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dist_logo_button The Port Angeles School District is committed to maximizing in-person learning, supporting academic recovery and acceleration. Our focuses are the well-being, health, and safety of our school community. Some health and safety protocols will remain this school year, others will go away, and we will implement new mitigation strategies.  Please click the green button to learn more!

School Hours

Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri
7:45 A.M. – 2:05 P.M.
Wednesday Only
8:45 A.M. – 2:05 P.M.

Key Strategies for Health and Safety When Returning to School

sick Feeling ill? Stay home. Click here for the return to school flow chart.

spray Enhanced cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing of schools will be conducted. Click here to learn more!

maskAs of March 12, 2022, masking is optional for all staff, students, and visitors on all campuses and buses. Masks may be required universally during clusters or outbreaks in classrooms or groups. Find out more about masking and other COVID-19 regulations here: doh.wa.gov/mask

hand washing Regular handwashing and sanitizing will be required throughout the day. Hand sanitizer is available throughout all school buildings.

District News Feed

It is that time of year to think about the families in our district who may need Christmas assistance. The need is more significant than ever due to the rising costs of everything. There are many opportunities to donate and participate!
As we turn the page to the next chapter in our Covid response plan, we are excited to announce that as of November 1st, PASD welcomes and allows visitors and volunteers at our schools once again. Volunteers play a crucial role in supporting programs within our schools. We are grateful and encourage parents, grandparents, service clubs, businesses, and others interested in the well-being of our children to contribute their time, experience, and expertise.
There is no school for students on Monday, Oct. 31, for our district’s Collaborative Day. Parent-Teacher Conferences are Nov. 1 - 4. Schools will follow half-day schedules. Please note there is NO LATE START on Wednesday, Nov. 2. Breakfast and lunch will be provided during parent-teacher conference week. Half-Day Schedules: Dry Creek and Roosevelt: 7:45am - 11:05am Franklin and Hamilton: (K-3rd) 7:45am - 10:50am and (4th-6th) 7:45am - 11:15am Jefferson: (K-3rd) 7:45am - 10:55am and (4th-6th) 7:45am - 11:20am Stevens Middle School: 8:35am - 12:20pm Port Angeles High School: 8:15am - 12:05pm Lincoln High School: 8:30am - 12:00pm

Find more Port Angeles School District stories at PortAngelesSchools.org

Welcome to Dry Creek Elementary School

Julie BryantJulie Bryant, Principal

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.

Learn more about Our School

Change of School Request Form



Visit the change of school request page found on the main district website.

 

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