Columbia School District #206

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  • 2020-2021 CHILDFIND

    Transitional Kindergarten

    Kindergarten Enrollment

    Please follow this LINK for information about CHILDFIND, T-K, and K enrollment

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    Graduation 2020

    Edited Graduation Ceremony links below.

    Graduation ceremony in HD can be watched and download here.

    Graduation ceremony in SD can be watched and downloaed here.

    Watch or download the Senior video only here.

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     Remain Healthy~Stay Safe~Be Creative~Spread Hope  

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    Please take the test to help get better broadband in Stevens County

    You’ve all been living, working and learning at home. And we all want faster internet. But in many parts of Stevens County, internet access is an issue, and it's more evident now during this pandemic.

    The Stevens County / Spokane Tribe Broadband Action Team (BAT) in partnership with the Washington State Broadband Office, is launching a county-wide crowdsourcing broadband speed test.

    It takes about a minute to do. You can do it more than once, and it averages your speed.

    Take the test and share the link! https://expressoptimizer.net/public/

    There is no deadline to do the test. But the sooner it's done, the more data we can start collecting. Debra Hansen, executive director of BAT, said, “This will be an important component in any grant application, and immensely helpful for planning (and getting) broadband.” 

    Don’t have internet? Email Debra at debra.hansen@wsu.edu or telephone her at Cell: (509) 680-7608 and she will get you on the map.

    We’ve done this before, but this time it’s better.

    This test is different from others we’ve asked you to do: the technology has improved, GEO partners has the ability to analyze and plan future projects, and we have a new Washington State Broadband Office that is here to support capturing funding being allocated from the COVID-19 CARES Act and other legislation/sources.

    You have the option to fill in your real address or keep it private, but the more accurate the data is the more likely we can get something done for everyone. They discard the addressing data as soon as it hits the map and don’t collect any personal information.

    And please share with friends and neighbors.

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    Debra Hansen

    WSU Professor and
    WSU Stevens County Extension Director

    Cell: (509) 680-7608

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    ZOOM School Assembly #7

    All students are invited to a ZOOM School Assembly to provide information about the remainder of the school year. The ZOOM School Assembly will be on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 11:00 A.M. This LINK provides video/audio access or you may use you phone to call in at 1-253-215-8782 (Meeting ID: 842 7498 4471 and Password: 725709. 

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    2019-2020 School Year

    Students will not return to the halls of Columbia Schools this school year, however, that does not mean learning will cease. There are many unanswered questions at this time. We must all think about learning in a different way. We must focus on project-based learning, where a student learns in many content modes (ELA, math, science, history, shop, P.E., etc.) as she or he completes a project. The richness of face-to-face learning cannot be replicated online; however, we can still have rich and creative learning. In twenty years the world will remember this time by how we react to this emergency and how we expand our connections to one another. This emergency when handled with care - saves lives. Everything else can be fixed or re-scheduled.

    Be safe, Think creatively, Spread hope, Remain Healthy.

    ~Dr. Bill Wadlington~

    COVID-19 (coronavirus) Information

    LETTER TO PARENTS & GUARDIANS 3.3.2020

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    ROOF Project Pictures

     Click this LINK to view Phase I

    Click this LINK to view Phase II

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    Health Advisory - Norovirus Illnesses in Local Communities Follow this LINK. 

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    Other Items of Interest

     
     
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    Paper Document Request

    You have the right to have a paper copy made of any district electronic document from the web page or any other district source. Contact the District office in person, via telephone (509.722.3311), or by email (jclintworth@columbia206.net) to make a request.

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    NONDISCRIMINATION Information for Columbia School District No. 206

    Columbia School District 206 does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Dr. William J. Wadlington, Superintendent/Principal at P.O. Box 7, 4961 B Hunters Shop Road, Hunters, WA  99137. Telephone: 509-722-3311. Email: wwadlington@columbia206.net.  

    Select the link below to access the discrimination complaint process
     
    Title IX Coordinator
    Dr. William J. Wadlington
    Superintendent/Principal
    PO Box 7
    4961 B Hunters Shop Road
    Hunters, WA   99137
    509.722.3311
     
    Policy 3210        Procedure 3210P   
     
    Click here for complaint form.
     
    Section 504/ADA Coordinator
    Dr. William J. Wadlington
    Superintendent/Principal
    PO Box 7
    4961 B Hunters Shop Road
    Hunters, WA   99137
    509.722.3311
     
    Policy 3210        Procedure 3210P   
     
    Policy 3207        Procedure 3207P  
     
    Click here for complaint form.
     
    Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator
    Dr. William J. Wadlington
    Superintendent/Principal
    PO Box 7
    4961 B Hunters Shop Road
    Hunters, WA   99137
    509.722.3311
     
    Policy 3205        Procedure  3205P 
     
    Policy 3210        Procedure 3210P   
     
    Policy 3207        Procedure 3207P  

    Click here for complaint form.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Announcements

  • K-12 School Nurse Opening (Part-time)

    Columbia School District No. 206 wishes to announce an opening for a Part-time K-12 School  position for school year 2020-2021. Columbia Schools mission is to “Educate and prepare all students for lifelong success.”

    Please navigate to the Employment Tab on the Columbia Schools Webpage. LINK 

    K-12 Music Teacher Opening

    Columbia School District No. 206 wishes to announce an opening for a K-12 Music Teacher position for school year 2020-2021. Columbia Schools mission is to “Educate and prepare all students for lifelong success.”

    Please navigate to the Employment Tab on the Columbia Schools Webpage. LINK 

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  • 2020-2021 School Calendar Development & Survey

    We are in the process of getting input for the 2020-2021 Columbia Schools Calendar. Please navigate to the survey and provide input or contact the district office at 509-722.3311. The 2020-2021 School Calendar Drafts can be found at this LINK.

     

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  • EYC Applications from NPS available, please click on the following link to access the application or go to nps.gov/subjects/youthprograms/ycc.html YCC APPLICATION

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  • Changes to State Immunization Rules for Schools and Child Cares Effective August 1, 2020

    The State Board of Health (SBOH) has approved changes to Chapter 246-105 of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) concerning school and child care immunization policy.  These rules apply to all public and private school and licensed child care centers in Washington State

     

    The update to Chapter 246-105 WAC has three major focuses:

    • It now requires medically verified immunization records for school and child care entry.
    • It clarifies conditional status in regards to school and child care immunization requirements and implementation.
    • It changes the Tdap immunization requirement to 7th through 12th grades.

    There are other small changes to the rule. Read the full rule

    Please visit this website for more information:  https://www.doh.wa.gov/YouandYourFamily/Immunization/SchoolandChildCare/RuleChanges

     

    Congratulations to Mr. Greg Price, Columbia's new Superintendent

    Did you know. . . You can sync the our school calendar to your iphone or android device, click on this link & follow the directions....It's good to know! Sync school calendar to device           

    Read 2 Ride Parent Information & Student Readling Log.  K-6 Students, please return completed/signed log to your teacher no later than April 30 2020.  Clink this link for forms  Read to Ride Info & Log Sheet

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  • Coronavirus Resources (updated 2.6.20)

    If you, your staff or parents have questions/concerns regarding this new coronavirus (called 2019-nCoV), Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD) is directing inquiries as follows:

    LINK for 2019 Novel Coronavirus and Schools - Information for School Nurses and Administrators

     

     

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  • Donation Needed

    Columbia Schools is in need of several items to prepare and maintain the fields for spring athletics and general upkeep. Out shop program is working to complete a drag for preparing the baseball and softball fields; however, we need two items donated to improve the maintenance/facility department in their capacity to provide the best playing surfaces for our kids.

    The two items requested are:

    • A used, running garden style tractor to use as a tug for dragging the field. The mower deck is not important as we will be pulling a drag. We need the garden style tractor because the zero turn mower is not appropriate for dragging an implement and the John Deere is just too big to do a good job. 
    • A section 4-6' wide by 4-6' long of spike tooth harrow with frame. We would use this to make a drag used in the spring to initially scour the hard pack field material. Our hope is to use this either behind the John Deere or the tug. 

    If you wish to donate either item, please contact Roy Lamm or Bill Wadlington at 722.3311

    Thank you for supporting our kids and your school.

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  • 2019-2020 School Calendar

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  • Measles Guidance follow this LINK

    Required Student Immunizations for 2019-2020 school year, click here Required Immunizations

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  • URGENT

    Need for School Bus Drivers

    Columbia School District has an urgent need for school bus drivers. Columbia Schools will provide the training and reimburse the cost of the examination after the successful candidate drives for the district.

    If interested, contact the district office and speak to Superintendent, Dr. Bill Wadlington or Transportation Director, Adriane Piper at 509.722.3311 or contact Dr. Wadlington via email at wwadlington@columbia206.net

     

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  • Columbia School District Strategic Planning Process

    (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

    This page will provide information concerning the Strategic Planning process. This process is citizen-driven and is intended to provide a process for continuous improvement.

    To begin the process, please begin the process by accessing the following survey. It should take no longer than 10-minutes. If you are interested in serving in a work group, please complete the final comment section of the survey. Access the survey at the following LINK.

    Thanks, Dr. William J. Wadlington

     

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