Family Resources

Olympic Hills Family Resources

Quick Links for Families 

Free Academic Resources

SPS Resources

Admissions Center and Enrollment Services

  • Learn how to register a new student and information about open enrollment for school choice (applying to a different school) on our  Enrollment webpage.

Advanced Learning

  • Seattle Public Schools offers Highly Capable Services, Advanced Learning/Spectrum for students who have been evaluated and designated as advanced learners. Learn more on our  Advanced Learning webpage.


  • Families should communicate with their school when students are absent. Find school contact information on our  school directory webpage.
  • Check your student’s attendance on  The Source.

Basic Rules of Seattle Public Schools and Student Rights and Responsibilities

Our Student Rights and Responsibilities sets forth the rules and regulations of Seattle Public Schools regarding student conduct. It is created in compliance with the requirements of State law and aligned with the Seattle Public Schools Strategic Plan.

Boundaries, School

  • Growth boundaries are changes to attendance area boundaries designed to balance student enrollment. They are necessary because of enrollment growth in the number of students. Read more on  School Boundary Updates.

Bullying and harassment prevention

  • Seattle Public Schools is dedicated to providing safe, welcoming, and inclusive schools for all students. Report concerns about bullying or harassment to your student’s school principal or assistant principal. Find school contact information on our  school directory webpage
  • Find additional resources on our  Office of Student Civil Rights webpage.


Childcare Providers

  • Find information about preschool, before and after childcare providers, and resources to help pay for childcare on our  Early Learning webpage.

College and Career Readiness

Communications Preferences

  • The district and schools contact families with important reminders and urgent information by phone and email. Learn how you can customize how you receive communications from your school and the district on our  SchoolMessenger communication preferences webpage.

Forms and Official Notices

Health and wellness

  • Find general health information for all students, including immunization requirements and health forms, on our  Health Services webpage.


  • The McKinney-Vento Program staff can help students and families who are experiencing homelessness. Read more about the  McKinney-Vento Program.

Lunches and School Meals


  • The ombudsperson is an independent, neutral liaison to assist families address conflicts and complaints that cannot be solved at the school level. Learn more on our  ombudsperson webpage.

Online Academic Resources

Preschool and Early Learning

  • Learning about preschool options and how to enroll your student in kindergarten on our  Early Learning webpage.

The Source

  • Use The Source to view student schedules, assessment scores, attendance, library information, and secondary student grades.  Visit The Source.


  • Schoology is a tool that teachers may use to communicate with parents, guardians, and students about day-to-day coursework, such as dates and assignments.  Visit Schoology.

Special Education

  • The Special Education department works collaboratively to ensure access and success for students with disabilities. Learn more on our  Special Education webpage.
  • Read about Student 504 Procedures on our  Student ADA webpage.

Transcripts, Verifications, Diplomas

Technology Service Catalog


The Source

Use The Source to view student schedules, assessment scores, attendance, library information, and secondary student grades on The Source. Read more about the source.


Teachers may use  Schoology use to communicate about day-to-day coursework, such as dates and assignments. Read more about Schoology.

Online Student Resources

Online Student Resources offers links to popular academic resources, such as Typing Agent and Pebble Go.

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