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District News

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.

 

Superintendent's Message

May 7, 2019

Happy Springtime!

Dear Chimacum Community:

Have you ever considered school board service?  If so, for the open seats of Chimacum’s board the filing period is one week long and begins Monday.  All interested in securing a four year term on the school board must file next week. For more information on how to file see https://www.co.jefferson.wa.us/1266/Elections.  You can also access the district website to learn more about school board elections here:  www.csd49.org

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Mental Health First Aid Youth Mental Health First Aid flyer
Superintendent's Spring Update Robotics Fair 2019

Dear Chimacum Community:

The class of 2019 graduation is only a few weeks away.  My wife and I received our first graduation announcement recently in the mail.  Such an exciting time for students their families.  I look forward to seeing you at Commencement on June 8.

I hope you had a chance to see or hear about Chimacum’s first Robotics Competition held Saturday, April 13.  It was well organized by fifth grade teachers with a special shout out to Maddie Webb who put in lots of time to make this event a success.  Parents, community, students and other competitors came together for an important experience.  I cannot say thank you enough to all who were dedicated to make this happen.

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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 . . .