COVID-19 Information

We at Seattle Christian are excited to engage in learning through our reopening plan,  SCS Together. We continue to closely monitor news and information related to conditions of COVID-19 as it impacts our school. Please check back regularly for updates. 

SCS COVID-19 Communications

Hello, SCS families.

Welcome to the 2020-21 school year! We are so excited to engage in learning with you again and to announce SCS Together, our reopening plan for every student to be able to be in person and on campus on September 2.

Click here for the reopening document which provides the overall plan, specifics for health and safety protocol, and options for remote learning. As we have prayed and prepared this summer, through seeking wisdom and collaboration, we have developed what we believe is a rich and appropriate model for learning at SCS this year that offers the following key aspects:

  • safe and healthy context that honors state mandates and recommendations
  • vibrant and valuable learning experience for in-person and remote learners
  • weekly schedule that accommodates for families, students, and teacher workloads
  • structure that can flex with the potential challenges and transitions of this season

Although the look and feel of the 2020-21 school year may be unique, we will continue to lean in with the Lord and with one another, and will stay attentive to the status of COVID-19, ready to safely adjust along the way as needed to continue moving forward in our mission of equipping students to “impact their world for Christ.”

We look forward to seeing you on Monday, August 31, for “Meet Your Teacher” day and on the first day of school, Wednesday, September 2.

Chad McNatt

Note: To effectively prepare for this school year, it is important to hear from each family regarding their educational option for each student. Additionally, with the expectation that every student in K-12 must have a device, we understand that this may pose a hardship for some. Later this week, you will receive an email/link to indicate your chosen educational option, your potential need for an SCS loaner device, and other points of feedback.

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“I believe that students and teachers ultimately hold the same responsibility. Regardless of our capacity, we both teach, and we both learn. We're always students and in some way (whether we end up with a job in academia or not) we will all be teachers. If we all think this way, we can have a pretty cool collaboration."

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