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Schedule Chromebook pickup
Do you have a student who will be enrolled in the Olympia School District next year, but doesn't have an OSD issued Chromebook? Please schedule a time to get one from our Technology Department.
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Fall 2020 School Reopening Plans
Planning is underway to address the question on many people’s minds: What will fall 2020 look like in our schools? In July our district held virtual Town Halls to hear feedback from students, staff, families and the community on initial committee recommendations for how learning might look this fall. Questions raised during those Town Halls are being added regularly to a Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
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District administrative office remains closed
The Knox 111 Administrative Center remains closed with employees working remotely until further notice.
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Follow us on district social media
We invite all Olympia School District families, friends and community members to follow our social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. 
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Be our Friend
Join us at Friends of the OSD
The purpose of Friends of the OSD is to connect with our community and inform and involve local businesses, district alumni, former employees, friends, grandparents and relatives with our students and schools.
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Returning Chromebooks & Textbooks
If you need to return Chromebooks, textbooks, or other school equipment, you may do so at the Olympia School District Technology Department in the Knox Administrative Center, located at 100 Tullis St NE, Olympia WA 98503, in the lower entrance.
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2020-21 Budget Information
For the past three years, we have communicated how the 2017 McCleary state funding “fix” had a detrimental impact on the Olympia School District. That funding system is the root cause of the financial difficulties we have faced each year since then and face again next year.
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Information about new coronavirus
The Olympia School District continues to monitor and communicate with local and state health officials regarding the new coronavirus, which causes a disease known as COVID-19, and will continue to follow their professional guidance. To assist families, we have compiled and posted on this webpage a list of district and community resources, as well as copies of all district communications to families related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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