CHIMACUM SUPERINTENDENT RICK THOMPSON READY TO BEGIN JULY 1
Rick Thompson will begin work this summer in the Chimacum
School District, succeeding Rich Stewart, who has served as interim
superintendent for the last two school years. Mr. Thompson is excited to
begin work and is expected to meet with many parents and community members this
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:
Jefferson County Library Summer
Don’t forget to check out the Jefferson County Library Summer
Reading Program! Starting on June 15th, student’s will receive one
FREE book, one game board and one die just for signing up!
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.
CSD is seeking qualified applicants for:
Please complete the classified application and submit it to Jessie Michaels in Human Resources. If you have questions, please call (360)732.4090 ext 223.