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Technology Support

The SoWashCo family technology support phone line is available at 651-425-HELP (4357). Hours: Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Due to the high volume of calls, it may take longer for SoWashCo technology specialists to get back to you. Please check the topics below for answers and instructions to common issues. If you have a question about student passwords, you can either find it in your parent portal account or by calling your child's school. 

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MSHSL Moves Football and Volleyball Back to Fall
09/22/2020
On Monday, Sept. 21, the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Board of Directors voted to reconsider its previous decision regarding postponing some fall activities. Volleyball and football will now return to play this fall.
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SoWashCo Students Advance as Semifinalists for 2021 National Merit Scholarship
09/18/2020
Fourteen students from South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo) are advancing as semifinalists for the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
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South Washington County Schools to Continue in Hybrid Learning Model
09/12/2020
The South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo) Incident Command Team met for the first time on Friday, Sept. 11 to review the latest data for keeping schools open to students. The team determined that all schools will continue in the hybrid learning model for at least the next two weeks.
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South Washington County Schools is a suburban district located southeast of St. Paul, Minnesota. The district includes all or parts of the communities of Cottage Grove, Newport, St. Paul Park, Woodbury, as well as, Afton, Denmark and Grey Cloud Island Townships. District 833 is committed to the mission of "igniting a passion for lifelong learning" through collaboration, continuous improvement, equity, integrity and relationships.

We have 16 elementary schools for students in grades K-5, four middle schools serving grades 6-8, three comprehensive high schools and one alternative high school. There are also a variety of early learning and adult education and enrichment programs offered through Community Education.