As we continue to look forward to the start of the 2021-22 school year, we want to provide a few more important updates and reminders.
Back to School
This is an exciting time as we prepare for the 2021-22 school year, a return to full-time, in-person school five days a week! The resources on this page will help you prepare your student for learning on the first day of school.
We are excited to welcome students back to school buildings full-time this fall! To ensure safety for our students, staff and families, we will continue to follow requirements set by the Washington State Department of Health.
The 2021-22 school year is almost here! There is a lot of important information here that will help your student be successful this school year. We encourage you to take the time to read it thoroughly.
Northshore School District’s Early Childhood Education Programs are now enrolling eligible children, ages 3-5, for preschool.
September 1, 2021.
WEB and LINK days traditionally help students entering grades 6 and 9 make an easier transition into their new school community. Middle and high school staff will work with student leaders to plan this programming and will send all first-day details directly to families. All families with students in choice schools and special programs will also receive first-day details directly from their administrators.
Many schools will participate in a staggered start for kindergarten - half of their students will come to school on Sept. 1, half on Sept. 2, and all will attend together on Sept. 3. Your principal will be sending specific details regarding your student’s first day of school in the coming weeks.
Find out when your school begins and dismisses each day.
School supplies are requested but not required.
Learn about menus, payments, and free or reduced price meals.
Bus routes for the 2021-22 school year will be available later in August.
Nurses will collect student health information each year.
PTSA & PTA parent volunteers work for the benefit of all children.