Hybrid learning will begin soon for elementary students; timeline; and what's next for middle and high schools.
The superintendent’s recommendation is consistent with new guidelines issued last month by Washington Governor Jay Inslee and the Washington Department of Health.
The deadline to suggest a name is Friday, Jan. 15.
Help determine the qualities of the next superintendent by providing your input.
Meet Education Ombuds Rachel Cason and learn how she helps students and families dealing with a discipline matter.
Depending on whether most students are learning remotely or in person, winter weather could result in the following this year.
Attendance matters during remote learning!
The postponement will allow more time for concerns and questions to be addressed and Clark County COVID-19 case data to be monitored before a start date for hybrid learning is set.
Grab-and-go meals, including weekend meals, will be available.
Contact a family-community resource coordinator for help with food or other basic needs. Remote instruction will continue for students.