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Puget Sound ESD Announces 2018-19 Federal Policy Positions

This fall, Puget Sound ESD Superintendent, Board members, early learning parents and staff are visiting the region’s Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. to share information on federal policy positions.  Our positions include:

  • Support for Immigrant and Refugee Students and Families, including opposition to the proposed public charge rule that would penalize taxpaying immigrant families for meeting their basic needs.
  • School Safety and Student Wellness, including measures to prevent gun violence, support social emotional learning and mental health, and address the opioid epidemic.
  • Early Learning, including increasing the number of early learning opportunities to fully meet our region’s need and to increase early educator salaries.
  • Education Funding, including support for 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Head Start, and the educator and school leader pipeline.

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AESD School Accreditation Services

Learn how AESD Accreditation aligns with School Improvement Planning and can help your school to provide the most value for your students.

LIT Interns

High school students are invited to learn with us and influence the work of the organization into the future. Interns will be part of LIT (Leaders in Training), and participate in learning and leadership sessions with other interns

Interns are compensated $15/hour and need to have transportation to meeting locations and worksite. Internships are held at PSESD (800 Oakesdale Avenue SW, Renton, 98057). 
A transportation stipend of $100 is provided.

Welcoming Balloons

The Association of Educational Service Agencies (AESA) is a professional organization serving educational service agencies (ESAs) in 45 states; there are 553 agencies nationwide. AESA is in the position to reach well over 80% of the public school districts, over 83% of the private schools, over 80% certified teachers, and more than 80% non-certified school employees, and well over 80% public and private school students. Annual budgets for ESAs total approximately $15  billion.

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Children Reading

We are on track for school budget cuts that disproportionately hurt students of color and those who are living in poverty — the very students who are negatively impacted by the opportunity gap we are all striving to close.

2019 Classified School Employee of the Year. Nominate Onlin

Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD) is now accepting nominations for the 2019 PSESD Classified School Employee of the Year. This annual award recognizes and honors the work of school and district classified staff. PSESD’s Regional Classified School Employee of the Year will serve as one of nine finalists for OSPI’s annual statewide award, which will be announced in the spring.

Read More about 2019 Classified School Employee of the Year Nominations