Please click the following link to view the results of the superintendent survey, which will help the Chewelah School District Board of Directors in its search for the next Superintendent of Chewelah Schools.
News & Announcements
The Jenkins administration are starting to make plans for graduation and need inputs of seniors and their parents. Please click the following link to access the short survey. Questions? Call the Jenkins office!
Please click the following link to reach the raw data and results from the recent survey conducted by the Chewelah School Board of Directors to help its work to identify its vision and goals for district improvement.
This is a COVID Dashboard from the Educational Service District showing numbers of cases in area school districts.
Seniors: Please remember filling out your FAFSA is an important part of completing your High School and Beyond Plan. Completing your FAFSA is encouraged. If you are not completing your FAFSA then you must complete a waiver and have it on file with the counseling office.
We are working on a plan to offer in-person learning 4 days a week 4th quarter to 7th and 8th grade students and need your input.
The Chewelah School District Board of Directors is conducting a search for a new superintendent. The Board values community perspective and is asking for input from all stakeholders: the community, faculty and staff, parents, and students regarding what qualifications are desired in the ideal superintendent candidate. Please take a moment and answer the following questions thoughtfully, using the link below.
A town hall meeting hosted by the Chewelah School Board of Directors will be held for the Chewelah community and parents on Monday, March 15 at 6:30pm via Zoom to gather ideas and feedback for the search and hiring of the next superintendent of Chewelah Schools. Please click the link to access the Zoom link.
A class schedule change was made to address the needs of our students and to provide a flexible "homeroom" period for our students to engage Canvas, find help for academic issues, and to address missing assignments and important class work. Please click for the new class schedule.
This school year, parents can get money for meals missed by their student at school when schools closed or reduced hours due to the pandemic. Verification lasts through March 5.