State Street High School
Barb Askland, Principal, Home-Centered learning & Core Program
800 State St. Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284Phone: 360-855-3550
Fax 360-855-3551A Smaller Learning CommunityHome-Centered Learning: Contract Study (10-12):
The State Street High School Home-Centered Program is designed for students who work best independently. To be successful, students must be competent in basic skills, especially reading and math. Students work at home for 24 hours each week. Log sheets that document the hours worked must be turned in each week and students must complete a minimum of one credit every six weeks.
Core Program (9-12):
The State Street High School Core program is an every day program. The emphasis is on preparing students with the skills needed to earn and pass the state mandatory testing and earn a high school diploma. SSHS combines small class size with a very caring environment to support students both academically and in personal growth.
October 25, 2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM School Board Meeting; SSB & Zoom
October 27, 2021
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