Academic and Well Being Recovery Plan
Each public school district in Washington State is required by the state Legislature and by Congress to create and submit an Academic and Student Well-being Recovery Plan by June 1, 2021. The goal of the plan is to identify which students and student groups need additional academic and well-being supports, define how those supports will be provided, and plan for recovery and acceleration of student learning and well-being over the summer, into the fall, and beyond.
In addition, districts are required to use an equity analysis tool in the development of the plan.
By June 1, 2021, districts must submit their plans via an online survey to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). OSPI has provided a series of required questions to which districts must respond. The survey with responses to these questions is the formal plan that we submit to OSPI.
You can find the our Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery for the Monroe School District below. This plan was approved by the Monroe School District Board of Directors on May 24th, 2021.