Superintendent & Connection Message
New Food Service Program
Community Education Foundation Message
School Report Card Statistics
District "Fun Facts"
Fun Facts About The District
* Total Students Enrolled 1002
Average Teaching Experience
Coupeville School District No. 204 does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX Coordinator, Section 504/ADA Coordinator and the Civil Rights Coordinator. Superintendent, 501 S. Main Street, Coupeville, WA 98239, 360.678.2404
2017-2018 Report CARD 2017-18
We are excited to announce that we have hired the owner of Christopher’s restaurant and Master Chef Andreas Wurzrainer as our new food service director. Andreas was born and raised in Austria and then earned Master Chef in Germany after he graduated from High School. He has very successful experience as chef on national cruise ships, Four Seasons Hotel, and has run Christopher’s Restaurant for the past seventeen years. We are excited to have Chef Wurzrainer lead our new Connected Food program that will be focused on scratch cooking with whole foods and local sourcing when available and cost effective. We believe his work is important as food and nutrition are connected to important things like learning, behavior, and health. We also believe we need to better connect with our community’s values when it comes to food options for our students. Andreas will launch the new program at the beginning of the 2019-20 school year.
One of our new director’s favorite quotes is:
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
Free or Reduced lunches
Average Teaching Experience
* No. of Classroom Teachers 56
Coupeville High School
Superintendent "Connection" Message
I have had an incredible first year as superintendent here in Coupeville. One of the many things I have learned is that our community and families have an amazing connection with the school district and want to support our students. We have unique and wonderful students who have amazing small community personalities and character. This year many of our students have asked me how I like my new job as superintendent. This type of interaction does not happen in other school districts. These are great examples of the connections that already exists in our community and in our schools.
I also see opportunities where students would benefit from an even greater connection. Recently, we have learned that students experiencing more loneliness than ever. Surprisingly, social media and technology are part of the problem as students and families are spending more time on devices and less time having meaningful personal interaction with others. They are also missing out on a lot of what our community has to offer. I would like to expand our connection in Coupeville and provide our students with hands-on, project-based, and often outdoor learning opportunities that exist right here in Coupeville. We have such rich history and geography in Coupeville that our students would benefit from. A few examples of the many opportunities our students could benefit from are Whidbey Health, the Coupeville Library, a thriving culinary industry, and local agriculture. Partnering with our community will provide Coupeville students unique and connected opportunities that will give them real experiences that can lead to greater engagement, learning, and relationships. I look forward to working with our community in building these connections that will be such a great benefit our students.
As you view this issue of “The Connect” I hope you can see how much we appreciate and celebrate this great place we live and that we want to provide everything that Coupeville has to offer for our students.
Thank you - Steve King
* 4th Grade Language Arts 76.4%
* Extended Graduation Rates 95.6%
Free or Reduced lunches
ALL of our kids directly benefit from this extra measure of support YOUR Foundation is committed to sharing with our schools. But we need you!
To donate, learn more or to receive updates on events/happenings, find us on Facebook or www.4coupevilleschools.org.
Sincerely, Board of Directors, CFCPS
Coupeville Elementary School
We invite YOU to join our efforts, and support us in helping make our incredible teachers, kids and classrooms stronger through the power of the community.
Did you Know?
This year, together with our generous community partners, we awarded $35,400 in scholarships?
Over the past four years we've awarded $80,875 towards 123 different grants, including funding for 28 field trips?
We dedicated annual support through The Promise Fund - funds to assist students with nutritional needs , clothing and school supplies, as well as access to programs and activities where financial need may be a barrier?
* 4th Grade Math 60.2%
* Attendance 83.8%
Coupeville Middle School
Food Service Director
* Per Pupil Expenditure $11,392
"ONWARD HONOR, ONWARD COUPEVILLE,
FIGHT UNTIL THE END, ALWAYS CHEERING,
NEVER FEARING THAT OUR TEAM WILL WIN,
RAH RAH RAH,
ONWARD HONOR, ONWARD COUPEVILLE,
FIGHT UNTIL THE END, FIGHT,
FIGHT FOR CHS AND VICTORY."
Coupeville Fight Song
Food Services Serves 55,000+ Meals Per Year
6 - Custodians Clean 200,000 Square Feet
1 - grounds maintenance worker to care for 52 acres
1 to 1 Devices for ALL Students K-12
US POSTAGE PAID
PERMIT NO. 5
COUPEVILLE WA 98239
CONNECTING TO COUPEVILLE SCHOOLS:
501 S. Main Street,
Coupeville WA 98239
POSTAL PATRON OR CURRENT RESIDENT
5 - Buses Travel 525 Miles Every Day