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Free Anti-Bullying Workshop for Parents & Guardians Oct. 19 6-7 pm

posted Oct 13, 2017, 3:18 PM by Geoff Parks

Napavine High School will host an Anti-Bullying workshop for parents and guardians on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 6-7 p.m. in the high school library. Do you know the signs of bullying? Would you like to find out how to help your child or others in our community?

Please join us to learn more about bullying and cyberbullying and what you can do to stop it. The program is provided free of charge by Clear Risk Solutions. 

Napavine Online Team Store open until October 23rd.

posted Oct 13, 2017, 12:38 PM by Matthew Ross

The Napavine Team Store is now available online!


This online store hosted by Eastbay will be available through October 23rd, 2017. So make sure you have your orders in!


First Day of School September 6th, 2017

posted Aug 29, 2017, 10:33 AM by Geoff Parks

Welcome back to another incredible school year in the Napavine School District.  We are so excited to work with you and your students to make this year the best yet.  The first day of school is Wednesday, September 6th, except for Kindergarten which will begin on Friday September 8th.  Please update the office with any changes to student information, including:  contact information, changes to living situation and health updates.  Please take note that all 6th graders need to provide documentation of a tDap booster shot prior to the first day of school.

Thank you for all that you do for our community.  Welcome Back and Go Tigers!

Community Barbeque & Open House

posted Aug 29, 2017, 10:29 AM by Geoff Parks

On Wednesday August 30th from 5:00--6:00, Napavine School District will be having our welcome back to school community barbeque.  This year we will be offering places to get the barbeque at both the high school and elementary.  The barbeque dinner is available for $3.00.  Following the barbeque we will be having our open house for the district from 6:00--7:00.  This is a great time for you to come meet new and returning staff, connect with other families and celebrate the start of the year.  We look forward to seeing all of you there.

Surplus Notification for July 12th, 2017

posted Jul 6, 2017, 12:01 PM by Matthew Ross

Napavine School District announces the public sale of items that have recently been declared as Surplus property. A public preview will be at 3:33 p.m. on July 12th followed by an auction from 4:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sales tax is required on all purchases. Exact change is appreciated. The sale will take place in the Napavine School District Maintenance shop located at 451 E. Romwell St., next to the bus garage behind the football stadium. Items will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, please contact district office personnel at 360-262-3303.

New TigerTrek Newsletter for Summer 2017 Now Available!

posted Apr 3, 2017, 2:01 PM by Matthew Ross   [ updated Jun 30, 2017, 11:02 AM ]

You can click here to see all of our TigerTalk newsletters, Past and present.

The Spring newsletter is also available on the link below.

Napavine Welcomes Geoff Parks

posted Feb 23, 2017, 10:27 AM by Matthew Ross   [ updated Feb 23, 2017, 10:30 AM ]

The Napavine School Board has selected Geoff Parks to follow Superintendent Dr. Rick Jones, who is retiring after 40 years of service to students in Washington State.

Mr Parks brings six years of administrative experience at both middle school and high school. Previous to his administrative experience, Geoff was a Science, Math, and Technology teacher at the high school level.

In addition to his strong education background, Geoff Parks has a genuine enthusiasm for serving students, and a reputation for nurturing positive relationships. He will begin work on July 1, 2017.

 Welcome to Napavine Mr. Parks!

NOTIFICATION OF SNOW ROUTES or EMERGENCY CLOSURE (Updated)

posted Jan 9, 2017, 3:55 PM by Matthew Ross   [ updated Jan 11, 2017, 9:05 AM ]

Transporting your children to and from school in a safe manner is of utmost importance to all of us. When it is appropriate, our buses will be equipped with tire chains, but even when the buses are chained up there are some hills and unplowed turnarounds that we want to avoid. Because of this we are establishing snow routes as described below.

When snow routes are in force we encourage you to have your children walk to the nearest pickup point on the operating part of their bus route. If you feel that it is unsafe for you children to walk to the pick up point during the brief time that snow routes are in effect, they will be allowed an opportunity to complete any school work assigned during their absence.

Notice of school closures, in the implementation of snow routes, or any other changes in school bus transportation, will be broadcast by radio stations MIXX 96, KELA or KITI and KING TV before 7:00 am. Information will also be posted on www.flashalert.net, just link to the Seattle region, the Lewis County Schools. In addition, you should receive an e-mail and/or phone message from our school messenger system. Emergency school closures during the school day, if any, will be broadcast approximately one hour before an emergency school closure, if at all possible. You are asked to make arrangements for your child’s care in the event of early closure.

When snow routes are in effect, buses will not travel on the following roads:

Bus 1 
Coulson Road, north of Koontz Road (students pick-up/drop off at corner of Coulson Road and Koontz Road at Ernie Cook Logging yard)
Forrest-Napavine Road (No district transportation)

Bus 2 
Pleasant Valley Road North of Tennessee Road (student pick-up/drop off at Pleasant Valley Road and Tennessee Road)

Bus 6 
Sommerville Road (student pick-up/drop off at corner of Sommerville Road and Hwy 603)
Harmon Road (student pick-up/drop off at corner of Sommerville Road and Hwy 603) 
Rush Road (no district transportation)

Bus 7 
Woodard Road (student pick/up drop off at corner of Woodard Road and Washington Street)
Jackson Hwy south of South Prarie Road (student pick-up/drop off at corner of Jackson Hwy and South Prarie Road)

Bus 8 
Fircrest Road (student pick-up/drop off at corner of John road and Do-Over Lane, under power lines).
John Road north of Do-Over Lane (student pick-up/drop off at corner of John Road and Do-Over Lane-under power lines)

Bus 10
Conrad Road (student pick up/drop off at corner of Conrad road and Hwy 603)
Monroe Road (Student pick-up/drop off at Camden Way and Haywire Road)
Hawkins Road (student pick-up/drop off at corner of Hale Road and Hwy 603)
Pleasant Valley Road – North of Tennessee Road (student pick-up/drop off at corner of Pleasant Valley Road and Tennessee Road)
Holcomb Road (student pick-up/drop off at corner of Sommerville Road and Hwy 603)
Haywire Road south of Camden Way (student pick-up/drop off at corner of Camden Way and Haywire Road)

Drivers will attempt to adjust bus pick up times at key points to stay as close as possible to their regular time schedules.

At other times during the year it may be necessary to start school one or two hours late or to dismiss school early due to weather or emergencies. When this happens the school will make every attempt to notify the radio stations by 7:00 am in the case of late starting times and at least one hour previous to dismissal during the day.

Questions about times should be directed to the Transportation Supervisor at 262-3630.

Dr. Rick Jones

Superintendent

Updated: 1/11/2017

New TigerTalk Newsletter for Winter 2017 Now Available!

posted Jan 9, 2017, 3:28 PM by Matthew Ross

You can Click Here to go directly to our newsletter page.

Annual Notification of Referral for the Highly Capable Program

posted Nov 2, 2016, 9:14 AM by Matthew Ross   [ updated Nov 2, 2016, 9:14 AM ]

Referrals for testing for participation in NAPAVINE’s Highly Capable Services for the 2016-17 school year are currently being accepted. Anyone may refer a student including parents, teachers, other students, and members of the community.

NAPAVINE’s Highly Capable Program is designed to address the needs of highly capable students in grades K-8. Your school has information explaining the program options, curriculum, identification process, and the schedule for testing.  Referral forms are available by contacting the school district’s office @ 360-262-3303.

Students in Grades K-12 will be screened by November 30th, 2016 for possible placement in the 2016-17 ACADEMIC SCHOOL YEAR.

Referrals must be returned to the district office by November 14th, 2016.

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