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Stevenson Community Pool Fall 2017 Flyer

Stevenson Pool Fall 2017 Flyer


Air Quality Concerns

The Stevenson-Carson School District will begin on time today, Thursday, September 7th. There may be an early dismissal, depending on how the air quality changes throughout the day, in our buildings.

QUESTION: Who makes decisions about whether or not school is open or closed, starts late or dismisses early? Who makes that informed decision?

Athletic Registration

Athletics registration is done through FamilyID. Please click on the link below and follow the instructions.

Follow these steps:

  • Click on the link provided above and under Find a Program type either Stevenson or Wind River.
  • Click on the program you want to register for from the programs listed.
  • Next click on the green button Create Account/Log In at the bottom of the page. If this is your first time using FamilyID, click Create Account. Click Log In, if you already have a FamilyID account.
  • Create your secure FamilyID account by entering the account owner First and Last names (parent/guardian), E-mail address and password. Select I Agree to the FamilyID Terms of Service. Click Create Account.
  • You will receive an email with a link to activate your new account. (If you don’t see the email, check your E-mail filters (spam, junk, etc.).
  • Click on the link in your activation E-mail, which will log you in to
  • Once in the registration form, complete the information requested. All fields with a red* are required to have an answer.
  • Click the Save & Continue button when your form is complete.
  • Review your registration summary. 

KOIN 6 News Runs Story on Loss of Forest Funds

"Lack of federal funding hits timber counties hardest" is the headline to a story posted to their web site on July 27th. Read the full article and view the video here - KOIN 6.

2017-2018 SCSD Budget

The Stevenson-Carson School District held their public Budget Hearing on Thursday, July 20th at 6:00 p.m. Karen Douglass, Superintendent, and Kris Grindy, Business Manager, gave a budget presentation that included a comparison of the 2016-2017 budget to the proposed budget for 2017-2018. The 2017-2018 Proposed Budget has projected revenues of $10,826,900 with projected expenses of $10,996,419. The net position of -$169,519 will come from the fund balance.

In preparing the 2017-2018 budget significant reductions were made because the April levy proposal was not approved by voters. In preparing the budget the district attempted to keep cuts away from the classrooms; however, when staff are eliminated, students are impacted. Some of the major reductions in next year’s budget include: seven teaching staff, ten support staff, 25-30% reduction in all school budgets, 30% reduction in technology and support, field trips, extracurricular activities including sports, and adopting any new curriculum.

By law, the district can only use approved levy funds in preparing a budget. Therefore, the August 1st ballot that includes a levy for the Stevenson-Carson School District was not considered in this budget. However, the proposed budget has a $150,000 contingency fund that will allow for some staff to be rehired and would allow for fall sports to begin should the new levy proposal be approved. If the levy is approved, at a future board meeting, the budget would be extended to include all new levy funds.

The Stevenson-Carson School Board of Directors will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 27th to approve a budget for the 2017-2018 school year. If anyone has questions about the proposed budget, please contact the district office at 427-5674. 

State Budget Impact on Local Taxes

The School District is working diligently to assist the community in understanding how the new state budget will impact local property taxes. This Q&A was created with input and clarification by ESD 112 (Educational Service District), Skamania County Assessor and OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction).

QUESTION: My home has an assessed value of $175,000. If the Stevenson-Carson School District levy is approved, taking the new state budget into consideration, how much will my property tax increase to support the district’s school levy and the state school levy?

ANSWER: The Stevenson-Carson School District levy is a replacement levy. The proposed increase for a home/property valued at $175,000 would be about $250. The state’s school levy would increase for Skamania County in 2018 by about .56 per $1,000 of A/V. This increase would be close to $98.00. The anticipated total increase for these two combined would be approximately $350.00. This is less than $30.00 each month.

In 2019, the state has put a cap on the local levy of $1.50 per $1,000 assessed value. In this scenario, in 2019, if the approximate levy rate of $2.41 per $1,000 is approved, it would be reduced to $1.50 per $1,000. At that point in time, residence in the Stevenson-Carson School District area, would see a reduction in taxes collected for the local levy.

WRMS/SHS 2017-18 Supply List

Carson Elementary School 2017-18 Supply List

Stevenson Elementary School 2017-18 Supply List

2017 Replacement Levy Information

2017 Levy Replacement

Please click here to view the entire Levy information brochure

Employment Opportunities

Night Custodian

Life Guard

Substitute Teachers

Substitute Bus Drivers

Substitute Para Educators

Substitute Office Staff

Substitute Bus Mechanic

Substitute Kitchen Staff


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