School Closure Information and Resources

  • Governor Jay Inslee issued an emergency proclamation ordering the closure of all K-12 public and private schools in Washington for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. We understand the challenges these extended school closures place on our students, families and staff. This website section will be updated with information and resources to help support our community during this challenging time. Please see the additional webpages in this section for additional information, resources and frequently asked questions. These pages are listed to the left if viewing on a computer screen or by tapping the pages button above if viewing on a mobile device.

Remote Learning Website

  • While our school buildings are closed for the remainder of the school year, teaching and learning is continuing online. Visit our Remote Learning website for new weekly schedules, grade level lesson videos, learning resources and more.

    We want to help students grow in meaningful ways and be ready for whatever the next stage of learning looks like. Our staff is creatively embracing this challenge. Please be patient with them as they embark on this journey with your students. Please help us by supporting your students as they engage in remote learning opportunities safely, responsibly, and respectfully. We also greatly appreciate your support in helping students find some structured time at home. We are all learners in this together!

    What families and students should expect:

    April 13 - 17

    • Lessons & Schedule
      • New grade-level online/video lessons created by Shoreline teachers will be posted on the Shoreline Remote Learning website  
      • A new schedule will be posted that outlines learning activities using Shoreline-created lessons and specific online resource
    • Student & Family Connections
      • Each student/family will be contacted at least twice each week by their teacher
      • Student and family connections shall include but are not limited to: broad (whole class/all-student) communications; class meetings; office hours; small groups; individual students (with pre-approval); and assignment explanation, completion and feedback cycle

    April 20 - 24:  Spring Break

    Shoreline will follow our planned/calendered spring break. We will offer new grade-level online lessons during the scheduled spring break.

    • Lessons & Schedule
      • New grade-level online/video lessons created by Shoreline teachers will be posted on the Shoreline Remote Learning website  
      • An updated schedule will be posted that outlines learning activities using Shoreline-created lessons and specific online resource
    • Student & Family Connections
      • Teachers will not be offering student and family connections this week 

    April 27 - May 1

    • Lessons & Schedule
      • New grade-level online/video lessons created by Shoreline teachers will be posted on the Shoreline Remote Learning website  
      • An updated schedule will be posted that outlines learning activities using Shoreline-created lessons and specific online resource
    • Student & Family Connections
      • Each student/family will be contacted at least twice each week by their teacher
      • Student and family connections shall include but are not limited to: broad (whole class/all-student) communications; class meetings; office hours; small groups; individual students (with pre-approval); and assignment explanation, completion and feedback cycle

    May 4 - June 19 

    • Beginning May 4, each school will have their own remote learning website in order to provide their own remote online lessons and to streamline communications for students and families. 
    • Lessons & Schedule
      • New grade-level online/video lessons created by each school's teachers will be posted on each school's new remote learning website
      • Schools will share weekly learning plans
    • Student & Family Connections
      • Each student/family will be contacted at least twice each week by their teacher
      • Student and family connections shall include but are not limited to: broad (whole class/all-student) communications; class meetings; office hours; small groups; individual students (with pre-approval); and assignment explanation, completion and feedback cycle.

Tips for Staying Healthy

  • The best way to stop the spread of any virus include the following:

    • Social distancing is an order from the Governor. At least 6 feet (1.83 meters) from others outside your household, no gatherings over 50 people, all bars & restaurants are closed for on-premises dining. STAY HOME if you can.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Wash hands for 20 seconds. Washing hands often under clean, running water can help prevent the spread of germs. See handwashing guidance from the CDC.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs spread this way.
    • Cover coughs and sneezes. Use a tissue to cover coughs and sneezes, then dispose of the tissue. When a tissue is not available, cough or sneeze into your elbow.

    Clean and disinfect surfaces or objects. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, work or school, especially when someone is ill.