Jaguar News: May 3, 2019

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May 03, 2019

Important Upcoming Dates

May 4 – Track meet (@NEAC/Hale) 10:30am-1:30pm

May 4 – Girls Volleyball games
JVC vs. Blaine (@Washington) 8:00am
Varsity vs. McClure (@Eagle Staff) 11:00am
JV vs. McClure (@Eagle Staff) 12:30pm

May 4 – Boys Soccer games
JVC vs. Eckstein (@Garfield) 9:30am
Varsity vs. Aki Kurose (@Eagle Staff) 11:00am
JV vs. Aki Kurose (@Eagle Staff) 2:00pm

May 4 – Big Cat Ultimate games
B team vs. Whitman (@Magnuson 6B) 9:00am
6th grade team vs. Hamilton (@Van Asselt #2) 1:00pm
C team vs. Washington (@Magnuson 6A) 1:30pm
A team vs. Eagle Staff (@Magnuson 6B) 3:00pm

May 4 – Beauty and the Beast musical (JAMS auditorium) 2:00pm and 7:00pm

May 4 – Award nomination deadline Nominate now!

May 7 – Staff Appreciation Sign up!

May 10 – Beauty and the Beast musical (JAMS auditorium) 7:00pm

May 11 – Beauty and the Beast musical (JAMS auditorium) 2:00pm

May 13 – JAMS PTSA board meeting (JAMS library) 7:00pm

May 16 – Family Education (Topic: Sexuality, Relationships and Consent) & JAMS PTSA general meeting (JAMS library) 7:00pm

May 18 – Environmental Stewardship day 10:00am-2:00pm Sign up!

May 18 – Chipotle fundraiser to benefit JAMS PTSA Community Stair Project 5:00-9:00pm

Save these dates:
June 21 – 8th grade promotion
June 25 & 26 (half of class each day) – 7th grade field trip to Wing Luke Museum **DATE CORRECTION**
June 26 – 8th grade field trip to Lynnwood Skate and Bowl **DATE CORRECTION**
June 27 – Last day of school

JAMS School calendar
SPS sports schedules

JAMS PTSA 2019-20 Executive committee nominees

**NEW**  The 2019 Jane Addams Middle School (JAMS) PTSA nominating committee places the following names into nomination for the 2019-20 JAMS PTSA Executive Committee:

President: Maggie Sweeney
Vice President: Ana Braxton
Legislative Vice President: Rumei Mistry
Treasurer: Beth Sharlin
Secretary: Tara Carey

The elections for these positions will be held at the JAMS PTSA General meeting on May 16 at 7:00pm in the JAMS Library.

Respectfully submitted by Erik Macki, Samrita Dungel and Anna Marshall, JAMS PTSA 2019 Nominating Committee

Tell us about an amazing volunteer or educator by May 4

**NEW**  Time is running out to nominate an outstanding educator or volunteer for the Golden Apple or Golden Acorn award. The Outstanding Educator Award (Golden Apple) recognizes an individual who makes significant contributions that enhance the education and development of children and youth. The Golden Acorn Award recognizes a volunteer who has given outstanding service to the school community.

To nominate a candidate(s), please complete our Golden Acorn / Educator Nomination Form online (, send an e-mail with your choice (and why) to, or pick up, complete, and return your nomination form in the main office. You may nominate multiple people if you wish (please complete a nomination form separately for each nominee).

Nominations are being accepted until May 4, 2019. **TOMORROW** Thanks for participating and helping us recognize people in our community who go above and beyond expectations.

Environmental Stewardship Day May 18

The 3rd Annual Environmental Stewardship Day is Saturday, May 18, from 10:00am to 2:00pm.

