Entiat School District

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Achieving Excellence

  • Superintendent Message:

    THANK YOU VOTERS! The Entiat School District 4-year Replacement EP&O Levy has passed and provides our school with some financial stability for the next 4 years.  Your tax dollars make up about 10% of our budget and pay for programs/services in our school that the state does not fully fund.  These include safety/security, technology, the athletic program, and additional support staff. As an Entiat School District taxpayer myself, I know school taxes make up a significant chunk of our overall tax burden.  If you are a property owner, whether you voted yes, no, or didn't vote, my commitment to you is that we will do our best to be good stewards of your investment in our schools.

    As I have repeatedly stated, I firmly believe the school is the heart and soul of our community.  We are all better when we are working together and supporting each other. We certainly appreciate the continued support provided to the Entiat School District by its community members and will never take your support for granted.

    A truly positive experience for your child is something we (staff and parents) all want and to make this happen, we all need to work together as a team. 

    The roles that our bus drivers, custodians, kitchen staff, secretaries, district office personnel, counselors, administrators, paraprofessionals, coaches, teachers, etc. have on our team in the success of your child cannot be understated.  We certainly welcome and need you parents on our team. Teamwork is at the core of our school theme:

    BETTER TOGETHER: One Team; One Vision; One Community

    Again, thank you for trusting your child to Entiat Schools and being part of the “Tiger Team.” 

    Greg Whitmore – Superintendent

    Class of ‘82

    “It’s Great to be a Tiger!”

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  • Pursuant to RCW 28A.225.020 and local school board policy 3122, Unexcused Absences E. 1, that states "Between the student’s second and fifth unexcused absence, the school must take the following data-informed steps: I. Middle and high school students will be administered the Washington Assessment of the Risks and Needs of Students (WARNS) or other assessment", the school will be administering the WARNS effective immediately.  The assessment takes approximately 10 minutes and students will take it in private.  To protect the students' confidentiality, only numbers are used to identify the student.

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