News & Announcements

Jason Perrins Named New CSD Superintendent

The Chewelah School District Board of Directors is happy to announce that Jason Perrins has accepted the Chewelah Superintendent position.  The Board and Mr. Perrins are working to finalize a contract and Mr. Perrins will begin his tenure as Superintendent on July 1st.

Parents/Students: Please Complete the CEE Survey! Extended through May 7!

In order for us to continue to improve as a school district and as a school, it is important for us to know how our parents/guardians and students regard the job we are doing in providing a quality education for all of our children. Your feedback is crucial for us to know what you consider our strengths and our opportunities for growth. To gather this information we are asking that your take a few minutes to complete this very important survey. The survey will only take about 10 minutes to complete. It is now available through May 7th.

Students: Virtual College Planning Day is April 22

Registration is now open for our Virtual College Planning Day! We invite high school juniors and undecided seniors to virtually connect with colleges and universities from around Washington state.

Registration information available by clicking the link!

Conference Day is Thursday, April 15

Jenkins Jr/Sr High School Spring conferences will be held on Thursday, April 15 from 12:30 to 6:00 PM. If you would like to schedule a conference, please access the conference scheduler through Skyward Family Access.

April is Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month.

We know that there is not one autism, but many subtypes, with most influenced by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Because autism is a spectrum disorder, each person with autism has a distinct set of strengths and challenges. The ways in which people with autism learn, think, and problem-solve can range from highly skilled to severely challenged. Some people with ASD may require significant support in their daily lives, while others may need less support and, in some cases, live entirely independently.

Each child with autism is wonderfully different. The are like puzzle pieces. It takes all of us to figure out how they are put together.

COVID-19 testing with Re-Opening

In collaboration with the Washington State Department of Health, our school district is participating in a state-funded effort to provide voluntary COVID-19 testing that will be incorporated into our existing district reopening plans to further help contain the virus, protect our communities, and keep students and teachers safe and healthy whether they are remote or in-person.
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