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    COVID-19 Resources for Families During School Closures
    Posted on 03/18/2020

    Rainier Beach High School and Seattle Public Schools are dedicated to ensuring educational excellence for every student. During school closures, our hope is that learning will continue (particularly in the core academic areas).

    For students who do not have regular access to the Internet, the district is providing printed activities at the 26 student meal distribution sites. You can find a list of these sites with the District COVID-19 Family Resources link below. 

    About ADA accessibility of material posted on this webpage: Seattle Public Schools is committed to making its online information accessible and usable to all people, regardless of ability or technology. Due to the unprecedented nature of this health crisis and because of the swift closure of all school and district sites, some home activities and community information presented on this page may not be fully accessible.

    Questions about the school-specific material: If you have difficulty accessing any material on this page, please contact your student’s teacher or Sarah Moges, RBHS Librarian ( ).

    Student User Names for Clever and Schoology: When at home, students use the following user name format 1[first initial middle initial last name] For example, for a student whose name is James Shelton Smith, the username would be .

    Below please find resources we gathered to help families deal with COVID-19 related challenges. In particular, please explore information in the Family Resources During School Closure folder below for resources on Housing, Employment, Food and Groceries, Health Care, Internet and WiFi Access, the Source and Schoology, Scam Alerts, and more. We update this page on a regular basis, so please come back often. [Please note that the section below has two pages; click page 2 in the bottom left-hand corner to access all the resources.]