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  • MP Families,

    Below are resources to use when you have difficulty with technology used for remote learning. 

    I. Troubleshooting Assistance

    If you are struggling to get into ClassLink, Seesaw, or Zoom in order to participate in daily lessons, please call or email:

    Jenny Hillger, Librarian: 206-393-4125, jenny.hillger@shorelineschools.org

    Gloriann Harrigan, Library Technician, 206-393-1782 gloriann.harrigan@shorelineschools.org

    Matt Alford, Dean of Students, 206-393-1772, matt.alford@shorelineschool.sorg

    If you are unable to reach anyone, please call the front office and office staff will locate someone to help you. 

    Annie Bach, Office Manager, 206-393-1777

    Jake Goett, Registrar, 206-393-1778

    II Extra Support and General Information

    Click here for links to help with a variety of technology issues - set up, logging into devices and apps, and more. 

    Click here to review username and password information.  

    III District Tech Support

    If your Chromebook or iPad is not working in other ways, it is probably time to request district-level technology support.

    Click here to complete a form. Someone will usually get in touch with you within 24 hours. 

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  • Greetings MP Families,

    Please use the following link to access the Shoreline School District's online application for meal benefits (free and reduced cost breakfasts and lunches.

    Thanks!

    Free and Reduced Cost Meals - Online Application

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  • Meridian Park Elementary, located in the west-central core of the Shoreline School District, has an enrollment of approximately 700 students in grades K-6.

    The mission of the school is to provide the best possible learning environment for children, one that is emotionally and physically safe. This environment is also one in which students, staff, and families collaborate to promote an appreciation of diversity, positive interdependence, and intellectual curiosity, as well as high individual, social, and academic expectations and a passion for life.

    The school includes a special education program as well as classes for highly capable students.

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