Please join us to complete several outdoor projects at JAMS and Nathan Hale. As in years past we will be joined by volunteers from Nathan Hale high school and Bethany Community Church NE.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided to help fuel our efforts. If you register through the link below you will be automatically entered in our prize drawing! Questions can be directed to Colleen at

Staff Appreciation May 7

**NEXT WEEK**  Tuesday, May 7, is National Teacher Appreciation Day!  Let’s show our Jane Addams staff some love!  See the Sign Up Genius link for ways to help.  We will be providing brunch for staff on Tuesday but also “stocking the staff room” with grab & go snacks and drinks all week.   Feel free to contact Andrea Bergan with questions at

Homework help after school at JAMS

**NEW** Every Tuesday and Thursday, the JAMS library will be open after school until 5:20pm with Nathan Hale tutors available to work with students. Library space, computers, printer, and supplies available. Students can come in to get help with homework or work on projects. Questions? Contact librarian Laurie Amster-Burton (

Parent education and JAMS PTSA meeting May 16

**NEW**  Please attend the next Parent education event and JAMS PTSA general meeting on May 16 at 7:00pm in the JAMS library.  After some brief but important PTSA business, we will hear a review of the most recent Healthy Youth Survey results for JAMS and the district, and learn how to talk to your student about sexuality, healthy relationships and consent. Don’t miss this important discussion!

TAJA presents…Beauty and the Beast Jr.

Save the date: Eat for Change

Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support JAMS PTSA Community Stair Project. Come in to the Chipotle at 12725 Lake City Way NE in Seattle on May 18 between 5:00pm and 9:00pm. Tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause and 33% of the proceeds of your order will be donated to the JAMS PTSA Community Stair Project.

Engraved tile: a lasting gift

Looking for a graduation gift idea? The JAMSDREAMBIG committee is spearheading a campaign to replace the “slippery slope” in front of the school with a stairway and a seat wall. The Jane Addams Community Stair Project seat wall will include commemorative tiles.  Purchase an engraved tile for your student or family, a teacher, coach, team or any other JAMS group!  It’s a great way to leave a lasting mark at JAMS! Visit to donate.

Fill your summer with the sound of music!

Summer Music OpportunitiesSummer is just around the corner and there are many great summer music camps in the area. Our wonderful JAMS Music Department has gathered some great information about local summer music opportunities.  A full list is available on the FOJAM website

JAMS will be hosting the SPS Summer Music Program!

The SPS Summer Music Program will be at JAMS this year!  All students entering 5-9 grade are encouraged to attend.

Seattle Public Schools Information

**NEW**  SPS budget update

The Legislative session in Olympia ended on Sunday, April 28. Due to the Legislature’s actions, beginning in 2020, Seattle will be able to collect $3,000 per student from local, voter-approved funds. This will restore 12.2 million dollars directly to classrooms in the 2019-20 school year, with an estimated total increase in revenue of 16 million dollars and 28 million additional dollars to the district beginning with the 2020-21 school year. We want to thank the Seattle Legislative Delegation for their leadership on restoring this much needed local levy authority.

This restored revenue, along with increased flexibility to use capital funds for maintenance costs, will help us address some of the 40-million-dollar budget shortfall for school year 2019-20 and support restoration of the most critical supports for our students – our school-based staff.

Next year’s school-based cuts including librarians, counselors, and assistant principals, made due to the 2019-20 budget shortfall, will be restored. Other budget reductions, including those to the central office, will move forward.

Community Events and Programs

**NEW**  SPL Robotics Demonstration And Hands On Practice

Sunday, May 5, 2019, 2 – 4 p.m.
Northeast library 6801 35th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98115

Join robotics team 404 Page Not Found for a robot demonstration and chance to help build and operate a Lego Mindstorms robot.

This is a robotics workshop about the basics of robotics, engineering, and programing. What better way to learn than with Legos? Welcome to all kids in elementary and middle school grades, our workshop will have students designing and building a robot using Lego Mindstorms kits and driving their robot on an obstacle course. The workshop is lead by robotics team, Error 404 Page Not Found, current high school Juniors. The team just finished their district competition and has been together since 5th grade. Open to all levels of experience!

Library events and programs are free and everyone is welcome. Registration is not required.

**NEW**  Engineering Summer Enrichment at Roosevelt High School

July 8 to August 2 from 11:30am to 4:15pm

  • Open to incoming 9th graders
  • High school level content
  • Industry standard software
  • No cost to you

Taking this summer class will allow an incoming Roosevelt freshman to bypass the prerequisite introduction course and start freshman year with more advanced classes.  This course is also open to Hale students — and is the only opportunity for them to take an engineering course, as there are none offered at Hale.

Don’t delay — enrollment is limited!

