Ballard High School

Ballard
High School

Ballard HS School Key Resources

Summary: District Health, Safety, Guidelines, Resources & Protocols.

Key Resources

Announcements

School and Personal Safety

We all play a role in school safety. You can use the SPS Safe Schools Hotline 206-252-0510 to report any threats to SPS schools. This phone number is managed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can find additional resources and information on our district webpage SPS Supports for Students & Reporting Safety Concerns. Additionally, Crisis Connections provides a 24-hour crisis line 866-427-4747 and website resources at crisisconnections.org or Teen Link 866-833-6546. 


Ballard HS Reminders

If you have questions or need assistance please contact the Administrative Secretary, Cal Hartmann in the Main Office at 206-252-1000; cmhartmann@seattleschools.org or email Athletic Secretary, Bethany Nielcen at blnielcen@seattleschools.org for Athletic questions and the Attendance Secretary at ballardhs.attendance@seattleschools.org

Visitors and Volunteers in Buildings

  • All Visitors and Volunteers must sign in at the Main Office.
  • Visitors and Staff in meetings together must follow all SPS Health and safety protocols. 

District Resources

Safety and Security at Seattle Public School

Who to Contact to Resolve Concerns

Who to contact to report and problem solve issues at school.

District Technology Resources

District Weather Alert & Transportation Reminders

District Resource Dashboard

District Mental Health Services

District Support and Crisis Resources

King County Information and Resources


Can’t Find What You Are Looking For?

Email me with tips on information you would like located here or better ways to support your searches on the Ballard HS website. Diane Taylor, BHS Website Editor at dmtaylor@seattleschools.org Thank you!

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