Our website and forms may be translated with the "Translate" button in the upper right corner of the web page, and under "menu" on phones.
Nuestro sitio web y nuestros formularios se pueden traducir con el botón "Traducir" en la esquina superior derecha de la página web y debajo de "menú" en los teléfonos.
SJISD District Office Hours:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday
For immediate help: call 911 for a life-threatening emergency.
For suicide prevention: Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TRS: 1-800-799-4889)
24 Hour Crisis Text Line
Text "GO" to 741-741
Teen Link (Teen Volunteers from 6-10PM) 866-833-6546
Compass Health Care Crisis Response Services (Mental Health) 800-584-3578
Friday Harbor Office
520 Spring St, Friday Harbor, WA 98250 (360) 378-2669
Domestic Violence Hotline
Joyce L. Sobel Family Resource Center
476 Market Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 http://sjifrc.org/
National Eating Disorders Association
National Sexual Assault Hotline
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
SAFE San Juans (Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault) 24 Hour Helpline: 360-378-2345
570A Guard Street Friday Harbor, WA 98250 https://safesj.org/
Washington Information Network (Health and Human Services) 2-1-1
WA Recovery HelpLine (Substance Abuse & Mental Health) 866-789-1511
San Juan Island School District recognizes the impact COVID 19 has had on student learning, social skills, emotional well-being, and special education disability services. It is imperative that these student needs are addressed. Through careful consideration and in collaboration with district partners, the SJISD counselor consortium, administrative partners, and intervention program coordinators, SJISD has committed to creating a recovery plan that is designed to lessen the negative impacts of Covid-19 on student success. The following plan details the process that will be implemented to mitigate the impacts students experienced during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Educational equity is a foundational part of our educational system for every student in our school district. We began this Academic and Student Well-being Recovery Plan by using our equity tool to inform our decisions and planning by anticipating a range of perspectives and needs. Our recovery plans and decisions are made to support equity and inclusion and we support those values.
Our Commitment to Equity
As we face the social turmoil of our nation and communities, we, as a public education institution, must take time to reflect on our own practices as we seek to create a strong and positive environment for the education of ALL young people as they learn and grow.
San Juan Island School District unequivocally stands for equity, and against racism and bigotry. We must be a part of the solution.
As a reminder to ourselves and to our community, we again share the committee work achieved last fall creating guiding principles that make up our collective Cultural Beliefs.
Our Cultural Beliefs
Engage the Community
I will commit to engaging others in the process, and I will be an active participant in the school community.
I will create safe and productive environments that embrace self-advocacy.
I recognize, value and respect individual needs, identities, cultures, interests and strengths of all.
I will provide opportunities to help you be successful on your path.
Cultivate Global Awareness
I will keep current on global issues and integrate these topics into community conversations and activities.