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The SoWashCo family technology support phone line is available at 651-425-HELP (4357). Hours: Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. *Due to the high volume of calls, it may take longer for SoWashCo technology specialists to get back to you.
Student passwords can either be found in your 
parent portal
 account or by calling your child's school. 

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Latest News

Share Your Stories: How My Cultural Identity Is Seen, Heard and Honored Part Two
Student voice is a valuable part of our classrooms, schools and community. SoWashCo is seeking input from all secondary students (6-12) in our fourth Share Your Stories listening session. The virtual listening session, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. on Thursday, March 18, will be facilitated by Superintendent Julie Nielsen, Assistant Principal Ashley Ruka and Literacy Coordinator Leah Bulous, and will focus on cultural identity.
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Grades 6-12 Scheduled to Return to the In-person Learning Model on March 18
Based on new guidance from the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE), we are happy to share that students in grades 6-12 currently in the hybrid learning model, will return to in-person learning beginning Thursday, March 18. Students who are in the Virtual Learning Academy (VLA) for trimester three will remain in VLA.
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Practicing Patience During COVID-19
As we approach a full year of the pandemic, there is a range of emotions that students, staff and families are feeling. I want to acknowledge that families have made many sacrifices to balance work and finances along with supporting their child’s education at home. Finding a balance in life also applies to our teachers, nutrition services workers, bus drivers, custodians and the entire staff who have been keeping our school district running.
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