Our COVID-19 Nutrition Plan begins with the weekday distribution of meals tomorrow, Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Visit our new COVID-19 Nutrition page for more details, including maps and addresses for the delivery routes. All children, regardless of student status, will be fed.
Tune in to our YouTube channel, Blaine School District, WA, tonight at 5:30 for the debut of our new series Bedtime Stories for Little Borderites https://youtu.be/si5dam8Wwww
All Blaine Schools will be closed Friday, February 14, 2020 for Mid Winter Break and Monday, February 17, 2020 for President's Day. There is also no Blaine Thrives after school program these days.
Blaine Schools and all school related activities are canceled for Friday, January 17, 2020.
We are continuing to monitor weather and road conditions and will make an announcement at 5:30 am regarding school for Friday, Jan 17th.
All Blaine schools and related activities are canceled for Thursday, Jan 16, 2020, due to weather. No out of district transportation will be provided.
Due to current weather conditions there will be no school today, January 15, 2020, for students in Blaine School District. All campus activities are also cancelled.
School will begin two hours late tomorrow, 1/14/20, due to icy road conditions throughout the county. Buses will run 2 hours late, and morning preschool will be cancelled. Should a change in conditions require a change to this plan, an update will be sent at 8:30.
We wish you a safe and happy Winter Break! School resumes on Monday, January 6, 2020.
Hello Blaine School District Families. This is a friendly reminder to all families. Please turn in your free and reduced application as soon as possible to avoid a lapse in qualification. You may turn it in to your child's school or the Blaine School District office.
Best wishes to all of our families for a fun summer break! We hope you will join us on August 21st for our Back to School Fair from 4-7pm in the High School Gym. Click here to view the flier for more details: https://5il.co/84fp
Early this morning, the Blaine Police Department notified Blaine School District Administration of a post to Snapchat, by a Middle Student, that depicts an abstract character holding a weapon with the caption "Enough is Enough" The Blaine Police Department has met with the family of the student and at this time does not consider the post to represent a credible threat against a specific individual, or the school in general. That being said, this student will not be permitted to return to school until an extended investigation into this matter can be conducted. At this time there is not a projected timeframe for the student to be allowed to return to school. The safety of students and staff remains our highest priority.