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    Monday, May 18th is a day off to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Check out one of these books we have in the LHE Dr MLK JR. Collection.

    Listen to my read aloud of Be A King by Carole Boston Weatherford and James E. Ransome. 



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    Should you need assistance with your new device, click on the page for SPS Technology Supports for Families.  You will find  FAQs, tutorials for all of the apps and all of the answers to your questions!

    Should you have trouble with your device you can go to one of the followingTechnology Support Center locations without an appointment. Pick the location and time that best suits your needs.  We have heard from a couple of families that the process was quick and their problems were fixed!

    A full list of Technology Support Centers can be found here.  The two closest sites are:

    Nathan Hale High School
    10750 30th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98125
    Entrance is on 110th street near the athletic field. Parking is available on 110th.
    Mondays and Wednesdays: 11AM - 6PM
    Closed for Lunch: 1:30-2:30
    Phone = 206-252-2856

    John Marshall Alternative High
    520 NE Ravenna Blvd, Seattle, WA 98115
    Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
    Closed for Lunch 11 - 11:30
    Phone = 206-252-3659


    Are you looking for digital materials? 

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    SPS students have access to a host of Seattle Public Library's amazing digital resources just by using their SPS ID#.  Check out the training videos here:

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    What do you want from the Library during Remote Learning?  

    Please take this short SURVEY to let me know how I can improve LHE's Library Services!

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    Book of the Week

    This week's read-aloud, is No Two Alike written and illustrated by Keith Baker.  This rhyming book takes us on a  journey through winter where everything, and everywhere is wonderfully unique from the branches and the leaves to the forest and the trees.  I have paired it with WCCPBA nominee Ogilvy to focus on individuality.  Click on the book cover and enjoy. 

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    What's my login for Destiny?

    Username:  Use your SPS username WITHOUT the @seattleschools.org

    Password:  Use your birthdate. 

    K-4 students use the first 4 digits: mmdd 

    5th graders use all 8 digits of their birthdate: mmddyyyy

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    Check out some of these eBooks from SPL!

    LGBTQ Picture Books

    LGBTQ Fiction Chapter Books and Graphic Novels

    Click on the bookcover to download the book!  This informative and accessible guide for young readers defines the coronavirus, explains why everyday routines have been disrupted, and lays out how everyone can do their part to help. With child-appropriate answers and explanations, the book addresses several key questions.



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    SPS Online Resources

    Seattle Public Schools has made so many valuable resources available to its students at school or from home. The entire Microsoft Office 365 suite is available for student use.

    This includes:  Word, Excel, Power Point, and One Drive for saving/storing files.

    Students will be prompted to login with their unique SPS username and password for access.  

    You will be prompted for a username/password for some resources when not on a district computer. This is not your student’s unique login, but a generic login for all SPS students. The username is: studentsps   The password is: access   

    SPS Username and Password Troubleshooting