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> How long will your child need to stay home (quarantine) from school?

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If you still have questions, contact your health provider or the Skamania County Public Health Office (509-427-3850)


Department of Health guidelines for 2021-2022 school year

MASD Families,

Gov. Inslee and the Washington State Department of Health announced yesterday that our state will continue to require all students, staff, and visitors to wear face coverings, regardless of vaccination status, in Washington K-12 schools this fall.

While I am disappointed that we will need to start this next school year fully masked, I am also relieved that more severe restrictions were not reimplemented.  I am glad to be able to share that daily health screening will not be required, and flexibility with distancing is allowed as necessary for all students to be able to return to full-time in-person schooling.  This means that Mill A Schools will be able to operate under a “normal” full-time, in-person schedule, Monday – Friday, with early release Wednesdays for the K-8 students.  (School and bus schedules will be posted soon.)

The Mill A School District is committed to providing a safe and positive learning environment, and wants to reassure students, parents and staff that “layered” mitigation strategies will be implemented as recommended.  More detailed information regarding Mill A School District’s 2021-2022 COVID management plan will be shared with the school community as soon as possible.  

If you have questions, please contact the school office, 509-538-2522, or

Stay safe and have a fun last couple of weeks of summer!

Bob Rogers


For current COVID-19 updates, information about testing, and FAQ, visit the Skamania County Public Health website 

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