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SAFETY FIRST! Visitors Please Check In!

Visitors are welcome at all our schools and the Brewster Public Schools District Office.

Upon arrival, everyone MUST first register at the office or reception area and receive a visitor’s badge to wear while visiting the building. This precaution helps ensure Brewster Public Schools are safe and secure at all times.

2006 Brewster Elementary and Secondary Annual School Performance Report
Mission Statements

Annual School Performance Report!
¡Reporte Anual de las Funciones Escolares!

OSPI Monthly Progress Report

Volunteers

Volunteers are an essential part of our efforts to ensure academic achievement for every student in every school. By tutoring, mentoring, assisting with activities or otherwise sharing unique talents and time, volunteers make a valuable contribution toward the success and well-being of our students.

Interested volunteers should begin by selecting a grade level or program. For more information, call student services at:

Brewster Elementary:  689-2582
Brewster Jr/Sr High School:  689-3449

Graduation Requirements

Why are the graduation requirements changing? What is the purpose of the High School and Beyond Plan? What supports are in place to help students in special education?

You will find answers to these questions -- and many more -- on the new graduation requirements Web site launched by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Visit http://www.k12.wa.us/graduationrequirements.

Written primarily to help families and students understand the new expectations that take effect with the class of 2008, the Web site also includes information and resources for educators.

Key features of the site:
• An explanation of each of the four statewide graduation requirements.
• Links to the state learning standards for each subject.
• Links to information about the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL).
• Information about the academic help being provided to students over the summer and during the school year.
• Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the requirements.
• Resources for educators, families and students.

Welcome to Skyward Family/Student Access

This exciting service provides parents/guardians/students access to up-to-the-minute information about attendance, class schedules, food service, discipline, grades, and general contact information.

Link to Skyward Family/Student Access

Posting date: 9/21/04

Registration and Hours of Attendance

School will resume for students on Tuesday, September 2.  Schools are open for registration approximately one week before school starts. High school is comprised of Grades 9-12; middle school consists of Grades 5-8; and elementary school encompasses Grades K-6. Students generally attend from 8 AM to 3 PM.  For more information, call student services at:


Brewster Elementary:  689-2582


Brewster Jr/Sr High School:  689-3440

Registration and Immunization Requirements
A birth certificate or other verification of age is required for kindergarten students and students entering first grade who have not been enrolled in school before.  Kindergarten students must be five on or before August 31; first graders, six on or before August 31. Immunization dates must be recorded on a Washington State Certificate of Immunization form which is required for every student attending district schools.  

In addition to the standard immunizations, a three-dose series of hepatitis B vaccine will be required for children entering kindergarten through third grade.  Incoming kindergarten students are also required to have a second measles immunization after the MMR.  Incoming sixth graders are required to have a second measles immunization.  For more information call Laura Brumfield, School Nurse, at 689-2582.

Brewster School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical 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 employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights, Title IX, and Section 504 Coordinator: Dianne Roys Johnson, 509-689-2581 x610, drjohnson@brewsterbears.org; Address: PO Box 97, Brewster, WA  98812.