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Embracing Change


The Benefits of Reconfiguration

In an effort to improve student learning, while at the same time realizing a limitation of financial resources, it was determined that a reconfiguration of the grades was necessary. The following grade configuration provides the best options:

  • Primary grades K-2, with anticipated enrollment of 140 students
  • Elementary grades 3-6, with anticipated enrollment of 245 students
  • Middle and High School grades 7-12, with anticipated enrollment of 294 students
  •  Pi grades K-12, with anticipated enrollment of 52 students

Our new configuration will:

  1.  Improve the use of personnel, recently remodeled classroom space, and access to available technology, particularly in the elementary and middle grades.
  2.  Increase the use of instructional time by improving the proximity of class and support services for students, particularly in the middle and high school grades.
  3.  Improve the use of available financial resources by better utilizing faculty expertise and administrative leadership.
  4.  Improve the utilization of teacher and administrative time and talent, particularly in the middle and high school grades.
  5. Continue to improve student learning and utilize teacher expertise, along with continued emphasis on small class size at the primary grade levels.
  6.  Improve the utilization of available learning spaces, libraries, lunchrooms, and technology services for students and teachers, particularly in the middle and high school grades.
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WANTED: Substitute Bus Drivers

 

Transportation is seeking substitute school bus drivers –

Make a difference in the life of a child! Become a trained and licensed school bus driver and earn extra money in your spare time. 

Do you enjoy being around young people? Do you have a clean driving record? Are you self-employed, retired or a stay at home parent?  This position is right for you!

Pick your shift: mornings, afternoons, every other day; just about any configuration is possible. You are off when your children or grandchildren are off. 

You can earn from $15.80 to $17.70 per hour. We will pay for your expenses up to $485.00 toward your Commercial Driver License, after completion of 200 hours of drive time on routes as a substitute. 

Are you interested? Contact Monica Mulligan, 360-302-5812 and I will answer all your questions. 

Click on the Employment button above to apply for both Chimacum and Port Townsend school districts.

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Department Phone Numbers

Primary School: 360.302.5820

Elementary School: 360.302.5855

Middle School: 360.302.5944

High School: 360.302.5900

Pi Program: 360.302.5077

Special Services: 360.302.5286

Transportation: 360.302.5811

Maintenance: 360.302.5230

District: 360.302.5890