Please reach out if you or your family need any type of support during the ongoing Seattle Public Schools labor dispute. This includes childcare, food options, or afterschool needs. Epiphany’s Children & Youth Minister, Kelsey Lucido, is actively working on some creative ways to be there for the community, but direct requests for support are always welcome. We are here to support our people and our community. If you know someone who is in need of support, but doesn’t attend Epiphany, please let them know that they can reach out to Kelsey at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 510-520-8181.
Here is a list of community resources:
For grades K-8, the city of Seattle will offer a free day of supervised activities at community centers from 7:00 am – 6:00 pm. More at seattle.gov/parks.
Call Child Care Resources 206-329-5544 to help find a child-care center. Or, visit http://www.childcare.org.
Central Seattle Community Centers:
Garfield Community Center
Miller Community Center
Yesler Community Center
International / China District Community Center