You're not alone: Basic needs assistance
Please consult the following local resources that aid in helping you access daily necessities:
- Agencies, Schools and Communities (ASC) Coalition in Washington County - a resource list for families on food, housing, economic support, mental health, crisis resources and COVID-19.
- Community Thread – access to services such as check-in phone calls, food and medical supplies/medication delivery, and transportation to essential medical appointments.
- MSP COVID Mutual Aid - offering resources and assistance to others in need
- St. Croix Family Resource Center - helps youth and families with sustainable housing, financial stability, and healthy community connections
- United Way – assistance accessing food, paying housing bills, or other essential services: Dial 2-1-1 or text the letters MNCOVID to 898-211
- Valley Outreach – food delivery, financial assistance, and other basic needs
For more information about mental health, substance abuse, and other resources for you and your family, please visit the Chemical Health blog.
Current On the Dial Learning Model
Daily attendance is expected for all students. In person attendance will be taken by the teacher and at home attendance will be based on online activity,
District-issued Chromebooks are to be used for school activities. Only Stillwater Area School students can log into district-issued Chromebooks.
Maintaining structure and routine is important for students in distance learning, but we also recognize the need for flexibility when learning from home.
Need a COVID-19 test fast? A free saliva testing site has been established at the Stillwater Armory.
Minnesota and Vault Medical Services have teamed up to offer at-home COVID-19 saliva testing for any person who believes they need to be tested, with or without symptoms, at no cost.
Whether your kids are still in school or moving into distance learning, they can still get free breakfast and lunch every day thanks to special federal funding.
Grading practices from the spring are no longer applicable. Traditional grading practices are back in place.
If your family is anything like most families, everyone is feeling the stress of this very unusual school year. We are here to help.
Distance learning will look much different than it did this spring. We've used your feedback to change the way we'll teach and students will learn.
If you're struggling to meet basic needs (like food, housing, finances) please consult the following local resources that aid in helping you access daily necessities.