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ASB Awarded 2017 Community Traffic Safety Award

posted Apr 30, 2018, 7:56 AM by Geoff Parks

The Napavine High School ASB was awarded the 2017 Community Traffic Safety Award from Target Zero and the Lewis County DUI Traffic Safety Task Force for their commitment to reducing texting and driving.  A big congratulations to Mrs. Rains for spearheading this as well as all of the students who helped make this a reality.  Great Job Napavine.

Spring 2018 Tiger Trek Newsletter now available!

posted Apr 16, 2018, 11:15 AM by Matthew Ross

You can find all our newsletters, past and present, by going to the newsletter page here.

Or, you can download the current newsletter here or on the link below.

Girls Place 5th in State

posted Mar 5, 2018, 8:56 AM by Geoff Parks

The Napavine Girls' Basketball team is bringing home 5th place hardware from the state basketball tournament in Spokane.  The girls' had a great run and played tough each game.  Along with bringing home some hardware, we had some individual accomplishments too.  Melissa Lee broke the tournament scoring record with 73 points in three games as well as having the most field goals in the 3 game tournament.  Great job girls and great season!

State Wrestlers

posted Feb 12, 2018, 8:52 AM by Geoff Parks

Congratulations are in order for some wrestling student athletes that qualified for the state competition in the Tacoma Dome starting on Friday February 16th.  In order to qualify for the state competition, athletes must place in the top 5 at regionals.  The following athletes qualified:  Aydan Costin 3rd place at regionals,   Chase McCarter 3rd place at regionals,  Brad Yarbrough 4th place at regionals, and Joey Krause 5th place at regionals.  Kaitlyn Bornstein will also be traveling to the state wrestling tournament as an alternate.  Opening this post will allow you to view podium pictures.

All League Recognition for our Basketball Players & Coach

posted Feb 8, 2018, 11:53 AM by Geoff Parks   [ updated Feb 12, 2018, 8:44 AM ]

Congratulations to our girls and boys basketball teams as they finished up their successful regular season.  We are looking forward to more success in the playoffs the next few weeks.  Some of our student athletes and coaches got recognized by the Central 2B League for their success.  Please congratulate the following athletes and coach. Girls Basketball: Mollie Olson and Melissa Lee Co-MVP Central 2B League, Becca Snaza 2nd Team Central 2B League, Sydney Purvis Honorable Mention Central 2B League, and Jeremy Landrum Coach of the Year Central 2B League. Boys Basketball:  Jordan Purvis 1st Team Central 2B League, Peyton Stanley 2nd Team Central 2B League, and Dawson Stanley 3rd Team Central 2B League.

Incident at Napavine 1/31/18

posted Feb 1, 2018, 11:40 AM by Geoff Parks   [ updated Feb 1, 2018, 11:41 AM ]

Please open this announcement and read the attached PDF letter that was sent to parents and staff regarding an incident at the Napavine Junior/Senior High School on 1/31/18.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact the district office at 360-262-3303.

Winter 2018 TigerTrek Newsletter Now Available

posted Jan 17, 2018, 8:29 AM by Matthew Ross

You can find all our newsletters, past and present, by going to the newsletter page here.

Or, you can download the current newsletter here or on the link below.

Pledge for Your Future

posted Jan 9, 2018, 9:09 AM by Geoff Parks

The Napavine High School participated in Tyler Lockett's "Pledge for Your Future".  Where students went to www.lockettpledge.com, chose their school and stated why it is important to them to graduate from high school.  We are proud to announce that 91.86% of our students completed the pledge making Napavine High School a Runner Up School in the state of Washington.  This means that Napavine High School ASB won $1,000 and the students will discuss and vote on how they want to spend the money.  Thank you for Karen Rains for helping to organize and facilitate this.  Congratulations Napavine High School Students!

Photography Students

posted Jan 8, 2018, 8:04 AM by Geoff Parks

On Saturday January 6th, Mrs. Jeske took Courtney Teitzel and McKenzie Armstrong too a regional photography competition.  Schools that were at the competition included Centralia HS, Woodland HS, Mark Morris HS and Napavine HS.  Students went through a series of technical tasks and assignments which included a digital trouble shooting task, onsite field assignment, portrait studio session and creation task in Photoshop as well as a written test.  Students had to provide two of their photos mounted on foam board for composition judging as well.

This was the first time Courtney and McKenzie competed in a photography contest.  Courtney took 2nd place and is automatically advancing to the state competition!  McKenzie finished 6th and has a chance to qualify for state depending on her overall score compared to those in other regions.  McKenzie actually scored the highest in the field assignment.

Great job to Courtney and Mckenzie, as well as Mrs. Jeske!


January is School Board Recognition Month!

posted Jan 4, 2018, 2:52 PM by Geoff Parks   [ updated Jan 8, 2018, 8:05 AM ]

THANK YOU to our amazing school board!  Their passion, commitment & dedication are so appreciated.  It's not easy being a school board member, it takes a lot of heart and thoughtful decision making.  Please take the time to thank and celebrate John Hylton, Tony Kinswa, Sonny Butler, Justin Evander and Brad Woodrum during the month of January ~ School Board Recognition Month.

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