Access to Learning
Teachers and staff have made initial connections with students and their families through phone calls. This week and in the coming weeks, please look for more communication and information (phone calls and emails) from your child’s teachers about your students' access to learning. Please note, because many staff are not using district phones and are not on site or in our schools while these calls are being made, the calls will likely be noted as “caller unknown” or “blocked caller” on caller IDs.
Access to learning for all students is the district’s academic goal during school closures necessitated by the coronavirus outbreak. It is intended to provide equitable engagement opportunities for all students. As a district, we will continue to make adjustments to our students’ learning experiences as this situation evolves.
Kids' Cafe meals are currently being delivered using district buses/vehicles along bus routes. Click here to see the routes where meals are available to ANY child ages 0-18 years old (those needing food should grab meals at any stop, along any route). No identification is needed, however the child must be present to receive meals. Drivers and district staff will hand out free sack breakfasts and lunches for those who need them Monday through Friday. At daily delivery, a student will get 2 sack meals - a lunch for the current day and a breakfast to save for the next.
Our district has partnered with the Snohomish Boys and Girls Club and the Mill Creek Family Branch-YMCA to provide child care for our district first responders and health care workers who need child care. Beginning Monday, March 23, both centers will provide childcare available from 6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
State immunization requirement changes
Beginning August 1, 2020: