The Seattle Public Schools have banned a popular social media app called Seattle Stories that offers a way for students to discover information about their school district.
The app, which is available on both the iPhone and Android apps, lets users look up information about schools and their school board members.
The Seattle Story app, created by the Seattle Public School District, was the first app created to offer such a service, and the app has been used by nearly 600,000 students in the district’s district.
But the app’s popularity has prompted the Seattle Schools to ban the app in January.
The Washington State Department of Education, which regulates education in the state, issued a statement Monday that said the app is prohibited because it does not meet state education standards.
The department said Seattle Stories violates the Washington Education Act and the Washington Privacy Act.
The school board said in a statement that it does want to encourage students to use social media to connect with school resources, but that students are not allowed to use the app for the purpose of spreading misinformation.
“We have strict guidelines on what information is allowed in social media and are committed to being sensitive to the privacy of our students,” the statement said.
“The Washington Education Department and the Seattle School Board are taking appropriate action to ensure the safety and security of students in Seattle schools.”
According to the Washington Department of Commerce, Seattle Stories is “a service offered by a Seattle public school district that enables users to see local news, videos and photos from the district.
Students can view videos and view videos that have been posted by other users of the app.
Seattle Stories also allows students to post information about the district on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and other social media platforms.”
The Seattle Public schools also announced that they have taken disciplinary action against a user for sharing the Seattle Stories app with others.
The person has been suspended for one day and banned from the school.
Seattle Story is a popular app that has seen a lot of popularity among students.
In May, Seattle Schools began requiring all students in its district to use it to learn more about the school district and its board members, according to the Seattle Times.
Seattle Stories has also been used in other parts of the country.
According to a report by the University of Michigan, Seattle Public is the second most popular app used in the United States in the 2017-18 school year, with more than 100 million students using it.
Seattle Schools has taken steps to ban Seattle Stories since it was introduced in the Seattle district in 2017.
The school district announced in February that it would suspend the app and that all students must use the Seattle Story application, according the Times.
The schools statement said it is reviewing its policies with the Department of Public Education and the Department’s Office of the Inspector General.
Seattle schools have also banned a number of other apps that provide information on students.
The Seattle Times reported last month that a student in the middle school of the Seattle school district has been banned from using a school app for reporting a bullying incident, the Washington Post reported.