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wLewis County Schools Adna School District 748-0362

807-7225

Onalaska Elem/Mid

978-4111

748-7029

R.E. Bennett Elementary

807-7220

Onalaska High School

978-4111

Adna Mid/High School

748-8552

W.F. West High School

807-7235

Pe Ell School District

291-3244

Boistfort School District (K-8) 245-3343

Evaline School District (K-8)

785-3460

St. Joseph’s Catholic School

748-0961

Centralia School District

330-7600

Lewis County Adventist

748-3213

Toledo School District

864-6325

Centralia High School

330-7605

Morton School District

496-5137

Toledo Elementary

864-4761

Centralia Middle School

330-7619

Morton Elementary

496-5143

Toledo Middle School

864-2395

Edison Elementary

330-7631

Morton High School

496-5137

Toledo High School

864-2391

Fords Prairie Elementary

330-7633

Mossyrock School District

983-3181

White Pass School District

497-3791

Jefferson Lincoln Elementary 330-7636

Mossyrock Elementary

983-3184

White Pass Elementary

497-7300

Oakview Elementary

330-7638

Mossyrock Mid/High School

983-3183

White Pass High School

497-5816

Washington Elementary

330-7641

Napavine School District

262-3303

Winlock School District

785-3582

Centralia Christian School

736-7657

Napavine Elementary

262-3345

Winlock Elementary

785-3516

Chehalis School District

807-7200

Napavine Mid/High School

262-3301

Winlock Middle School

785-3046

Cascade Elementary

807-7215

Napavine Christian School

262-9139

Winlock High School

785-3537

Chehalis Middle School

807-7230

Onalaska School District

978-4111

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Olympic Elementary

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Centralia School District The Centralia School District is the largest in Lewis County with 485 employees serving 3,457 K-12 students. Facilities include a four-year 2A high school, an alternative high school program (C.A.P.S.), a two-year middle school, five primary/intermediate elementary schools and special services and transportation cooperatives. Centralia Sc hool Di strict ha s e s tablish ed a partnership with Thorbeckes and the City of Centralia in maintaining the Centralia Indoor Community Pool for the benefit of schools and the community. With the implementation of the Measurement of Student Progress (MSP) and High School Performance Exam (HSPE) testing, the Centralia School District has seen e xc ept ion a l g rowth with scores in reading, writing, math and science in grades 3-8 & 10, increasing by an average of 32 percent across 4th, 7th¸ and 10th grades. Centralia High School graduation rates continue to increase. Centralia’s schools receive annual recognition at all grade levels. At the high school level, students receive honors in various regional, state, and national competitions involving activities, academics and the visual and performing arts. Quality athletic programs produce strong competitive teams and individual athletes who regularly compete at d istri ct, s tat e and nati o na l l e v els. Gifted programs are available to students in grades 3-8 and Honors and Advanced Placement courses are offered in grades 7-12. Special Education programs for qualifying students aged birth to 21 are provided through the Centralia-Chehalis Student Support Cooperative.

Centralia School District’s history of academic, arts, activities, and athletic achievement is attributable to the loyal partnership between educators, parents and the community. In partnership with United Way of Lewis County and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Thurston and Lewis Counties, the district received a Federal Department of Education mentoring grant that has benefited elementary, middle and high school districts. Centralia School District has been awarded grants for major federal and state programs In Hispanic and Low-Income subgroups, CHS such as Title I, LAP, Title IIA and transitional achieved 22.5 and 33.7 percent increases bilingual services totaling $3.9 million. respectively in mathematics scores in 2012-13. At Edison Elementary, third grade The Washington State School Directors students showed a 15.9 percent increase in Association named the district board readings scores in the same year, and Fords of directors the “ 2006 Board of the Year” Prairie readings scores across all subgroups for medium-si zed d istricts, pointing to improved by 17.2 percent in the same year. their vision, leadership, teamwork, programs and policies. In September 2013, Superintendent Dr. Steve Bodnar accepted an ESD 113 Spirit of Through attending Centralia Schools, Leadership award. The 44 superintendents students graduate career and college ready, in ESD 114 voted to recognize Centralia as successfully prepared for a diverse and the highest achieving school in reading score changing world. // growth during the 2012-13 school year. scores. Centralia Middle School has also been recognized as a “Title 1 Distinguished School” for system-wide improvement in math, science, reading and writing scores. In the fall of 2008, Terry Bergeson, then State Superintendent of Public Schools, announced that Centralia High School had been named a “School of Distinction,” one of only 100 in the state. The award recognizes schools that show outstanding progress in reading and mathematics.

Jefferson Lincoln Elementary received a “Title 1 Distinguished School” designation award for significant gains in math and reading Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce • 2014 Annual Directory & Community Profile

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