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  • Edison Teacher Experiments With Student-Led Conferences

    Mrs. Styger is using a conferencing method usually seen at the middle and high school levels this year.

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  • Kindergarten Roundup: May 11th

    A great opportunity to register your new student for kindergarten and to meet the staff at your schools!

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  • 20th Annual SWW Biotech Day a Huge Success at CHS

    More than 300 students from nine schools participated in the event this year.

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  • Holocaust Day Brings First-Hand Account of Jewish Plight to CHS

    Sophomores sit for presentation by Holocaust survivor, view Schindler's List.

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  • Elementary Chefs Participate in Future Chef Competition at CHS

    Seven students from Oakview and Washington planned dishes and competed for awesome prizes in the first annual event.

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  • Letter Regarding CSD, State, and Federal Policies on Immigration and Education

    Letter from Superintendent Mark Davalos contains information on board policies, state/federal laws.

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  • Child Diagnosed With Pertussis

    A student at Fords Prairie has been diagnosed with pertussis (whooping cough). They are not considered contaigous. Read more here, including a release from the Lewis County Health Department.

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  • Bond Passes with 61.88 Percent Approval

    Voters approve of $74 million bond which will allow for the complete reconstruction of CHS and the construction of two new elementary schools.

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  • District Begins Seeing Results from i-Ready Investment

    Data from Fall and Winter assessments shows growth at every grade level

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  • Highly Capable Student Testing (HiCap)

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  • CSD Teachers Pioneering New Classroom Techinques to Boost Literacy

    Work to improve literacy strategies began more than a year ago

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  • Tests show CSD Water Supply is Safe

    Low lead levels in all CSD buildings

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  • Board of Directors Issues STEM Building Grant Proclamation

    Proclamation extends thanks to those who have donated to the project

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  • 2016 Community Survey Results

    Thank you very much for your input!

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  • CHS Awarded $3.602 Million Grant to Construct STEM Facility

    Grant is from OSPI and WA Stem

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