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We continue to prioritize the health of our school communities by complying with all requirements and guidance of the Washington State Department of Health (DOH), Labor & Industries, and Public Health - Seattle & King County.

In the 2022-23 school year, some health and safety protocols will remain, others will go away, some may adjust, and new COVID-19 prevention strategies will be implemented in response to public health guidance. Some key items to know are:

  • Health training: All staff members will be trained in health and safety protocols for their school building prior to the first student day.
  • Daily attestations: Daily health attestations screenings are no longer required by DOH and will not be used in the coming school year. Everyone should continue to monitor for symptoms and follow the protocols included in the 2022-2023 school year guidance.
  • Masks: Health officials made face coverings optional when they adjusted the guidance on March 12, 2022.
  • Vaccinations: Beginning November 1, 2022, as a result of the state of emergency being lifted, we no longer require proof of vaccination from employees or volunteers. 
  • Daily cleaning: The daily cleaning of classrooms and common spaces will continue. Snacks and drinks will not be consumed in the classroom, with the exception of access to a water bottle. A designated location will be identified by the COVID supervisor at each school building for students who require additional snacks during the day.

Please visit Public Health - Seattle & King County's website or the Washington State Department of Health for additional information, resources and details.

District Recovery Plans

In preparation for the fall of 2021 the District developed the Academic and Student Well-being Recovery Plan checklist as well as the Academic and Student Well-being Recovery Plan in a written format.

These plans were approved by the School Board on May 27, 2021. The checklist version of the plan is required by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) to receive Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds that are meant to help address student needs from extended school building closures and time in remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

While these plans are our best thinking as of May 2021, we understand that we will need to continue to monitor and adjust. 

COVID-19 Dashboard

Student case data will not be collected or published during Winter break, Midwinter break, or Summer break.