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    Denise Juneau, Seattle Public Schools Superintendent

    Denise Juneau is the 22nd superintendent of Seattle Public Schools, beginning her tenure with the district on July 1, 2018. Throughout her career in public education, Superintendent Juneau has championed equitable access to quality education. She is deeply committed to ensuring each Seattle Public Schools student graduates ready for college, career, and community.

    Superintendent Juneau actively leverages the strengths of the district to implement effective strategies that foster student achievement. Her experience spans the spectrum of education from classroom teacher to superintendent of public instruction for the State of Montana. She is an enrolled member of the Mandan Hidatsa Tribes, and a descendant of the Blackfeet Tribe, and the Tlingit and Haida Tribes. Read Superintendent Juneau’s biography.

    Student Advisory Board to the Superintendent

    The Seattle Public Schools Student Advisory Board is formed of student representatives from each district high school. The board meets regularly with the superintendent to provide student voice, advice, and perspectives. Read more about the Student Advisory Board.

    Seattle Public Schools Strategic Plan

    In August 2018, Seattle Public Schools began the process to create a new strategic plan. The new strategic plan sets the course for the district for the next three to five years. The plan will guide how district funds are spent and which initiatives are undertaken. Read about the Seattle Public Schools strategic plan.

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