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South Washington Alternative High School serves students in tenth through twelfth grades and is part of SoWashCo Schools. The school offers an alternative learning environment with small class sizes that help students become career and college ready. At South Washington Alternative High School, all staff members are committed to helping every student feel supported and included. Teachers work to personalize student learning through one-on-one conversations and building relationships.
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Voters in the South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) district did not approve the $462.6 million bond request.
Starting fall 2022, there will be several important changes to meal services at South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools). School breakfast and lunches will no longer be free for all students due to the expiration of federal United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) waivers.
South Washington County Schools is pleased to provide families with an easy way to complete online forms and review and update household contact information for the 2022-23 school year. All families must complete this update between July 15 and Aug. 1.
Congratulations to the graduating class of 2022! To learn more about upcoming graduation ceremonies, visit sowashco.org/graduations.
Parent and guardian voice is a valuable part of the process to help SoWashCo Schools develop the best strategic plan possible.
Over the next 10 years, more than 3,500 potential new K-12 students are expected to move into the district. Current projections show that 15 schools will be over capacity and we will have a deficit of nearly 2,500 K-12 seats for students by 2031 if we do nothing. To help, SoWashCo Schools will ask voters to consider approval of a $462.6 million bond on Aug. 9, 2022.
SoWashCo Schools responds to the recent shooting death tragedies in a New York grocery store and an elementary school in Texas.
Please review our safety protocols and how we ensure student safety. We have also provided resources for families about how to answer your child's questions about what they are seeing on the news.
Learn more about the importance of the bond election and what will need to happen if the bond is not successful.
Fifteen SoWashCo Schools students were selected for the Minnesota Music Educators Association All-State music ensemble for the 2022-23 season. These students were selected amongst hundreds of high school students around the state. This is one of the highest achievements for a high school musician.
Meals are available to students in grades 6-12 for this Friday’s flexible learning day. Families can pick up two free meals (one breakfast and one lunch) for their child in middle or high school from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Friday, May 13 at the East Ridge High School activities entrance or the Park High School main entrance.
SoWashCo Schools is debuting a new online school boundary tool that will make it easier for families to determine which school their child will attend based on their home address.
The new mapping tool makes it easy for families to type in their address to find their elementary, middle or high school boundary. Users can even zoom in on a specific street to see which boundary school is designated for that area.
On Thursday, April 21, the school board approved the South Washington County Schools 10-year facility plan.
Missed an information session or school board presentation? View the full webinar to learn more about the South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) 10-year facility package.
Four South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) students were selected to perform in the Minnesota Band Directors Association All-State Honor Band on Sunday, April 10.
Two students are from Woodbury High School and two students are from Woodbury Middle School. Woodbury High School students include Daelynn Wygle (flute) and Owen Rodgers (trombone), Woodbury Middle School students include William MacDonald (trumpet) and Olivia Wirtz-Diedrich (flute).
South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) is excited to announce this year’s Athena Award winners. The award recognizes young women for their excellence and achievements in athletics and academics. Presented by the St. Paul Athena Awards Program, this recognition is named after the goddess of wisdom and skills, Athena.
Representing SoWashCo Schools is Maddie Poor from East Ridge High School, Megan Maloney from Park High School and Carley Tuman from Woodbury High School.