April 9, 2021 RSVP – April 21 Preschooler Open House If you have a preschooler in your family – join us for an online open house on April 21, 2021 at 6:00 pm. This presentation is especially for students moving up to kindergarten or first grade. Learn how APL’s inclusive environment creates opportunities for individualized…

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February 10, 2021 The forecast is showing that we may be in store for some snow over the next few days. We know many of our APL families live outside of the immediate Seattle area and may be impacted my icy roads, snow fall, and power outages. Thus, we are following guidelines similar to that of our surrounding school…

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January 7, 2021 A Letter from APL’s Executive Director Dear APL community,   Today I join with you in our collective sadness and horror over the events that transpired at our Capitol yesterday in Washington, D.C. This has been a year of repeated traumas for many in our school community. I’ll be honest and say that my “cup” of trauma…

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July 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act. For APL, its ramifications have been incredibly important in its impact on education in our state. We encourage you to review the Facebook page of Northwest Center They have curated a lot of great resources and local history. You can also…

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June 23, 2020 Our community of friends, volunteers, family members, employees, students and alumni surprised Jennifer Annable with a farewell car parade at Academy for Precision Learning on June 23, 2020. You can see news coverage about this wonderful event on the West Seattle Blog including a fun video of Jennifer being surprised: After serving…

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May 25, 2020 – We are heading into the final month before Jennifer Annable retires at the end of June. Over the Memorial Day weekend, some made a safe and socially distant visit to her house to surprise her. We hope you can help us celebrate Jennifer’s legacy at APL. Check out the letter from…

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May 18, 2020 – We couldn’t help students all across the autism spectrum thrive and succeed without the hard work of our staff! We are proud to honor them during our Staff Appreciation Week! Leave a congratulatory message for a staff member in the comments section below (Don’t see the comments? Click on this post’s…

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The organization COVID-19 Help Washington has created a comprehensive database of statewide resources to help people weather the pandemic. The organization is made up of Seattle volunteers working to help meet the need for information and resources for those who need help – and those who wish to offer help – during the COVID-19 pandemic…

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May 1, 2020: Our students and families are continuing to find ways to create a vibrant community during the school closure and extended stay-at-home order. One of our students has used this time to start his own bookstore! This guy is a go-getter and is sharing his interest with friends and community members. Support a…

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