Parents          Lunch Menus     Enrollment     Employment     Learning Models

 

Technology Support 

Device Support Parent Portal Support Schoology Support  Seesaw Support 

Health and Safety Restrictions Remain in Place for Schools
05/07/2021
Governor Tim Walz announced a timeline to ease restrictions related to COVID-19. Though this is welcome news, our youngest students still do not have access to a vaccine. As a result, the state has announced that Minnesota’s Safe Learning Plan remains in place for all schools through the end of the school year. In addition, the health and safety measures like mask wearing, hand washing, social distancing and 14-day quarantines will remain in place through at least the last day of school.
Read More
clear
Guiding Values for Negotiations
05/06/2021
South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) and its employee labor groups share a common interest in creating the most effective educational experience for our students. To support this goal, SoWashCo Schools has established guiding values for contract negotiations.
Read More
clear
Share Your Stories on May 20
05/06/2021
SoWashCo is seeking input from all secondary students (6-12) in our fifth Share Your Stories listening session. The virtual listening session, scheduled for 1:30-2:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 20, will be facilitated by Superintendent Julie Nielsen, Assistant Principal Ashley Ruka and Literacy Coordinator Leah Bulous, and will focus on the 2021-22 school year.
Read More
clear
  7 hometowns24 Caring Schools2500+ Supportive Staff Members18,400+ Talented Students92% Graduation Rate 


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.