Special Board meeting has been called for next Wednesday,
February 17th at 6:00 pm CHS Library, to hear public opinion
and determine the timing of any bond measure moving forward.
Thank you ReCyclery for Safe Routes to Schools Initiative
Olivia Ejde at the WSSDA Conference with
Student Directors from around the state
Pictured: Student Director, Olivia Ejde
Dear Chimacum Community:
Please click HERE to view the Proposed Bond Resolution.
school board has explored options for a February 9, 2016 facility bond
measure and based on your feedback has made a determination. Please
review the Board Approved Projects. Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions.
Port Ludlow Festival by the Bay honored Chimacum School
District with a financial donation to be applied towards Mathematic
Thank you Port Ludlow
Festival by the Bay!
Jessie Michaels accepts from Gene Carmody
Dear Chimacum Community:
I want to thank each and every one of you who participated
in the Thought Exchange Process this fall. We asked for your input about
where we should go with our facilities, and you delivered. I was pleased
to see strong participation from staff, parents, and community members.
In the link below you will see the combined results about what you liked and
didn’t like about two proposed scenarios which were designed to gather your
values and ideas. You will also see general comments about the Chimacum
School District. These results have also been shared with our local media
The school board will have two meetings to explore options
for a proposed bond measure, based on your feedback:
They are as follows:
- Wednesday, October 28, 2015 Chimacum High School Library at 6:00 pm
- Wednesday, November 4, 2015 Chimacum High
School Library at 6:00 pm
You may also send written comment to Jessie Michaels for
board review. Send your comments to Jessie_michaels@csd49.org.
FOCS - Friends of Chimacum Schools
Promoting education at all levels within the Chimacum Schools and providing additional educational resources for the benefit of Chimacum students.
CSD is seeking qualified applicants for:
complete the online application to apply. Visit Employment Opportunities for more information. If you have questions, please call (360)302.5891.
September 2015 Chimacum School District Facility Update From Rick Thompson, Superintendent.
Please view details HERE.
Chimacum Prevention Coalition is requesting your input for
our 2015 Community Survey. You can do this by using the link below. It
should only take 5 to 10 minutes.
Another option for completing the survey is to fill out the
hard copy in the attachment (Click Here) and mailing it to:
Jefferson County Public Health
615 Sheridan StreetPort Townsend, WA 98368
Thank you so much for your participation. Your input is
very valuable for the prevention work that the Chimacum Prevention Coalition
develops in our community.
Boeing Blue Bills providing
Chimacum Elementary Students
Chimacum School District Celebrates 100 Years!
Board Members: Maggie Ejde and Cammy Brown
MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
Welcome to the 2015-16 school year. Just a note to wish all students, staff, and parents a safe and productive school year. We hope you had a restful and rewarding summer. While our high school coaches and staff have been back at it for a few days, I realize that next week will be the start for most of you. So make it an excellent start and please join us for a 100 year celebration at 6:30 PM, Thursday September 3, 2015 in the high school gym. Looking forward to seeing everyone there.
School District has transitioned to new phone direct phone numbers. Moving forward please contact us at the following numbers:
Main District Phone Number: 360.302.5890
Primary School: 360.302.5820
Elementary School: 360.302.5855
Middle School: 360.302.5944
High School: 360.302.5900
Pi Program: 360.302.5077
Special Services: 360.302.5286
State Superintendent Randy Dorn discusses school funding with Chimacum Staff on August 26, 2015.
Student Directors, Olivia Ejde and Alice Yaley, Board Member, Maggie Ejde and Peninsula College President, Dr. Luke Robins, listen to Superintendent Dorn speak.
Chimacum School District Board Members
with Superintendent, Rick Thompson
Pictured left to right: Sarah Sawyer, Kevin Miller, Rick Thompson,
Maggie Ejde, Cammy Brown and Robert Bunker.
Superintendent Rick Thompson introduces Transition Plan
At the July 8 regular meeting of the Chimacum Board of
Directors incoming Superintendent Thompson shared his entry plan with the
school board and staff. The plan will take effect immediately and
outlines the list of activities for new leadership. A copy of the plan is posted here for public review. If you have any questions about the plan
or would like Mr. Thompson to address your group or club, please contact him at
Follow Rick Thompson on Twitter
breakfast & lunch prices for the 2015-16 school year
breakfast $1.50 & K-5 lunch $2.75
breakfast $1.75 & 6-12 lunch $3.00
For information on Free & Reduced meals:
UPDATED with Early Release Schedule.
Chimacum High School received the 2014
Washington Achievement Award!
Pictured left to right: Randy Dorn, Barb Fogerson, Quinn Dowling, Maggie Ejde,
Deidra Morris, Gary Coyan, Cammy Brown, Whitney Meissner & Isabel Munoz-Colin.
Picture taken in Washington State Governor Jay Inslee's
office during the 2015 Legislative Conference held in Olympia.
Pictured left to right, Student Represent Holly
Taylor, Governor Jay Inslee,
Student Represent Olivia Ejde and Board Member Maggie
County Developmental Disabilities Employers of the Year
Photo Caption: (left to right)-Carl Hanson-DD Board Co-Chair,
Lesly Sheinbaum-DD Board Co-Chair,
Bob Giesler-Safeway, Rich Stewart-Chimacum
School District, Kelly Anthony-Bayview Restaurant,
David Sullivan-County Commissioner,
and John Austin-County Commissioner
Port Townsend - The Developmental Disabilities (DD) Program at Jefferson
County Public Health, in partnership with the DD Advisory Board, Skookum, and
Concerned Citizens, is celebrating National Disability Employment Month by
honoring the following employers: Subway, Pizza Factory, Pane d'Amore, Enclume,
Port Townsend Business Guides, Pippa's, Glow, Goodwill, Homer Smith Insurance,
Uptown Nutrition, Safeway, Chimacum School District, and Bayview Restaurant.
These businesses are leading efforts to employ local people with
developmental disabilities, and leading by example when it comes to eliminating
barriers to work. By allowing local people with developmental disabilities to fully
participate in the community workforce, everyone wins. Members of the DD
Advisory Board and Jefferson County Commissioners presented three of the
honored businesses with certificates of appreciation.