Chimacum High School

*Every Student Learning Every Day*
2013 Washington Achievement Award Winner  

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  • Assessment Information

    There will be a family information night on the new assessments Monday, April 13, 6:30-8:00pm in the CHS library. 
    Family resources from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and Ready Washington are available.
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  • Measles Information

    For measles information from Jefferson County Public Health,  click here.
    Jefferson County Public Health would like to remind parents that in the event a confirmed case of measles is linked to a school, all un-vaccinated children in that school will be excluded for 21 days.  If you wish to have your child immunized, please contact your family physician/pediatrician’s office to set up an appointment to receive the vaccine.
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  • School Based Health Center 

    CHS School Based Health Center days have changed. New days/hours are:
    Wednesday and Friday, 9am-3pm
    Mental Health:
    Tuesday and Thursday, 8am-3pm
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  • E-Cigarette Information

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  • Ebola Fact Sheet

    The Washington State Department of Health has provided a fact sheet regarding Ebola. You may download it in English or Spanish.
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  • Chimacum High School Wins State’s Highest Honor

    Washington Achievement Award combines state’s Accountability Index and federal accountability criteria

    Chimacum High School is one of the schools receiving this award for our students’ improvement on math and reading tests over the past 3 years.

    OLYMPIA— A total of 413 schools are 2013 Washington Achievement Award winners. Winners were notified Monday via email from State Superintendent Randy Dorn and State Board of Education Chair Dr. Kristina Mayer.


    The Washington Achievement Award is sponsored by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the State Board of Education. Award winners are selected using the state’s Accountability Index and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Waiver.


    “It is important that we use the revised Achievement Index to not only provide feedback to schools and districts on their progress, but also to identify schools with exemplary student performance,” said Mayer. “These awards shine the light on what is working well in schools across Washington.”


    Schools are recognized as top performers in one of six categories:


    • Overall Excellence
    • High Progress
    • Reading Growth
    • Math Growth
    • Extended Graduation Rate (awarded to high schools and comprehensive schools only)
    • English Language Acquisition


    Dorn supports this collaboration. “So many schools in our state are doing good work to make a difference for kids,” he said. “These awards represent some of the best. It’s an honor to recognize them and celebrate their success.”


    The award-winning schools will be honored at a ceremony on April 24 at Timberline High School in Lacey.

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  • Marijuana Use Prevention

    As you are aware, marijuana was legalized in our state this past year, and licensed stores will begin selling marijuana in the Spring. However, marijuana use is still illegal for anyone under the age of 21. Research shows that parents are the primary influence on their child’s behavior, making parents essential to prevention. Here are some helpful prevention guides.

    Marijuana - What Parents Need to Know (pdf)

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  • Interested in getting secure text message updates about CHS? This is a secure system through that keeps your number and my number secret.

    Send a text to 206-557-6568; in the message section post @chima ; when you get a message, reply with your first and last name only  CHS Remind 101 Instructions
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