Seattle planning for longer school days

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Pupils raising their hands during class at the elementary school

Seattle Public Schools are considering changing the schedule again in the coming school year.

The district agreed to add 20 minutes to each school day, as part of a deal with the Seattle Education Association.

Now, administrators just have to figure out where those extra minutes should be added.

The school district has six options up for discussion right now, and they are asking parents to complete an online survey to show which option would work the best.

You can take a look at the proposed schedules, and let Seattle Schools know which one works for you, by clicking here.

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