Free Individual Counseling

Graduate students in Western Washington University’s Psychology Department will provide individual telehealth counseling, under faculty supervision. These services are free and will be available from January through June. 

Click here for details.

Looking for Resources for Your Child?

The Special and Support Services team has put together some wonderful resources for Speech & Language, Occupational / Physical therapy, and learning activities that you can do at home. 

Letter to families March 20, 2020

Please find this letter to families for students with 504 plans or IEPs from the Director of Special and Support Services. This letter was also sent home to families via USPS on March 20, 2020. 

Update Your Contact Info Please!

Hello, during this ever changing period of time when the school district and teachers are trying to serve students in new and creative ways, we are finding that we have out of date contact information for many of our students and their families.  Please take a moment to update your contact information with the district, including address, phone number, email address to make us more efficient with staying in touch with your family.

To Update: Call your child's school, or the MV District Office at 360-428-6110. 

​​​​​​​Should my child stay home from school today?

Please keep your child home if they have:

  • Fever over 100 degrees (or feels especially warm to the touch)
  • NEW frequent, productive cough or sneeze (with lots of mucous!)
  • Any combination of symptoms that might prevent your child from learning:
    - Very sore throat
    - Very stuffy or runny nose that is distracting or unmanageable
    - Unusual tiredness
    - Lack of appetite
    - Eyes: watery, unable to focus, sensitive to light
    - Vomiting