It is an honor to announce that Fort Stevens Elementary has been named a Washington School of Distinction for 2014! The School of Distinction awards recognize the top 5% of highest improving schools in Washington for their exemplary growth in reading and math over a five-year period. This is the second year in a row Fort Stevens has earned this award. Congratulations to Principal Scot Embrey and the entire Fort Stevens staff for their unparalleled commitment to student learning!
A message from Superintendent Andy Wolf ... We are all deeply saddened by the tragic news of another school shooting within our state. Please join me in sending our thoughts, condolences and support to those impacted by this senseless tragedy. As adults we strive to make meaning out of loss and manage the emotions of our youth. You may find the attached document helpful as a starting point in supporting and talking with your children and students. (Click the headline for link)
On Saturday, October 18, SkillsUSA automotive students from Yelm High School spent the day at the Yelm NAPA Auto Parts parking lot performing safety checks as a service for the community. They also checked vehicles at Rosemont Retirement Home. Teacher Ralph Shultz guided students through standard safety checks. They tested ... Read more and see photos by clicking the headline
Congratulations to Yelm High School for yet again earning accredited status. During its September 25 business meeting, the school board heard from YHS Principal Brian Wharton and Educational Service District 113 (ESD) Assistant Superintendent Dr. Andrew Eyers about the year-long, rigorous process to earn the six-year accreditation.
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