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Washington State Science Learning Standards: Resources for Teachers, Administrators, Parents, and Students

Infographic on NGSS/WSSLS

Graduation Requirements

If you are a student or family member of a student, see the Families and Students page. Or, click on your year to see the state graduation requirements. Students are assigned an expected graduation year at the time they enter ninth grade (WAC 180-51-035). They are held to the graduation requirements of that graduation year regardless of the year they actually complete high school.

Forum Hosts Community Conversation

On September 10, SBE held a Community Forum in Yakima to get feedback on the equity and adequacy of new graduation pathway options for the class of 2020 and beyond. Forum in Yakima on September 10 Community forum in Yakima on September 10

SBE Visits the Yakama Nation Tribal School

Tradition Starts Here sign at the Yakama Nation Tribal School entranceSchool Spirit and Student-focused Support at the Yakama Nation Tribal School

Former State Board of Education Member Receives National Distinguished Service Award

Connie FletcherGovernor-appointed former Board Member, Connie Fletcher, is recognized nationally for comitment to closing achievement gaps and support for students, educators

OSPI Announces Board Elections

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) will conduct elections this fall to fill positions on the State Board of Education and board positions on the state’s nine educational service districts (ESD). State Board of Education candidates must be residents of the region they wish to represent. Learn more about the region representation at the links below.

School Recognition Work Group

School Recognition Work Group page with meeting times, agendas, dates and more.

New Graduation Requirement Resources for Families and Students

The Washington State high school diploma was developed to be flexible, meaningful, and achievable. 
 

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