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Yes. Each high school plans to complete and publish a yearbook. Your school’s principal will provide more information soon.

VPS remains committed to honoring the class of 2020 in accordance with social distancing and safety protocols established by the Washington state governor’s office. More information about proms and other senior year traditions will be shared with families as it becomes available.

The May 2020 examinations were scheduled for Columbia River High School students between April 30 and May 22 for diploma programme and course candidates. The International Baccalaureate Association determined that these external exams will not be held due to the statewide closure in 2020.

Depending on their registration status, students will be awarded a diploma or a course certificate that reflects their standard of work. This is based on each student’s coursework and the established assessment expertise, rigor and quality control already built into the programmes.

The International Baccalaureate Organization has announced that the May examinations for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme will not be held this spring due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

The May 2020 examinations were scheduled for Columbia River High School students between April 30 and May 22 for diploma programme and course candidates. These IB external exams will no longer be held.

Depending on what they registered for, students will be awarded a diploma or a course certificate which reflects their standard of work. This is based on each student’s coursework and the established assessment expertise, rigor and quality control already built into the programmes.

The IB organization will share full details and FAQs with us and on their website by March 27.

Yes! AP exams will be held online this year. For more information, visit AP coronavirus updates or contact Meredith Wilson (meredith.wilson@vansd.org).

Our grounds crew is mowing less frequently but is continuing to maintain school fields and grounds.

  • Mowing protects equipment. Allowing grasses to grow too much causes strain and equipment failure.
  • Mowing sustains healthier soil, preventing invasive species.
  • With irrigation season approaching, mowed grasses help staff members visually locate sprinkler heads and damaged irrigation lines.

Families can find free food at several locations during the summer.

Las familias pueden obtener comida gratuita en diferentes lugares durante el verano.

Mei wor ekkóch neni famini ir mei tongeni nó ngeni ren ar repwe kúút áninis ren enér mwéngé nón ei summer (Suun-Akkos).

Last updated June 19. 

Individuals or groups that have rented out a district facility can be refunded or rescheduled. Please contact the community services department to make arrangements.

Details about requesting refunds or applying a balance forward to next school year will be available soon.

Last updated April 14.

You may be wondering what to expect during the school closure related to IEPs, evaluations, and special education services. We are discussing plans on how meetings can be held and services delivered. Additional information will be coming soon.

During the mandatory closures, school districts are prohibited from providing in-person educational, recreational, and other K–12 school programs using their school buildings and facilities by OSPI. If educational services are provided for the general education population, then IEP services will also be provided to students with disabilities.

We know that many students and families have additional questions, we will do what we can to address all questions. If you have specific questions related to your student’s special education services or IEP related to this closure, please call the special services department at 360-313-1158 or email the special services manager assigned to your child’s school.

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Last updated March 20.

VPS is offering free childcare services for healthcare workers, first responders, pharmacy workers and grocery store workers. To request child care, please contact Educational Service District 112 Child Care Resource and Referral at 360-952-3466.

Thank you for your support.

Due to physical distancing recommendations, we are not able to set up food donation locations at our schools. However, please consider donating food or money to the Clark County Food Bank. The food bank provides VPS with food for students and families as well as many other Clark County partners and organizations.

Donations also can be made to the Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools, which supports basic needs.

Throughout the closure, all athletics and morning/afternoon/evening and weekend school activities are canceled.

Last updated April 14.

 

SAT: A makeup exam scheduled for March 28 and an exam scheduled for May 2 have been canceled. Registered students will receive a refund. Students can go to the College Board website for updated information.

ACT: The April 4 national test date has been rescheduled for June 13 across the U.S. Students can go to the ACT website for more information.

Yes. The early entrance to kindergarten application process has been updated. Please check the early entrance to kindergarten webpage for details. If you have additional questions, please contact Kelly Mainka.

Last updated April 10.

Until the stay-home order is lifted, we are unable to schedule future building rentals.

Last updated April 16.

Principals will develop a schedule allowing parents and students to retrieve belongings from schools before the end of the school year. Entry into the schools will follow the required social distancing and recommended safety protocols.

Last updated April 14.

For students and families who paid fees for spring sports, dances or other activities that were canceled as a result of schools closing, the following steps will be taken:

For students/families who paid these fees with a credit card
Since the district can safely and efficiently process credits back to the same credit card, those fees will be automatically credited back to the same card that paid the fee(s) between May 11 and May 15.

For students/families who paid these fees with cash or a check
The safest and most efficient way to return these fees is through a credit on the student’s account that can be applied to any fees assessed for future classes and/or activities. Meal accounts are housed on a different system, so we can’t apply credits toward future meals.

For high school seniors and families who would prefer a refund over a credit toward future fees, we will accommodate those requests as community safety and district payment processes allow. To request a refund and make arrangements for a secure refund payment, please contact your school.

Per the governor’s order for citizens to stay home and stay safe, VPS school playgrounds and other play areas are closed until the order is lifted.

Last updated March 24.

Yes! Get the details on how to apply online for the Spanish/English Dual Language Program or Mandarin Language Learning Program.

Remote learning

On April 6, 2020, Gov. Jay Inslee directed Washington state schools to remain closed for the rest of the 2019–2020 school year. We are committed to doing our very best to educate students during this statewide school closure.

Remote learning updates

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Frequently asked questions

You can find information on accessing many commonly used apps and programs on the weLearn parent resource website.

For additional assistance, email student.support@vansd.org or call 360-313-5400.

Issues to report include:

  • Your passcode or password doesn’t work
  • Your device is broken (device or charger)

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If/when we move into a hybrid scenario where students are in the building part of the time and in remote learning part of the time, students should able to maintain remote status 100% of the time.

Special education students’ plans will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Students who are English language learners or receive LAP services will need plans for continuing with remote instruction.

Last updated Aug. 13, 2020.

Due to the emergency closure of schools and the move to remote learning, the State Board of Education provides flexibility for schools and students to meet their educational requirements. While schools and students are expected to make a good faith effort in meeting these requirements, students will not be negatively impacted by circumstances out of their control.

We understand that remote learning creates new challenges. Our promise to our families and students is that grades and promotions will not be harmed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Elementary
Elementary school report cards will be completed at the end of this trimester and will be available June 19. Teachers will record “meets standard” or “does not meet standard” for all applicable areas under distance learning circumstances; some areas will not be able to be assessed and will be marked with an asterisk.

Middle school
Middle school students in high school credit-bearing classes will be eligible for two options:

  • Credit/no credit
  • Letter grade

Students will inform their teachers by June 1 as to which option they choose.

All other middle school classes will be pass/no pass.

High school
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal announced new rules on April 22 that Washington state teachers must follow when determining grades for high school course credit. Students should contact their counselor if they have questions.

  • March 17 is the starting point for the grading system changes.
  • A student’s baseline letter grade is the letter grade earned by March 17.
  • All students will have the opportunity to improve their baseline letter grade. The final letter grade will not be lower than the baseline letter grade.
  • Teachers will assign A, B, C, or D letter grades or assign an “incomplete”.
  • Students assigned an “incomplete” for a course will be given opportunities to re-engage and meet the learning standards.
  • An “F” will not be given as a letter grade. If a student’s baseline letter grade was an “F” and has not been improved through remote learning, the student may receive a “D” or an “incomplete”.
  • No student will receive a “pass,” “fail,” or “no credit” grade for any course.
  • Teachers will assign grades or assign an “incomplete” for students that cannot engage in an equitable way.
  • Every class taken during the closure period will be given a statewide designator on the high school transcript to denote the unique environment in which the course was taken.
  • Students assigned an “incomplete” for a course will be given opportunities to reengage in the learning standards based on local school district decisions in consultation with the student/parents/guardians, including but not limited to:
    • Summer school
    • Courses in the following term or year
    • Independent study
    • Competency-based courses
    • Online courses
    • Backfilling the incomplete grade with the letter grade obtained in the next course taken in that subject area
  • All students will be given an opportunity to engage in continuous learning to maintain or improve their mastery of essential standards.

Students should check with their counselor if they have questions.

Как будут выставляться оценки во время дистанционного обучения?

В связи с экстренным закрытием школ и переходом на дистанционное обучение Совет по вопросам образования штата предоставляет школам и учащимся возможность гибко подходить к учебным требованиям. Ожидается, что школы и учащиеся будут добросовестно прилагать усилия к тому, чтобы соответствовать этим требованиям, в то же время обстоятельства вне контроля учеников не будут негативно влиять на их оценки.

