• Understanding the importance of social media in our students’ lives will go a long way to helping those in pain. Social media is all around them, and many young people feel safer and are more open with Twitter and Tumblr and other channels. Staff at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction have put together A Tip Sheet For Parents on digital safety and cyber-bullying that is very useful. It includes simple, common-sense tips – such as keeping communication open and watch for warning signs – as well as Web sites to visit for more information.

    The Sedro-Woolley School District uses the Standard Response Protocol (Standard Response Protocol Spanish) for handling emergencies from natural and man-made disasters. The district follows all state guidelines on mandatory school drills. The Sedro-Woolley Emergency Preparedness Team (SWEPT) with representatives from each building and program also meets monthly to review emergency planning. 

    The district has a Safety Tip Line for reporting unsafe situations. Tips can be submitted by web, app, text, email or by phone. Thank you for submitting tips and doing your part to help make our school community an even safer place to work and learn. Safety Tip Line Link.

    Please contact the superintendent's office at 360-855-3502 with any questions regarding safety planning in the Sedro-Woolley School District. 

    Thank you.