Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Office Phone: 360-563-7604
Registrar Phone: 360-563-7600
Fax Number: 360-563-7630
CEEB code: 481211
Students will receive their schedules for the 2013-2014 school year during Student Start-Up on August 20 and 21. These schedules are the result of thoughtful course selection by students and parents and careful review by counselors, who check for graduation requirements and appropriate placement. Because of this process, we expect schedules to accurately reflect student academic needs and choices. Consequently there should be a minimum of schedule changes necessary.
CORRECTING SCHEDULING MISTAKES: Start-Up Days (August 20 and August 21): Counselors will be available to talk to students about correcting scheduling mistakes (missing class period, two periods of the same class, etc)
STUDENTS REQUESTING SCHEDULE CHANGES: September 3 and September 4: These are the only days that counselors will discuss schedule changes other than mistakes. If you changed your mind about an elective or have other requests, this is the day to do it. Counselors will be available after 12:00 on September 3 for Juniors and Seniors. Counselors will be available after 2:00 on September 4 for Freshmen and Sophomores.
This will be on a first come - first served basis.
Summer School: Registration is now open for summer online classes. Courses for acceleration or credit retrieval are available. Counselor and parent approval and payment to the school bookkeeper are required before you will be accepted.
Sheri Adams (Last Names A - D) Sheri.Adams@sno.wednet.edu
Mike Walsh (Last Names E - K) Michael.Walsh@sno.wednet.edu
Loren Childers (Last Names L - Ri) Loren.Childers@sno.wednet.edu
Meri Munson (Last Names Ro - Z) Meri.Munson@sno.wednet.edu
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