Nearly three years have passed since schools across the country sent students and staff home and closed their doors. The pandemic caused a major disruption in the educational system, and thankfully, classrooms are looking more “normal” than they have in years. But a closer look at the entire system reveals a lingering disruption. The Chehalis [...]
If called upon to create a graph of a linear function such as y=2x, how many adults would successfully recall instruction in their high school mathematics class? Investigating long-term memory of knowledge learned in school is challenging and fascinating. Some researchers have determined that remembering math concepts you learn in high school strongly depends on [...]
What’s working well in the Chehalis School District and what can we improve? These questions were asked of parents in the fall. In fact, anyone could respond to these questions. They were posed in an online conversation using the engagement tool called Thoughtexchange. Nearly eleven thousand ratings were made of the 212 comments shared by [...]
Today ninth-grade students rotated between three areas of activities where they had an opportunity to self-reflect, learn to avoid unhealthy choices, and grow as student learners. Teachers lead Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) workshop-style small groups focusing on [...]
Congratulations Class of 2022! [...]
Congratulations to the class of 2022! Celebrate with them by watching the live stream on June 11, 2022, starting at 6:00 pm. Click here to watch the Livestream when the event begins.
On June 9, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. celebrate with our seniors who are receiving scholarships and awards by watching the Livestream. Click Here to watch when the event starts! Click Here to download the Program.
A Message from the Superintendent: K-12 District-wide Mathematics Improvement Our staff continues to rise to the challenges we are all facing with an attitude of resilience, creativity, and determination. Although this is not a normal year, we press on to identify areas of focus that we can work on to ensure we remain leaders [...]
State-Wide Survey DEADLINE: Feb. 2The English language survey form we shared with you earlier stopped accepting submissions Friday afternoon because it reached its maximum capacity. In response, the Board of Health has added a link at the top of the original survey form, which directs people to a new form.Here is a direct link to [...]
Josh Petersen M.Ed, LAT, ATC Head Athletic Trainer & CTE Instructor Chehalis School District Back in College, Josh Petersen broke his pinky finger playing football. To his dismay, an x-ray revealed that he had a transverse fracture. This break resulted in a cast that went all the way up to his forearm. He soon learned [...]