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Salmon Bay School
1810 NW 65th St.
Seattle, WA 98117
Hours of Operation
Morning Program: 7 a.m. Until School Starts
Afternoon Program: End of School Day to 6 p.m.
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Shannon Ferns—Licensed Program Director
Amelia Reynolds—Licensed Program Assistant Director
Nov. 10th – Veterans day
Nov. 23rd – 24th – Thanksgiving
Dec. 25th – 26th – Holiday
Jan. 1st – New Year's Day
Jan. 15th – MLK Day
Feb. 19th – Presidents Day
May 28th – Memorial Day
June 19th – 22nd – Preparation for summer
2017 – 2018 School Calendar
School Year 2018 - 2019 Registration
Registration for the 2018 - 2019 school year will be available on DASH in Spring 2018. The specific dates for currently registered and new families to be announced soon!
School Year 2017 - 2018 Registration
Contact Shannon Ferns or call 206.297.7764 to determine available space.
Step 1. Fill out Registration and School Year Contract
Step 2. Ensure we have current Immunization Form on file.
Step 3. Fill out and return Credit Card Authorization Form.
Turn all paperwork, deposits and registration fees to Salmon Bay Boys and Girls Club.
FERPA form for school information sharing
Information and Forms for Download
Information and Fee Schedule
Child Care Family Handbook
Additional Medical Forms - if needed
If your child has known allergies, asthma or will need to be given medication, the following forms are required. Please bring these in along with EpiPens, inhalers, or other medication your child requires. Be sure and review our Family Handbook for complete information on our Medication Policy.
This form is for any medication, aside from sun screen or hand sanitizer, you require us to give your child. This includes medication we keep on hand such as inhalers or EpiPens or daily medication. For occasional day-time medication delivery, bring this form with the medication.
For known allergies or intolerance to foods, etc. you will need your child's doctor to assist in completing the report.
Individual Plan of Care
Children with severe reaction to allergies need to have an emergency plan before their first day of care. Health Care Provider signature will be required.
This form lists three levels of severity for us to watch for if your child has asthma and the course of action we need to take.