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Use the links in the sidebar to download the current and future school year calendars.

The Washougal School District (WSD) has been granted an emergency instructional day waiver from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The request is based on the state of emergency declared by Governor Inslee in response to winter weather, which necessitated the closure of schools 11 days this winter.

Washington state requires 180 days of instruction and an average of 1,027 instructional hours.

Washougal School District closed for a total of 11 days due to weather, using up three planned and three additional snow makeup days. Earlier this year, the district made several changes to the school calendar to make up six of the missed days. The waiver excuses the additional five missed days, but students will still meet the requirement of instructional hours by attending school longer each day.  Beginning February 6, 2017, additional time was added to each school day. June 23, the last day of school, has been changed from a 3-hour early release to a full school day.

  • Snow days in 2016-2017: December 8, 9, 15, 16; January 9, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18; February 3;

To meet the instructional hours requirement, the district is implementing these changes:

  • Beginning February 6, 2017, 18 minutes will be added to the end of each school day
  • June 21, 22 and June 23 will be regular attendance days
  • June 23, the last day of school, will be changed from a 3-hour early release to a full school day
  • Washougal High School and Excelsior High School graduation dates will not change

 

Facility Use Calendars

Facility Use Calendars are now stored in Google Calendar. You can subscribe to calendars by clicking the +Google logo in the bottom right corner. Links to individual building calendars are located in the left sidebar. To view just one calendar below, use the small downward arrow in the upper right to choose the calendar you wish to view.

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