  

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SEL Videos

Here at Sand Point, we use social learning theory as the framework for implementation throughout each month. Advisory meetings for Sand Point’s SEL curriculum are held on the first Monday of each month and the SEL theme for the month is presented. At the end of the month, the work is presented by Student Council …

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Special Education

Sand Point Elementary has an Inclusion Model for special education.  In an inclusion setting, support services are brought to special education students in the general education classroom. Occasionally, special education students are “pulled-out” of the general education classroom for more intensive, 1-1 academic services.  The school has several resources and support services for students. Resource …

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