Contact Karl Ruff at or 206-252-4847

**NEW**  Ballard High School Playmakers tackle gun violence in ‘Bang Bang You’re Dead!’ and ‘Eric LaRue’

May 9-11 and 16-18, 2019

Bang Bang You’re Dead! was first produced at Thurston High School in Springfield, Ore., where a fatal shooting took place the previous year. It opens in character Josh’s cell after he has killed his parents and five classmates. The ghosts of the classmates demand to know why he killed them.

Eric LaRue is the story of Janice LaRue, the mother of Eric, a 17-year-old boy who shot and killed three of his classmates in school. Three months after Eric is jailed, Janice has not yet gone to see him or found a way to show herself in her community.

The cast features 19 BHS students, and the play is directed by Joe Lambright.

Performance Details
The performances will be on May 9, 10, 11, 16, 17 and 18 at Ballard High School, 1418 NW 65th Street, Seattle, Washington, 98117. The performances begin at 7:30 pm.

***Parental advisory due to subject matter*** Reserved seating tickets are available for purchase at Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students/seniors.


UW Aquatic Science Open House

When: May 4th, 2019 from 1-4 pm
Locations: Fishery Sciences Building (FSH), 1122 Boat Street, Seattle, WA 98105
Ocean Sciences Building (OSB), 1492 NE Boat St, Seattle, WA 98105
Cost: FREE!

Come join us for a free and family-friendly afternoon of hands-on learning at Our Watery World, the second annual aquatic science open house at the UW to celebrate science and research that relates to water. We will have tours of the UW Fish Collection, the Research Vessel Rachel Carson, and real working science labs at the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and School of Oceanography. We will also have hands-on activities led by current UW students, staff, postdocs and faculty across the College of the Environment and by organizations from the greater Seattle area, which will give you an opportunity to get your hands wet and learn about the aquatic science happening right here in Seattle — covering everything from freshwater to oceans, microscopic microbes to whales, and everything in between!

JAMS families – don’t miss the Hale Musical

We invite you to come see Nathan Hale’s Spring Musical:   “Crazy for You”

Come cheer on many JAMS graduates on the high school stage at this fast paced dance extravaganza!

“Crazy For You, the classic tale of a boy, a girl, and a theater in need of a dream come true. In a world of showgirls and cowboys,  a city boy and a country girl reconcile their differences, fall in love, and save a theater the old-fashioned way. In which lays the foundation for career success, new relationships, and true love.”

  • Tickets go on sale:  4/6
  • Performance Dates:  5/2, 5/3, 5/4, 5/10, 5/11 @ 7:00 p.m.
  • Matinee:  5/11 @ 2:00 p.m.

Information and Tickets Available at:

**NEW**  Roughrider Girls Summer Hoop Camp

July 8 to 11

Mini-Hooper Camp: 1st-6th grades, 9:00 –Noon

Advanced Hoop Camp: 7th-9th grades, 1-4pm

Take your game to the next level with Roosevelt High School’s coaches and players. Participants will learn and practice skills to help them shoot more effectively, handle the ball under pressure, make good decisions on offense and defense, and gain more understanding of position specific skills. We will put all the skill development into play during daily scrimmages.

Neighbor Day May 4

Mark your calendars and join us in celebrating Seattle’s 25th Annual Neighbor Day on Saturday, May 4. Yes, it is a bit later this year. We decided to move it into Spring in hopes of taking advantage of nicer weather while also giving people more time to plan!

Neighbor Day is a special day set aside to reach out to neighbors, make new friends, and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood and community a great place to live. We encourage all Seattle residents to celebrate this day by indulging in random acts of kindness. Residents, businesses, or community groups are all invited to participate however they like. The main goal is simply to reach out and connect with your neighbors through generosity.

We will make it as easy as possible for you to participate! Stay tuned for a list of ideas and resources that can help you plan your Neighbor Day event or activity.

In the meantime, save the date and start thinking about how you want to celebrate.

If you have any questions or want to bounce ideas off someone, contact Neighbor Day coordinator Sam Read at

For more information on Neighbor Day, please visit our website at

Nathan Hale Horticulture and Urban Farm Edible and Ornamental Plant Sale 2019

Early Bird Sale on Friday May 10 from 4 to 8 PM: Get Tickets Here
Main Sale on Saturday May 11 from 9 AM to 3 PM
Located north of 110th Street between 31st and 34th Aves NE, behind JAMS
For more information, including a plant list, visit our website:

**NEW**  Mindfulness and Yoga for Teens and Tweens

A yoga & mindfulness series designed specifically for teens & tweens to teach them life skills to cope with the stress and anxiety of growing up. They will learn how to relax their minds and strengthen their bodies by an introduction to the principles of Mindfulness and the eight limbs of yoga. Relaxation and postural techniques will be taught as well as meditative practices including connecting with the breath and learning to pay attention to what is.

