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Mike MendenhallPrincipal
Margaret RosenkranzSecretary

Office: 360.575.7084

Fax: 360.575.7088

1324 30th Ave

Longview, WA 98632

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Site Based Management Team Purpose

The role of the Site Based Management (SBM) team is to:

  1. Write, review and submit site action plans and form Ad-Hoc committees
  2. Monitor and assess the progress toward our goals/plans
  3. Assume responsibility for decisions

-Bringing up new business using staff input forms

-Making decisions on agenda topics that do not require an Ad-Hoc

committee

-Commissioning Ad-Hoc committees

(Example:  commissioning Site-based Bylaws Ad-Hoc)

-Following through on the work of existing Ad Hoc committees by

accepting, rejecting, or modifying their proposals or otherwise deciding on their proposals

  1. Facilitate decisions and monitor progress

 

September 20th, 2018|

Striving for Excellence at Olympic – 2018

Dear Olympic Families,

For those who are returning to Olympic, welcome back!  If this is your first year at our school, we look forward to meeting you and sharing all there is to know for a successful year.

Start-up

You should be receiving a welcome letter from your child’s teacher in the next day or two, if you haven’t already had it arrive in the mail.  This allows families to get to know their child’s teacher before the first day of school.  If you don’t receive a letter by August 23rd, please contact the office at (360) 575-7084.

We are excited to continue a tradition at Olympic by holding our Back to School BBQ on Tuesday, August 28th from 1:00 – 3:00.  The purpose of this event is to allow parents and students to meet their teacher, see where their classroom is and drop off supplies before the first day of school.  Families can come anytime between 1:00 and 3:00, it isn’t intended to be a two hour event that everyone stays for the whole time.  Our wonderful PTO will be providing a complimentary hot dog lunch as a way to welcome students and families back from the summer and allow for some time […]

August 16th, 2018|

LPS celebrates summer reading!

Longview Public Schools Superintendent Dan Zorn and School Board member Phil Jurmu set the pace at Longview’s Go Fourth parade.

While serving as grand marshal of the 2018 Go Fourth parade, Superintendent Dan Zorn and his crew of LPS staff, board members, family and friends passed out thousands of bookmarks encouraging everyone to read this summer.

The bookmarks include a link to “Superintendent Storytime,” where Dr. Zorn shares several of his favorite children’s books.

 

July 9th, 2018|
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