The Latest on the Playground

We are working closely with Seattle Public Schools to write a request for proposals, which we will then send out to the approved list of playground design/build firms later in the month. After that, our playground committee will create a short list of potential firms and our whole community will be able to come together…

Notes from our Dec. 11 meeting

Greetings, community! We will be publishing our meeting notes here in condensed form. For the full conversation and to take part in decisions, join with us next in January! Present: Shawna Patterson-Lystra, Julian Gardner-Irving, Jenny Rose Ryan, Alicyn Roberge, Amanda Kay, Amber Smith, Tisbury Pringle-Ennis, Tarra Patrick, Helen Morrison, Liz Oliver, Jenny Garvin-Bonnici, Helena Hussemi…

New Nonprofit Established to Help Support Roxhill Elementary School

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [Download PDF of Press Release for contact info] All-volunteer organization receives $100K Department of Neighborhoods grant to fund new school playground; also to focus on supporting classroom needs SEATTLE, WA, Dec. 11, 2017 — In fall 2017, supporters, community members and parents of students at Roxhill Elementary established a new 501 (c)(3)…

We did it!

Thanks to community support and belief in our project, Roxhill Elementary has been awarded a $100K grant from the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods to build a new playground at E.C. Hughes, where we’re moving next fall. This community endeavor wouldn’t have been possible without support from all corners of West Seattle. Now the…