Elementary News

  • Elementary Math Homework Help

    Parents looking for help in understanding the new math standards and helping their children with their homework can find help here: http://www.oakdale.k12.ca.us/ENY_Hmwk_Intro_Math  Another great site with video lessons is the Khan Academy: https://www.khanacademy.org/
  • Early Steps

    Early Steps to School Success PARENTS ARE CHILDREN'S VERY FIRST AND MOST IMPORTANT TEACHER! Early Steps to School Success (ESSS) is an early childhood home visiting program for expectant mothers and children from birth to age five. ESSS provides a variety of programs and services such as: Home Visits Twice a Month Book Bag Lending Program Developmental Screenings Individualized Portfolio Monthly Parent Child Groups Free Books to Build Child's Home Library Community Resource Guide Transitions to Preschool Transitions to Kindergarten and much more! For More Information Contact:Christina Riggs-Johnson, Early Childhood Coordinator360-942-3415, option 1
  • Elementary Homework Information Sheet

    Would you like to know what homework and classroom information you should expect from your child's elementary teacher? This information sheet should have just what you need.

District News

  • Coach Makaiwi to Be Inducted into Hall of Fame

    On Saturday, January 28th, former Raymond High School football coach Doug Makaiwi will be inducted into the Washington State Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame at the WSFCA awards banquet in Sea-Tac.  After finishing up a stellar college football career at Wenatchee Valley C.C. and Central Washington University, Coach Makaiwi started his coaching career as an assistant at Winlock High School. After a few seasons at Winlock, Coach Mak served as an assistant at Raymond for 8 seasons until taking over the head coaching duties in 1983. Over the next 22 seasons, Coach Makaiwi compiled a record of 113-98-1. During that time, Raymond won 6 Pacific League titles and made the state quarterfinal round or better 6 times. The 1993 team, led by his son Kalin, won the state title with a 20-6 victory over Reardan in Kingbowl XVII. After retiring from Raymond, Coach Makaiwi was an assistant at North Kitsap from 2011-2014. Known for his tough exterior and heart of gold, Mak had a positive influence on hundreds of student-athletes during his coaching career. Coach Makaiwi passed away from cancer in June of 2016.    . 
  • Wal-Mart Foundation Donates to Music Program

    The Walmart Community Grants program has awarded the Raymond School District band program $1,500 to purchase instruments and supplies. Thank you for helping us to gain access to more tools so we can give back to the community!
  • Strengthening Families Program

    There will be a series of classes offered for caregivers and youth ages 10-14 which feature structured family activities, skill building, family meetings, games, activity planning, and problem solving.    •Free for all Families   •Free meals for the family, 5:30-6:00 p.m.   •Free childcare for younger children There will be 7 Sessions - They will be on Wednesdays, starting February 1st through March 15th. The program begins at 6:00 p.m. and concludes at 8:00 p.m. at Raymond High School—1016 Commercial St. Raymond, WA 98577. This is an evidence-based parent, youth, and family skills-building curriculum that: Prevents teen substance abuse and other behavior problems Strengthens parent/youth communication skills Increases academic success in youth Prevents violence and aggressive behavior at home and at school Please register by sending the information requested below to Lyndsey Owen, Raymond School District Counselor. Send the following information to lowen@raymondk12.org: Names of parents/students Contact phone number Email Number of children needing child care Food allergies (if any)

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