PSESD’S Science Department, in partnership with Institute for Systems Biology (ISB), offered a number of four-hour workshops for STEM teachers. The powerful event connected workshop participants with practicing scientists and engineers from ISB to maximize professional development and learning. For more information on the workshops, read here or contact Cheryl Lydon, Ed.D, Science Program Manager at Puget Sound ESD, at email@example.com.
Local educators honored for excellence in education.
Puget Sound ESD and Superintendent John Welch, are excited to present our community leadership award to Kandelia!
Advancing Equitable Access to Education through King County Promise.
Celebrating Women's History Month 2022
The Board of Directors for the PSESD Learning Communities Foundation (LCF) is pleased to welcome Nancy Woodland as our new executive director.
Puget Sound College and Career Network (PSCCN) is super excited to share that King County Promise Request for Proposals (RFP) is open.
Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD) has released its annual Report to the Community highlighting the agency’s work in the 2020-2021 school year in service of its End, Success for Each Child and Eliminate the Opportunity Gap by Leading With Racial Equity.
Our 2022 Regional Districts Legislative Positions Paper represents superintendents of the Puget Sound region, representing nearly 40% of students across Washington state, 55% of whom are students of color, and our unwavering focus is on student learning and wellbeing.
Renton, WA – December 10, 2021 – This summer, Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD) announced six of the nine seats on the PSESD board were open for election.
The PSESD Native American program was chosen by the Seattle Seahawks and Boeing to be one of eight recipients of their Legion of Youth Program this season.
Come and join us to learn more about our work, and how you can support our mission of all children having access to quality early education.
Back to school is upon us, and with most students reporting in person full-time for the first time in a year and a half, students need a little extra support to help make a smooth transition.
Community Conversations with Youth of Color in South King County - Together we can return to school in ways that value and cultivate the well-being of our Youth, Families, and Educators of Color.
This fall, visits to the region’s Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. will look a little bit different. Board members and staff will be meeting with the region’s Congressional delegation virtually to share information on PSESD’s federal policy positions for 2021-22.
The state educators of the year were named by Superintendent Chris Reykdal in a ceremony livestreamed from the Museum of Popular Culture (MoPOP).
On May 19, the PSESD Board of Directors approved the selection of four student representatives to serve as the student voice for 2021–2023. This inaugural class was chosen out of 46 applicants across King and Pierce Counties, and we are very proud of their drive and initiative to serve.