In-Person and Remote Learning Updates

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In-Person and Remote Learning Updates 

Distance Learning - Level 5


In September 2021 Olympia School District returned to full-time in-person learning. The district will continue with full-time in-person learning in the 2023-24 school year.



Resources for the 2023-24 School Year




COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

The Olympia School District is committed to supporting learning environments that protect student and staff health and safety.


To learn how the district has prepared its schools, support buildings and school buses to welcome students, staff and visitors in accordance with established health and safety requirements, view the following:


Note: The Olympia School District invited consultants in spring 2021 from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I), Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS), and Infection Prevention & Antimicrobial Consultants, LLC (IPAC) to inspect the district’s sites, policies, processes and best practices regarding our pandemic response plan. Since then, the district has reviewed and implemented best practices and recommendations from the three agencies that align with local, state and federal regulatory agencies.



OSD Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery Plan


The Olympia School Board approved an Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery Plan in May 2021.




Current Learning Model Status - Stage 3 In-Person Level 5


Understanding the 5 levels shown on dial

There are 5 levels in three stages pictured on the learning model dial posted at the top of this webpage. Learn more about each of the 5 levels. Helpful resources in the decision-making process include:



Thurston County Public Health and Social Services




Washington State Department of Health




Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction