COVID-19 (March-June 2020)
- Hello ID
Access to Learning
- Access to Learning - Centennial Middle School (Week of March 23)
- Access to Learning - Elementary (Weeks of March 23 and March 30)
- Access to Learning - Valley View Middle School (Week of April 6)
- Access to Learning - Valley View Middle School (Week of March 23)
- Access to Learning - Valley View Middle School (Week of March 30)
- Home Learning Activities & Resources
- Setting up Zoom and Meeting Information for Students
- Student Online Resources
- Tips for Parents and Guardians on How to Support Learning from Home
- Computer/laptop device info
- COVID-19 Links & Resources
- COVID-19 Updates & Communication Archive
- Meals & Kids' Cafe (COVID-19)
OSPI COVID-19 Guidance & Resources
- April 21, 2020 - Supt. Chris Reykdal Explains Student Learning & Grading Policy
- April 17, 2020 - Supt. Reykdal Addresses Grading & Supports for Students with Disabilities
- April 9, 2020 - Educator Q&A with Superintendent Chris Reykdal During COVID-19 School Closures
- Aoril 3, 2020 - Q&A with Superintendent Chris Reykdal During COVID-19 School Closures
- March 27, 2020 - Message from State Superintendent Chris Reykdal During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- OSPI COVID-19 Guidance & Resources
- OSPI Resources for Continuous Learning During School Closures
- OSPI Resources to Support Student Well-Being & School Safety
- Staff COVID-19 Resources & Information
- Staff Directory
- Translation Help (website)
March 18, 2020 COVID-19 Update
With the district-wide closure of all schools in the Snohomish School District, we wanted to provide families with more information to support students’ access to learning. The materials do not replace the experience of being in school but can help students maintain the learning that has taken place this school year.
Calls from teachers
By the end of this week, district teachers will be making initial connections with students and their families through the primary phone number on file in the student’s Skyward/Family Access record. 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” in your caller ID.
Does your student not have access to a computer/laptop or internet access available at home?
In order to better engage in learning while at home, it may be useful for Snohomish School District students to have a computer/laptop and internet access. If any student does not have access to a computer/laptop or an internet connection at home, please complete one of the form links below. A separate form will need to be completed for each student in a family.
Families needing devices will receive a follow-up communication, and devices will be distributed during the week of March 23. Please note that due to the district's limited number of devices, the district's priority for distribution is for students and families who do not have devices or access to the internet.
- Click here to access the student request form (English)
- Click here to access the student request form (Spanish)
- Click here to access the staff form
Important – If you do not have a device that is able to access the online forms, please call one of these phone numbers between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. today or tomorrow (Thursday, March 19). A staff member is available at these numbers to work with our families over the phone to get the necessary information.
- Elementary – 360-563-7247
- Middle and high school – 360-563-7251
- Spanish speaking families – 360-563-7290
Continued development of access to learning materials
As the school closure continues, we are continuing to develop materials which include:
- Optional resources for families to use to keep students engaged.
- Please click here for a link to some home learning activities and resources (listed by grade level and subject area) available to students and families. Every effort has been made to provide safe, educational and highly rated sites for students. Please note the Snohomish School District, is not responsible for, and do not necessarily endorse, the content or advertising found on these sites. Parents/guardians are encouraged to read the terms and privacy policies before creating an account for any of the following resources.
- Guidance for families to support engagement.
- Online resources with which students have familiarity.
Student engagement materials do not include:
- Replication of classroom instruction.
- Monitoring students’ access of online tools / resources.
- Providing an exhaustive list of options.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate these uncharted waters. Please remember to take care of each other. I am confident we will get through this, but it will take all of us thinking creatively and continuing to support our community’s children.