- Attention Students and Parents
- Canvas Information
- Instructions for Parents Accessing Canvas
- Video Conferencing Information
April 13, 2020
Dear RHS students and families,
As we now transition from optional enrichment activities to required assignments each week for all of your Trimester 3 classes, it is important that we ensure everyone knows how to access the work, where to get answers if needed, and how we are supporting you during this time of in-home learning. Please read this entire letter, as it will explain everything in full.
Updates to the RHS Website:
Following the guidance from OSPI, all Renton schools will now be providing weekly learning activities that will allow students to earn credit. Previously, our In-Home Learning page on the RHS website offered the content enrichment activities each week for each course in Trimester 3. They were not required nor would be graded. Now, our updated In-Home Learning page will provide all families with quick links to every teacher’s Canvas where they will be posting the now required three weekly learning activities.
All work will be accessed via Canvas. Students, you should all be familiar with how to log into your Canvas account, where you’ll find yourself enrolled in your Trimester 3 courses. Each week starting in 4/13/20, teachers will post 3 new learning activities/assignments for you to complete by the week’s end.
Parents, if you do not yet have access your student’s Canvas account as an observer, here are the instructions for how to get access:
1. Go to this website to create a parent observer account: https://rentonschools.instructure.com/login/canvas
2. Click on the “Parent of a Canvas User?” at the top right corner of the sign in box.
3. Enter the information to create your account. The key item you need is a Pairing Code. Your student can generate that for you from their account.
- Go to Account
- Go to Settings
- Click on Pair with an Observer
- A six-digit code is generated. It is case-sensitive. Enter this in your observer account sign-up page. Note – Pairing codes only last for 7 days. They will expire if not used within that time to create the observer account. A new code will have to be generated.
4. Teachers can also generate pairing code. Email any one of your student’s teachers if needed. Paring Codes FAQs sheet: https://s3.amazonaws.com/tr-learncanvas/docs/Mobile_PairingCodePDF.pdf
5. Questions or need help? Please use this link: https://forms.gle/BrEtS9joST9CuApf9
Online Communication with Students:
Students can now use a variety of online platforms to communicate with their teachers to get help, have questions answered, and receive feedback on their assignments. Every teacher will be available for a minimum of 2 hours each week for Office Hours where they will be able to give immediate feedback to students. Teachers will inform their students of which platform they will be using for office hours in their email communication and posted on Canvas.
Emailing teachers has been and still is an effective way to communicate with your teachers, counselor, AACs and other support staff. All staff will endeavor to respond to emails within 48 hours. Please be mindful that if you email late on a Friday night, for example, the staff member might not see it until Monday morning. You can use email to request a scheduled Zoom conference, ask for tutoring support from an AAC, check in about work, ask questions, get clarifications, and staff connected to your fellow classmates.
All staff emails can be found here: https://rentonhs.rentonschools.us/our-school/faculty
Canvas Email and Chat Room:
You can email your teachers via Canvas. Click on the Inbox icon on the left-hand dashboard and then click on the pencil icon on the upper center navigation bar to start a new email. Simply type your teacher’s last name in, and it will auto-populate their email address.
Some of your teachers may utilize Canvas Chat Rooms for Office Hours. As this is like an instant messenger platform, it has fewer limitations. Only students and staff in Canvas can access, so safety is very protected. Simply log into your instructor’s course during their office hours and click on Chat on the left-hand dashboard. You’ll then enter the group chat.
Zoom Video Conferencing:
Our letter dated on April 3, 2020 conveyed that as part of our move to distance learning, our staff can now use virtual conferencing tools with students. This communication stated that teachers could video chat with your students and see each other through the computer screen. But it strongly emphasized that for safety reasons, the following guidelines will be in place:
- RHS staff will record live video conferences with your student and other students
- The video conference must be approved in advance by a school administrator
- The video conference also must be recorded and saved in a location that is accessible by a school administrator
- Video Conferencing for classes must have at least 3 participants so as not to have one-on-one conferencing.
Moreover, if the video function is turned off for both participants, Zoom/other video conferencing tools can be used for 1-1 communication. This is an accommodation for this in-home learning time.
Last week, we shared concrete steps will all district staff that they can take to make Zoom more secure. These steps are outlined in a helpful video from Zoom has screencasts of specific strategies for how to stop “Zoom Bombing,” including:
- Be sure the “waiting room” is enabled to only admit people who are supposed to be there (it should be turned on by default)
- Consider restricting screen sharing to “host only”
- Consider restricting chatting to “host only” so that messages are only sent to the host
- Consider requiring registration to be able to see the email address of everyone that joins
- Consider generating a random meeting ID
- Consider requiring a meeting password
In addition, we are actively reviewing Zoom’s cyber security practices. Zoom is taking the cyber security concerns very seriously and is working rapidly to address them (as described in this article).
Parents and guardians can always opt out of having their student’s face recorded during any video conferencing. This does not mean that your student will not be able to participate in video conferencing; it means that the staff member hosting the video conferencing will turn off your child’s video function. The audio will still be recorded per district policy. Click here for the link to the form parents need to fill out or go to our In-Home learning page for the link.
We hope that this letter has been helpful in giving families and their students the information they need to be ready for the move to required in-home learning. As always, please reach out if you have any questions. Your student’s counselors, teachers, paras, AACS, and administrators are all working full time and are available to help.
We’re in this together.
Dr. Giovanna San Martin| Principal
Renton High School | Giovanna.firstname.lastname@example.org
Canvas is a learning platform that students use to access assignments. In order to access your students' Canvas page, a parent account and pairing code are necessary. Canvas can be accessed at: https://rentonschools.instructure.com/login/canvas
Pairing codes need to be initiated by the student. More information and frequently asked questions (FAQs) on pairing codes can be found at: https://s3.amazonaws.com/tr-learncanvas/docs/Mobile_PairingCodePDF.pdf
Video Recording Opt-Out
If you wish your child NOT to utilize the video conferencing function, please fill out the form located at https://forms.gle/gtgYkyN4XvEm2X4k7. This form does not opt your student out of participating in video conferencing with a teacher, but it does state that as parent/guardian you want the video function turned OFF during recording.
Students, please read the zoom insturctions at bit.ly/RSD-zoom-student.
Zoom instructions in other languages
- English Language Learners
- Language Arts
- Special Education, ILC
- Special Education, RLC
- High School & Beyond Plan
- Work-Site Learning
CTE is comprised of Mr. Bento, Ms. Carlucci, Mr. Clifford, Mr. Dean, Ms. Hasson, Mr. Lawlar, Mr. Mattingly, Ms. Moore, Ms. Rich, Ms. Squire, and Mr. Tonneslan. Feel free to email any of them directly for more information!
L/A ADV ELL-C
Language Arts is comprised of Ms. Barlow, Ms. Evangelista, Mr. Diaz-Ordaz, Mr. Domer, Ms. Khelghatian, Mr. Okimoto, Ms. O'Roarty, Ms. Richards, and Ms. Soule. Feel free to email any of them directly for more information!
IB LA/LIT SL-1B
LA ARTS 10-B
LA ARTS 9-B
LA ARTS 9-B (H)
APP GEN MATH 1
BRI TO MATH-B
IB MATH SL II-B
IB GLOBAL POL B
For more information or help needed with the occupational therapist (OT), physical therapist (PT), or speech-language pathologist (SLP), please visit the following page at https://www.rentonschools.us/learning-and-teaching/special-education/in-home-learning-resources-special-education
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Free meal delivery
Free Grab and Go Meals Sites
*all children up to 18yrs of age are eligible to receive a free packed breakfast/lunch meal at the sites below. Children do not need to be enroll in that school district to receive meals, but they do need to be present. Meals are “grab and go” - Students will not stay on-site to eat. For more specific details to each school district please visit their websites.
Auburn School District
For more information please visit: https://www.auburn.wednet.edu/Page/22152
· Beginning Monday, March 16 free breakfast and lunch will be given to any child ages 1-18 years at every school site. Students do not need to qualify for free or reduced lunch to receive a meal. Meals will be available for pick up at each school from 8:30-9:30 a.m. and 11:00-12:30 p.m. every weekday. Any student will be served at any school even if not enrolled in that school or in the Auburn School District.
· Meals are to be taken home, students will not be able to eat at the school site. The district can provide one breakfast and one lunch per child per day. Students can receive a breakfast and a lunch meal at the same time, but only one of each per day. If lunch is picked up during breakfast time, it will be a cold meal.
