Current School Year Announcements

  • April Schedule Changes (to the end of the year).

    Beginning Mon., April 19th - students will attend in-person learning 4 half days/week on Mon, Tues, Thurs, & Fri.

    PD & ALP
    Beginning Mon., April 26th - students will attend in-person learning 5 half days/week Mon-Fri.

    Beginning Mon., April 26th - students will attend in-person learning 5 full days/week.

    CHS will continue the AM/PM model that they have had in place.

    Schools will send out specific information to keep families updated.

    Please continue to be safe and careful by avoiding large groups, wearing masks, frequent hand washing and disinfecting, staying home if you are ill, and limiting unnecessary trips out. 

    Parents who do not wish their student to come onsite to school no matter the schedule MUST communicate this with their child's school.  

    Staying home when sick, masking up, washing hands, limiting social gatherings and practicing social distancing will help us keep our community safer!

    Vaccinations are available for persons 16 and older (Pfizer only) and for 18 and older (Moderna).  You can make appointments for vaccinations online throught the Chelan Douglas Health District website.  Cascade Medical Center is also offering vaccinations for those 18 and older -

    If your child needs technology support, they can contact from their school email or a school device. If you are a parent of a student in grades 3-12, and you are getting too many Canvas notifications, you can click a link at a bottom of a message called Update your Notification Settings. That will help you manage how many notifications you are getting.

    Mental Health Support
    We know that this time is difficult for many people. Our school counselors are working remotely and are available. Students or parents (on behalf of the student) can email the individual counselor directly to set up contact. In addition, teens who need support can call or text 1-866-TEENLINK (1-866-833-6546). Other resources include the National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-8255); Mental Health Crisis Line (509)662-7105 or (800)852-2923; and the Crisis Text Line, text HOME to 741741. Aisha Houghton, Clinical Social Worker from Cascade Medical Center, is available at (509)881-9463.  There is also a nonprofit supporting mental health called Upper Valley Cares at (509) 300-1113.