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Washington Alliance for Students Experiencing Homelessness (WASEH) is an alliance of students, families, educators, and providers who are looking for ways to better support students who are homeless.
This website was created to provide information to homeless students and educators about students’ legal rights and to connect students with support services.
This WordPress website was Responsively Designed to accommodate students who use cellphones more frequently to access websites. I also produced posters, bookmarks and business cards to help introduce the website to multiple audiences.
This website was created through a partnership between the Puget Sound Education Service District and Columbia Legal Services.
In fall 2012, seven King County school districts joined forces as the “Road Map Consortium” to compete in the federal “Race to the Top” competition. This region was one of only two applicants to win the maximum award of $40 million. The winning grant covers 261 schools and supports 150,000 students, including 36,000 high-need children.
The Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD) is responsible for managing the grant and acts as the fiscal agent. I was asked to create a website that would provide information about the “Road Map Region” and promote the local Race to the Top grant.
I created a custom WordPress Theme for the website that is user friendly and makes it easy for site editors to edit and add new content.
Website: Road Map Race to the Top
Vol.1, Issue 1, Winter 2013
This recent 4-page newsletter was designed to promote and support the Native American Education Program offered by the Puget Sound Educational Service District. A quarterly publication, this newsletter will be distributed to schools and students enrolled or interested in this program. It features articles about the program, upcoming events, current news, student stories and uses native artwork in it’s design.