Connected Food Community Dinner
Community Foundation For Coupeville Public Schools
Student Achievement Data and Statistics
Around the District
3rd - 10th English Language Arts & Math Composite Scores (Top 5)
Regional Assessment Composite Scores
Out of 35 School Districts
Coupeville School District No. 204 does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX Coordinator, Section 504/ADA Coordinator and the Civil Rights Coordinator. Superintendent, 501 S. Main Street, Coupeville, WA 98239, 360.678.2404
School District Statistics
Free or Reduced lunches
Average Teaching Experience
Students who are English Language Learners
Students Experiencing Homelessness
Students Identified as Highly Capable
Students in Free and Reduced Lunch Program
3rd - 5th English Language Arts Composite Scores (Top 5)
Hello Coupeville Community!
Student Achievement Updates: First of all, I want you all to know that, as you review some our school data in this newsletter, Coupeville finished second out of 35 school districts in the NW region of the state in K-12 test scores in English Language Arts and Math. We have amazing graduation rates as the class of 2019 had an on-time graduation rate of 93.8% which is 12% higher than the state average. These results show what a great job we are doing with our growing at risk population who are served in areas like Special Education or who are English Language Learners. I am very grateful for the work of our teachers, support staff, students, and families for their efforts that has led to all this success.
Our new Connected Food Program is going amazingly well. Chef Andreas and his team have been providing a great variety of delicious and healthy meals, with our program focused on scratch cooking with whole foods and local sourcing. We are so thankful for the local partners and our Coupeville Farm To School program for collaborating with us to launch the new program. We have more than doubled the number of lunches served to students on a daily basis and we have been serving breakfast to students on our early release days. This is having a significant impact on our students and specifically provides healthy options for our most at-risk students who may be experiencing homelessness or qualify for the Free & Reduced Lunch Program. By changing our program, to better connect with our community's values, we have not only provided healthier food for students, but we have created a more caring culture for our school community.
This winter we are beginning the process of updating our School District Strategic Plan. To do this we are involving parents, students, and staff members. We will likely ask for input from our parents and community members during the process, as we truly want to have district goals and plans reflect our community's values.
Our schools, teachers, and classes are finding more ways to connect with our community and all the great resources in our local community. We have created a stronger partnership with the local Coupeville Sno-Isle Library, by taking classes on field trips to the local library to access all the information our local Coupeville library has to offer. Teachers and classes are taking field trips to visit places like our local Prairie Farms to see the rich History and geography which is right outside our classroom doors. Also, we had many community members and groups work with us on the first day of school to greet our students and families and let them know how much we care about them. I am so thankful for all of these great partnerships and the amazing support we receive from these groups.
Overall, what I am seeing in our schools this year is a welcoming, positive culture for everyone. We are asking students to put away their personal technology devices and have genuine face to face relationships with each other. As one student said to me, "Students must disconnect to actually reconnect." To see students getting outdoors, experiencing hands-on cooperative learning, and enjoying healthy food together while they have conversations is so inspiring. This all gives us the belief that we can create a more positive and hopeful future for our students.
None of this could be done without the amazing support of our community. Thank you!
Graduate in 4 years
The Community Foundation for Coupeville Public Schools (CFCPS) recently awarded 22 grants totaling over $18,000 to teachers! Students will be taking field trips to museums and science learning centers, participating in activities such as robotics and STEAM club, and enjoying many other enriching activities.This continues a tradition of over 20 years of the Foundation providing an extra measure of support to Coupeville schools.
We want to do even more! Coupeville is a great school district with great staff and students and we want to make it even better. To do that, we need more people to help us! We have a need for parents, teachers, and community members who like to plan events, publicize activities, work with pictures, communicate on social media, compose digital or print newsletters, interact with local businesses and help support the many grants we award.
If you have a wish to make a Coupeville education a special experience, then we can use you. Just give us a call at 425-890-0461 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can turn your wish into reality!
To learn more about the Foundation, check us out at www.4coupevilleschools.org and on Facebook.
Thursday, Dec. 12th 5:30-6:30 pm
At Coupeville High School
Serving: Oven Roasted Pork Loin with Mushroom Gravy, Glazed locally grown Carrots, Bells Farm Mashed Potatoes, Cabbage Slaw & Corn Bread
$ 5.00 per person
$20.00 per family
You may also attend the MS/HS Concert right after at 6:30 pm in the Performing Arts Center.
For more District & State Data: https://WashingtonStateReportCard.ospi.k12.wa.us
Students Receiving Special Education
Students Enrolled at Coupeville School District
2018-2019 Student Achievement
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Our Community welcoming our students on the first day of school
CMS students visiting the Coupeville Library
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CHS students at the Homecoming Pep Rally
CES students enjoying fall sports day