TWEENS & TEENS (6th – 10th grade) Wednesdays 3:30-4:45pm, May 15 – June 19, $108

KIDS (2nd – 5th grade): Mondays 4-5pm, May 6 – June 24 (no class 5/27), $99

Seattle School of Aikido: 3422 NE 55th Street
Karen “Karb” Bullard
RYT E-200, RYT 500
Certified Mindfulness Instructor

To register, email or phone 206.465.5477

Information for incoming Roosevelt football players

Welcome to another great year of Roosevelt Football, go Rough Riders! We look forward to a very competitive, exciting and fun football campaign in 2019. All paperwork is now on-line on the Roosevelt website, please take the time and effort to download and fill out the needed paperwork and pay for all fees. Please return all completed paperwork to Mrs. Downing in the main office at Roosevelt High School beginning May 1. All in coming 8th graders will need to pay for all fees with a check made out to Roosevelt High school and hand it in to the main office at Roosevelt.  There are few up coming dates that are very important for all incoming and returning Roosevelt Football players.

Thursday, May 23, 4:30-6pm (6:15– 7:00 for family BBQ):

  • All-comers spring kick-off meeting & BBQ; RHS football field: All potential 2018 players and families are invited, NO COMMITMENT REQUIRED. Intro to the program, meet the coaches and other players and learn about upcoming events. Enjoy a Roughrider family BBQ. What players need to bring: Cleats, Athletic Shoes, Shorts, Sweatshirt and Positive Attitude. Non-contact workout

May 28 & 29: 9th Graders IMPACT TESTING

  • May 28 at  4:15pm all incoming 8th graders will meet in the library and go through baseline impact testing.
  • May 29 at 5:30pm all incoming 8th grades who did not impact test on May 28 will meet in the library and go through impact testing. What players need to bring: Just themselves and a patient  good attitude.

May 29: All returning players

May 30 and 31: All retuning players + incoming freshmen, current 8th graders

  • Gear Handout at Roosevelt: Receive all your gear for football: Helmet, shoulder pads, girdle, practice jersey & pants, knee pads, belt and locker. What players need to bring: Yourself, patience and a great attitude.

June 3: Spring Practice Begins!!!

  • All registered 2018 players. Full practice: begin learning the playbook, make impression on position coaches and gain invaluable extra experience. OPTIONAL, BUT ENCOURAGED. To participate, ALL paperwork and fees must be paid and submitted to the RHS main office. What players need to bring: Cleats, shorts, any personalized football equipment (All necessary football equipment is supplied by RHS), mouth guard and determination.

You can find all of the information you need at the following address:
Roosevelt Football website:

Thank you from Coach Sherlock and I look forward to the up-coming season. Team First, Always Compete and NO EXCUSES!! WHO RIDES!

Got room…?

…for one more smile?
…for one more giggle?
…for one more hug?
…for one more tear?
…to make the difference for one child in your school?

Every year in our community, hundreds of kids enter the foster care system. The critical shortage of foster care homes in our school district means that abused and neglected children are rarely able to stay in their original school when they enter foster care.  As a result, children who must enter foster care lose not only their families, but also friends, teachers, tutors, counselors, administrators, bus drivers, food service workers and custodians.

For many of these kids, school is the only secure piece of their lives. You could be the best solution!

We are searching for a few families from your school to become licensed foster parents. Just in case a child in your school needs a home. You don’t have to be a superhero, or even save the world, but just maybe you could find the room to make the difference in the life of one child.

Attend orientation now! Get licensed and be ready to help when a student in our community needs a foster family. For information, please call 1-888-KIDS414 (1-888-543-7414).

