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Pancakes with the Principal

 

SES Breakfast

Stevenson Elementary students got an opportunity to get to know Principal Karen Douglass and enjoy a delicious breakfast at the same time! Through the "Pancakes with the Principal" event, Principal Karen Douglass invited students in groups to join her before school started for pancakes, fruit and milk. The even gave Douglass an opportunity to get to know individual students and help foster a community atmosphere at SES. Staff member Andrea Wilbanks helped each morning with set up, serving, and cleaning.

Snow Make-up Days

We have now used a total of five snow days. In addition to using the three built in snow make-up days, Feb. 18, March 18 and May 22, students and staff will make up the two additional snow day on June 22 and June 23.

Read Across America

Read Across America

 

March 3rd was a reading celebration at Stevenson Elementary! The day began with Cat-in-the-Hat (Monica Midland) greeting the students in the front of the school. Some students arrived dressed as their favorite Seuss character. Mid morning bus loads of SHS students arrived to read with our Bullpups...that was definitely the highlight of the day. At noon, thanks to Chris Youngren, our students enjoyed "Sam I am Dogs and Birthday Honk-Honker Cake". Other staff dressed in Seusswear and it was a VERY FUN day encouraging reading throughout the building! That evening, families returned to SES for a Family Literature Event. Families read together, played games together, had a snack and picked out a free book to take home. It was a GREAT birthday celebration!

SHS Wrestlers go to State!

Carl Bell State Wrestling

Seven SHS wrestlers competed in the State Tournament February 18 and 19 at the Tacoma Dome. Karl Bell placed fourth, Wade Huett and Marcus Carter placed sixth, and Andrew Ledesma placed eighth. Also competing were Jacob Schneider, Tyler Miler, Alec Brenan. Allison Brown went as an alternate.
 

SHS Students Volunteer Time

Bill LaCombe and nine students--Danny Gildersleeve, Chase LaCombe, Cody Rosander, Tyler Host, Blake Langsley, Jordan Cartern, Braden LaCombe, Mariah Holman and Jessica Douglass--volunteered their time in Hood River, OR January 22 and 23. The group primed and painted 32,000 square feet of sheetrock on a new building. This was a great community service opportunity for SHS staff and students!

Family Literacy Event SES

Family literacy event a big success

Stevenson Elementary families participated in literacy activities and crafts at a free evening event January 27.

Volunteers hosted stations based on a "Winter Birds" theme at this free event organized by Washington Reading Corps members Shawnna Vassallo and Monica Midland. Activities included opportunities for making pine cone bird feeders, reading with parents, identifying eggs, "hatching" eggs (popping balloons), reading bird facts, comparing birds to airplanes using a Venn Diagram, reading directions to fold paper airplanes, and using utensils to mimic bird beaks.

More than 150 people attended and every child left with a free book.
 

School Board Appreciation Month

Our board of directors contributes hundreds of volunteer hours each year making decisions to promote student achievement. School directors have a multitude of responsibilities, incl2010 School Boarduding goal setting, establishing standards for what students should learn, adopting policies and budgets, and working as a team with administrators, teachers, parents, students and the community to foster a safe and productive learning environment.

Cranium Insanium

 

 

Local students will compete in the Lego Robotics Championship Tournament in January. Team Cranium Insanium placed second at the FLL Tournament to qualify for the championship. The community-based team is coached by parent and volunteer Susan Winner.

Football Team Goes to State

The Stevenson High School Bulldogs Football team, co-champions of the Trico League playedSHS Football Team Meridian High School, Saturday, November 13, at 4:00 p.m. in Bellingham's Civic Stadium in the first round of the State Tournament. It was our first trip to the state football playoffs in school history. While we lost the game, thSHS Footballe Bulldogs played a strong game and gave the community much to be proud of. Congratulations to Coach McKee and his staff and team.

From the Superintendent

Dear Colleagues:Dr. Hundley

When you love what you do, when you love the people you get to do it with, when you love where you do it, there is never a good time to leave but there is a right time. I have worked hard over the past three years to prepare for the next transition. Much work remains to be done. The 2010-2011 school year will be a challenging one. The state budget will be difficult. We will have new administrators at two schools and both will need our support to get off to the best possible start. We must redouble our efforts at perfecting our leadership team. If we keep our eyes on the target, we will be well prepared for your next superintendent. I look forward to this year as the final opportunity to make a difference in the lives of students. You will see the best superintendent you have seen in some time. By the end of the year, you will see a superintendent who left it all on the field.

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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