Licton Springs School plans program tours this week & in February
To attend a program tour, please stop by the school office between 9:30 and 10:30 am on one of the following days:
- Mondays, Jan. 23 and 30, Feb. 6 and 13
- Wednesday, Jan.18, Feb. 8 and 15Reservations aren’t required. (Also, student shadowing is available by appointment.)
Licton Springs K-8 is a creative, holistic, experiential learning environment that aims to nurture respect, self-discovery, and integrity. The K-8 program features a social-justice curriculum and focus on Native heritage, which aims to prepare the whole child to engage in a global community. Through project-based learning, students can attend frequent field trips and all students are invited to engage in dance through an ongoing partnership with Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB).
The Licton Springs K-8 program will move to the Robert Eagle Staff school site at 1330 N 90th St. in September. The new school, housed at the site of the former Wilson-Pacific building, is currently under construction and has been named in honor of the former principal of the Indian Heritage High School. Eagle Staff school will be the home to the Licton Springs K-8 program for elementary and middle school-aged children, as well as the Eagle Staff Middle School for students who live in the designated attendance area. (General tours of the new facility are anticipated later this year.)
To select the Licton Springs K-8 school option for your child, follow instructions available on the Seattle Schools’ page, Student Enrollment and Registration. Open enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year happens Feb. 13-24. School choice forms will be available starting Feb. 6 on the School Choice page.