Cascade Update

June 6 - June 11, 2022

Our mission is to ensure high levels of learning for each

of our students and prepare them for life and success after high school.

Graduation Week 2022!

This weeks marks the successful completion of high school for the Class of 2022. There are many events planned for the week as we celebrate the Class of 2022. For all other students, school ends on Thursday, June 16th. See the full schedule by clicking the Weekly Schedule link below and check our Daily Bulletin (link below) for updates.

Monday, June 6

  • 8:55 - 10:25: Awards Assembly in the Commons
  • 6:30 PM: AVID Awards Night

Tuesday, June 7

  • 6:00 PM: Scholarship and Awards Night

Wednesday, June 8 - Last Day for the Class of 2022

  • 8:00 - 8:55 AM: Senior Stroll
  • 6:00 PM: Baccalaureate Service

Thursday, June 9

  • Senior Trip

Friday, June 10

  • Noon - Graduation Practice

Saturday, June 11

  • 8:00 PM - Graduation


Successful Season for Kodiak Soccer

The Kodiak Soccer team won the Caribou Trail League Title this year and mad it to the quarterfinals of the WIAA State Playoffs. Along the way, many Kodiaks were recognized for their play.

CTL Coach of the Year - Jesus Sandoval

First Team All League-

Kevin Castillo, Jr. Forward

Angel Sandoval, Soph., Forward

Shane Slette, Freshman, Midfielder

Edgar Mata, Sr., Midfielder

Ryan Denega, Soph., Defender

Joseph Wall, Sr., Defender

Frank Rosario, Freshman, Goalie

Second Team All League-

Vincent Slette, Jr., Defender

Congratulations on a great year!

NCESD - Student, Classroom Winners Announced for 2022 Virtual STEM Showcase

Quentin Farrell, Grade 11, Cascade High School won a $250 gift card for his STEM contest submission. Tami McBride, the Career-Connected Learning Specialist from ESD 171, presented Quentin Farrell with the $250 gift card on Friday, May 27th at Cascade High School.
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Tape Art Murals at CHS

Finished Tape Murals that the 2D Design class has been working on. It is a great way to explore…

  • Large scale design rendering and creating
  • Collaborative team work
  • Successfully completing a role and task that is assigned to you
  • Math and art
  • Accurate craftsmanship

Student Store Trees

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Leavenworth Scene

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Cosmic Ocean

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Cascade WAHSET Team Results!


After competing and winning the first place small team in the district, members of the Cascade High School WAHSET Team (Washington State High School Equestrian Team) qualified and competed in 18 events at the state wahset meet May 19-22 in Moses Lake. The team members had to qualify for state by earning top 3 in their events at the district level. Greer Swoboda also earned the overall cattle event highpoint at districts and Lauren Mongrain earned most improved athlete in district 1. The Cascade team is made up of kids from Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, Cashmere and Cascade and have been practicing throughout the year to compete in performance, gaming (timed) and cattle events and drill team. The Cascade Team is coached by Cindy Fowler, Kendra Wallace, Hollie Dahl, Linda Simons and Jeremy Price. Advisors are Mickey Lane and Kathy Wenlandt .

At the state level of competition, the top 5 in each event qualify to go on to compete in PNWIC (Pacific Northwest Invitational Championships) held this year in Moses Lake on June 17-19. Cascade will have 3 competitors at PNWIC, Greer Swoboda from Leavenworth and Alexis Shoults of East Wenatchee qualified in cattle sorting with a 3rd place state finish, Greer earned first place in breakaway roping, and Alex Berthiaume from Wenatchee earned first place in reining as well as qualifying in working rancher . Spectators are welcome! More information is available here:

Overall the Cascade team had a great showing in all their qualified events. Here are the results from the State Competition:

Performance Events:

Dressage – tie for 16 Alex Berthiaume and Lauren Mongrain
In-hand trail – 9th Kira Potter (Wenatchee)
Reining – 1st Alex Bertiaume
9th Alexis Shoults (E. Wen)
Showmanship – 24th Alma McKean (Leav)
Stock Seat Equitation – 14th Alex Berthiaume
Trail – 11th Alex Berthiaume
Working Rancher – 7th Alex Berthiaume
Gaming (Timed) Events:
Barrel Racing – 16th Alexis Shoults
Breakaway Roping – 1st Greer Swoboda
Figure 8 – 19th Jorga Davenport (Wen)
28th Alexis Shoults
30 Lauren Mongrain (Wen)

