Onalaska School District #300

Upcoming Events:

  • STEM community dinner, Oct 25th

October 3, 2022

Financial Aid (FASFA) Info Night

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the federal financial aid program. This is a must if you are looking for grants or loans for post secondary education.

To learn more, come to the FASFA Info night at OHS, rm 408, Oct. 6, 6pm.

FA Night.pdf

October 3, 2022

WIAA Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Brooklyn Sandridge as she was honored as the WIAA Athlete of the Week for the 3rd week of the season for 2B soccer. Interestingly enough Brooklyn won the same award last year during the 3rd week.

Sandridge scored a school-record five goals in a win versus Ilwaco, and then scored one goal and assisted another in the win against Ocosta. She is the ultimate student-athlete as a 4.0 student, ASB President, and involved in multiple clubs and activities. Sandridge is an All-League player in soccer and basketball, and a four-year starter in both, while also running track at a high-level.

September 16, 2022

Loggers Attend Husky Band Day

On September 10th, the Onalaska High School Band traveled to UW Husky Stadium to participate in the 68th Annual Husky Band Day.

The band rehearsed in the morning and then performed at halftime along with 2000 other high school students from around the state.

They were able to watch the game and meet members of the Husky Marching Band and Harry the Husky even came to play the drums with us.

September 9, 2022

Gender Inclusive Schools

For full transparency with our parents, students, and community and in compliance with Federal Law, Washington State Law, and OSPI, the Onalaska School District (OSD) developed Gender-Inclusive Schools Policy 3211 and Procedure 3211P on September 23, 2019 that aligned with Washington State laws related to gender-inclusive schools and anti-discrimination. OSD will adhere to serving all students fairly and equally.

In accordance with Federal and Washington State laws and policy, students have the right to express their gender at school, without discrimination or harassment. Schools must allow students to use the restroom or locker room that corresponds to their consistent gender identity. ANY student who requests greater privacy for any reason has access to an alternative restroom or changing area. These locations are designated at the high school office and at the elementary/middle school office, each containing a single stall and gender neutral space. Additionally, schools must allow all students to participate in physical education and athletics that correspond to their gender identity per the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. Every student has the right to an inclusive, supported learning environment and safe space.

Questions should be directed to: Kristin Soderback

Superintendent, Title IX Officer, Civil Rights Coordinator

Onalaska School District policies, laws, and other information pertaining to Gender Inclusive Schools can be found at the following links:

Onalaska School District Policy 3211- Gender Inclusive Schools

Onalaska School District Policy 3211P- Gender Inclusive Schools Procedure

WAC 392-172-588: OSD Nondiscrimination

Chapter 28A.642 RCW: Discrimination Prohibition

Chapter 49.60 RCW : Washington Law Against Discrimination

OSPI: Gender Inclusive Schools

WIAA Handbook

May 11, 2022

$30 Affordable Internet Connectivity Program Plans for Families.


From Ony Admin:

I checked every provider on the The White House webpage. The providers that offer service to the district office address, are listed below. Service is available on a street by street basis. Call, or surf the providers webpage, for further information.


Great news for families in your district! The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is offering eligible households high speed internet (100Mbps download) for $30 a month with no additional out of pocket costs.

There are 3 ways families can qualify:

  • Income of 200% or less than the Federal poverty guidelines

  • Program participation (such as Free Reduced Lunch Program eligible, or SNAP, etc.), or

  • Meets the eligibility criteria for a participating broadband provider’s existing low-income internet program

What families need to know about this new ACP opportunity:

For those that meet the eligibility requirements:

  1. $30 guaranteed plan download speed of 100 Mbps

  2. 20 providers to choose from

  3. New or existing internet plans

  4. 3 ways to qualify

Information to share with your district’s families:

Get Internet for further details!

FACT SHEET: High Speed Internet Costs to be Reduced for Millions of Americans


If I am approved for ACP and currently on an internet service plan with a provider, can I switch to a different internet service plan of that provider, including to that provider’s low-cost plan, and receive the ACP benefit? Yes. The ACP benefit can be applied to any internet service offering, and providers cannot restrict you from switching service offerings or subject you to mandatory waiting periods. Sometimes providers prohibit existing customers from switching to low-cost internet service plans; however, consumers receiving the ACP benefit are not subject to these “existing customer” restrictions.

What happens if my provider has eligibility requirements for an internet service plan that conflict with ACP rules? (e.g. My provider requires that I pay off my past debts before signing up for XYZ internet service plan) ACP rules override the rules of participating providers in the context of an ACP consumer. For instance, a provider may generally require that consumers pay off past or present debts before signing up for XYZ internet service plan. However, consumers who are approved to receive ACP benefits are not subject to that requirement (since the ACP rules prohibit providers from declining to enroll ACP consumers based on past or present debts).

Note: The ACP rules clearly allow ACP consumers to apply their benefit to any internet service offering that is generally available (i.e. not a grandfathered/legacy plan) and prohibit mandatory waiting periods (47 CFR 54.1808(e)(6)(iii)) and restrictions on switching plans (Para. 166 of the Report and Order).