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    Superintendent Update

    June 2018

    Is the grass really greener on the other side of the fence?  Sometimes, but most often grass that is watered is greener than that which is not.  As one person reminded me recently ................  When you cross over fences bring water with you and tend to the grass wherever you are.  As we come to the end of my 31st year in the district, I want to commend the students, staff, parents and community for all their contributions to Trout Lake School.  This year some great things have been achieved.

    Robotics goes to First Robotics World Competition

    Track is completed and the District host its first meets

    Boys track team finishes 4th in the state

    GIRLS TRACK TEAM WINS THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

    Over 400 meals were served at our annual Community Feast

    Over 100 gifts made by our students were distributed to the community in our Holiday Extravaganza Event

    5 of our seniors (40%) were given Washington State Honor Awards for being in the top 10% of all graduates in the State

    Our 21 first graders became published authors!!  

    Spanish I class hosted the first annual market for elementary students

    Elementary begins STEM after school acitivities called K3Build

     

    The list could certainly go on.  Thank you students, staff, parents and community members for your contributions to our school. 

    Best wishes for the summer!

    Doug