• School starts September 8, 2020 for Grades 1 - 12
  • Kindergarteners begin school September 10, 2020

Digital Engagement September 8 - 18: Students are are at home and will take part in welcoming activities with their teacher, relationship building, student and family training in classroom digital tools, internet safety,  and setting expectations for learning and COVID safety protocols. Students will also engage with learning content as well. In-person and virtual meetings may take place with teachers.  Check the Digital Learning Web Page for information and access to online learning platforms SeeSaw and Canvas.

New families just now arriving, who have not yet registered their child, are encouraged to do so as soon as possible.
COVID-19 Preparations and Response

Superintendent's 100 Day Plan

   The 100 Day Plan emphasizes the importance of preparing staff, families and students for school in the fall, including detailed planning for  in-person, enhanced distance learning or a hybrid of both.  The safety of students, staff and families is a top priority, along with a high quality, engaging learning experience.

   In terms of equity, the plan includes reviewing implementation strategies for the district’s Education Equity Framework, analyzing district policies and procedures, conducting academic achievement and behavioral practices and launching dialog sessions with school advisory councils.

View the Plan