Teaching and Learning

Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery Plan

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction has released a template and planning guide for districts in Washington State to complete a Student Academic and Well-being Recovery Plan. Links to our district's Recovery Plan, Race and Equity Impact Decision Making Tool, and May 18, 2021 School Board Presentation are below.

The plan is in response to two laws, one federal and one state, that connect planning for academic and student well-being recovery to eligibility to receive federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funds.

The planning template focuses on six areas which includes student well-being, student and family voice, professional learning, recovery and acceleration, diagnostic assessment, and community partnerships.

The other important component of the plan is that it will be reviewed and submitted in three phases. This will give our district time to implement strategies and interventions, track data, and make necessary adaptations to support our students. The first phase is submission on or before June 1, 2021, the second phase is due in November, 2021 and phase three is due in April of 2022.

Washington LEA Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery Plan
Plan de Recuperación del Bienestar Académico y Estudiantil de la LEA de Washington
Race and Equity Impact Decision Making Tool    Español
Presentation to the School Board - May 18, 2021    Español

Teaching & Learning Contact Information:

Phone: (360) 629-1237
FAX: (360) 629-1242

Stanwood-Camano School District
26920 Pioneer Hwy
Stanwood, WA 98292

Dan Johnston, Executive Director of Teaching & Learning, djohnston@stanwood.wednet.edu

Rona Olson, Secretary to the Executive Director of Teaching and Learning
rolson@stanwood.wednet.edu

Toshi Thorne, Instructional Services Secretary
tthorne@stanwood.wednet.edu

CURRICULUM SUPPORT
Staci Lauinger, Title I and Learning Assistant Program (LAP) Coordinator
slauinger@stanwood.wednet.edu