Mossyrock School District

Mossyrock School District is an exciting place to learn and grow. We have an elementary school, junior high school, senior high school, and an alternative school where our students work, learn, and grow in all areas of their young lives. We are very proud of our history and success both in academics and in extra-curricular activities.  Please check out our schools...  See you in class!

Something Special:

Mossyrock students honored veterans with two Veteran's Day assemblies and a special luncheon on Tuesday, November 10, 2015.

Community Events Calendar:

MSD Calendar of Events

Video of the Month:
Fractured Fairytale...

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News and Bulletins:
  • Winter Snow Route Procedures
    In the interest of safety for our students, the following route changes will be in effect when it is announced that buses are running on winter snow routes. Our drivers are experienced with driving in bad weather conditions, but with ultimate safety for the students in mind, buses may be re-routed to avoid some dangerous hilly areas. Buses may be running a few minutes late due to road conditions, but pickups will be made unless there are radio announcements to the contrary. If the bus is more than 15 minutes late getting to your stop, please call the transportation office at 360-983-3185 to let us know. 

    School may also start two hours late. If this occurs, the buses will also be two hours later than normal. Should it become necessary to delay the start of school, place buses on winter snow routes, or cancel classes, announcements will be made on the following radio and TV stations and on our district website at 

    FM AM TV
    104.3 1470 KIRO 7
    95.1 1420 KING 5 
    96.1 KOMO 4

    Other stations may broadcast our changes and information as well. 

    Route # 1: No change
    Route # 2: No bus service on Salmon Creek Rd.
    Students should wait for the bus at the wide spot next to the Winston Creek bridge at 7:30.
    Route # 3: No bus service on Green Mt. or Thomas Rds. Students should wait for the bus at the intersection of Blue Rd and Green Mt. Rd at 7:30.
    Route # 4: No Change
    Route # 5: No Change
    Route # 6: No bus service on Isbell Rd hill, Boyd, or Bowen Rds. Students should wait for the bus at the Mossyrock Grange Hall at 7:45.
    Route # 7: No bus service on Wilson Rd hill. Students should wait for the bus at the turnaround at the bottom of the hill at 7:30. No bus service on Coleman Rd.
    Route # 9: No bus service on Harms Rd. Students should wait for the bus at the Fish Country Store on Hwy 12 at 7:00. No bus service on Salmon Creek Rd. Students should wait for the bus at the wide spot next to the Winston Creek Bridge at 7:40. 

    If we are running our snow routes, parents are advised that students will be excused from school if they cannot reach the pick-up points safely. If it is necessary to run on snow routes in the PM, a separate announcement will be made.
    Thank you for your understanding as student safety is our first concern.
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 11:34 AM by Jon Van Pelt
  • News for You!
    Jr High Activities:
    MONDAY: GBB @ Onalaska. Bus leaves @ 4:45.

    Jr/Sr High School: 
    Pennies for Patients ends this week. Bring your change and donate to your 1st period class!

    Jr/Sr High School: 
    Early release on Wednesday. Schedule is 4,5,6,7.
    No school on Thursday and Friday.

    High School:
    FBLA dues need to be paid and order forms for the spirit cups are due Tuesday.

    High School:
    ASB meeting Tuesday, November 24th @ 3:00.

    High School: 
     Alicia H. and Sarah L. qualified for Jr Olympics in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Congratulations ladies!

    Please bring your Life Management Conference choice paper & permission slip to the High School office ASAP.
    Posted Nov 24, 2015, 8:50 AM by Jon Van Pelt
  • Elementary News
    Early release on Wednesday.
    No school on Thursday and Friday.


    Yessenia S., Chesney S, Angie G. C., Lois S., Brooke S., Enrique M., McKenna T., Brandon L. & Emilee T.!!

    In 1863, Thanksgiving was declared a National holiday,
    to occur on the last Thursday in November. 
    Do you know who made that declaration?

    There are several students who owe money on their lunch accounts.
    Please take care of these charges as soon as possible.

    Posted Nov 24, 2015, 8:58 AM by Jon Van Pelt
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2015 Speak Up Survey:
To take the survey click on the above link.

About Speak Up 2015:

A Research Project on digital learning and the use of technology to support future ready schools. Since 2003, over 4 million K-12 education stakeholders have participated in the annual online surveys.

 The Speak Up National Research project annually polls K–12 students, parents and educators about the role of technology in learning and represents the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered stakeholder voices on digital learning. Since 2003, more than 4 million K–12 students, parents, teachers, librarians, principals, technology leaders and district administrators have shared their ideas through Speak Up. Education, business and policy leaders report that they use the data regularly to inform federal, state and local education programs.

The survey results, collected by the nonprofit Project Tomorrow, will remain confidential.
This valuable bench-marking resource will be made available at no charge to our School in February 2016 and will include the state and national data for comparison.

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