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Seattle school-based health services are funded by the Seattle Families and Education Levy. Our program is accountable to achieve the following outcomes for the students we serve in the 2014-2015 school year:

  • 6,260 elementary, middle and high school students will receive primary care services, including medical and mental health services.

  • 87% of middle school students helped by school-based health centers and/or health support services will pass all classes.

  • 62% of middle school students helped by school-based health centers and/or health support services will have fewer than 10 absences per year.

  • 74% of high school students helped by school-based health centers and/or health support services will pass all classes.

  • 48% of high school students helped by school-based health centers and/or health support services will have fewer than 10 absences per year.

  • 25% of 1st or 2nd grade students helped by school-based health centers and/or health support services will meet or exceed typical growth in math and reading MAP.

  • 58% of elementary students helped by school-based health centers and/or health support services will achieve high or typical growth on the state's Student Growth Percentile measure in math.

  • 58% of elementary students helped by school-based health centers and/or health support services will achieve high or typical growth on the state's Student Growth Percentile measure in reading.

  • 73% of elementary school students helped by school-based health centers and/or health support services will have fewer than 10 absences per year.

  • 40% of all Interagency Academy students helped by school based health center and/or health support services who are enrolled for twenty or more days will have an individual attendance rate of at least 70% in the first semester.

  • 40% of all Interagency Academy students helped by school based health center and/or health support services who are enrolled for twenty or more days will have an individual attendance rate of at least 70% in the second semester.

  • 700 students will receive dental screening at school.

  • 261 students will receive a dental exam at school.

  • 221 students will receive advanced dental treatment at school.