Resources for K-12 Schools
As an academic leader in your community, you’re accustomed to helping families realize the importance of planning for their children’s future. We invite you to join more than 100 school districts, private schools, preschools, and parent-teacher organizations statewide that are partners with us to connect with Washington families.
WA529 provides two savings plan options to save money tax-free for eligible future education expenses, like tuition, fees, room & board, books, and supplies. By partnering with WA529, you can provide a valuable resource to your community that reinforces your commitment to helping provide opportunities for those in your classrooms. Here’s how you can help:
Invite a WA529 representative to your school or PTA/PTO meeting
WA529 representatives are available to come to community events and parent nights at your school, as well as PTA/PTO meetings. Several options are available, including college savings information seminars, presentations and workshops. Visit our Request a Speaker page for more information about bringing a WA529 representative to your school.
Share WA529 resources with parents and grandparents
You can also download our content for your school lobby:
- WA529 Brochure
- WA529 Brochure (Spanish)
- Partnering for Student Success Brochure
- Suggested Articles for Family Communication
- Request printed materials
Offer WA529 Payroll Direct Deposit* to your employees
More than 50 Washington school districts are already participating in WA529 Payroll Direct Deposit – the most convenient way for families to add to the savings in their WA529 accounts. Visit our For Employers page to learn more about how you can enhance your benefits package with WA529 Payroll Direct Deposit.
*WA529 Payroll Direct Deposit was formerly called Payroll Deduction.
Let us know if you need anything else
If you need assistance, have questions or would like to request additional resources, please contact Jackie Ferrado, WA529 Associate Director for Community Engagement at WA529Outreach@wsac.wa.gov or 360-485-1198.