ASD Weekly Community Bulletin
News and Events from the Anacortes School District
On the Calendar
June 21: Early Release/ All grades - last day of school
July 25-26: School Board Summer Retreat
District expands public access to Rice Field
The district will be expanding its public access hours to Rice Field during the summer as part of an effort to increase community usage of this facility.
“During the school year, the stadium and field are in constant use by our sports teams and PE classes,” said Superintendent Mark Wenzel. “We hope that expanding our public hours will allow the community to get even more use out of this beautiful facility.”
Rice Field will be open each day during July and August, Monday-Sunday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (It will be closed July 4-5.)
“We know there are a number of folks who want to be able to walk and run on the track, or use the field for casual play,” said Erik Titus, athletics and activities director.
Restrooms will not be open during these hours, due to staffing cuts and safety concerns. Users will need to obey all posted rules including no pets, no food or beverages other than water, no bikes or skateboards. Additional rules are posted at the facility. Access is also subject to change due to district use or field rentals. Seahawk Stadium is available to rent by private groups as well.
Questions? Contact Erik Titus, Athletics and Activities Director - 360-503-1305 or email@example.com.
Sizzlin' Summer Art Camp
ASD SIZZLIN' SUMMER ART CAMP is now taking registrations for summer session!
Classes are July 15-19
Registration due by July 8. Classes fill up fast - register now!
Classes offered: Sculpture Madness, Storytime Yoga, Kidz Culinary Camp, World Music, The Art of a Horse and Summer Fun Desserts. Classes are for students in grades K-6.
Scholarships are available.
The registration form is on our website or available at the District Office (2200 M Avenue).
Questions? Contact Tina Franulovich-Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ready to Learn Fair
Saturday, Aug. 17th, 9am-12pm
Anacortes Middle School
- Community services
- Complimentary lunch
- School supplies & books
- Gently used clothing
Parent or guardian must accompany all grade-school students. This is a zero-waste event -- bring your water bottle!
Translators will be available! Habrá traductores disponibles!
Want to volunteer? Contact Treva King at email@example.com or 360-503-1200.
The Summer edition of the Anacortes A-Town Publication is available online HERE. This publication has activities and events that are happening over the next several months.
Visit the Anacortes Farmers Market - fresh produce, great food, crafts, live music, and more. Every Saturday starting May 4th, 9AM to 2PM at the Depot (7th St and R Ave) - Family friendly!
The Anacortes Noon Rotary Club is looking for 2 students to sponsor for the program , Youth Engaged in Service, this next year. They need to be entering their Junior year. The information and applications are on the website www.YES5050.org. Please apply now as the deadline for application ends soon.
Bloodworks NW Blood Drive - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints building located at 3720 H Ave in Anacortes. The date is July 29 from 9-3 and will be closed from 11–12 for lunch. Walk-ins welcome. To schedule an appointment please call (360) 708-9560. Thanks for being a Life Saver!
Dogs on Call - Volunteer Opportunity - We need YOU and YOUR PET to help kids in need with Dogs on Call! If you are interested, click on the flyer!
Learn life skills, the 9 core values, how to play golf and have fun with The First Tee at the Swinomish Golf links. Youth 7 - 18 are welcome and you can join at any time. Check out our flyer and visit our website: anacortestft.com.
Your high schooler can earn volunteer hours by hosting a French exchange student!
When: June 30-July 20
Who: Girls and boys ages 14-16
Why: This 3 week program gives the French students the experience of being a teen in America! They're very excited to be a part of your family and use their English skills.
Where: They are coming to Anacortes to be a part of our community, and they will also go on two full-day excursions including a Mariner's game, The Seattle ferris wheel and a trip out to the San Juans.
What a fantastic opportunity to show your child the joy of experiencing another culture in the comfort of your own home.
Please contact Stacy O'Hagan for more information.
National Night Out - Tuesday, August 6 - 6-8 p.m. at Storvik Park
Quaker Cove Events:
Kids' Culinary Camp
1st-2nd Grade: 9 - 11 AM, June 24, 26, & 28
3rd-5th Grade: 12 - 3 PM, June 24, 26, & 28
Middle & High School: 10 AM - 1 PM June 25 & 27
1st-5th Grade: July 1-3, 9 AM - 12 PM
July 1-3, 2 - 5 PM
Do you know a young chef in the making who jumps at the chance to learn new skills in the kitchen? Kids' Culinary Camp is just the thing for them. Camp Director Karl is a professionally trained chef, and he'll teach kids about ingredients, recipes, and prepare a meal together. Adults will oversee the kitchen. Dishes and skills will be tailored to age appropriate levels. Check out our website to register your budding chef.
Day Camp at Quaker Cove - Week 1: July 29 - August 2
Week 2: August 5 - 9
Week 3: August 12 - 16
Day Camp is for kids entering grades 1st - 6th. Campers will investigate and learn about plants, animals, and nature. We will take them into the forest, onto the beach, out to our vegetable garden, and under the open air for sky gazing. Registration is open now.
Relay for Life - June 22 - The Anacortes Relay For Life will take place on June 22-23 at Anacortes High School’s Rice Field from 1pm to 10am. The Relay raises money for cancer research, education, patient services and advocacy. For more information visit www.relayforlife.org/anacorteswa or call 425 4040-2244.
SUMMER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CAMP
Calling all AHS athletes, entering 9th through 12th grades! Let the area’s most qualified Strength and Conditioning team improve your overall athletic development and performance through speed, agility, and strength training. IRG Physical & Hand Therapy – Anacortes will help you become a better athlete in this expertly-coached and affordable summer camp. We focus on teaching and developing long-term athletes for all sports, while reducing the risk of injuries.
Anacortes High School
DAYS & TIMES:
Monday - Friday
July 1 – August 15, 2019
10 AM — 12 PM
$10/Session or 10 sessions for $75
Hayley Stout, LAT, ATC, CSCS
Patrick Donaldson, BS, Kinesiology, CSCS, USAW, Level 1
To sign up for Summer Strength & Condition Camp, contact
IRG Physical & Hand Therapy – Anacortes at 360-682-0361 or online https://tinyurl.com/yynevrfq
Register now for Western Washington University summer Youth Programs, held at Shannon Point Marine Center.
Western’s Youth Programs foster academic growth through enrichment and recreational activities. Offerings available this summer in Anacortes include:
Create memories to last a lifetime during this unique intergenerational program for grandparents and grandchildren. Does your child wonder why crabs have claws and sea stars have no bones? We dive into the how’s and why’s of different marine animal characteristics and investigate the tops of kelp forests and deep ocean canyons to discover how marine habitats influence species diversity.
Grades: 1 - 8
Dates: Monday, July 22 - Tuesday, July 23
Times: Monday, 9 a.m. - 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location: Shannon Point Marine Center
Cost: $260 per grandparent/grandchild pair
Dive into investigating science and arts. Does your child have an interest in marine science? In this program they have the opportunity to engage with marine scientists at Shannon Point Marine Center. Through hands-on activities, participants apply the principals of the scientific method to discover unique aspects of the marine world.
Grades: 3 - 6
Dates: Monday, July 29 - Friday, August 2
Times: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m.
Location: Shannon Point Marine Center
Cost: $173 (if registered before May 14)
To learn more and register, visit wwu.edu/youth.
Nondiscrimination: The Anacortes School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:
K.C. Knudson, Civil Rights Compliance/ RCW Coordinator, (360) 503-1214, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fran McCarthy, Section 504/ ADA Coordinator, (360) 503-1216, email@example.com
Connie Sheridan, Title IX Coordinator, (360) 503-1221, firstname.lastname@example.org
Written complaints to: 2200 M Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221