Team Events:

Drill Team 6+ - 6th place Ty Harris, Lauren Mongrain, Greer Swoboda, Alma McKean, Alexis Shoults, Alex Berthiaume, Jorga Davenport

Canadian Flags – 8th Cascade A - Ty Harris (Cashmere), Lauren Mongrain, Greer Swoboda, Alma McKean, Alexis Shoults

IHOR (In Hand Obstacle Relay) – 12th Cascade A Lauren, Greer, Alma and Alexis

2-Man Birangle – 8th Cascade B – Ty, Alexis

17th Cascade A - Greer, Lauren

2-Man Cattle Sorting – Cascade A - 3rd Greer, Alexis

Working Pairs – 18th Alex and Jorga

Versatility – 16th Cascade B Ty, Alexis, Izzy Black (Wen), Jorja, Kira

19th Cascade A – Lauren, Greer, Alma, Alex

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Student Support/Apoyo al Estudiante

Thank you for the opportunity to work with your students. It is hard to believe that the holiday break is only a week away. We understand this time of year can be hard on students and families and wanted to make sure you knew that we have resources in our system to assist. For social emotional as well as other student needs, our district has hired a Social Worker. Katie Schmitten works in this role and can be contacted at In late October, the Chelan County Sheriff’s office reinstated our school resource officer. Deputy Dominic Mutch ( will serve in this role to meet student needs, until our regular resource office, Daane Dunlap, returns from maternity leave.

Additionally, each school has a full-time counselor.

Meche Grace – Apline Lakes and Peshastin-Dryden Elementary

Danielle Steele – Beaver Valley School and Icicle River Middle School

Amanda Schafer – College and Career Counselor, Cascade High School

Also, subbing at Cascade High School to support student needs is Andrea Brixey –

We are here to assist you in any way we can.

Take care and stay well.

Gracias por la oportunidad de trabajar con sus estudiantes. Es difícil creer que solo falta una semana para las vacaciones. Entendemos que esta época del año puede ser difícil para los estudiantes y las familias y queríamos asegurarnos de que supiera que tenemos recursos en nuestro sistema para ayudar. Para las necesidades sociales y emocionales, así como para otras necesidades de los estudiantes, nuestro distrito ha contratado a una trabajadora social. Katie Schmitten trabaja en esta función y puede ser contactada en . A fines de octubre, la oficina del alguacil del condado de Chelan reinstaló a nuestro oficial de recursos escolares. El diputado Dominic Mutch ( ) desempeñará este papel para satisfacer las necesidades de los estudiantes, hasta que nuestra oficina de recursos regular, Daane Dunlap, regrese de la licencia por maternidad.

Además, cada escuela tiene un consejero de tiempo completo.

Meche Grace - : Primaria Apline Lakes y Peshastin-Dryden

Danielle Steele - : Escuela Beaver Valley y Escuela secundaria Icicle River

Amanda Schafer - : Consejera universitaria y vocacional, Escuela preparatoria Cascade

Además, como suplente en Cascade High School para apoyar las necesidades de los estudiantes está Andrea Brixey -

Estamos aquí para ayudarlo en todo lo que podamos.

Cuídense y manténganse bien.


Online Learning Management System

Safety Protocol

  • You do NOT need to complete a daily health screener for your student. However, if your student is sick, we ask that they remain at home until their symptoms subide.
  • Masks must be worn in the building. They must cover nose and mouth. Gaiters must be double layered. There is NO mask requirement for outside activity.
  • Physical Distancing is now 3 feet and desks will be set up to meet this requirement.
  • Lunches will be outside. Picnic tables have been purchased to allow students to eat in the back courtyard area of Cascade High School. For inclement weather, students will use the lunchroom, physically distanced.
  • 11th and 12th graders who wish to walk off campus for lunch, must have a completed lunch release form completed prior to be allowed to leave campus. You can find the lunch release form using the button below.


Principal - Elia Ala'ilima-Daley -

Assistant Principal - Rudy Joya -

Athletic Director - Dominique Coffin -

Student Support - Andrea Brixey -

College and Career Counselor - Amanda Schafer -

District Social Worker - Katie Schmitten -

Registrar - Tim Barnes -

Attendance - Karen Feliciano -

School Nurse - Kesha Smith -