CHS Parent Input Group
Colville High School
has formed an input group to gain parent and community perspective on Colville
High School. The first meeting will be
held on Wednesday, October 21 from 6 pm – 7 pm in the high school library. Some of the items discussed last year were
the 2014-15 goals of CHS, academic achievement, school rules and discipline. The
focus of this group is to provide positive input about possible changes at
CHS. We will meet approximately five
times this school year. If you are
interested in joining this group, please contact the high school office at 684-7800 and leave your contact information with a school secretary.
AP BIOLOGY CLASS
The AP Biology class for 2015-16 got an early start
with five Field Study Days over the summer. There were two opportunities to do
Terrestrial Ecological sampling at the Colville/Stevens County Fish Hatchery
Property, one opportunity to participate in the National 4th of July Butterfly
Count at the Little Pend O'Reille National Wildlife Refuge and two
opportunities to learn Stream Sampling with snorkeling and even fish shocking
at the former Growden Dam Site on Sherman Creek. We had fantastic partners in Kathy
Ahlenslager, Botanist for the Colville National Forest; butterfly expert Rick
Moore; and Fish Biologist for the Colville National Forest, Karen
Honeycutt. Thanks also to Jono Esvelt for his cooperation on the Hatchery
Property. The kids had super experiences that we will be able to draw from as
the year progresses in AP Biology.
Colville High School Named for Achievement
Colville Senior High School is a recipient of the 2014
Washington Achievement Award. Washington
Achievement Award winners are selected using the State Board of Education
Revised Achievement Index and are based on statewide assessment data for the
three previous years. The award is given in six categories: Overall Excellence,
High Progress, Reading Growth, Math Growth, Extended Graduation Rate and
English Language Acquisition. Colville Senior High School is being recognized
for High Progress.
This award celebrates the top 5% of schools in the state of
Washington and is Superintendent Randy Dorn’s top award for academic
achievement. Colville High School has received this award three out of the last
four years. Congratulations to the students and staff of Colville High School.
Colville High School and Colville School District has begun the process
of migrating to a Google Docs program.
This program is a web based program that allows your son/daughter to
communicate with other students and staff within Colville High School on common
assignments and educational activities. Read more AUP Computer AUP (Acceptable Use Policy and Permission form) The Permission form needs to be signed and returned to the high school. A packet of this information will be sent home with students on February 27.
Our school day starts at 8:00 am and dismissal this year will be at 2:45 pm.
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