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Daily Bulletin 6/14/19
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Capital Projects Update

Dear Community:

Here is a summary of the capital projects work completed or being done this summer in our schools.  These projects are made possible using your capital projects and technology dollars from the 2012 and 2018 levies and from state grants. 

Note: Chimacum Elementary Open House, June 5th, 6:00 PM, meet in the current Middle School gym


Principal Kyle Ehlis hired as Principal of Chimacum Creek Primary School


Dear Parents and Community:

Yesterday, the CCP Principal hiring team interviewed Kyle Ehlis for the Principal of CCP.  Kyle was offered and accepted the position.

Kyle comes to Chimacum Schools from the Mabton School District in Eastern Washington (a district of 850) where he is serving as an elementary assistant principal.  Prior to that he worked for several years in Pasco as a teacher, math specialist, and behavior specialist.


Senior News

Find all of the latest news that every senior needs to know in The CHS Graduation Newsletter! Go to the Senior Information page and get the scoop on everything from rehearsal times to how to order graduation pictures.Congrats to the Class of 2019!

Immunizations Letter for Parents


"Improving community health is a shared goal that takes the active participation of all community members. When it comes to infectious diseases, this means living a healthy lifestyle, being immunized against all vaccine preventable disease, staying home when we are sick, and committing ourselves to protecting those in our community who are most vulnerable to infectious diseases." - Thomas Locke, MD, MPH, Jefferson County Health Officer

Please click "Read More" below to read the entire letter from Jefferson County Public Health.


Mental Health First Aid Youth Mental Health First Aid flyer

Reapplication for Free and Reduced School Breakfast and Lunch Program - 

You may apply for benefits any time during the school year. If you should have a decrease in household income, an increase in household size, or become unemployed, or receive Basic Food, TANF, or FDPIR, you may be eligible for benefits and may fill out an application at that time. Applications can be found on the school’s website or at any of the school offices.

Homelessness –

If your family is experiencing Homelessness, as defined by the McKinney Vento Act, please ask to fill out a Student Housing Questionnaire with one of our main building offices. Resources are available to assist families experiencing homelessness (including house sharing, living in a shelter or in alternative living situations to accommodate lack of housing). You may qualify for certain rights and protections.