The Chehalis School District Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the school board has voted to extend a contract offer to Dr. Christine N. Moloney as the District’s next Superintendent. “Dr. Moloney rose to the top of a thorough and thoughtful process,” said Colleen State, Board President. “We had a remarkably strong pool [...]
As part of a College and Military panel held in December, Chehalis Middle School students heard about college opportunities from W.F. West High School graduates currently enrolled in college, as well as members of the U.S. military, who shared information about their careers. Event participants, many of whom were home for Winter break from their [...]
Students in Melissa Gilbertsen’s art classes at Chehalis Middle School (a.k.a. Studio Gee) learn a lot about art and even more about responsibility and critical thinking. “I really want to teach them to think,” Gilbertsen says. “They’re going to be living independently before you know it and critical thinking skills are so important.” One of [...]
The Chehalis School District Board of Directors has been named Board of the Year by the Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA). The Board of the Year award is given to one Board of Distinction from each of three categories depending on district enrollment size (small, medium, large). Superintendent Ed Rothlin says the award is [...]
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.
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.
The Chehalis School Board has selected names for two new schools, which will open in the fall of 2018. The new primary school will be named after James Lintott, and will serve grades PK-2. The new intermediate school will be named after Orin Smith and serve students in grades 3-5. The campus, which will house [...]