Bellevue School District
Dates: Starting Monday, March 16th through March 27th.
· Sammamish High School
100 140th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA 98005
· Lake Hills Elementary
14310 SE 12th St, Bellevue, WA 98007
· Stevenson Elementary
14220 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA 98007
For more information please visit: https://bsd405.org/services/nutrition-services/grab-go-meals/. Adults may purchase meals (breakfast $3.25; lunch $4.75). For more information contact Nutrition Services at (425) 456-4507.
Federal Way Public Schools
Dates: Starting, Monday, March 16th (meals will not be provided during spring break week, April 6-10, 2020)
· Decatur High School
· Federal Way High School,
· Thomas Jefferson High School
· Todd Beamer High School
Times: 10 a.m. and noon, Monday through Friday
For more information: Please visit www.fwps.org to view the list of locations and times the FRED bus will be available
Highline Public Schools
· Meal distribution will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
· Students will receive two days worth of meals on Monday, three days worth of meals on Wednesday and two days worth of meals on Fridays
· Families are encouraged to bring a bag to fit breakfasts and lunches for multiple days.
· Please maintain at least 6 ft between families standing in line when picking up meals
· Meals are free to every Highline student and/or any children 18 years or younger. Registration is not required. There are no forms to fill out and no names are written down.
· A student does not need to attend school at the distribution location to get meals. If your child is ill or is unable to come to the meal distribution site, you may pick up a meal for that child.
Alcove at Seahurst Apartments
14001 Ambaum Blvd SW, Burien (between buildings 2 and 4)
12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
Beverly Park Elementary
1201 S 104th St, Seattle
11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Cascade Middle School
11212 10th Ave. SW, Seattle
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
15675 Ambaum Blvd SW, Burien
12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
Glacier Middle School
2450 South 142nd Street, SeaTac
12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
Highline High School
615 S. 200th St., Des Moines (Olympic Interim Site)
11:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Madrona Elementary School
20301 32nd Ave. S., SeaTac
12:30 - 1:00 p.m.
Pacific Middle School
22705 24th Pl. S, Des Moines
12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
Parkside Elementary School
2104 S 247th St., Des Moines
12:00 - 12:30 p.m
Sylvester Middle School
16222 Sylvester Rd. SW, Burien
Tyee High School
4424 S 188th St., SeaTac
White Center Heights Elementary
10015 6th Ave SW, Seattle
12:30 - 1:00 p.m.
Issaquah School District
For more information please visit: https://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/news-details/2020/03/13/community-resources-during-school-closures
Location: Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank: 179 1st Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027
- Prepared bags of food will be provided for pick up, drive through style.
Kent School District
Throughout the school closure, Kent School District will continue to feed all children in our community, up to ate 18, whether they are on the Free or Reduced Meal program or not. This includes students that do not attend KSD schools.
· No Student will be turned away.
· Children do not have to be present for someone to pick up a meal for them.
Meals are available at select schools, community partner sites, and bus stops across our district every Monday. During the week of Memorial Day, May 25, meals will be available at the same times and locations on Tuesday, May 26.
One Box = 10 meals for every child
Please visit one of our drive-through or walk-up sites to pick up a box of meals for each child in your household. Each box contains:
· 5 breakfast meals
· 5 lunch meals
· Menu with instructions for refrigerating and heating the items inside
These boxes are medium-sized (16” by 10” by 10”) You are welcome to bring your own wagon, bag or stroller to carry them home.
Bus Stop Pick-Up
Walk up to the school bus to pick up meals.
- Alderbrook Apartments (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 300 Novak Lane, Kent
- Grandview Apartments (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 3900 Veterans Drive, Kent
- Parkwood Apartments (10:00-10:30 a.m.): 26435 104th Avenue SE, Kent
- Phoenix Court Apartments (11:00-11:30 a.m.): 23913 111th Place SE, Kent
- Polaris Apartments Covington (10:00-10:30 a.m.): 17110 SE 276th Street, Covington
- The Outreach Center (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 26024 111th Avenue SE, Kent
Drive-Through Parking Lot Pick-Up
Drive through the parking lot to pick up meals from your car.
- Carriage Crest Elementary (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 18235 140th Avenue SE, Renton
- Cedar Heights Middle School (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 19640 SE 272nd Street, Covington
- Covington Elementary (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 25811 156th Avenue SE Covington
- Kent Elementary (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 24700 64th Avenue S, Kent
- Kent-Meridian High School (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 10020 SE 256th Street, Kent
- Kent YMCA (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 10828 SE 248th Street, Kent, (253) 859-2357
- Kentridge High School (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 12430 SE 208th Street, Kent
- Neely-O'Brien Elementary (10:00-11:00 a.m.): 6300 S 236th Street, Kent
Youth Center Pick-Up
Walk up to the youth center to pick up meals. Youth center schedules are not managed or staffed by Kent School District and are subject to change. Please call your local site for more information.
- Birch Creek Youth Center (12:00-1:00 p.m.): 12910 SE 273rd Street, Kent, (206) 263-2460
- Cascade Youth Center (12:00-1:00 p.m.): 20524 106th Ave SE, Kent, (253) 859-2357
- Valli Kee Youth Center (12:00-1:00 p.m.): 23401 104th Ave SE, Kent, (253) 859-0300
All locations are subject to change, for the most up to date information please visit: The Kent School District website at https://www.kent.k12.wa.us/Page/12170
Lake Washington School District
For more information please visit: https://www.lwsd.org/programs-and-services/health-services/coronavirus-information
Renton Public Schools
Dates: Beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Times: 11:00 to 12:00 daily during the school week
Locations: In front of each Renton School
· Green Tree/Park Hill, 6900 S 125th St, Seattle
· Creston Point, 13445 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Seattle
· Royal Hills, 3000 Royal Hills Dr SE, Renton
· Stonebrook, 12210 SE Petrovitsky Rd, Renton
For more information please visit: The Renton School District website has been updated: https://www.rentonschools.us/students-families
Seattle Public Schools
Date: Beginning Monday, March 16, Monday through Friday, 11a.m.-1.p.m.
· Grab and go meals are available for students, but students cannot stay at the school to eat them because of social distancing guidance from state and local health agencies.
· Details about lunch location provided below, if you need accessibility support, staff are available to provide access to another entrance or bring the food outside. Below are student meal distribution sites and specific directions on where to pick up at each school.
Southeast School Sites
Dunlap Elementary School (Google map)
4525 S Cloverdale St Seattle, WA 98118
Enter and exit through main entrance from Cloverdale Street. Lunchroom will be down the hall on the right. Side doors leading directly into lunchroom may also be used.
Emerson Elementary School (Google map)
9709 60th Ave S Seattle, WA 98118
Enter and exit through doors near kitchen facing South Pilgrim Street. Lunchroom is immediately to the right upon entry.
Franklin High School (Google map)
3013 S Mt Baker Blvd Seattle, WA 98144
Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of the building facing Mount Baker Boulevard.
Aki Kurose Middle School (Google map)
3928 S Graham St Seattle, WA 98118
If serving outside building: Enter rear driveway from 39th Avenue, pick up food near center of building, exit on 42nd Avenue.
If serving inside building: Enter/Exit through the door facing Graham Street at the southeast corner of the building. Cafeteria will be immediately across the hall to the left after entering.
Mercer Middle School (Google map)
1600 S Columbian Way Seattle, WA 98108
Enter and exit through main entrance of east building (there are two building on the campus). Cafeteria will be across the hall to the right.
Rainier Beach High School (Google map)
8815 Seward Park Ave S Seattle, WA 98118
Enter and exit through main entrance doors facing Seward Park Avenue. Lunchroom will be straight ahead on the left.
Rainier View Elementary School (Google map)
11650 Beacon Ave S Seattle, WA 98178
Enter and exit through doors facing 56th Avenue South on the southeast side of the building. Lunchroom will be immediately to the right.
Rising Star @ African American Academy (Formerly Van Asselt Elementary) (Google map)
8311 Beacon Ave S Seattle, WA 98118
Enter and exit through cafeteria doors on the west side of the building, near the northwest corner.
West Seattle and Southwest School Sites
Concord International Elementary School (Google map)
723 S Concord St Seattle, WA 98108
Enter and exit through doors facing Concord Street of enclosed hallway connecting cafeteria and main building. Cafeteria will be immediately to the left upon entry.
Denny International Middle School (Google map)
2601 SW Kenyon St Seattle, WA 98126
Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.
Chief Sealth International High School (Google map)
2600 SW Thistle St Seattle, WA 98126
Enter and exit through galleria doors on either south or north side of building.
West Seattle Elementary School (Google map)
6760 34th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126
Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. After taking a right, the lunchroom will be on the left.
West Seattle High School (Google map)
3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116
Enter and exit through courtyard doors on west side of building facing California Avenue. Cafeteria will be across the hall on toward the left.
Central District School Sites
Lowell Elementary School (Google map)
1058 E Mercer St Seattle, WA 98102
Enter and exit through lunchroom door facing 11th Avenue East near the center of the building.
Bailey Gatzert Elementary School (Google map)
1301 E Yesler Way Seattle, WA 98122
Enter and exit through main entrance on Yesler Way. Cafeteria is directly ahead upon entry.
Thurgood Marshall Elementary School (Google map)
2401 S Irving St Seattle, WA 98144
Enter and exit through doors on west side of building near drive-up/parking area. Lunchroom will be to the right after entry.
Meany Middle School (Google map)
301 21st Ave E Seattle, WA 98112
Enter and exit through main entrance doors on southeast corner of building fading 21st Avenue. After taking a right turn, the lunchroom will be down the hall to the left.
Seattle World School (Google map)
1700 E. Union St. Seattle, WA 98122
Enter and exit through doors on southeast corner of building. Lunchroom will be straight ahead on the left hand side of the hallway.
Queen Anne and Magnolia School Sites
Catharine Blaine K-8 (Google map)
2550 34th Ave W Seattle, WA 98199
Enter and exit through the cafeteria doors facing 34th Avenue West.
McClure Middle School (Google map)
1915 1st Ave W Seattle, WA 98119
Enter and exit through main entrance on north side of building. Cafeteria across hall on left after entering.
Northeast School Sites
Eckstein Middle School (Google map)
3003 NE 75th St Seattle, WA 98115
Enter and exit from courtyard area near portables through cafeteria doors on east side of building.
Nathan Hale High School (Google map)
10750 30th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98125
Enter and exit through main entrance door on west side of building facing 30th Avenue. Cafeteria will be down the hall on the right.
Olympic Hills Elementary (Google map)
13018 20th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98125
Entrance and exit through door near southwest corner of building facing Northeast 130th Street drive-up area.
Northwest School Sites
Ballard High School (Google map)
1418 NW 65th St Seattle, WA 98117
Enter and exit through the east doors near portables/courtyard into commons area.
Broadview-Thomson K-8 (Google map)
13052 Greenwood Ave N Seattle, WA 98133
Enter and exit through door at northwest corner of building, facing Greenwood Avenue. Cafeteria will be directly ahead across the hall.
Robert Eagle Staff Middle School (Google map)
1330 N 90th St Seattle, WA 98103
Enter and exit from the east side of the building through cafeteria doors on courtyard.
Tacoma Public Schools
Tukwila School District
Dates: Beginning Monday, March 16th through Friday April 24th
Location: At regular schedule school bus stops.
· The Tukwila School District Transportation Department is now “TUKWILA FRESH”. “Tukwila Fresh” will be delivering breakfast and lunch to all children aged 18 and under, at any Tukwila School District bus stop, at regularly scheduled morning pick up times, Monday through Friday.
· Free Breakfast and Lunch Services for Bus Riders
If you miss the bus delivery, please go to any Tukwila School District school for distribution of free breakfast and lunch between, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
· Free Breakfast and Lunch Services for Walkers
“Tukwila Fresh” will be delivering free breakfast and lunch to all children aged 18 and under, at any Tukwila School District school between 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
· Student & Parent Safety
Please form a single file line at the bus stop. Wait for the school bus door to open before you approach the bus. A food service person will be standing in the door of the bus and will hand you your meals. Please take a bags and walk safely and quickly away from the bus to a safe location.
For more information please visit: the district website at www.tukwilaschools.org for the bus stop locations and morning pick up times. If you need additional assistance, please call 206-901-8050.
Brandon Gochanour, Tech Resource Specialist, Email
CHROMEBOOK WONT TURN ON
IS IT CHARGED?
Double check the charger is plugged into an active electrical socket. Sometimes, outlets have a switch on the wall that need to be in the "On" position, make sure it is on.
Does the charger have a good connection?
There are two inlets on the laptop, one on each side of the laptop. If one side is not working, try the other side.
