COUPEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

Home of the WOLVES

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HOMECOMING WEEK

Monday, Oct. 9th, 8am to Saturday, Oct. 14th, 10am

501 South Main Street

Coupeville, WA

Homecoming Spirit Week begins on Monday, 10/9

Homecoming Activity Wednesday, 10/11 6:30 pm

Homecoming Assembly Friday, 10/13 1:30 pm

Homecoming Parade Friday, 10/13 2:30 pm

HS Homecoming Football vs Bellevue Christian 7 pm Friday, 10/13

HS Homecoming Dance Saturday, 10/14 9 -12

A Word From Our Principal

We have had a great start to the school year. I just want to remind you of Family Access and to be checking on your child’s progress. Please email the teachers if you have questions or how to improve your child’s grade. If you are unable to access Family Access through Skyward, please contact Eileen Stone, estone@coupeville.k12.wa.us She will be able to help you get into your account. Also in Family access you can see your lunch account status and any outstanding fees that you might have. Many students receive fees for unreturned textbooks. If this is the case, please check around the house and see if it is around. We will remove any fees related to textbooks if they are returned. We have some big events coming up in October such as Homecoming and many of our sports senior nights.

Starting the last week of October any Junior or Senior that has not met state graduation requirements in testing will get an opportunity to attempt the state test exam to meet graduation requirements.

I appreciate and thank you for all the support that our school has received from you.


Duane Baumann

High School Principal

School Picture Retakes

Tuesday, Oct. 31st, 8am

501 South Main Street

Coupeville, WA

If you are taking picture retakes, please bring your packets and give it to the photographer when you have them taken. If you were absent or taking pictures for the first time, just bring in your picture packet with your payment.

IMPACT AID PROGRAM

The Impact Aid Program Survey Form for Military and/or Civilian Personnel will be sent home with students on Monday, October 16th, 2017 and will be due on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017.

The Impact Aid Program is an important tool for qualifying our district for additional support from the U.S. Department of Education. Please note: ONE FORM will need to be filled out PER STUDENT!!! Turn in your completed form to Mrs. Stone in the High School Office.

For more information on the Federal Impact Aid Program go to the U.S. Department of Education - Impact Aid Program

https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oese/impactaid/whatisia.html

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SENIOR NIGHT SPOTLIGHT!!!

HS Football vs Chimacum

HS Cheer

Friday, October 27th 6:00 pm


HS Girls Soccer vs Klahowya

Monday, October 23th 4:00 pm


HS Volleyball vs Klahowya

Thursday, October 26th 4:00 pm


HS Boys Tennis vs Chimacum

Thursday, October 12th 3:15 pm



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FOR YOUR MOST UPDATED SPORTS SCHEDULES GO TO OLYMPICLEAGUE.COM

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

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.

STRIVE for 5

At CHS we want every high school student to know the importance of good attendance and how regular attendance at school relates directly to graduation rates. For every school day missed, the likelihood of graduating decreases by 1%.

Encouraging positive habits is a great first step to changing your student's behavior. But habits don’t form overnight… in fact, it takes 21 days!


So, let's start today.


First, evaluate your student's past absences. Could the student have been at school? Were they too sick? Could an appointment have been rescheduled for non-school hours?

Next, evaluate your family's’ current habits. Does the whole family place importance on good attendance, arriving at school on time, and staying at school all day? Are you excusing absences that shouldn't be excused?


We want to work together to minimize absences during the school year, so we are asking you to STRIVE for 5!

Can your student limit their absences to 5 days? We need EVERYONE to help us meet our school wide attendance goals...So how can we help you make it happen? Let us know by emailing attendance@coupeville.k12.wa.us.

Looking forward to...

COUPEVILLE TANDEM CALENDAR


October

  • 3rd Island County Transition Fair 5-7:15 pm
  • 9th - 13th SPIRIT WEEK
  • 11th Dodgeball Tournament 6:30 pm
  • 13th Homecoming Parade 2:45 pm
  • 14th Homecoming Dance 9 pm - 12 am
  • 16th Impact Aid
  • 21st ish Coupeville Booster Club Crab Feed
November
  • 10th Veteran's Day Observed NO SCHOOL
  • 11th Coupeville Boosters Crab Feed
  • 13th HS Winter Sports Practice Begins
  • 17th Early Release
  • 17th CHS College/Career Fair 9 - 11 am
  • 20 - 22 Parent Teacher Conferences
  • 23 - 24 Thanksgiving Break NO SCHOOL


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

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

Chris Chan

Venessa Matros


Laurence Boado, 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

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