Dry Creek Elementary School, located on the west side of Port Angeles, is the third largest elementary school in the Port Angeles School District, and was rebuilt in 1996. The facility supports kindergarten through grade six classrooms, as well as outdoor fields for district and community recreation.
The parents, friends of Dry Creek, students, and our community are all instrumental in providing the additional support that makes learning at Dry Creek motivating and rewarding. We are always looking for more volunteers, so that every child has an adult advocate for his or her personalized support. This will allow us to continue our rich history of an elementary school that cares for kids and celebrates success.
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Black History Month is a time to reflect on and honor our diverse ancestry and history. This time serves as a reminder of the challenges facing all people of color and the ongoing work to eliminate prejudice-based barriers. Despite overwhelming obstacles, African Americans have given people of all backgrounds confidence and courage. There is still more to be done to ensure equality under the law and equal opportunity. Let this month be a reminder that we can appreciate what connects us, regardless of color or national origins, and we move forward in the spirit of the Pledge of Allegiance: "with liberty and justice for all.
The Port Angeles School District (“District”) is requesting proposals for Ruckus Wireless Equipment.
Please use this link to access the official RFP PASDCat2RFP-Ruckus.pdf
This project is sponsored and funded by the Port Angeles School District on a Port Angeles School District school site, with the permission of the Port Angeles School District.
The work includes, but is not limited to: mobilization, temporary erosion control, clearing and grubbing, site demolition, earthwork, asphalt paving, concrete curb ramps, soil amendments, irrigation, and planting. The project range for the base bid is $440,000 to $465,000, excluding Washington State Sales Tax.
Port Angeles School District provides this annual notification to keep parents/guardians, students, staff and community members informed of any pesticide application.
The Port Angeles School District applies pesticides as needed throughout the year. Pesticides are only utilized when it is determined that no alternative treatment will be successful. As much as possible, the district relies on an environmentally sensitive, common-sense approach to pest control that focuses on custodial practices, landscaping, and other preventive measures. The district approach to pest control is devoted to removing the root causes of landscape and structural pest infestations and only calls for the use of pesticides as a last resort.
Each year, the Port Angeles School District Board of Directors identifies critical areas in our school district that need legislative support and attention. For the 2023 legislative session, the Port Angeles School Board has highlighted these areas and is asking our legislators to prioritize and support education funding in our district and other districts across the state.
January is School Board Recognition Month. It’s a great time to recognize our elected community members who selflessly give their time and energy to support high-quality public schooling for our youth. This community entrusts school board members in Port Angeles with responsibility for an annual budget of $60 million, 3,470 students, 479 employees, and 15 buildings.