Мы понимаем, что удалённое обучение создаёт новые трудности. Мы обещаем нашим учащимся и их семьям, что пандемия коронавируса не испортит оценки и не помешает переводу в следующий класс.

Начальные школы
Табеля успеваемости для начальных школ будут заполнены в конце этого триместра, и их можно будет получить 19 июня. Учителя внесут категории «соответствует стандартам» или «не соответствует стандартам» по всем соответствующим разделам в ситуации удалённого обучения; по некоторым разделам оценки не будут выставляться, эти разделы будут помечены звёздочкой.

Средние школы
Ученики средних школ, обучающиеся в классах, в которых они могут заработать кредиты старшей школы, имеют право выбрать из двух возможных вариантов:

  • Кредит/Нет кредита
  • Оценка по предмету в буквенном виде

Ученики должны сообщить своим учителям к 1 июня, какой из этих вариантов они выбрали.

Во всех других классах средней школы будут выставлены оценки «зачёт/ незачёт».

Старшие школы

Министр государственного образования штата, Chris Reykdal, 22 апреля объявил о введении новых правил, которыми должны руководствоваться учителя штата Вашингтон при выставлении оценок по предметам для получения кредитов в старших школах. Ученики должны обратиться к своему советнику, если у них есть вопросы.

  • Датой вступления в силу изменений в системе выставления оценок является 17 марта.
  • Исходной оценкой в буквенном виде у ученика является оценка в буквенном виде, заработанная на 17 марта.
  • У всех учеников будет возможность улучшить свою исходную оценку в буквенном виде. Итоговая оценка в буквенном виде не будет ниже исходной оценки в буквенном виде.
  • Учителя будут выставлять оценки «A», «B», «C» или «D» или оценку «незакончено-(incomplete)».
  • Ученикам, получившим оценку «незакончено-(incomplete)» по какому-либо предмету, будет дана возможность вновь активно подключиться к занятиям и достичь соответствия учебным стандартам.
  • Оценки «F» не будут выставляться. Если ученик имел исходную оценку «F» и не исправил её в период удалённого обучения, этот ученик может получить оценку «D» или «незакончено-(incomplete)».
  • Ни один ученик не получит оценку «зачёт-(pass)», «незачёт-неудовлетворительно (fail)» или «нет кредита (no credit)»” по какому-либо предмету.
  • Учителя выставят оценки или поставят «незакончено-(incomplete)» учащимся, которые не могут участвовать в занятиях наравне с другими.
  • Каждому предмету, который ученики будут проходить в период закрытия школ, будет присвоено кодовое обозначение в выписке об академической успеваемости с целью указать на то, что этот ученик изучал данный предмет в уникальной обстановке.
  • Ученикам, получившим оценку «незакончено-(incomplete)» по какому-либо предмету, будет дана возможность вновь активно подключиться к занятиям для достижения учебных стандартов на основании решений, принятых местным школьным районом при согласовании с учениками/родителями/опекунами; эти возможности включают, среди прочего следующее:
    • Летняя школа
    • Изучение предмета в следующем семестре или учебном году
    • Самостоятельное изучение предмета
    • Классы, обучение в которых основано на выполнении проектов
    • Изучение предмета онлайн
    • Замена задним числом оценки «незакончено-(incomplete)» оценкой в буквенном виде, полученной в следующем классе по тому же предмету.
  • Все ученикам будет предоставлена возможность продолжения учёбы для того, чтобы закрепить и улучшить овладение основными учебными стандартами.

¿Cómo se determinarán las calificaciones durante el período de aprendizaje remoto?

Debido al cierre de emergencia de las escuelas y la transición al aprendizaje remoto, la Junta Estatal de Educación otorga flexibilidad para que las escuelas y los estudiantes cumplan con sus requisitos educativos. Aun cuando se espera que las escuelas y los estudiantes hagan un esfuerzo de buena fe en la continuación de su educación por medio del aprendizaje remoto, las calificaciones de los estudiantes no serán impactadas de manera negativa por circunstancias fuera de su control.

Entendemos que el aprendizaje remoto crea nuevos retos. Nuestra promesa a nuestras familias y estudiantes es que las calificaciones y promociones al siguiente grado no sean impactadas por causa de la pandemia del coronavirus.

