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  • New Semester and New Start Times

    New Semester and New Start Times

    Tomorrow starts the new semester, but it also kicks off new start times at all our schools to support implementation of hybrid starting with K-2 students. Check out In-person arrival times and updates to meal distribution.

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  • January Newsletter - Supt Wharton Video Message

    January Newsletter - Supt Wharton Video Message

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  • Superintendent Message 12.18.20

    Superintendent Message 12.18.20

    I am sure many of you watched the Governor’s announcement Wednesday regarding the reopening of schools. There was a clear message urging school boards to move toward increased in-person learning for students. This message aligns closely with the desires of our school board, and we are eager to create a safe transition to an instructional model that will follow all safety protocols. As a district, we have been planning for hybrid instruction as part of our District Reopening Plan that was established back in August.

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  • Superintendent Update 11.9.20

    Superintendent Update 11.9.20

    Last week I indicated further guidance on return to hybrid would be provided by Thurston County Health Department. COVID-19 cases have continued to skyrocket for the past 5 weeks. We have set weekly records for transmission since late September. What is fueling the increase in case transmissions? Thurston County Health Department reports much of the spread is from private, and often indoors, family and neighborhood gatherings. It is these types of transmission patterns that create concern for school reopening.

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  • November Newsletter - Hybrid Update 11.2.20

    November Newsletter - Hybrid Update 11.2.20

    The November District Highlighter has an update of information about hybrid, conferencing, half day schedules, Veterans Day and much more. Please stay informed and continue to connect with your schools and teachers.

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Last Modified on March 31, 2021