Edmonds School District bringing some students back | School Briefs


Last updated 11/12/2020 at 10:03am

The Edmonds School District will bring some of its students back into our buildings for in-person learning next week.

The district, in a news release, said it wants to assure the community that the safety of students, families, and staff remains our top priority as it continues to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stage One will begin with a rolling start on Monday, Nov. 16, which includes two schools and special education programs: Hazelwood Elementary School's Visually Impaired Program and Madrona K-8's Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program.

In-person learning for students in some Intensive Support programs begin Nov. 30; Developmental Kindergarten begins Jan. 4; and Scriber Lake High School Stage One identified programs will begin Jan. 10.

"We want to thank our students, staff and families for continued support and flexibility as we work to bring our Stage One students back into our schools," said spokesperson Harmony Weinberg. "We ask for your continued patience as we make modifications when needed and diligently follow the latest safety recommendations from our health officials."

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A reentry dates are subject to change if directed to do so by the Snohomish Health District.

Superintendent Student Advisory Committee named

Congratulations to the Edmonds School District's 2020-21 Superintendent Student Advisory Committee.

More than 50 students applied, and 21 were selected. The SAC is made up of student leaders in grades nine through 12, with representation from each of the district's high schools.

"We need to bring our students to the table and hear directly from them on what school communities need and how we can provide better support," said Superintendent Gustavo Balderas.

Balderas said he is looking forward to working with the committee and sharing the outcomes with the community.


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