Last Wednesday the Comprehensive Plan’s “road tour” made its scheduled stop at the Education, Equity and Governance Committee to discuss the future of schools in the city.
It was a pretty tepid day in Council Chamber, but here are a few interesting tidbits worth noting.
It looks like Tuesday is going to be the super interesting day in Council Chamber this week.
Early last week, the City Council sent a letter to the School Board expressing its concern over the possibility that before- and after-school childcare programs might get bumped off of school properties next year. Late last week, the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Larry Nyland, responded.
This morning Council member Rob Johnson circulated a letter to his fellow Council members asking the Seattle School Board to delay its decision on closing on-site before and after school care programs next year.
The newly-elected City Council held their first session today. Taking their oath of office, speechifying, and picking teams were all on the agenda. Continue reading City Council takes oath of office, picks Harrell as President