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Supportive Resources

  • Welcome Students
  • Learn about the OSPI Dyslexia Committee's guidance for meeting RCW and supporting students in grades K-2. Informational resources for families is posted on the OSPI website.
  • Learn about jobs and careers from emplyers across Washington. Now, students can hear from real people doing real jobs in Washington. To access these presentations, please visit careersconnectathome.
  • Family Guides
  • College Knowledge Project supports students in grades 9-12, 23 different electronic handouts cover six chapter topics in five languages: All About College & Career; Getting Ready; College Bound Scholarship; Paying for College; Applying for College; and Enrolling in College. Each handout tackles a specific subtopic and can be used flexibly as an additional student resource to compliment your college and career programming.
  • OSPI Family ResourcesParent Guides, and Resources for Parent and Family Engagement
  • North Central Regional Library online resources to support learning. Get your free Library Card today!
  • OSPI Transition to Postsecondary Education
  • Ready, Set, Grad for grades 6-12+, a resource to find, pay for, and complete the education path that’s right for you or the student in your Graphic Don't Let Coronavirus Derail Your Planslife.
  • Thinking about attending a college or university? Check out information from the Washington Student Achievement Council, where you can subscribe to receive email updates to support your goal.
  • You can do it! Washington’s colleges and universities are being flexible about course requirements, test scores, deadlines, and more. Contact admissions offices directly if you have special circumstances or questions about how to meet requirements and deadlines.
    • Some colleges have modified admissions requirements:
      • Many colleges have extended the deadline to officially decide where you plan to enroll. Many have also extended the deadline to make deposits.
      • Some campuses have gone test-optional, meaning you do not have to submit scores from standardized tests like SAT and ACT.
    • If someone in your family has lost a job or is working less, colleges may be able to provide more financial aid:
      • If you’ve already filed a FAFSA or WASFA, talk to the financial aid office about your situation.
      • If you haven’t applied for financial aid, it’s not too late. Submit your application, then follow up with the college.
    • Many colleges are offering virtual campus tours that you can view online from home.
    • Remember, it’s never too late to apply! Many of Washington’s four-year public and private, not-for-profit colleges and universities accept applications at any time.
  • OSPI Graduation Resources webpage has many helpful tips. 

This page last updated on October, 2023. Please contact Karen Allen with comments.

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