Adolesco Youth Exchange Applications due May 15

We offer a two-way exchange program that gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new language and new culture and to host your carefully matched exchange partner in turn.  At Adolesco Youth Exchange we will match you with a student about your own age in France, Germany, Italy, or Spain (your choice), you will decide exactly when (whatever’s best for your schedule), and for how long (between 6 to 12 weeks) you want to go on exchange (and then to host) as part of our flexible and affordable nonprofit language immersion and cultural exchange program for qualifying students between ages 9 and 18.

Please RSVP and join us at one of the following information meetings:

  • Sat., April 20, 2019 • 2 – 4 PM: Northeast Library, Meeting Room (6801 35th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115);
  • Sun., April 21, 2019 • 1 – 3 PM: Lake Hills Library, Meeting Room (15590 Lake Hills Blvd, Bellevue, WA 98007);
  • Sat., April 27, 2019 • 2 – 4 PM: Bellevue Public Library, Meeting Room #4 (1111 110th Avenue NE Bellevue WA 98004);
  • Sun., April 28, 2019 • 1-3 PM: Capitol Hill Branch, Meeting Room (425 Harvard Ave. E., Seattle, WA 98102).

You can now learn French, German, Italian, or Spanish while living in a new culture and gain a great friend for life!

Start your application at and contact Marie for more information.  Marie Meyer 303-913-4845 /

Private Pilot Ground School

This unique course provides the opportunity for rising 9th-12th grade Washington students to explore the world of aviation while creating a base of aeronautical knowledge that pilots need to successfully pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) private pilot exam.


REGISTRATION: To start the registration process, please fill out our Request for Enrollment form.

COST: The only cost associated with Ground School is a $35 registration fee.

DATES:Monday, July 1 – Monday, July 22*
Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
*No school Thursday, July 4 or Friday, July 5 in celebration of Independence Day holiday. A final exam will be administered on the last day, July 22. Students must be in attendance the entire day.

Roosevelt basketball summer camp

Roosevelt High School Boys Basketball Camp July 15-18, 9am-3pm: Join Us This Summer! We’d love to have your player on the RHS court this summer with Head Coach Ben Scheffler and the Roosevelt boys basketball teams. It’s a great opportunity to learn new skills and improve your play with our staff and current Varsity and JV players. All skill levels welcome from grades 4th-9th. Questions? Email: To register, click on link:

Raider Soccer Summer Camp

Raider boys and girls soccer camp for elementary and middle schoolers

July 8-12, 2019
Register now before spots fill up!

Elementary school hours: 9am -12pm.
Middle School hours: 1–4 pm.
Location: Jane Addams Middle School.
$100.00 per Player
Price includes 5 days of camp, T-shirt, soccer ball and coaching by Nathan Hale Soccer Team & Coach(es).

Contact  for link to registration and any additional questions.

DiscNW JAMS Ultimate camp

DiscNW offers an ultimate summer camp, just for JAMS students. Registration is now open, please feel free to spread the word as your spring season gets rolling!

When: July 29-Aug 2, 9AM-3PM
Where: Mapleleaf
Who: JAMS Players, entering and exiting players in the 2019-2020 school year
Cost: $317/Week, 63.40/Day. Financial Aid Available.

Player too old for JAMS camp? Attend our *newly added* North End HS camp for players attending Ingraham, Ballard, Nathan Hale, Roosevelt, Blanchet, Shorewood, Shorecrest, and more!


Summer enrichment at the University of Washington

UW’s Summer Youth Program for middle school students is now open for enrollment.  Parents and students can choose from a wide variety of half day classes in coding, engineering design, visual arts, creative writing, debate and much more!

The Summer Youth Program has added new classes to its lineup including, Materials Science campEngineering Things That GoCoding in PythonEngineering Sustainable LivingFashion, Mosaic Arts-3D and Bookmaking. Dates and details are online at:

Summer Art Camps in North Seattle

The Seattle Artist League offers art camps for people aged 10-15, and 15-17. Our five-day camps in figure drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, puppets, photography, and tech are taught by professional artist-instructors.

  • 1 week of mornings or afternoons: $220
  • 2 teen camps: $352 with coupon code SAVE$88

To register, visit

Questions? email

One on One Basketball Seattle Presents…

Post-Season Player Development Programs & Weekly Shooting Clinics
Ravenna CC or Queen Anne CC

  • our internationally renown progressive basketball individual skills class
  • prepare for middle school / high school basketball with our best instructors!