Escuela Primaria

Las boletas de calificaciones de las escuelas primarias se completarán a finales de este trimestre y estarán disponibles el 19 de junio. Los maestros indicarán “cumple con las exigencias del nivel de grado” o “no cumple con las exigencias del nivel de grado” en todas las áreas aplicables a las circunstancias del aprendizaje a distancia; algunas áreas no podrán ser evaluadas y serán marcadas con un asterisco (*).

Escuela Secundaria

Los estudiantes de la escuela secundaria que tienen clases con las que obtienen créditos académicos a nivel de preparatoria serán elegibles para dos opciones:

  • “Crédito académico” /”ningún crédito académico”
  • Calificación de letra (A-F)

Los estudiantes les harán saber a sus maestros qué opción elijen hasta el 1 de junio.

Todas las otras materias a nivel de escuela secundaria se calificarán con un “aprobado” /”no aprobado”.

Escuela Preparatoria

El Superintendente Estatal de Enseñanza Pública, Chris Reykdal, anunció el 22 de abril las nuevas reglas que los maestros del Estado de Washington deben seguir cuando determinen las calificaciones para los cursos de créditos académicos en la escuela preparatoria. Los estudiantes deben contactar a su consejero/a si tienen preguntas.

  • El 17 de marzo es el punto de inicio para los cambios del sistema de calificación.
  • La calificación de letra que el estudiante había logrado hasta el 17 de marzo se utilizará como la calificación de letra mínima.
  • Todos los estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de mejorar su calificación de letra mínima. La calificación final no será más baja que la calificación de letra mínima.
  • Los maestros asignarán calificaciones de letra A, B, C, D o asignarán un “incompleto”.
  • A los estudiantes que reciban un “incompleto” para un curso, se les dará oportunidades para retomar su trabajo académico y cumplir con los niveles de exigencia académica.
  • La calificación “F” no se puede dar como calificación de letra. Si la calificación de letra mínima era una F” y no mejoró por medio del aprendizaje en línea, el estudiante puede recibir una “D” o un “incompleto”.
  • Ningún estudiante recibirá un “aprobado”, “reprobado” o “ningún crédito” para ningún curso (materia).
  • Los maestros asignarán calificaciones o un “incompleto” a estudiantes que no pueden participar de manera equitativa.
  • Cada clase que tomen los estudiantes durante el periodo de cierre se marcará con un código de identificación estatal en su constancia de estudios de la escuela preparatoria para señalar las circunstancias únicas en las que se tomó el curso académico.
  • A los estudiantes a los que se les asignó un “incompleto” en un curso académico se les dará oportunidades para retomar su trabajo académico mediante opciones decididas por el distrito escolar local y previa consulta con el estudiante/padres de familia/tutores y las cuales incluyen, pero no se limitan a
    • Escuela de Verano
    • Cursos académicos en el próximo semestre o año escolar
    • Estudio independiente
    • Cursos de aprendizaje basado en competencias
    • Cursos académicos en línea
    • Reemplazando la calificación de “incompleto” con una calificación de letra obtenida en el próximo curso tomado en esa materia.
  • A todos los estudiantes se les dará la oportunidad de seguir aprendiendo para mantener o mejorar su dominio de estándares académicos esenciales.
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Class of 2020

The high school principals in Vancouver Public Schools have worked together to compile information that may help with your questions about senior students and graduation.

Class of 2020 updates

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Frequently asked questions

Yes. Each high school plans to complete and publish a yearbook. Your school’s principal will provide more information soon.

VPS remains committed to honoring the class of 2020 in accordance with social distancing and safety protocols established by the Washington state governor’s office. More information about proms and other senior year traditions will be shared with families as it becomes available.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal announced new rules on April 22 that Washington state teachers must follow when determining grades for high school course credit. Students should contact their counselor if they have questions. 

