The district held a special board meeting on September 21 to discuss the transition plan to in-person learning. The school board intended to take a vote on the implementation of the plan at this meeting. However, additional information regarding COVID-19 infection rates became available from the Cowlitz County Health Department shortly before the meeting, so the board decided to postpone voting on the transition to in person learning until its September 28 meeting.
The proposed transition plan includes moving to stage two of the district’s reopening plan starting October 5. This means on Monday, October 5 pre-Kindergarten through second grade, […]