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dist_logo_button The Port Angeles School District is committed to maximizing in-person learning, supporting academic recovery and acceleration. Our focuses are the well-being, health, and safety of our school community. Some health and safety protocols will remain this school year, others will go away, and we will implement new mitigation strategies.  Please click the green button to learn more!

Key Strategies for Health and Safety When Returning to School

sick Feeling ill? Stay home. Click here for the return to school flow chart.

spray Enhanced cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing of schools will be conducted. Click here to learn more!

mask As of March 12, 2022, masking is optional for all staff, students, and visitors on all campuses and buses. Masks may be required universally during clusters or outbreaks in classrooms or groups. Find out more about masking and other COVID-19 regulations here: doh.wa.gov/masks

hand washing Regular handwashing and sanitizing will be required throughout the day. Hand sanitizer is available throughout all school buildings.

4th Annual Caring for Kids at Christmas
4th Annual Caring for Kids at Christmas
11/22/2022
It is that time of year to think about the families in our district who may need Christmas assistance. The need is more significant than ever due to the rising costs of everything. There are many opportunities to donate and participate!
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November is Native American Heritage Month!
November is Native American Heritage Month!
11/03/2022
Port Angeles School District recognizes the importance of honoring the indigenous history, traditions, languages, and cultures of Indigenous people in the district, local area, State of Washington, United States, and worldwide. We acknowledge that we are on the indigenous lands of Coast Salish people, who have reserved territory rights to this land, specifically the Klallam Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here since Time Immemorial.
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End of School Employee COVID Vaccine Info
End of School Employee COVID Vaccine Info
11/02/2022
In the next chapter of our COVID-19 journey, Governor Inslee announced the end of the school employee COVID-19 vaccination requirement as of October 31, 2022. This rescission includes employees, volunteers, and indoor contractors in educational settings. If you would like to review the guidance to prevent and respond to COVID-19 in schools, you can read the Washington State Department of Health’s communication here: https://doh.wa.gov/sites/default/files/2022-10/821165-K12SchoolsChildCare2022-2023.pdf If you have any questions, please contact your student's school building or district office.
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Upcoming Dates and Winter Prep
Upcoming Dates and Winter Prep
10/25/2022
Autumn is finally here, and snow is officially falling in the Olympics! This means winter weather in the lowlands is around the corner. Please have a plan for your students if a school delay, closure, or schedule change is made, especially if you leave before the school bus arrives.
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Para and Sub Shortage
Para and Sub Shortage
10/21/2022
We are urgently hiring caring individuals to join our team as we are at a critically low level of employees to support our school system.
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Indigenous People's Day - October 10
Indigenous People's Day - October 10
10/07/2022
Port Angeles School District observes October 10th as Indigenous People’s Day. This day is for celebrating, recognizing, and honoring the beautiful traditions and cultures of the Indigenous People, not just in America but worldwide. Their way of life and culture carries wisdom and valuable insights into how we can live life more sustainably. Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a holiday that celebrates the Native Americans, the original inhabitants of North America. Indigenous Peoples Day is a time for reflection and remembrance for many people.
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October is Disability History & Awareness Month
October is Disability History & Awareness Month
10/06/2022
Disability History and Awareness Month takes place in October. This month, PASD aims to increase awareness, respect, and acceptance for people with disabilities and to bring a greater sense of pride to people with disabilities. In 1975, the Individuals with Disabilities Act was passed, ensuring that every child has the right to an education and all students are provided equal access to learning, regardless of disability. Before this act, many children were denied education and learning opportunities. In 1970, U.S. schools educated only one in five children with disabilities. Many states had laws excluding certain students, including children who were deaf, blind, emotionally disturbed, or had an intellectual disability. Since the passage of this act in 1975, significant progress has been made toward meeting goals for developing and implementing effective programs and services for early intervention, special education, and related services. PASD believes all students have a right to meaningfully participate in the general education setting, both academically and socially, to the fullest extent possible. ​ Join us in learning more about becoming an ally for those with disabilities. To learn more, visit: https://accessibility.cornell.edu/diversity-includes-disability/be-an-ally/
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Upcoming Dates
Upcoming Dates
10/03/2022
There is no school for students on Monday, Oct. 31, for our district’s Collaborative Day. Parent-Teacher Conferences are Nov. 1 - 4. Schools will follow half-day schedules. Please note there is NO LATE START on Wednesday, Nov. 2. Breakfast and lunch will be provided during parent-teacher conference week. Half-Day Schedules: Dry Creek and Roosevelt: 7:45am - 11:05am Franklin and Hamilton: (K-3rd) 7:45am - 10:50am and (4th-6th) 7:45am - 11:15am Jefferson: (K-3rd) 7:45am - 10:55am and (4th-6th) 7:45am - 11:20am Stevens Middle School: 8:35am - 12:20pm Port Angeles High School: 8:15am - 12:05pm Lincoln High School: 8:30am - 12:00pm
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Food Services

NEW FOR 2022/2023

All Students enrolled in Dry Creek, Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, Roosevelt, Stevens, Lincoln, and PAHS are entitled to FREE meals (breakfast and lunch) on the days when school is in session for the entire school year. We will distribute meals on campus at scheduled meal times.

Port Angeles School District is participating in a National School Lunch and Breakfast Program called Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). This program allows all students attending school in person to receive breakfast and lunch at no charge throughout the 2022-2023 school year.

ALL families must fill out a Family Income Survey regardless of income. Click here to learn more!

Welcome to Port Angeles School District

Vision
All Port Angeles School District students will graduate prepared for life-long learning

Mission
The Port Angeles School District creates learning communities that prepare each student to live, work, and learn successfully in a changing world.

Beliefs
Every student can learn. Every person has worth. School safety matters.

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