2696 SR 903  Cle Elum, WA  98922
Office: (509) 649-4700  Fax: (509) 649-3634

Beginning of Year - Welcome Back Letter to Students and Parents 2016




Check out Mr. Leavitt's 5th grade News Broadcast video!

YouTube Video



The Youth Services Mentor Program of Kittitas County 

Looking for a meaningful way to help students in our community?  Join with the Youth Services Mentor Program of Kittitas County and volunteer to be a friend.  Mentors meet with their student once a week, either during lunch OR outside of school hours and provide a listening, encouraging, caring presence that the student can count on over time.  For an application, please click here.

Do you have or know a student who would like to become a mentee?  This is an awesome opportunity for our students to interact with positive adult influences from our community; for the student mentee application, please click here.

For questions or more information visit our district website or contact: Crystal Church, Director  crystal-church@outhserviceskc.org ; 

509-962-2737 or 509-306-1124



MORNING PROTOCOL

One of our top priorities here at the elementary school is our children's safety.  We need your help with our morning routine.
Please, do NOT drop your children off on school grounds prior to 7:45 
as there is no supervision.

Thank you for helping us keep your students safe!

Pinewood Derby Car Race 2016

Each year Cub Scout Pack 485 holds a Pinewood Derby Car race.  This year, it was held on February 26th in the Roslyn gym.  20 scouts participated.  It is always an amazing collaboration of family and Scouts.  Tannen Graff was the derby winner this year. His grandfather helped him with his car. Along with Tannen, three other scouts will be sent to regional competition in Yakima to compete with the entire Yakima council. 


   

Derby Update:

Congratulations to Tannen Graff!  

Tannen went to regionals and returned as the Weeblos champion AND overall champion for all ranks regionally.

Way to go Tannen!





CERE Students raised over $6,000.00 during the fall walk-a-thon.
Students that raised $50.00 earned three tosses to dunk the principal.