October 12, 2020
Student Shout Out!
PICTURE DAYs are this week!
Picture Day is upon us! Please review the day to come in for your photos.
--> Park in the Student Parking Lot (Fishback Stadium) and enter through the Student Doors
--> Pictures will be in the main gym, follow the directions to the location for photos
--> Exit through the side of the gym and back to the Student Parking Lot
Masks must be worn
Social distancing will be expected
Each student can come with 1 person from their household (parent, sibling etc) if needed
Wednesday, Oct. 14th
Freshman (Last Names)
Sophomores (Last Names)
Thursday, Oct. 15th
Juniors (Last Names)
Friday, Oct. 16th
Seniors (Last Names)
Contact Gary McGarvie for more information
www.Dorianstudio.com (enter Washougal High School) for more information
Yearbooks are HERE and ready for pick. up on Monday, Oct. 19th!!
Monday, Oct. 19th
9:00-11:00 Class of 2023
11:00-1:00 Class of 2022
1:00-3:00 Class of 2021
3:00-5:00 Class of 2020
Because we need signatures our process will be a little different. Instead of us brining the yearbooks to you, you need to park and come to the book area at the front of the building and then sign for your book. If you need to pay for your book, Misty will be ready to help. We can take Debit or Credit only due to Covid.
Conference Week: October 26-30
Conference Week: October 26-30
**There will be NO in-person learning during Conference Week
This is our WHS Distance Learning Landing Page that will help you find teachers' sites, classroom information and more!
Important Meal Information
Free/Reduced Application for 2020-2021
Families who wish to receive or continue receiving free or reduced price meals during the 2020-21 school year must submit a new Free & Reduced Meal Application each school year by the 30th day of school. For this year, October 15th is the 30th day of the school year. Currently, all meals are FREE for all children 18 years old and under. However, starting in January any students receiving free or reduced meals on a carry over from 2019-2020, who have not turned in a new form, will be charged full price. Families with questions about their application or who need assistance should contact Julie Ferguson at the District Office, 360-954-3053. Please read the letter to households and the consent to share eligibility form which are part of the file linked here to apply. You can fill out your forms online or turn them into Julie at the District Office.
Take-out Meals During All-Distance Learning
In case you haven't heard, we have changed to a scratch cooking model of food preparation and we need your help in carrying out our mission of making delicious and nutritious meals accessible to all WSD students. During distance learning, meals can be picked up at one of our “take out” schools; Hathaway Elementary School, Gause Elementary School, and Cape Horn-Skye/Canyon Creek. Meal Pickup during distance learning will be twice a week, Mondays and Wednesdays with two meal pickup times to work for your schedule 11:00am – 1:00pm or 4:00pm – 6:00pm. You can pick up all of your students' meals at one location to make it as convenient for you as possible. We hope your student enjoys this amazing new meal program.
Margaret Rice, Director
Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Washougal School District
Technology and Chromebook Info
- A broken device
- Trouble logging in (see above for support first)
- Other tech related issues
Contact Tech Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tech Support at 360-954-3671
Daily Student Schedule
Grade Level Information
Students: Please make sure that you sign up for your Grade Level Google Classroom
Need Internet Support?
Internet Service or Hotspots for Students
The district is gathering names of students and families who need internet access to support their impactED online learning. There are two ways the district may be able to provide internet access, including a CARES Act-funded program to subsidize the cost of cable internet, DSL or other providers; and a district-funded option that would be delivered to individual families via a “hotspot,” or mobile internet connectivity device. If your family wishes to be contacted about these programs, please use the survey to let us know. We will ask for your location and contact information.
Depending on demand, the district will be able to provide internet-capable devices (i.e., tablets) for families with students who qualify for free and reduced price meals, students experiencing homelessness and others with a demonstrated need.