Services at Viewlands
Students with special needs are supported by caring and experienced group of support staff. Viewlands Elementary provides a variety of services, such as Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy, a special education teacher to support mainstreamed students, a speech therapist, a school psychologist and a school nurse.
Community Programs for Support
Operation School Bell offers children in need help with basic clothing. This new clothing enhances self-esteem and promotes improved school attendance. Please inquire with the school secretary at 206-252-4400.
WA Information Network: If you are in need of health and human service information and referrals and other assistance dial 211 from any phone in King County or go to win211.org/.
Community Resources Online (CRO) is the most up-to-date and comprehensive database of health and human services in King County. With more than 6,000 services listed, it is the most effective way to find assistance with such needs as rent/mortgage payments, in-home care services, low-cost mental health or chemical dependency counseling, or legal aid
Before and After School Care
We are excited to bring a unique program to the families, children and community of Viewlands. For over fifteen years Grace Alam has had the privilege of working with children from diverse backgrounds.
As the community has noticed, she is committed to providing the best care for our children. Grace and her staff have been the recipient of many local and national awards as well as featured on nationally syndicated PBS programs, the University of Washington School of Nursing, and King 5 Television.
They have a low child to teacher ratio, which promotes a peaceful, supportive but focused environment. The children will participate in vast array of activities such as field trips, camping, arts, and music. Discovery science, natural cooking, public speaking, Spanish, Japanese, international exploration, dance and more! For more information, please visit her website at creativekidsseattle.com.