Is there a Red Light on the left side of the laptop?
If there isn’t any light then let it sit charging in an active electrical outlet for 10 minutes. If no light appears you may have other issues, email Mr. Gochanour.
My Chromebook has a green light, but won’t turn on.
Do a hard restart: Hold the power button for about 30 seconds, release the power button, wait about 15 seconds, and then push the power button again to restart.
My SCREEN IS FROZEN.
Do a hard restart-Hold the power button until the screen goes black. You will need to hold the power button about 30 seconds. When the screen goes black then press the power button once again to restart.
Logging into online resources
I am having ISSUES LOGGING INTO CANVAS.
Make sure you are logging in through the Renton School District login portal. You can find this at the top right of the Renton School District website at https://rentonschools.us/. If you are not automatically logged in, you will use the same login you use to log into your Chromebook. You will be brought to a page that has all of your apps, including Canvas. If you are using Canvas on your phone, the log in is just your user name of fir.las000 (leave OFF the @rentonstudent.us portion), and your regular computer password.
i CAN'T REMEMBER my PASSWORD TO OFFICE OR CAREER CRUISING.
Restart your computer, navigate to the RSD login portal/”hello ID”. Click on the tile for the app you are needing to log into. You should already be logged in. If your Chromebook is Broken or you have tried the applicable tips above, please email Mr. Gochanour for more help.
Nothing is working. CAN I SUBMIT A REPAIR REQUEST?
Please email Brandon.Gochanour@rentonschools.us for one-on-one help!
Helping Children Cope with Changes from Covid 19
For more information on help with coping with the Covid 19 pandemic, please visit https://www.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/resources-and-podcasts/school-climate-safety-and-crisis/health-crisis-resources/helping-children-cope-with-changes-resulting-from-covid-19
- Renton Area Covid-19 Fund (CISR) still has funds available. Discuss needs with family, refer families to longer term supports, and send specific funding requests to Lorenza Scott.
- Rental Assistance Programs Seattle/King County
- Vine Maple Place Stable Families Program Application
- The Plate Fund help for displaced restaurant workers
- Puget Sound Energy Covid Assistance Funds
- United Way King County Rental Assistance application on pause. https://www.uwkc.org/renthelp/
- Stimulus checks are going out (US citizens and permanent residents only). https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment. Folks who have not filed their 2018 or 2019 returns should in order to get their stimulus check. Non-filers need to fill out an online form.
- Funders continue to send fund to area agencies. Available funds change daily. Recent recipients include Vine Maple Place, DAWN, Restoration Ministries, Somali Education Board, Babies of Homelessness, REACH, among others. Encourage your favorite Renton area organizations to apply to Renton Regional Community Foundation and RIZP grants.
- Resources for homeless veteran families YWCA.
- South King Food Fighters are delivering meals in Renton and Tukwila. Have families fill out this form.
- Some school districts moving to 1 or 2 day a week bulk distribution. Let your out-of-district families know. (Highline, Kent, and maybe more). Most current area district “grab-and-go” sites attached.
- Skyway food distribution Saturday, April 18, 10:15, Restoration House Ministries NW, 7817 S 125th St, Seattle, WA 98178.
- Amazon Fresh SNAP / EBT delivery
Resources for Immigrants/Undocumented
- One America Resource List
- Mutual Aid Solidarity Network Request Support Form (serves all our zip codes plus as far south as Puyallup and as far north as Marysville)
- Covid-19 Relief Fund for Undocumented Individuals in Washington State
- The Plate Fund Assistance for King County Restaurant Workers (Spanish)
- Helping Hands in Washington Facebook group
- Resources for Undocumented Communities Google Sheet
Resources by Service Providers
The Accelerator YMCA has created a list of resources to serve as a resource hub working with youth, young adults and their families, as they collectively respond to ongoing community needs. Here you will find compiled resources in the following areas: COVID-19, Service Adjustments, Food/Supply, Housing/Utilities, Financial, Employment, Healthcare/Health Insurance, Crisis Support/Mental Health, Self-Care, Parenting/Fostering, Childcare, Schooling/Learning, Legal Support, Domestic Violence Resources, and other Community Resource Lists. The majority of these resources are located in King County, WA. Please visit https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KA7alYa9chGE7Y4bhnK5ssldnwgcFbjwidWcBurDFjQ/ for more information.