  • March 17 is the starting point for the grading system changes. 
  • A student’s baseline letter grade is the letter grade earned by March 17.
  • All students will have the opportunity to improve their baseline letter grade. The final letter grade will not be lower than the baseline letter grade.
  • Teachers will assign A, B, C, or D letter grades or assign an “incomplete”.
  • Students assigned an “incomplete” for a course will be given opportunities to re-engage and meet the learning standards.
  • An “F” will not be given as a letter grade. If a student’s baseline letter grade was an “F” and has not been improved through remote learning, the student may receive a “D” or an “incomplete”.
  • No student will receive a “pass,” “fail,” or “no credit” grade for any course.
  • Teachers will assign grades or assign an “incomplete” for students that cannot engage in an equitable way.
  • Every class taken during the closure period will be given a statewide designator on the high school transcript to denote the unique environment in which the course was taken.
  • Students assigned an “incomplete” for a course will be given opportunities to reengage in the learning standards based on local school district decisions in consultation with the student/parents/guardians, including but not limited to:
    • Summer school
    • Courses in the following term or year
    • Independent study
    • Competency-based courses
    • Online courses
    • Backfilling the incomplete grade with the letter grade obtained in the next course taken in that subject area
  • All students will be given an opportunity to engage in continuous learning to maintain or improve their mastery of essential standards.

Updated 4/22/20

¿Se calificarán mis asignaciones de aprendizaje en línea?
El Superintendente Estatal de Enseñanza Pública, Chris Reykdal, anunció el 22 de abril las nuevas reglas que los maestros del Estado de Washington deben seguir cuando determinen las calificaciones para los cursos de créditos académicos en la escuela preparatoria. Los estudiantes deben contactar a su consejero/a si tienen preguntas.

  • El 17 de marzo es el punto de inicio para los cambios del sistema de calificación.
  • La calificación de letra que el estudiante había logrado hasta el 17 de marzo se utilizará como la calificación de letra mínima.
  • Todos los estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de mejorar su calificación de letra mínima. La calificación final no será más baja que la calificación de letra mínima.
  • Los maestros asignarán calificaciones de letra A, B, C, D o asignarán un “incompleto”.
  • A los estudiantes que reciban un “incompleto” para un curso, se les dará oportunidades para retomar su trabajo académico y cumplir con los niveles de exigencia académica.
  • La calificación “F” no se puede dar como calificación de letra. Si la calificación de letra mínima era una F” y no mejoró por medio del aprendizaje en línea, el estudiante puede recibir una “D” o un “incompleto”.
  • Ningún estudiante recibirá un “aprobado”, “reprobado” o “ningún crédito” para ningún curso (materia).
  • Los maestros asignarán calificaciones o un “incompleto” a estudiantes que no pueden participar de manera equitativa.
  • Cada clase que tomen los estudiantes durante el periodo de cierre se marcará con un código de identificación estatal en su constancia de estudios de la escuela preparatoria para señalar las circunstancias únicas en las que se tomó el curso académico.
  • A los estudiantes a los que se les asignó un “incompleto” en un curso académico se les dará oportunidades para retomar su trabajo académico mediante opciones decididas por el distrito escolar local y previa consulta con el estudiante/padres de familia/tutores y las cuales incluyen, pero no se limitan a
    • Escuela de Verano
    • Cursos académicos en el próximo semestre o año escolar
    • Estudio independiente
    • Cursos de aprendizaje basado en competencias
    • Cursos académicos en línea
    • Reemplazando la calificación de “incompleto” con una calificación de letra obtenida en el próximo curso tomado en esa materia.

    A todos los estudiantes se les dará la oportunidad de seguir aprendiendo para mantener o mejorar su dominio de estándares académicos esenciales.

Будут ли мне выставляться оценки за задания, выполненные в период дистанционного обучения?
Министр государственного образования штата, Chris Reykdal, 22 апреля объявил о введении новых правил, которыми должны руководствоваться учителя штата Вашингтон при выставлении оценок по предметам для получения кредитов в старших школах. Ученики должны обратиться к своему советнику, если у них есть вопросы.

