COUPEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

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A Word From Our Principal

Our 1st Semester has just wrapped up and you should be expecting to see report cards in the mail early next week.

As our Winter Basketball season wraps up in the next couple of weeks, we are already beginning to prepare for the spring sports season. This is a reminder to make sure your sports paperwork which includes a physical is up to date.

Next school year we will be making a change in our Athletic League. We are joining a newly formed league called The North Sound League. Other schools in the league are South Whidbey High School, Sultan High School, Granite Falls High School, Kings High School, and Cedar Park Christian High School. All schools are in the 1A competition level. Some changes that will be noticed is that game times and game schedules will be more consistent. Most events will occur at roughly 5 pm for JV and 7 pm for Varsity. Sports that are played outside and depend on daylight like Baseball, Fastpitch, Tennis, and Track will be around 3 or 4 pm. More information and schedules will be coming out next school year.


Also a reminder the Levy Ballot, February 13th.


The Special Election on February 13, 2018 will have two ballot issues for the Coupeville School District.

  • – A four-year replacement Maintenance and Operations/Enrichment Levy to pay for continued high quality academic and non-academic programs and maintenance and operations purposes.

  • – A four-year replacement Technology Levy for technology modernization, improvements, equipment and training.


For any information please use the following link:

http://coupeville.k12.wa.us/february-13-2018-mo-levy-and-technology-levy/

Duane Baumann

Principal


Coupeville High School

FFA New activity offered at the Coupeville High School

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Guidance from our Counselor...

The counseling office is excited to announce that we have four field trips planned for CHS students!

February 22nd- Bellingham Technical College

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!

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"Coupechella" Tolo Dance

Saturday, Feb. 24th, 9pm

CHS Commons 501 S. Main Street, Coupeville, Washington 98239

Tolo Tickets will be sold at high school lunch in the upper level of the commons.

Looking forward to...

February

  • 14th CHS Blood Drive
  • 16th Early Release
  • 17th Annual Lion's Club Scholarship Auction Dinner
  • 19th President's Day - NO SCHOOL
  • 20th Mid Winter Break - NO SCHOOL
  • 24th Science Olympiad Competition
  • 24th TOLO Dance
  • 26th HS Spring Sports Begin
  • 26th School Board Meeting 6:30 pm

March

  • 7th Athlete Appreciation Dinner 6 pm
  • 11th Daylight Saving Time Begins
  • 16th Weather Make Up Day (MS/HS ONLY~CES is in Session)
  • 17th Pride and Allies Rainbow Prom
  • 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.

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SENIOR NIGHT SPOTLIGHT

COME CELEBRATE WITH US AS OUR SENIORS ARE HONORED AT OUR LAST HOME GAMES!

HS Boys Basketball Seniors - Thursday, February 1, 2018 5:15 pm vs Klahowya

Ethan Spark, Hunter Downes, James Vidoni, Asiah Bepler, Kyle Rockwell, Joey Lippo, Hunter Smith, Cameron Toomey-Stout


HS Girls Basketball Seniors - Saturday, February 3, 2018 5:15 pm vs Chimacum

Mikayla Elfrank, Kyla Briscoe, Allison Wenzel


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

Annual Lion's Club Scholarship Auction Dinner

Saturday, Feb. 17th, 5-8:30pm

155 Northeast Ernst Street

Oak Harbor, WA

http://www.coupevillelions.org/ScholarshipAuction.html


For tickets ($40) and information call (360) 678-4105!
Coupeville Lion's Club provides excellent community service year round. They work hard raising scholarship monies for deserving Coupeville High School Seniors furthering education. This Annual Lion's Club Scholarship Live Auction Dinner is one of the opportunities for raising funds. Thank you for your dedication LIONS!!!

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