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 [...]
Distance learning for all starting September 1 A Message from Dr. Christine Moloney Dear Chehalis Community, On Friday you received our regular Moving Forward Together email that included an update on reopening and information on school supplies. However, we have just learned that the Lewis County Health Department has recommended schools open in an online-only [...]
It is our priority to have students back in classrooms to experience face-to-face instruction beginning September 1. We want to ensure the safety of both students and staff as we plan to reopen the schools. To that end, Dr. Christine Moloney has commissioned a District Reopening Committee to discuss options and provide directions as we [...]
On June 11, 2020, OSPI released guidance that lays a framework for schools to begin planning what their return to school in the fall looks like. In this video, Superintendent Chris Reykdal reviews some of the high-level points of the guidance and expresses his gratitude to educators, parents and families, and students for their perseverance [...]
This is a message from Washington State Superintendent Chris Reykdal to educators, parents, students, & seniors. For guidance and resources related to COVID-19 and public schools in Washington state, please visit https://k12.wa.us/covid-19.
Chehalis School District will offer meal delivery for families with children ages 18 and under. Please fill out the following form to request services: English Form Spanish Form
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 [...]
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.
Staff from Lewis County Alternative School / Turning Point relocated to a new building last fall. Their new home is adjacent to their former location, 1265 SW Pacific Ave, Chehalis.
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.