Hybrid Hot Topics
Do you have questions and concerns about the safety of hybrid learning? Maybe you have seen statements on social media that are making you anxious about students and teachers returning to school buildings.
That's why we are introducing Hybrid Hot Topics as a news feature on our website. You can also visit our FAQ page to find more facts and information on the latest buzz.
This week's hot topics include:
- Are district leaders using outdated Covid information that doesn't account for the new variants?
- Are teachers and students responsible for cleaning classrooms before AM and PM sessions?
- Are school safety plans adequate?
Find out the answers to these questions and more.
Now Hiring Guest Nursing Positions and Guest Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)
Do you have the qualifications to fill this role or know a friend who might?
School nurses enjoy a flexible schedule and help our students stay healthy and ready to learn. We currently have openings for Guest Licensed Practical Nurses and Guest School Nurses. Learn more and apply.
In case of a power outage, we have prepared offline learning activities for every grade level. They are available in English, Spanish, Somali and Vietnamese.
We want to share an update on high school athletics. High school sports will resume starting February 24. We are following health guidelines to ensure our students and coaches are safe. Athletic directors will be reaching out to students and families who are registered and cleared for athletics through FamilyID related to procedures and protocols.
KingCo League - Evergreen, Highline, Tyee high schools
Football will start on February 24.
Cheer, dance, drill, cross country, volleyball, boys golf and tennis, and girls soccer and swim will start on March 1.
NPSL League - Mount Rainier High School
Football will start on March 1.
Cheer, dance, drill, cross country, golf, volleyball and girls soccer and swim will begin on March 8.
All other sports will be in season 2 or 3. Check out our athletics webpage for the current dates.
COVID Vaccination Clinics in South King County
Beginning February 1, King County will operate COVID-19 vaccination sites in Auburn and Kent to serve residents of south King County who 1) are age 75 or older, OR 2) are age 50 or older and cannot live independently, or live with and care for kin, OR 3) are providing care (paid or unpaid) for someone age 50 or older who cannot live independently.
You can register for an appointment at www.covidvaccine.kingcounty.gov.
If you need help registering by phone or with interpretation, call Washington state’s COVID-19 Assistance Hotline at 1-800-525-0127.