In 1995, Olympic Elementary students buried a time capsule filled with items from that year. As students and staff prepared to transition to the new Orin C. Smith Elementary, the time capsule was unearthed and reopened.
The new James W. Lintott Elementary School serving grades pre-K through two is moving forward on schedule. This school is scheduled to be completed by the end of the 2017-18 school year.
If you enter the Olympic Elementary library, you might not be expecting the highly creative, constructive and not-so-quiet environment you’ll find when the normally hushed space is transformed into a haven for energetic learning. That’s because of the Makerspace movement, which is being incorporated into schools around our state that allows students to turn knowledge [...]
The Chehalis Foundation asked a few W.F. West seniors and science teachers to share their thoughts and experiences having worked with the STEM programs and equipment made available by the Chehalis Foundation. In their words, you will hear the impact that the Beyond K-12 Student Achievement Initiative has made.
Mr. Ellingson, Principal, and student council members preparing for Olympic’s Veterans Day Assembly.
"It was inspired thinking that created the Chehalis Foundation. It’s brought leaders from all different parts of the community together, and they have been planning and setting priorities and accomplishing a great deal. It gives me the confidence that I can invest in this community and that there will be concrete results." —Orin Smith Former [...]
To kick off the school year the Chehalis PTA put on their annual Touch A Truck event on Friday, Sept 11th at Olympic Elementary from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. Students got a hands on experience with equipment from local businesses including Washington Tractor, Lemay's, Lewis County PUD and more. Vehicles from the Veterans Museum and Local Police and Fire [...]
W.F. West students hauling in box after box of donated school supplies and other items for our homeless and in-need students and students filling donated backpacks with the donated items. A huge THANK YOU to Sue and Mike Austin for heading up this wonderful activity. (Mrs. Austin is a retired librarian from Chehalis Middle School.) [...]
This past May, a luncheon was held at Cascade Elementary School to say thank you to our volunteers. The Chehalis School District has over 1,300 volunteers who have served almost 3,000 hours in our three elementary schools. THANK YOU!
Students at Olympic use lunchtime to practice their social skills lessons.