Hazel Wolf K-8

Hazel Wolf
Hazel Wolf K-8 STEM School


Contact Us

11530 12th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Mail Stop: NS-263

Main Office: 206-252-4610
Attendance: 206-252-4614

Volunteers/Transportation: 206-252-4578
Fax: 206-252-4611

Nurse: Marissa Vaternick 206-252-4617

Principal: Maria Breuder

Admin. Secretary: Evelyn Shelby

Attendance: Traci McCallick

Volunteer Coordinator and Transportation: Yolanda Jackson

Hazel Wolf K-8 STEM School

Jane Addams K-8 opened in fall 2009 as a K-8 empowering creative and critical thinkers who nurture themselves, their community and their environment.

The fall of 2014 marked a change in location and name.  The interim location for Hazel Wolf K-8 is at the John Marshall building near Green Lake for 2 school years while the new building is constructed at the current Pinehurst site.

Hazel Wolf K-8 is an exciting program with an emphasis on environmental science. Within a rigorous academic program the school offers advanced math opportunities for advanced learners, bilingual services for English Learners (EL), special education services, and a variety of arts opportunities.

Now that the Seattle School District has implemented the new school assignment plan, parents are charged with deciding where to send their kids to school. For those searching for a unique program and community where their kids will thrive, there’s a new choice in town: Hazel Wolf K-8.

Principal Deborah Nelsen welcomes you to visit the exciting program focusing on our E-STEM elements.  On-site before- and after-school childcare will be provided by the Pinehurst Child Care Center.

What Makes Hazel Wolf K-8 Unique?

  • Continuity across school years, Kindergarten through 8th grade.
  • E-STEM integration    
  • Exceptionally caring and committed faculty.
  • Strong and diverse community of students and parents.
  • Experienced and welcoming principal.


Hazel Wolf has an active community of parents and caregivers committed to creating an academically rich learning environment. Parents are involved at all levels from volunteering in the classroom to weighing in on important curriculum decisions.