The Pi Program- remote or in-person
What is Pi?
The Pi Program is a state regulated Alternative Learning Experience (ALE), offered by Chimacum School District that specializes in building positive relationships with students and their family, creating strong community connections & meaningful experiential learning. Scheduled classes are typically multi-age and held 1-3 days a week on campus. Student plans include classroom activities as well as assignments completed at home with a parent or guardian. A fully remote option is also available.
What You Can Expect from PI
- A caring & talented Chimacum teacher consultant provides guidance and reviews progress.
- Individualized Student Learning Plan that is written by student, parent, and teacher together.
- Coursework may be delivered in whole, or part, outside the regular classroom using approved curricular materials.
- If a student fails to make adequate academic progress, an intervention plan will be developed and implemented.
- Note: A letter of Non-Compliance will be issued in cases when weekly contact and monthly progress requirements have not been met. Three consecutive months of non-compliance will result in the student being exited from the Pi Program.
- Obtain an application from the Chimacum Elementary/Pi Office or online.
- Return the fully completed application and accompanying forms to the Chimacum Elementary/Pi office.
- Applications are processed in the order in which they are received.
- You will be contacted by Pi staff on the status of your application.
- Applications submitted during summer months will be processed in late August.
Things to Know for High School Pi Students
- Credits earned through Pi apply to a Chimacum High School diploma.
- Limited slots are available for students wishing to take classes at Pi in tandem with another program (ex: CHS, Running Start, West Sound Tech)
- Must have demonstrated successful academic progress within Pi and have approval from Pi staff to be part-time.
- Participate in the design and creation of your WSLP – which may include class offerings and independent credits.
- Complete required course work, realizing that documented progress and productivity in classes will be required to earn credits toward a diploma.
- Maintain logs or documentation of academic progress, ie., work samples.
- Attend conferences when required and maintain satisfactory academic progress.
- Maintain regular class attendance and participate respectfully and appropriately.
- Participate in the design and creation of your student’s WSLP which may include class offerings and independent credits.
- Support and monitor your student in completing required course work, realizing that documented progress and productivity in classes will be required to earn credits toward a diploma.
- Attend conferences and support your student in maintaining documentation of academic progress.
- Participate in the design and creation of student WSLP with guidance toward completion of a CHS diploma.
- Assign, monitor, and assess required course work.
- Schedule and facilitate conferences, providing feedback on student progress.
- Support, guide and advocate for students on their educational journey.
Remote Learning in Pi
Middle and High School students have the option of completing their ALE coursework remotely, as well as taking classes on the Edgenuity platform.
Please print out and complete the application packet and return the Chimacum Elementary Office or email it to: email@example.com Questions? Please call our office at 360-302-5855
Address: Pi Program, 91 West Valley Road, Chimacum, WA 98325
We will not be able to re-enroll you for the Fall without this form being submitted and approved by your resident school district. Thank you in advance for your help with this!
Do you know a great teacher that wants to join the Pi Team?
Click to open the Pi middle/high school math/science teaching position.
Upcoming Pi Dates
- School Offices open August 24
- Pi program will post schedules by August 31
- September 7-10 Pi initial conferences and orientations
- Pi classes start September 13
About The Pi Program
Chimacum School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical 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 employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights, Title IX, and Section 504 Coordinator: Melinda Miller, 360-302-5886, firstname.lastname@example.org; PO Box 278, Chimacum, WA 98325-0278.
Chimacum School District will also take steps to assure that national origin persons who lack English language skills can participate in all education programs, services and activities. For information regarding translation services or transitional bilingual education programs, contact Jason Lynch at (360)302.5855