School Connect WA


We connect relationships and resources in Seattle to elementary students furthest from academic justice to close education gaps and create bright futures.

Program Description

School Connect WA hosts an academic intervention-based afterschool program for K-5th grade students, offering tier 2 & 3 level intervention, for low income students.

Type of service
Tutoring Program
Year Started
Headquarter Location (City, State)
Seattle, WA
States of Operation
Operation Locations
Most recent number of students served
< 50
Subject Offered
English Language Arts (ELA),
Grade Levels
1st Grade,
2nd Grade,
3rd Grade,
4th Grade,
5th Grade
Languages Offered
English, Chinese
Race/Ethnicity breakdown of tutors
Asian 60%, Black or African American 20%, Hispanic or Latino 15%, and White 5%.
Out of School
Delivery Mode
Tutor-Student Ratio
Number of Sessions Per Week
Five days per week
Number of Minutes Per Session
30-45 minutes
Number of Weeks Per Program
20-38 weeks
Does your program engage with parents?
Family Engagement Description

Sharing tutoring session content, Reporting attendance,Sharing academic progress, Sharing social or emotional progress, Accessing student information, Sharing at-home support suggestions, Family/Caregiver survey, Goal setting and monitoring progress toward goals,

Organization Type
Customer Type
School, Student
Cost to District/ School/ Non-Profit
Type of Tutor
Certified Teacher, K-12 Paraprofessional/Teaching Assistant/Aide, College/University Student (e.g. any college/university student who is not a pre-service teacher), K-12 Student, Volunteer
Randomized controlled trial (RCT) study conducted?
Quasi-experimental (QED) study conducted?
Contact Name
Roy Chang

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