The first annual school reports will be released by Seattle Public Schools (SPS) on November 9th 2010, which will provide a snapshot of school performance on common academic measures. SPS wants parents, students, and the community to know how each individual school is doing – from test scores to absence rates to student proficiency – so we all can learn from and act on the information to make our schools better.

In order to ensure excellence for all, the district needs to know how each school is currently performing and make improvement plans based upon that information. To be successful, we will need the community’s help. These school reports, which will be released annually, are meant to kick-off an ongoing community conversation about what needs to be done to make our schools better.

School report cards will be available November 9th. Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson’s will deliver State of the District Address on November 9th, 6:00-7:00pm at Mercer Middle School .

Look for upcoming regional meetings to announce the school reports, what the school district is doing to address needed changes and ways you can help by visiting Excellence for All.


  • Event: State of the District Address
  • Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2010
  • Time: 6 – 7 pm
  • Location: Mercer Middle School