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2016-2017 HSD Calendar


   Citizens Advisory Committee
   Mar 06 2017 at 06:00 PM
   Parent/Teacher Conferences (3 hour early release)
   Mar 27 2017
   Spring Break
   Apr 03 2017
   Citizens Advisory Committee
   Apr 03 2017 at 06:00 PM
   Citizens Advisory Committee
   May 01 2017 at 06:00 PM
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Dear Hockinson Community,

As you probably are aware, Hockinson’s capital levy for high school field and track improvements—also known as the turf levy—has failed with nearly 60 percent of our voters saying no.

We thank everyone who cast a ballot for making your voices heard. This is what the democratic process is all about—making decisions together.

Now we know that despite high interest in synthetic turf among some in our community, it is not a priority for Hockinson as a whole.

Also, we appreciated hearing the concerns of some community members about synthetic turf.

So although it is disappointing that we have not found a solution to the challenges facing the High School’s primary athletic field, this levy process succeeded in opening up a community conversation.

We are, as always, grateful to our community for its generosity and support. Thanks to your votes over the past two years, we have initiated construction of a much-needed Middle School, expanded and improved facilities at our High School, bolstered security at our Elementary School, retained key educational staff and learning opportunities, and upgraded aging equipment.

Our school district could do none of this without you and your help bridging the gap between what the state pays and what it actually costs to educate our students.


Sandra Yager

This is the image for the news article titled Davis Resigns School Board Post
Davis Resigns School Board Post
Posted on 02/16/2017
Hockinson School District Board member Katherine Davis announced her resignation at Monday’s Board meeting. It is effective Jan. 31.  READ MORE...
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HMS Students "Show Our Community Some Love"
Posted on 02/15/2017
Hockinson Middle School students spent part of Valentine’s Day making 40 blankets and donating them to Fire District 3 to distribute to people in need.  READ MORE...
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HSD Snow Day Make-up Plan Approved by Board
Posted on 01/24/2017
Hockinson School District staff members have collaborated to reach an agreement that will enable us to make up school time lost to our recent snow days. We will finish our school year June 16—only one day later than originally scheduled.   READ MORE...
Hockinson School Board Meeting Highlights
Posted on 10/01/2015
See what happened at recent meetings of the Hockinson School Board:   READ MORE...
The Citizens Advisory Committee is seeking new members! 

Notice of Nondiscrimination

The district will provide equal educational opportunity and treatment for all students in all aspects of the academic and activities program without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, honorably-discharged veteran or military status, sex, sexual orientation (including gender expression or identity), marital status, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, participation in the Boy Scouts of America, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. District programs will be free from sexual harassment.
The superintendent will provide for annual evaluations, periodic surveys, annual notice and complaint procedures as required by law to ensure that there is infact equal opportunity for all students in the district. The board will designate a staff member to serve as affirmative action/Title IX compliance officer.

Title IX/RCW 28A.640 Officer is:                                     Affirmative Action Officer is:
SandraYager, Superintendent                                           JulieDobbins, Personnel Director
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