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    Student Advisory Board to the Superintendent

    The Seattle Public Schools Student Advisory Board consists of student representatives from each district high school. The advisory board will provide student voice, advice, and perspectives to Superintendent Juneau and will meet with the superintendent throughout the school year. The goal will be to help ensure all students graduate from Seattle Public Schools ready for college, career, and community.

    The Student Advisory Board (SAB) will explore a wide range of issues framed around Ensuring Educational and Racial Equity (Policy 0030), including welcoming school environments and equitable access for every student to a high-quality curriculum and support. Read about Policy 0030.

    2019-20 Student Advisory Board

    Read more about the members of the Student Advisory Board

    Student Nomination and Selection Process

    • Students must complete an application after being nominated
    • Students of color, LGQBTIA students, ELL, undocumented students, homeless/unhoused, foster students, students with disabilities are encouraged to apply and be nominated

    Many members of the 2018-19 SAB opted to remain on the board. Invitations were sent to schools who do not have a representative. For schools who have 1 of 2 spots to fill, the current SAB member will work with the superintendent's office to recruit an additional member. Applications will be reviewed by staff.


    The SAB will consist of at least one student from each of the 17 high schools. The students will be in grades 9th through 11th and be representative of the diversity of Seattle Public Schools.

    Terms: Students can serve up to two years.

    Member Responsibilities

    • Attend all scheduled meetings
    • Assist in reviewing materials
    • Contribute to the group’s work
    • Speak your truth

    Superintendent talking students

    Contact Us

    Sherri Kokx
    Senior Advisor to the Superintendent

    Meeting dates 2019-20:

    October 4, 5 - 7 p.m.
    October 5, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    December 7, 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    February 1, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    April 4 (The April 4 meeting has been canceled)
    June 17, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. (Meeting was moved from June 13 to June 17 and will be held online)