Green Lake Elementary
Action alert! Please advocate for more funding for our public schools
1/9/2024 10:19 am
An important action alert from
All Together for Seattle Schools
The Green Lake Elementary PTA advocates for legislative priorities that align with our mission and values, as well as that of the Washington State PTA of which we are a member.
For more on advocacy, view this page from the Washington State PTA.
We need a PTA Advocacy Rep!
If you are interested in tracking and sharing advocacy opportunities for our community please contact us ASAP. PTApresident@greenlakedragons.org
**ACTION ALERT!! The Washington State Legislature is in session as of 1/8/2024!
Please see below for what support is needed NOW for reaching out to the Washington State Legislature to request more funding for public schools.
Schools across Washington State, including Seattle Public Schools, face growing structural budget deficits that threaten to cause huge cuts and even school closures. Seattle's projected deficit for next year is $105 million. Our state legislature can prevent this by taking action to fully fund public education during this legislative session.
Here’s what you can do now:
First, identify your legislators (link) and find their contact info
Read the one-pager with messaging you can use or link to here.
Or use this form email that you can personalize
Share your input with your school board directors, urging them advocate to the legislature for more school funding
Email the Seattle School Board or yours if you are in a different district
About All Together for Seattle Schools: We are a group of parents, educators, and community members who support K-12 public education. Amply funded public schools benefit all of us, because educating today’s students is an investment in our state’s collective future.
We are a grassroots network of public school parents, mostly in Seattle. A core group of volunteers has been mobilizing since late October, and we have a big lift ahead of us over the next few months and beyond. Our main priority is to educate and mobilize public school families so that they will be heard by district and state decision-makers.
Reach out to us!
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2022-23 School Year Welcome & Info, from Principal Klainer
8/21/2022 12:52 pm
The 2022-23 school year is about to begin! Please read this message from our Principal Amy Klainer for important information regarding start-of-school.
Volunteer Appreciation, 2021-2022
7/7/2022 4:30 pm
Our school would be nothing without the incredible service of our staff, educators, and volunteers. We held a Volunteer Appreciation assembly at the end of the 2021-2022 school year to honor some pretty amazing folks as they move on from our community, hopefully to even bigger and better things!Read More
After School Enrichment 2022-23: It's Complicated
7/7/2022 3:21 pm
Green Lake Elementary prides itself on providing fun and enriching after-school activities for our students. In years past, we've had everything from golf to coding to cooking to chess taking place in the hour after school ends each day.
The pandemic brought after school enrichment to a grinding halt. We want to bring these programs back as soon as we possibly can, but it may take some time: our vendors need to apply with the District, and as with so many other things the processes are changing and much is still up in the air.
School Supplies: Read this first before you buy!
7/7/2022 3:05 pm
For the 2022-23 school year, GLES will be purchasing essential school supplies in bulk, and will be asking families who can afford it to pay $25/student to cover costs. This will also include the Yearbook, which will be made and printed in-house for next year.
12/1/2021 9:19 am
Holiday Tree Sale!
Our Annual Holiday Tree Sale is our most festive fundraiser of the year! We will host the sale at the Phinney Center lower parking lot again this year (6615 Dayton Ave N.) from November 26th - December 12th.
Sunday: 10am-7pmRead More
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- Monday, April 8
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- Thursday, April 11
- Friday, April 12
- Monday, May 27