The design achieves many of the project goals but is still likely to be changed as the project moves forward.
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Plans are for a virtual graduation event and a last day of school community event.
Have perspectives on the impacts and behaviors during the COVID-19 crisis changed since this poll was published a month ago? Let's see.
"Elementary students will receive a report card at the end of the year. However, the report card will not include standards-based grades for second semester."
State Superintendent Reykdal said they were to implement “do no harm” grading policies. Quinn said they also focused on “compassion and common sense.”
"There has been an incredible outpouring of support from the community and we really appreciate it."
The COVID-19 response has put an extra load on community services while requiring schools to develop a new food distribution system.
Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal joined Inslee in making the announcement.
School Board directors unanimously approved rescinding the levy from the April ballot and granted the superintendent emergency powers.