Summer Camps are open for registration NOW!
Ravenna CC, Magnuson, Queen Anne CC, Laurelhurst Gym

  • Several camp opportunities for middle school players to improve over summer.
  • Shooting Camps, Rising High School Player Trainings, Guard & Post Play Camps

Check the schedule at all our area locations by clicking on the link below:

Kickstart your summer. Learn to play an instrument!

June 27 – July 3, 2019
At the Summer Jazz Prep Camp you will pick your instrument, begin reading music and learn to play songs in a beginning band. At the end of camp you’ll be invited to keep learning in the after-school Jazz Prep Ensembles, which start Fall 2019.

Every student gets:

  • a free JazzED t-shirt
  • a free instrument to use at camp
  • Thursday, June 27 – Wednesday, July 3

Morning session: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM (suggested grades 4-5)
Afternoon session: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM (suggested grades 6-8)
We suggest choosing the session associated with your student’s grade as of Fall 2019 but we can be flexible based on your needs.

Camp is at Rainier Prep, 10211 12th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98168 (map).

Pick from Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, or Upright Bass.

Every student will get a t-shirt and the use of a musical instrument while at camp. We are committed to this program being financially accessible for ALL families. You select the tuition amount that works for you.

On the last page of the registration form (the ‘check-out’ page) you can enter one of the sliding scale tuition codes listed below in the coupon box. Once you apply the code it should automatically update your tuition balance. Then you can select a payment plan option if you want to break payments up.

$400, do not enter any code on the check-out page
$275, enter code TWOSEVENTYFIVE
$150, enter code ONEFIFTY
$50, enter code FIFTY
$0 – FREE (full tuition waiver) enter code WAIVER
If you’d like to pay a different sliding scale amount than the options here, fill out our easy online form, and we’ll send you a custom tuition code.

Have questions about how this works? Contact us and we’ll get right back to you! You can also call our office at 206-324-5299 to speak with a staff member. Hablamos Español.

Open to students entering 4th through 8th grade in the fall. No music experience required. Students who have already participated in this camp for two years may not register again to allow room for new students.

Click here to register online. Enter your chosen sliding scale tuition code (listed above) on the final check-out page. You should receive a confirmation email from our registration system With An Edge
email:  |

Use this summer to fill in the gaps, prevent the summer slide or to take a look ahead and start in the fall with confidence!

Our classes are very effective and highly interactive.  Quietly sitting and doing worksheets can be done at home.  In our sessions, we keep students actively engaged and make sure they have the correct thought processes and approach.  Our classes are designed to build confidence while enjoying the journey!

Our classes/camps are run in small groups of 2-4 children with plenty of 1:1 attention.  We also offer private tutoring.

We offer:

  • Computer Camps – Python and Web Design  – uniquely systematic to build a truly strong foundation, industry professional
  • Math Camps  –    6th grade to Algebra 1
  • Strong FUNdamentals Math Classes –    Preschool to Algebra 1
  • Reading/Math classes-    for Preschoolers to First Grade, great for KG Prep
  • Private Tutoring
  • If you don’t see what you are looking for, just send us a request! –

North Seattle Titans Junior Football‏ 

North Seattle Titans Junior Football is a Seattle youth tackle football program dedicated to teaching the fundamentals in a structured and positive environment. This Seattle youth football program is for children between the ages of 7-14. Players are assigned to a team by their age and weight. North Seattle Titans Jr. Football will prepare players to be champions for life and young persons of strong moral character. Top-quality equipment is provided to insure safety of the athletes, and our youth football program serves the families and neighborhoods of Seattle, Snohomish County, and King County.

Dates: Practices begin August 5@ Ingraham High School, and will be held Monday through Friday, through the end of August; then 3 times a week after Labor Day weekend.
To Preregister : Visit  or contact
Head Coach, Bill Taylor at, or (425) 672-3766
More information here

Community offerings are included in the Jaguar News as helpful resources for our parents and students. They are not to be perceived as endorsements by Jane Addams Middle School, the JAMS PTSA, or Seattle Public Schools. 

Main Office: 206­-252-4500 (8:25 AM­-4:15 PM EXCEPT Wednesdays 8:25 AM-3 PM)
Attendance: 206-­252-­4504 (or )
SPS Transportation Office: 206-­252-­0900
School website:
Student grades:
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