In partnership with all of you, our teachers and staff have been working tirelessly to provide quality learning experiences for our students in our current Distance Learning 2.0 model. While we are seeing great learning taking place, we know that it is best for students to learn in an in-person format as soon as it is safe to do so. The Whitman County Health Department, released a memo on October 15, 2020 updating the Whitman County Health Department’s recommendation for the return to in-person learning for grades K-5. 

Click here to read the full statement from Troy Henderson, the Director of the Whitman County Health Department. 

We are excited to start phasing in our youngest learners! We are planning for the return to in-person instruction for grades K-5 utilizing a slow start model.  

If you have additional questions, at this time we would like to direct you to the District Reopening Plan. As we continue to finalize plans, we will have more information to provide and we welcome any additional questions that you have.

UPDATE: November 5, 2020

During the November 4, 2020 Special Board meeting, the Pullman School District Board of Directors, in a vote of 3-2, approved a motion which includes a January 4, 2021 reopening start date beginning with grades K-1.


Is there an enrollment form for the Distance Learning Program?

Families, for those of you that do not wish for your child to return to in-person instruction and are planning to have your student(s) attend the Pullman Public Schools Distance Learning Program, you will need to fill out the form below and return it to your child's school. Copies are available at each building if you do not have access to a printer.

District Reopening Plan
PSD Safety Training Videos for Families
Health and Safety
COVID Dashboard