Headlines & Features

  • Get Involved at Parkwood!

    Teamwork is important at Parkwood, and we want to work with you! There are LOTS of ways that you can be involved at Parkwood. Click this headline to watch a video of some of our community leaders share information about our groups with you.

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  • Fall Open House/Curriculum Night 2021

    Our 2021-2022 Fall Open House/Curriculum Night will be over Zoom this year. Need the link to your child's Curriculum Night Zoom session? Use this headline to find a page with ALL classroom teachers' Zoom links. We hope to see you tonight at 7:00 on Zoom!

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  • When to Keep your Student Home - Fall 2021

    Reasons to keep your student home this year are different than in past years. Shoreline School District will follow guidelines from Public Health - Seattle & King County in deciding when students and staff need to stay home.

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  • Transportation/Bus Information

    Shoreline School District buses will roll on September 1st! Want to know more about routes or our transportation program? Click the headline for more information.

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  • Parkwood's NEW School Day Start and End Times

    In an effort towards continual improvement, start and end times have been adjusted for schools across the district. These slight changes will improve transportation reliability and facilitate breakfast for all students at all schools. Parkwood now begins at 8:50 and ends at 3:10. Click the headline for more information.

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  • FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL Students!

    For the 2021-2022 school year, the federal government has funded a TEMPORARY program that will allow school districts to serve FREE breakfast and lunch to all K-12 enrolled students regardless of household income. Click the headline for more information.

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  • Parkwood Elementary Highlighted in Statewide Study for Improving Outcomes for Black Students

    Parkwood Elementary is one of 38 schools in Washington highlighted as an outlier for supporting positive outcomes for Black students in a recent study from the Center for Educational Effectiveness.

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  • Student Supply List

    Please check here for our 2021-2022 list of required school supplies. If you need help with getting anything on this list, please let us know! We are happy to help.

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  • Parkwood Address

    1815 N 155th St

    Shoreline, WA 98133

    School Day 8:50 - 3:10

    (8:50 - 1:30 on Early Release Wednesdays)


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About Our School

  • Our Mission:  Through our core values of Academic Excellence, Community, Collaboration and Respect for Human Differences, Parkwood Elementary School inspires and prepares students to reach their highest potential and live empowered, successful, and compassionate lives. *Our mission, vision and values were collaboratively developed by Parkwood staff and stakeholders in 2015.

    About Parkwood:  Parkwood Elementary, a Title 1 school, is one of the most ethnically, economically, culturally, and linguistically diverse schools in Shoreline. Approximately 40% of Parkwoods 450 students qualify for free or reduced lunch, 30% of our students speak a language other than English at home, and 16% qualify for special education services.  While some may view these demographics as difficulties, Parkwood enthusiastically celebrates our diversity.  Our communities are committed to student success and it shows: Parkwood uniformly exceeds state performance levels in all standardized tests and regularly exceeds scores earned by other Shoreline elementary schools.  We have won Washington State Academic Achievement Awards in 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2018. *The program was suspended state-wide in 2017 and reintroduced in 2018. 

    The Parkwood community is collaborative, holistic and relentless about student growth. We truly believe that our work will change our students’ lifelong trajectory, enabling them to overcome financial and educational barriers. We approach instruction and intervention systematically, rejoice in our accomplishments and celebrate our cultures. Through our work and play, we care for children’s academic, social and emotional development.