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Pathway to Recovery

All school districts in Washington State are required to create an Academic and Student Well-being Recovery Plan with a goal to identify which students and student groups need additional academic and well-being supports, define how those supports will be provided, and plan for recovery and acceleration of student learning and well-being.    

In addition, districts are required to use an equity analysis tool in the development of the plan.  This work is ongoing and stakeholder feedback is paramount in this process.  As such, survey measures will be implemented in the 2021-22 school year to amplify the voices of stakeholders and obtain meaningful feedback from students, families, and staff.

We know that feeling comfortable in a classroom setting has a direct impact on academic achievement. A safe environment to ask questions and share experiences elevates learning, understanding, and cultivates relationships. Because of this, our teaching and learning environments need to be safe, inclusive places where everyone feels welcomed so learning can excel.