Representatives from districts with fewer than 2,000 students help identify issues important to small districts and determine how WSSDA can assist with those issues. Liaisons from other organizations also participate. The Small Schools Advisory Committee meets several times per year as necessary, usually in conjunction with WSSDA General Assembly, WSSDA Annual Conference, and WASA Small Schools Conference.
|Sarah Werling-Sandwith||1||San Juan Island|
|Ronda Litzenberger, Chair||3||Eatonville|
|Don Baker||4||Cape Flattery|
|Annie Robbins||5||Hood Canal|
|Laurie Stanton||6||White Salmon Valley|
|Elissa Dyson||9||Onion Creek|