Mt. Pleasant School
2019-20 School Hours:
8:15 - 2:45M, T, TH, F
8:15 - 12:30Early Release on Wednesdays
152 Marble Road Washougal, WA 98671
7 a.m - 1 p.m.M, T, TH, F
7 a.m - 1 p.m.W
OSPI has issued a document that includes questions and answers about the guidance on reopening in the fall. Please don't hesitate to call the office if you have any questions.
Dr. Griffin's Letter to Parents
July 3, 2020:
On Tuesday we began the process of planning for the restart of school. We had full participation from our teachers, teaching assistants, and had representation from parents, school board members, and a few students. This initial planning meeting was divided into 2 main tasks: Continued...
Up & Coming Events:
- August 26...... Return to school
Located at the entrance to the beautiful Columbia Gorge, the Mt. Pleasant School District began as a one-room school. Now a K-8 school district with modern facilities and an annual budget of $500,000, the district offers the many benefits of a small school district as well as outstanding supplemental programs that draw on the talents of our staff and the resources of surrounding communities. The school district’s 60+ students learn in a unique multi-age classroom configuration that maximizes student learning and builds a cohesive and productive school environment. Following the eighth grade, the majority of students matriculate to Washougal High School or Stevenson High School.
Mt. Pleasant offers the quality of life of a small community and the beauty and recreation activities in the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area. An abundance of cultural, dining and retail opportunities is less than 30 minutes away in the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area.
It is the mission of Mt. Pleasant School District to provide learning experiences which will not only assist students in developing basic skill, competencies, and attitudes, but challenge them to succeed. Mt. Pleasant will provide these experiences in a safe and secure environment through caring educators and staff in partnership with the community, school board and administration.
To be recognized as a school district that empowers all children to succeed in an ever-changing world.