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    Our Vision

    At Sand Point Elementary, we are a community of lifelong learners, responsible global citizens, and champions of our own success.

    Our School

    Sand Point Elementary is a school with strong academics, a comprehensive arts education, and a social emotional tools curriculum to educate lifelong learners. We provide differentiated learning experiences to challenge students across a range of academic skills, including ACORN blocks for reading, Project Math, walk-around math instruction (including a 6th grade math class), and project-based learning units. 

    Our arts education program includes hip hop and ballroom dancing, integrated visual arts, drama, instrumental music, ukulele, drumming, and more. This school year we will be staging an all-school play. 

    We have developed a K-5 social emotional literacy curriculum using RULER anchor tools to teach self- and social-awareness. 

    Teachers and staff at SPE are dedicated to creating an inclusive environment, which instills creativity in the learning process. With the tools that Sand Point offers, students leave the school with a sense of personal accomplishment and the full range of skills necessary to be successful in middle school and beyond. 

    Our Community

    For the 2020-21 school year, Sand Point Elementary is proud to have over 230 students enrolled in 10 K-5 classrooms and 2 Preschool classrooms. Our demographics represent a microcosm of the city where we live. Our students speak 15 different home languages. 

    We have a very dedicated PTA and community volunteers who work in partnership with the school and staff. Our common goal is to support the entire school community and each and every student at Sand Point.

    The PTA provides tremendous support to the school through volunteer hours and fundraising. Without PTA funding, we would not be able to provide many of the opportunities and experiences such as art, music, field trips, PE support, library support, garden, school supplies, school events, and more.

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    Contact Us

    6208 60th Ave NE
    Seattle, WA 98115

    Main Office: 206-252-4640
    Attendance: 206-252-4644
    Fax: 206-252-4641

    Principal: Ric Baileykaze
    Principal's Corner (posted soon)

    Administrative Secretary:
    Sandra Warner