Raymond Elementary News

After a well-deserved spring break, we enter the time of year littered with field trips and testing. If you would like to chaperone your child’s field trip, please fill out the necessary paperwork in advance. We love to have parent volunteers, but we do require paperwork to ensure the safety of our students. While the background check can take 24 hours to process, it will be valid for two school years.

Raymond Elementary Students will be tested during the month of May.  3rd-6th graders will be tested in ELA (English Language Arts) and Mathematics. Each test consists of one day for computer adapted testing and another day for a performance task. A short classroom activity will be completed in between these two portions of the test. 5th grade students will also be taking the Science MSP. We try to avoid Mondays and Fridays for testing. Your child should be bringing home a testing schedule after spring break.

Please see us with any questions. We are glad to answer any questions and provide advice to help students reach their full potential. For now, here are some basics to help kids be successful during testing:

  • Get plenty of sleep and show up on time
  • Eat breakfast!
  • Read ALL directions- including checklists for tasks
  • You have all the time you need– use it
  • Relax, breathe deep, and show what you know!

Contact Info: Chris Cady, 360-942-3415 option 1, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Raymond Junior/Senior High News

While there’s a lot going on this time of year, one of the most critical pieces is going to occur at Raymond High School on May 5. The “Every 32 Minutes” program is widely used among law enforcement in addressing reducing teen driving fatality and serious injury. The Region 2 Target Zero Task Force in partnership with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Department will be conducting the “Every 32 Minutes” program at Raymond High School.Emergency responders including law, fire, aid, prosecutors, coroners,

Emergency responders including law, fire, aid, prosecutors, coroners, lifeflight, substance prevention and 911 will partner together to bring students a firsthand look at fatality collisions. The national statistic is that every 32 minutes someone is killed by an impaired driver. Potential students are interviewed with emphasis placed on creating a cross selection of the student body.  Students meet and plan throughout the school year for the 2-day program that is strategically planned before spring prom and graduation.Every 32 minutes a dispatch will go over the intercom of an accident involving one of the preselected students. A sibling or best friend of the “victim” reads an obituary they have written live over the intercom. Meanwhile, in the classroom paramedics place the fatal student on a stretcher and covered with a white sheet. The student is taken to a staging area and will not return to class or have access to cell phone or social media. This continues every 32 minutes all day. During the day a large-scale mock crash will occur outside with a massive emergency response including a lifeflight helicopter. Some families will receive a visit from law enforcement and go through what would happen had their student really been involved in a fatal accident.

Every 32 minutes a dispatch will go over the intercom of an accident involving one of the preselected students. A sibling or best friend of the “victim” reads an obituary they have written live over the intercom. Meanwhile, in the classroom paramedics place the fatal student on a stretcher and covered with a white sheet. The student is taken to a staging area and will not return to class or have access to cell phone or social media. This continues every 32 minutes all day. During the day a large-scale mock crash will occur outside with a massive emergency response including a lifeflight helicopter. Some families will receive a visit from law enforcement and go through what would happen had their student really been involved in a fatal accident.

Dave Vetter, Principal, Raymond Junior/Senior High This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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