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District News

Feedback sought on 3000 & 5000 Board Policy Series

The Olympia School Board welcomes feedback about policies that are currently being reviewed by the Citizen's Advisory Committee (CAC) - Policy Review. The Advisory Committee is made up of students, family members, staff and community members who are leading the work of the district policy review in preparation for adoption by the school board. ​ Feedback will be accepted from 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 20 through 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 1, 2024 for the 3000 "Students" Policies and the 5000 "Personnel" Policies.
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Public Hearings and Work Session info

The Olympia School Board welcomes comments from the community about school facility efficiency review, budget and more. The following are specifics about two upcoming opportunities for providing feedback.
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Spotlight on Success: February 2024

In our most recent edition of Spotlight on Success; Congratulations to this year's OSD Teachers of the Year, Hot Tea and TLC at Lincoln Elementary School, Avanti celebrates 100 years and renovation with ribbon cutting, Centennial Elementary School celebrates belonging, Paper roller coasters are all the rage at Jefferson MS and much more!
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Replacement Levy Approved: Thank You Voters!

Nearly 70 percent of voters have approved Olympia School District’s Educational Programs and Operations Replacement Levy in the February 13, 2024 Special Election, according to final, official election results.
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Middle School Options Program Deadlines

The Olympia School District middle school options program deadlines are right around the corner. We hope you are able to check out a few of our wonderful middle school options programs! Dates, times and additional information linked below:
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2024 Legislative Priorities

The Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Olympia School District No. 111, Thurston County, Washington (the “District”) identifies that the Olympia School District will face funding shortfalls in the 2024-25 school year and beyond. The shortfalls are caused, in part, by long-term structural inequitable funding mechanisms and underfunded state or federal requirements. These shortfalls are exacerbated by enrollment declines.
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Oly Ed: Parent Education Series with parent coach Emily McMason

The Olympia Education Foundation is proud to present the 2023-24 Parent Education Series with parent coach Emily McMason. This yearlong parent education series is open to all Olympia School District families at no cost!
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School Facility Efficiency Review Update

The following is an update of work that has been done, as well as next steps, in the School Facility Efficiency Review process. ​ Background In late August 2023, the Olympia School Board received an analysis of enrollment trends and a long-term enrollment forecast from Flo Analytics in Seattle. That analysis showed that districtwide enrollment has declined in recent years and is projected to continue to decline by nearly 1,000 students over the next 10 years. The lower enrollment projected is due to a variety of factors, including housing trends and declining births — issues not unique to our district. View the complete Flo Analytics report posted on the district website.
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Interested in being a substitute paraeducator?

Interested in becoming a substitute paraeducator? The Olympia School District, like districts across the region, state and country, is experiencing staffing shortages and a lack of substitutes. The following are some steps we have taken to mitigate our substitute shortage and related information:
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