  • Датой вступления в силу изменений в системе выставления оценок является 17 марта.
  • Исходной оценкой в буквенном виде у ученика является оценка в буквенном виде, заработанная на 17 марта.
  • У всех учеников будет возможность улучшить свою исходную оценку в буквенном виде. Итоговая оценка в буквенном виде не будет ниже исходной оценки в буквенном виде.
  • Учителя будут выставлять оценки «A», «B», «C» или «D» или оценку «незакончено-(incomplete)».
  • Ученикам, получившим оценку «незакончено-(incomplete)» по какому-либо предмету, будет дана возможность вновь активно подключиться к занятиям и достичь соответствия учебным стандартам.
  • Оценки «F» не будут выставляться. Если ученик имел исходную оценку «F» и не исправил её в период удалённого обучения, этот ученик может получить оценку «D» или «незакончено-(incomplete)».
  • Ни один ученик не получит оценку «зачёт-(pass)», «незачёт-неудовлетворительно (fail)» или «нет кредита (no credit)»” по какому-либо предмету.
  • Учителя выставят оценки или поставят «незакончено-(incomplete)» учащимся, которые не могут участвовать в занятиях наравне с другими.
  • Каждому предмету, который ученики будут проходить в период закрытия школ, будет присвоено кодовое обозначение в выписке об академической успеваемости с целью указать на то, что этот ученик изучал данный предмет в уникальной обстановке.
  • Ученикам, получившим оценку «незакончено-(incomplete)» по какому-либо предмету, будет дана возможность вновь активно подключиться к занятиям для достижения учебных стандартов на основании решений, принятых местным школьным районом при согласовании с учениками/родителями/опекунами; эти возможности включают, среди прочего следующее:
    • Летняя школа
    • Изучение предмета в следующем семестре или учебном году
    • Самостоятельное изучение предмета
    • Классы, обучение в которых основано на выполнении проектов
    • Изучение предмета онлайн
    • Замена задним числом оценки «незакончено-(incomplete)» оценкой в буквенном виде, полученной в следующем классе по тому же предмету.
  • Все ученикам будет предоставлена возможность продолжения учёбы для того, чтобы закрепить и улучшить овладение основными учебными стандартами.

The May 2020 examinations were scheduled for Columbia River High School students between April 30 and May 22 for diploma programme and course candidates. The International Baccalaureate Association determined that these external exams will not be held due to the statewide closure in 2020.

Depending on their registration status, students will be awarded a diploma or a course certificate that reflects their standard of work. This is based on each student’s coursework and the established assessment expertise, rigor and quality control already built into the programmes.

A survey of our high school seniors ranked in-person graduations as their first preference. Consistent with Washington state’s four-phase reopening plan, however, these events must be held later this summer when it is deemed safe to hold large gatherings.

Formal graduation events are scheduled for mid-August. Get the details on commencement ceremonies and other activities to honor the class of 2020.

Last updated May 6.

Yes! AP exams will be held online this year. For more information, visit AP coronavirus updates or contact Meredith Wilson (meredith.wilson@vansd.org).

Visit the State Board of Education’s webpage for the class of 2020.

Visit the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Seniors’ last day for remote learning is June 5. Seniors who have an incomplete after June 5 should work with their teachers and counselor. Teachers must submit final grades by June 19. Diplomas can be picked up after June 19 when all fines/fees have been cleared. To pay fines/fees, go to the fines and fees website.

Updated: 4/22/20

Seniors can begin turning in their Chromebooks on June 8. Your school principal will provide details in the coming weeks.

Students should participate in remote learning to the best of their ability. Each high school has identified staff members to connect with students and ensure they are receiving the support they need to complete their school work.

High school support will be customized to the individual needs of each senior. Seniors have the opportunity to re-coup or make-up progress in meeting standards during the remote learning period. High school counselors will contact each VPS senior about a plan for success.

Updated 4/22/20

Yes. If you submitted your High School and Beyond Plan before the school closure, you have met the requirement. If you have not completed your High School and Beyond Plan, a career specialist will contact you to offer support in meeting this requirement.

SAT: A makeup exam scheduled for March 28 and an exam scheduled for May 2 have been canceled. Registered students will receive a refund. Students can go to the College Board website for updated information.

ACT: The April 4 national test date has been rescheduled for June 13 across the U.S. Students can go to the ACT website for more information.

For students and families who paid fees for spring sports, dances or other activities that were canceled as a result of schools closing, the following steps will be taken:

For students/families who paid these fees with a credit card
Since the district can safely and efficiently process credits back to the same credit card, those fees will be automatically credited back to the same card that paid the fee(s) between May 11 and May 15.

For students/families who paid these fees with cash or a check
The safest and most efficient way to return these fees is through a credit on the student’s account that can be applied to any fees assessed for future classes and/or activities. Meal accounts are housed on a different system, so we can’t apply credits toward future meals.

For high school seniors and families who would prefer a refund over a credit toward future fees, we will accommodate those requests as community safety and district payment processes allow. To request a refund and make arrangements for a secure refund payment, please contact your school.

Class of 2020

Graduation

Class of 2020 celebrations
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