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    • Seattle Public Schools Mobile App. - The Seattle Public Schools mobile app. is a useful tool for students and their families when they are on the go. Download it for free on the App Store or Google Play and customize the information your family needs. 
    • Text Messages from Seattle Public Schools - Text "SUBSCRIBE" to 67587. You will receive the following reply message, “You’re registered 4 SchoolMessenger notifications. Reply STOP to cancel, HELP for help MSG and data rates may apply. Msg freq varies.” Please be sure the district has updated contact information for your family including cellular phone number(s). Please remember, you will need to contact your student's school if you need to update your phone numbers.
    • Free Breakfast - Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch can receive free breakfast. You must apply for free/reduced lunch every year.  If you have not applied yet, please contact the school office for details (206) 252-4180. Qualifying students at Northgate Elementary are offered free breakfast Monday - Friday before school begins. 
    • Nutrition Education Coordinators - Northgate Elementary has two dedicated full-time nutrition education coordinators sponsored by United Way/Americorp. We are excited to have Madison and Ramla at our school to encourage students in learning about nutrition and making healthy choices. They provide 3+ hours of education per student and visit classrooms 1-2 times a month to teach students how to choose nutritious food and other related topics such as composting, making smoothies, etc. 
    • Food Lifeline - The Food Lifeline comes to Northgate Elementary once a month during evening events and all students are sent home with a free bag of groceries. Check the online calendar for the next Food Lifeline day. Thank you Food Lifeline!
    • Daily Fresh Fruit and Veggie Snack - Each classroom is provided with fresh fruit or vegetables everyday for snack. The kitchen staff prepares oranges, jicama, kiwi and many other delicious fruits and vegetables. Produce is sourced locally as often as possible. FFVP is partially funded from the tax that is collected on sugar sweetened beverages sold within Seattle city limits and partially funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The program provides free fresh fruits and vegetables to students in elementary schools where at least 50% of students are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. The purpose of the program is to increase the variety and frequency of fruits and vegetables that children eat and to positively influence their lifelong eating habits.
    • Northgate PTO - We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. For more information, please go to the official Northgate PTO website.