COUPEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Home of the WOLVES
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES
Monday, Nov. 20th, 12pm
501 South Main Street
Tuesday, November 21st Afternoon only (12 - 3 pm)
A Word From Our Principal
What an exciting October we have had here at Coupeville High School! Our High School Fall Sports all celebrated their Senior Spotlight Night with friends and family. The Homecoming Festivities were enjoyed by all! Wolves Spirit Week started off right with fun themed dress up days which led into a hyped up CLASS represented Dodgeball Game. We enjoyed the parade sponsored by our Coupeville Boosters Club. Finally, we ended the week with our Friday Night Homecoming Football Game along with the Homecoming dance the day after! And, it's not over yet, our High School Volleyball team still plays this weekend for their chance to go to State. Also, our Lone Wolf XC Danny Conlisk represents Coupeville at the State Meet this weekend!
It is hard to believe the 1st Quarter of school is almost coming to an end. Our fantastic teachers are dedicating their time after school to assist students in making up assignments. Some of you may have received an email or a letter requesting students to come in and catch up on any missing assignments. What a great opportunity to take advantage and meet with these teachers!
Furthermore, another opportunity for parents to touch base and meet with teachers is at the upcoming Parent-Teacher Conferences on Monday, November 20th 12 to 3 pm and 5 - 8 pm, Tuesday, November 21st, 12-3 pm. The High School is in the Commons and the Middle School will be in the PAC. Reminder, that Friday, November 17th - Wednesday, November 22nd will be early release days.
Also, this month many students will have an opportunity to take the Smarter Balanced Assessment for Graduation if they have not already previously passed the English Language Arts or Math portion.
High School Principal
Guidance from our Counselor...
- November 8th and 9th - Senior's Workshops with Ms. Anderson during Contemporary Issues classes.
- November Scholarship Bulletin coming soon. The October local scholarship bulletin was distributed in English classes, and is also still available in the counseling office.
- College and Career Preparation will be in December during 9th, 10th, and 11th graders English Classes.
- November 17th The CHS College & Career Fair from 9am-11am. Students will be released from classes on a rotating scheduling to attend the fair. We have over 30 different organizations coming to CHS, including four-year universities, community colleges, technical colleges, military branches, volunteer organizations, apprenticeships, and companies.
Looking forward to...
- 6th FOOD DRIVE
- 9th/11th HS Drama Performance
- 9th Veteran's Day Assembly
- 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 - 21 Parent Teacher Conferences
- 23 - 24 Thanksgiving Break NO SCHOOL
- 27th School Board Meeting 6:30 pm
- 2nd Greening Parade
- 7th Winter Band and Choir Concert
- 8th Early Release (5th Quarter Dance)
- 11th Winter Spirit Week
- 18th School Board Meeting 6:30 pm
- 20th - January 1st Winter Break No School
ANNUAL COUPEVILLE BOOSTER CLUB CRAB DINNER AND AUCTION
at the NORDIC LODGE, 63 Jacobs Road, Coupeville, WA
4:30 pm Silent Auction
5:30 pm Delicious Crab Dinner
6:30 pm Delectable Dessert Auction
7:00 pm Incredible Live Auction
TICKETS PER PERSON $50 Table of 8 $375
Call 360-672-5853 for more information
We are thankful for our Staff & Teachers
Teacher of the Month
Coupeville High School
Appreciates ALL our TEACHERS AND STAFF MEMBERS!!!
EILEEN LEILANI STONE
Staff of the Month
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.
FALL SPORTS SENIOR SPOTLIGHT
Dear Parents of Coupeville High School Seniors...
In the past, the tradition was for parents of Seniors to provide the desserts. We would like to ask you to help us return to this tradition. If you are willing and able to make a dessert that can serve a table of 8-10 people, please let me know by email. Along with it a short description to go in the Auction Guide to entice guests to bid high!
I will also need to know the name of your creation with a short description to go with the dessert, as well as your name, phone number, and address (for a Thank You Letter).
If you have questions or would like to set up a time to deliver your dessert my number is listed below.
Also, if you would like to attend the Dinner Auction please call 360-678-4105 for tickets!
Sincerely, Vicky Reyes, Lion's Dessert Auction Chair
COUPEVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 204
High levels of learning for all students
Dr. Jim Shank
Board of Directors
Laurence Boado, Student Member
Coupeville Middle & High School
501 S. Main St., Coupeville, WA
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.
501 South Main Street, Coupeville, WA 98239