COUPEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

Home of the WOLVES

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A Word From Our Principal

As we get ready to spring forward on Sunday, March 11th, I want to take this time to thank our hard working and dedicated Custodial, Maintenance, Transportation, Food Service, ParaProfessionals, and Secretarial staff members for making 2017-2018 school year a great one! March 12th - March 16th is Education Support Professionals week and we definitely appreciate our support staff, our school would truly not survive without you.


As a reminder, there will be no Middle and High School classes on Friday, March 16th (weather make-up day). The Elementary School will be in session.


Also, coming up in March is our Spring Parent Teacher Conferences. It will be held on Thursday, March 29th from 12 to 3 pm and 5 to 8 pm in the commons. If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s progress in their schools, I encourage you to bookmark this day and make it a priority to come. As always, you can check daily progress on Family Access. For more information on Family Access please email Marie Bagby, mbagby@coupeville.k12.wa.us. The conferences will be arena style with our teachers having tables in the High school commons. Middle school conference is the same day and time and will be in the PAC.


Duane Baumann

Principal


Coupeville High School

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Guidance from our Counselor...

For students interested in participating in Running Start next year through Skagit Valley College as a junior or senior, there are two information sessions coming up:

Tuesday, March 27th- 6pm-7:30pm, Skagit Valley College Whidbey Campus, Hayes Hall 137

or

Friday, April 13th- 8am-9:10am, Coupeville High School, old band room


For students interested in pursuing a career in the military, the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test will be held at CHS at 8am on Wednesday, March 28th. Students must sign up in advance, and a sign up sheet is available in the counseling office.


There are two upcoming SAT dates at CHS. The upcoming sessions are:

Saturday March 10th, 2018

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018

All registration and payment for the SAT is done through www.collegeboard.org


There are still spots available for the upcoming college field trips to Western Washington University, Whatcom Community College, and Bastyr University. Students can sign up for field trips and pick up permission slips in the counseling office.


March 7th- Western Washington University

March 19th- Whatcom Community College

April 23rd- Bastyr University

The field trips are open to students of all grade levels- 9th-12th. Students must sign up and pick up a permission slip in the counseling office. Spots are filling up fast- sign up now!

Looking forward to...

March
  • 7th Athlete Appreciation Dinner 6 pm
  • 11th Daylight Saving Time Begins
  • 12th Sport's Pictures: 2:30 G.Tennis, 3:00 B.Soccer 3:30 HS Track
  • 16th Weather Make Up Day (MS/HS ONLY~CES is in Session)
  • 17th Pride and Allies Rainbow Prom
  • 21st Sport's Pictures: 2:30 MS GBB 3:00 Softball 3:30 Baseball
  • 22nd-24th HS Drama Festival - Western Washington University
  • 23rd Early Release (HS Term 3 Ends)
  • 26th -30th SPIRIT WEEK
  • 27th HS Band Festival
  • 28th HS Choir Festival
  • 29th - 30th Early Release
  • 29th Spring Conference 12-3pm and 5-8pm ONLY
APRIL
  • 2nd - 6th SPRING BREAK
  • 13th - 14th Drama Production
  • 20th - 21st Drama Production
  • 23rd HS Home Track Meet
  • 27th Early Release
  • 28th Holland Happening Parade
  • 28th Junior/Senior Prom



Visit our Coupeville Tandem Calendar for your most up to date school schedule and events

INCLEMENT WEATHER SCHEDULES

1 Hour Late Start, Periods 1-5 (A/B Days)

1st period 9:00 - 10:00

2nd period 10:05 - 11:00

3rd period 11:05 - 12:00

LUNCH 12:00 - 12:30

4th period 12:35 - 1:30

5th period 1:35 - 2:30


2 Hour Late Start, Period 1-5 (A/B Days)

1st period 10:00 - 10:45

2nd period 10:50 - 11:34

3rd period 11:39 - 12:23

LUNCH 12:23 - 12:53

4th period 12:58 - 1:42

5th period 1:47 - 2:30


Please look for updates at www.FlashAlert.net and/or news stations KING 5, KOMO 4, KIRO 7, Fox 13 and local radio stations.


If school reports cancelled/closed, this also includes cancellation of before/after school activities and sports.

CHS WOLVES SPRING SPORTS

For the most updated sports schedules please go to OlympicLeague.com and click on the red C on the top bar!!! GO WOLVES!!!

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We are thankful for our Staff & Teachers

A big thank you to our AMAZING Student Volunteers at the Lion's Scholarship Auction and Dinner on February 17th

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Family Access

Family Access, Student Access, and Student Emails

All students have an email account at school through the school district’s Google account. Students can login to their email from any computer with Internet connection. This is a helpful tool for saving schoolwork and keeping in touch with teachers and staff. Student Access is also given to students so that they can check their homework, messages from teachers, see class schedules and much more. Family Access is provided to all parents/guardians so that they can see class schedules, pay fees/fines and lunch accounts, grades, etc. Student and Family Access links are found at the Coupeville School District Website.

Coupeville School Board of Directors

January was School Board Appreciation Month!

We are thankful for our dedicated School Board Members!

COUPEVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 204

High levels of learning for all students

Superintendent

Dr. Jim Shank

Board of Directors

Kathleen Anderson

Glenda Merwine

Christine Sears

Venessa Matros

Brent Stevens


Danny Conlisk, Student Member


Coupeville Middle & High School

501 S. Main St., Coupeville, WA

(360) 678-2410

Duane Baumann, High School Principal

Geoff Kappes, Middle School Principal

Willie Smith, Athletic Director


The district provides equal educational opportunity and treatment in all programs and employment and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably-discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation (gender expression or identity), marital status, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. The district provides the Boy Scouts of America, and all other designated youth groups listed in Title 36 of the United States Code as a patriotic society, equal access to school facilities.

The district provides continuous notice of nondiscrimination and will provide annual notice of the district’s discrimination complaint procedures to students, parents, employees, volunteers, and applicants for employment.

The board designates the superintendent to serve as the district’s

• Title IX Coordinator

• Section 504/ADA Coordinator

• Compliance Coordinator for RCW 28A.640 and RCW 28A.642

to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination.

Superintendent

501 South Main Street, Coupeville, WA 98239

360-678-2404