Parent Partnership Program (PPP) is a Snohomish School District option that partners with homeschool students and their families. In these times, we understand that some families may not yet be comfortable sending their children to school in the fall and are considering the option of homeschooling.
The advantages of our district’s PPP program and partnering with your school include:
For questions about homeschooling, the district’s Parent Partnership Program (PPP) and how to enroll your child in PPP for the 2020-2021 school year, please call 360-563-3423. We are available throughout the summer and will be happy to help you, your student and family.
June 29, 2020
I want to provide you with an update of the work of our district’s Re-Opening Committee (ROC). The committee, which meets weekly and has had three meetings to date, includes district administrators, principals, and parents. Additionally, subcommittees comprised of district teachers, classified staff and students are working to provide input to the ROC.
The ROC’s goal is to have a recommendation to the School Board around July 22. The committee’s work is guided by directives from the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).
Here are the key points from the ROC’s last meeting (Friday, June 26) that I want to share with you:
Below are important resources about the guidance from OSPI that likely provide answers to many questions:
Documents, agendas and minutes from the district’s ROC meetings are posted on our website at www.sno.wednet.edu/reopening. We encourage you to take a look through them and stay connected. We also have a dedicated email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) for those with questions or looking to provide input.
I look forward to providing you with additional updates as we move through this process. As always, I hope you and your families are taking time to relax and enjoy your summer break.
Kent Kultgen, Superintendent
Kids' Cafe summer meal service begins Monday, June 29
All area kids age 18 and younger are invited to join us at our Kids' Café summer meal program. The program is free, and there is no pre-registration or sign-up. Kids just need to show up and enjoy a great meal. At sites where there is only a single serving time*, kids will receive a lunch for that day and a breakfast for the following day. Kids' Café is held Monday through Friday and runs from Monday, June 29, through Friday, August 28. We offer meals at the following times and locations:
All meals this summer will be provided at a district vehicle (no meals will be served in school cafeterias). Please look for the vehicle each day in the school bus loops/drop-off areas and where meals have historically been served at mobile home parks. Learn more at www.sno.wednet.edu/kidscafe.
ECEAP enrollment for fall
The Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program, or ECEAP, is a child development program for children aged 3 or 4 and their families. Children who experience poverty, homelessness, or are living in foster or kinship care, or are adopted from foster or kinship care, as well as children receiving special education services with the school district, are prioritized. Although it is uncertain what the opening of school will look like for the fall, ECEAP is still enrolling students and offering family support coaching, teacher check-ins, resources, educational activities, as well as online family support groups and informational classes to help ready your child for school. Please call 360-563-4641 for more information or 360-563-4636 for more information in Spanish.
New student enrollment and registration now available online
The Snohomish School District has implemented a new online process to enroll and register new students to the district and incoming kindergarten students. This process is only for incoming kindergartners and new students to the district, not students transferring to another school within the district. To learn more and be redirected to the online registration page, please click here.
State immunization requirement changes
Beginning August 1, 2020: