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Schools are closed to the general public for the remainder of the school year. Access limited to employees and scheduled appointments only.

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COVID-19 Distance Learning Program

Greetings Walla Walla Students and Families,

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The WWPS Distance Learning Program has been developed to ensure continued student progress and connection as a result of school campus closures due to COVID-19. Consistent with our established Guiding Principles, preschool and elementary-aged students will be supported with weekly learning materials, customized and created exclusively by their homeroom teacher and specialists. Middle and high school students will receive their daily instruction from their teachers through the Google Classroom platform. Following elementary packet pick up and secondary technology/internet access distribution on Monday, March 23, instruction officially began Tuesday, March 24. The last day for Walla Walla Public School students will be Friday, June 19. Graduation dates remain the same for high school students.

District leaders and staff have worked diligently to provide a quality learning experience for students during this time period to maintain adult-student connection and support continuation of learning. Framed through an equity lens, the ability to master grade-level content, earn credits, remain on track for graduation, and most importantly keep students and families connected with their teachers is our paramount obligation. Please feel free to contact your student's teacher, school or my office directly at 527-3000.

Wade Smith, Ed.D. 
Superintendent of Schools 

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WALLA WALLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS • 364 South Park St. • Walla Walla, WA 99362 • Phone: 509-527-3000 • Fax: 509.529.7713

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