Olympic Champions 9-15-17
Math: Kira Morgan; Austin Lee; Lucas McIntee;
Reading: Jacob Kennedy; Zada Hancock;
Writing: Gabriella Muro;
Cooperation: Skyler Esponde; Vincent Hoyt; Kaydence Entler; Alexis Mendoza-Perez; Alex Peltchie
Responsible: Adrian Gonzalez Celestino; Desmond Price; Triston Olin; Abbi Elkinton; Jaxton Grant; Maliyah Brown; Caleb Culp; Joshua Broderius; Wyatt Schulz
Respectful: Maria Gonzalez Vasquez; Isaac Luther; Emma Peters; Juan Lopez-Solorio;
Kindness: Ryder Worel; Morgan Lander; Darwin Dungawin; Sonja Cochran; Sarah Greenly
Strive for Excellence: Trevor Bruce; Olivia Sorensen; Trinity Gillette; Morgan Freville
Olympic champions Date: 9-8-2017
Reading: Cohen Saavedra; Jacquelyn Barella;
Math: Liam Nesbit; Shaliegh Church; Eva Moore; Vincent Brannan
Writing: Derek Arellano Cozart; Ellie Hodges
P.E.: Miguel Torres;
Being Responsible: Gordon Dietz, Mathew Young, Zoey Jason; Wyatt Hill;
Cooperation: Emily Esponde; Ava Luther;
Kindness: Adrian Vasquez- Alcaraz; Fayeth Entler; Karlie Lender-Aberle; Amyra Vollmert; Gracelyn Dykstra; Gianni Thomas-Giles;
Respectful: Jazmine Losolla; Olivia Price; Brayden Harriman
Striving for Excellence/ Excellence in all Areas: Daniel Castro-Celis
Longview Public Schools officials will continue monitoring information regarding local air quality being affected by wildfires in the region.
District administrators rely on Air Quality Index (AQI) information provided through the Washington Department of Ecology. Throughout the school day on Tuesday Sept. 5, the air quality index remained at the low end of the “moderate” scale. At this condition rating, schools were advised to monitor students with asthma, respiratory infection, lung or heart disease and provide modifications and rest to normal recess, PE, and athletic activities. Depending on their student conditions, some schools chose to keep their students inside.
As the air quality rating changed to “unhealthy for sensitive groups” in the late-afternoon on Sept. 5, outdoor athletic practices and events were cancelled. This category recommends that students with asthma, respiratory infection, long or heart disease stay indoors and other children should limit activities to light exertion.
As of Wednesday, Sept. 6, the smoke and fine air particle levels increased and outdoor recesses were cancelled. By one measure, the Washington Air Quality Advisory (WAQA) level reached the “unsafe” category. Outdoor sporting events were cancelled and practices were scheduled for indoors.
As of Thursday, Sept. 7, fine air particle levels decreased from the previous day, […]
Whether you are a returning or a new family, I’d like to welcome you to the 2017-18 school year! Teachers are excited and working hard to prepare for the year. One of our priorities at Olympic is to create a supportive learning environment for all students. To that end, we hold a back to school event the evening before the first day of school. This year the Back to School BBQ will run from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. I encourage you to come to the gym at 4:00 so you can meet the staff and hear important information about the first day of school through a brief presentation. Then, students and their family members will get to visit their classroom, meet the teacher, drop off school supplies and receive their ticket for the BBQ dinner provided for free by our PTO. I look forward to seeing you there!
Our school motto at Olympic is “Striving for Excellence”. To achieve excellence, we create school goals every year. Those goals are written with the help of input from students, families and staff through a survey call CEE (the Center for Educational Effectiveness). Although our academic goals have not been finished yet, there […]