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Question 1: Seattle Public Schools is the school district serving Seattle, ________, USA.
WashingtonOregonAlaskaNorthwestern United States

Question 2: Opened 1905 as Parental School; "for Boys" added 1914 when Parental Home for Girls was established; renamed after ________ 1931; passed under state control in 1957, and was closed as a residential school in 1965.
PlantFruitLuther BurbankMaize

Question 3: The decision prohibited assigning students to public schools solely for the purpose of achieving ________ and declined to recognize racial balancing as a compelling state interest.
Racial integrationSouth Africa under apartheidRacial segregationRacism

Question 4: The building was later used by a series of alternative schools and a ________ academy before being demolished in 1989.
Maria MontessoriPMIDEdouard SeguinMontessori method

Question 5: Closed to make way for the ________: the site is now the KeyArena.
SeattleCentury 21 ExpositionUnited StatesNASA

Question 6: Moved to new building January 1908 and renamed in honor of ________ in March.
John C. CalhounJohn Quincy AdamsDaniel WebsterEdward Everett

Question 7: The building survives as a condominium apartment building, and is on the ________.
Property type (National Register of Historic Places)National Park ServiceHistory of the National Register of Historic PlacesNational Register of Historic Places

Question 8: Built in 1943 with federal funds at the Rainier Vista housing project, which was originally built for ________ workers during World War II.
McDonald'sBoeingCaterpillar Inc.Kraft Foods

Question 9: Several former Seattle Public Schools buildings are on the ________ (NRHP):
Property type (National Register of Historic Places)National Register of Historic PlacesNational Park ServiceHistory of the National Register of Historic Places

Question 10: As of 2007, the district contains 58 elementary schools, eight (8) K-8 schools, 10 middle schools, 12 ________, and nine (9) Alternative schools and Special programs.
Secondary educationHigh schoolPublic school (government funded)Gymnasium (school)







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