Encore Theater Production Presents:

 

Gossip....

The Stevenson High School Encore Players will present their spring performance, Gossip.  For three nights, March 25-27th, at 7:00 in the Gym families can be entertained by this latest theatrical presentation.  For more information, please call Mrs. Clark Bennett at 509.427.5631.

2015 Youth & Government

 

SHS Youth & Government Mock Legislature District Meet

          

On Saturday, March 14th, Stevenson High School students part of the Youth and Government Delegation went to Hoquiam to participate in the annual district meet in preparation for the State Mock Legislature in May.  Our very own, Marina Levy will be Speaker of the House this year in Olympia.

The Cat in the Hat!

 

SHS & WRMS Read to Our Little Bullpups!

                        

On Friday, March 6th, Students from Wind River Middle School and Stevenson High School were able to participate in the annual Spring Reader Buddy day at Stevenson Elementary School.  Elementary students picked out some of their favorite books.  Some they read to their Big, others were read to them.  The Cat in the Hat dropped in for a visit and ensured everyone had a purrrrfect time!

Stand Up For Teens

 

Community Partners Host Health & Wellness Day for Teens

          

On Friday, February 27th, Students from Wind River Middle School and Stevenson High School, along with other students from schools in our county, gathered at the Wind River Education Center for an engaging day of speakers and activities.  This day was made possible by a grant obtained by the One Prevention Alliance.  Community groups presented on different topic areas to promote health, wellness, and positive decision making by teens.

February Student of the Month

 

Student of the Month - Friendly!

Students honor during February's Carol Collins Student of the Month Assembly exhibit the trait of Friendliness.  These students go above and beyond every day to make the school a better place!

 

Knowledge Bowl Advances to State

 

 

For the second year in a row, the Stevenson High School Knowledge Bowl team has won the SW Washington Regional tournament. At the end of the regular season, SHS was the top seed of the 10 1-A schools in the SW division, and they lived up to all expectations. Not only did the Bulldogs accumulate the highest point total in the qualifying rounds, but they dominated in the championship round beating out White Salmon and La Center by a score of 21 - 10 - 8.
Congratulations K-Bowl Dogs! Good luck at State!

Pictured:
Front: (Varsity Team#1) Mark Striby, Kourtney Davis, Marina Levy, Jace Hogg, Audriane Shipman-Kardinal, Kelly Langeslay
Back: Less Yoder, Kelly McSherry, Leilani Miller, Alexa Wilde-Garcia, Paul Striby, Jesse Aguiara
 

Giving Back

WRMS and SHS Give to the Community Holiday Basket Program

 

This year students at WRMS and SHS gathered more than 1200 items of non-perishable food to donate to our local food bank for the holiday season.  This food became part of the contribution to the Community Holiday Basket program.  This year more than 300 holiday baskets will go out to local families in need.  Along with community partners, students helped assemble these baskets on Tuesday, December 16.  They will be delivered to homes on Friday, the 19th.  

               

Home Coming - 2014

Bulldog Pride Evident During "Around the World" Home Coming Activities

                   

                  

Students of the Month - Helpful

Each month, staff select students for the Carol Collins Student of the Month Award. This month’s awardees exhibit the quality of Helpfulness in significant ways.

This is a very special award in honor of a very special person. Mrs. Collins taught science at Stevenson High School for many years. You never knew when something exciting would happen in her class. Mrs. Collins was frequently lighting things on fire or doing some kind of experiment that seemed almost like magic. Mrs. Collins was a deeply caring teacher. She made sure students who were in her class, or even those out of her class, knew someone cared for them. A few years ago Mrs. Collins was diagnosed with cancer, yet she continued to volunteer many, many hours helping students in both the high school and middle school. You never knew that her cancer was getting worse because she was always kind, cheerful, and helpful. Last year she helped our school start a student recognition program before she passed away. We honor her memory every month by awarding students who make signification contributions to our school.

This month’s students are honored for Helpfulness. They cheerfully lend a hand to the school, community, staff, and their peers. The staff appreciates how these students go above and beyond and recognize them for their efforts. This month’s awardees are:

From Wind River Middle School-
Kim Chesnut, Margaret Fritz, Isaiah Hughes, Monika Kaueshige, Brittney Lemons, Cody Livingston, Chaz Martinez, Jared Shafer, and Manning Smith

From Stevenson High School-
Issac Adams, Felicia Becerra, Bret Brenan, Brianna Campbell, Nathan Edlund, Nettie Escene, Maclain Hall, Jace Hogg, Troy Hopkins, Megan King, Madison Krog, Marlena Ledbeter, Chengze Ma, Yarlin Magana, Brittany Martin, Leilani Miller, Leah Mobley, Arianna Morris, Jacee Richards, Aolani Snow-Harkey, Justus Stover, Casey Wendell, Sage Wilde-Garcia, and Zoey Zapfe
 

Big Binders- Making the Grade!

This year, Stevenson Secondary Schools have adopted Big Binders building-wide to help students become better organized and stay on top of their grades.

School supplies this year were more streamlined to match our new Big Binder initiative.  Each student carries the Big Binder to each class, ensuring that they are ready with all their necessary supplies- planner, paper, pens & pencils, and a pouch full of handy materials.  This practice started last year with our students in AVID and Gateways.  Teachers commented on how prepared and organized those students became after they started using their Big Binder.  They also saw their grades go up!

                    

As a parent, the Big Binder is a great resource for you, as well.  Ask to take a look at it on a regular basis and have your student share what is going on in class.  Also, take a look at the weekly planner and talk about assignments and upcoming projects.

                             

Each week students participate in a Weekly Big Binder Check in ADVO in order to reinforce keeping the binder well organized and prepared with all the supplies needed to be successful in class.  The Weekly Big Binder Check assesses students on the use of their planner, having all needed supplies, and organization of their materials.

                    

If you have questions about the Big Binder Initiative feel free to call your student's ADVO teacher.  For a list of Big Binder supplies, continue reading.

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Mission

The mission of Stevenson High School is:

  • To expect, encourage, and empower students and staff to achieve personal and educational excellence.

  • To foster responsible contributing citizens.

  • To provide a safe and healthy environment where learning and individuals are respected and valued.