I am thrilled to announce that our bond is passing with a vote of approximately 68% yes!
I would like to thank our parents, community, businesses, staff, and students for working together to make this happen! This is not only a reflection of several years of strong planning but marks the beginning of an exciting time for our school district and community. I continue to be impressed by the pride that our community has for our school district. Thank you so very much for your support and doing what's best for our students!
Jean Shumate, Ed.D.
The McCleary decision neither refers to nor does it make recommendations for changing school construction funding.
Gary Platt, CPA
Executive Director - Business Services
The Board of Directors elected Julie Dean, President, and Al Schreiber, Vice President, during their annual reorganization, at the December 6, 2016, Regular Board Meeting. Julie Dean was appointed to the Board in August of 2007 and elected to a four-year term in November 2007, she was serving as the Vice President. Al Schreiber was elected to a four-year term in November 2013.
Board members thanked Ken Christoferson for his many years serving as board president since 2013.
The Stanwood-Camano community is invited to an informational meeting at Stanwood High School to learn more about the February 14, 2017, bond proposal. The project architect and district staff will present information.
Where: Stanwood High School Library
7400 272nd St. NW, Stanwood
When: Monday, December 5, 2016
Time: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Review project details
- Tax rates
- Project timelines
- Questions and Answers
- Tours of current facilities
At the November 15th board meeting the Board of Directors recognized employees Judi Brown, Classified Employee of the Month for October and Brian May as the Teacher of the Month for October. Ms. Brown works at Stanwood Elementary in the support center and was nominated for the award by Patty Maynick, who read her nomination. Mr. May teaches history and social studies at Stanwood Middle School, and was nominated by Cammy Carlson, Sam Smothermon and students Jackson Houston and Dominick Maxwell. Congratulations to our employees!
The awards are sponsored by Umpqua Bank in partnership with Dos Reales and Stanwood Cinemas.
If you would like to nominate a teacher or classified employee (food services, bus drivers, custodians, secretaries, paraeducators, maintenance/grounds staff) please complete the nomination form by November 30th.
Congratulations to Chris Oldow (left), Lead Custodian, at Twin City Elementary and Audrie Harrington (right),Language Arts/LeadershipTeacher, at Port Susan Middle School, for being selected as the employees of the month for September.
The Board of Directors recognized Chris and Audrie at the October 18th Board Meeting. The Classified Employee of the Month and Teacher of the Month awards are sponsored by Umpqua Bank in partnership with Dos Reales and Stanwood Cinemas.
To nominate an employee for the month of October, click on the following link: Employee Nomination
Next year’s entering 9th graders, graduating Class of 2021, will have new graduation requirements
In 2014 the Washington State Board of Education updated the graduation requirements as per Senate Bill 6552. One of the requirements was that students graduating from Washington State high schools must graduate with 24 credits. The Stanwood-Camano School District applied for a two-year waiver for these graduation requirements in order to study best possible ways to implement the 24 credit requirement.