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SoWashCo Schools Team Up with South Washington Watershed District to Help Improve Our Environment
04/18/2021
For several years, seven South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) have partnered with the South Washington Watershed District (SWWD) for projects that help improve our groundwater, environment, and create habitats for birds and pollinators. The projects also offer unique learning opportunities for students.
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Woodbury High School Teacher Named Air Force Association’s Minnesota Teacher of the Year
04/18/2021
Woodbury High School Teacher, Thomas Patzold, Senior Aerospace Studies Instructor for Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) was chosen as the Air Force Association’s Minnesota Teacher of the Year.
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Virtual Learning Academy Not Planned for 2021-22 School Year
04/08/2021
In February, parents had the opportunity to complete a VLA survey. The results showed that there was low interest in VLA for the next school year with only 482 families indicating they would consider it. The responses were spread out across all grade levels (elementary, middle and high). Based on this survey information, staffing timeline requirements and the availability of a vaccine, South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo) is not planning to continue the VLA option next school year (2021-22).
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South Washington County Schools is a suburban district located southeast of St. Paul, Minnesota. The district includes all or parts of the communities of Cottage Grove, Newport, St. Paul Park, Woodbury, as well as, Afton, Denmark and Grey Cloud Island Townships. District 833 is committed to the mission of "igniting a passion for lifelong learning" through collaboration, continuous improvement, equity, integrity and relationships.

We have 16 elementary schools for students in grades K-5, four middle schools serving grades 6-8, three comprehensive high schools and one alternative high school. There are also a variety of early learning and adult education and enrichment programs offered through Community Education.