2021-22 School Year

2021-22 School Year
Posted on 06/02/2021
This is the image for the news article titled 2021-22 School YearFall 2021-22 In Person Learning

Next fall, we plan to reopen schools for in-person instruction five full days a week for students in K through grade 12, as long as public health authorities continue to support in-person learning.

As recommended by the CDC and Washington State Department of Health, we will require three-foot distancing in classrooms, six-foot distancing in common areas and when eating, face masks and other safety measures.

Online Program Options

We are continuing to explore the possibility of offering an all online virtual program for families who choose not to send their students for in-person learning due to a family health concern or for those that wish to continue with online learning. We will share more information and an application process with families when we have determined if we will be able to offer the online program for next year.

Academic and Well-Being Recovery Plan

We know that students and families have had a wide range of experiences over the past 14 months. To support all students next year, the district has a robust recovery plan focused both on academics and well-being. We will continue to offer high quality place-based learning, enrichment, and intervention support to help all learners accelerate and work towards grade level standards. Teachers will have training on how to support learners who need additional instruction on previous standards while mastering the current grade standards.

All schools will have time for social emotional lessons, as well as additional counseling and support services for those who need them. We will work to bring back sports and clubs, and offer a wide variety of school activities. More information on programs will be available as part of back-to-school events and information.
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