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  • Congratulations to our JH and High School Track athletes out there breaking personal records!

    Posted by Jason Cooper on 4/22/2024

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  • HS Track 4/17

    Posted by Jason Cooper on 4/17/2024

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  • HSBB Summer Camps

    Posted by Jason Cooper on 4/16/2024

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  • HS Track @Maupin 2day!

    Posted by Jason Cooper on 4/9/2024

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  • Current spring sports schedules.

    Posted by Jason Cooper on 3/8/2024

    JH-HS track

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  • HSVB meeting

    Posted by Jason Cooper on 3/7/2024

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  • Wishram High and Elementary School

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    Wishram High and Elementary School



    Wishram School is a partnership of students, staff, parents, and the community.

    Our goal is to provide a positive school experience, foster personal and academic growth, and teach skills for a successful life.

  • The Principal's Corner: May 20 - May 24

    Posted by Jason Cooper on 5/20/2024

    “Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.” ― Steve Jobs

    -Thank you, Shelia- you were a cooking machine last week. I really appreciate all your work.
    -Thank you, Jason- for managing all those testing windows and dates. You kept us on track and on pace.
    -Thank you, Staff- You tested, supervised, and encouraged our kids to do their best on state testing.
    Week in Review:
    Monday- SBAC Science Testing, Community Council Meeting, Mental Health Counselor here
    Tuesday- SBAC Science Testing, Staff meeting, Special Board Meeting, BBQ at Housing Development
    Wednesday- Out Door School, Senior Presentations
    Thursday- Out Door School, K-3 Ag Day Field Trip
    Friday- Out Door School, Retirement Party
    1. The 5th and 6th-grade students are at Outdoor School from Wednesday to Friday. This is a three-day and two-night learning experience.
    2. SBAC Science Testing is on Monday and Tuesday. For those two days, anticipate following the same schedule as last week.
    3. On Tuesday, The board meeting will be held to approve contracts and overnight Outdoor Camp.
    4. SBAC Make-up testing will occur this week. Please be sure to look for a message from Jason.
    5. Judy's retirement event is this Friday - May 24th.
    6. On Thursday is the k-3 Ag Day Field Trip.
    7. This Friday is our last Snow Day Makeup Day
    8. Senior Presentations are Wednesday
    9. ESD 112 will be here on Wednesday, discussing playgrounds and building facilities with Tye and me.
    10. I am trying to complete all teacher evaluation conferences this week. It is going to be a busy WEEK!
    11. Staff will be required to make up lost work time for the two weather closure days that we didn't make up. It will be simple and practical. More information will be available at the staff meeting.
    -The BBQ at the housing development on Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:00 would be a great time to make a day up.
    12. Parent Meeting on Tuesday at 3:30 concerning student behavior on the bus and field trip last Friday.
    CEL 5 D+ to Ponder:
    CEC4 Student status

    Teachers and students demonstrate positive teacher-student and student-student relationships that foster students’ well-being and develop their identity as learners. Patterns of interaction between teacher and students and among students indicate that all are valued for their contributions. Teachers create opportunities for students' status to be elevated.
    A Little Humor:
    -How long is a piece of string? Twice as long as half of it!
    -What do you get when you make humorous soup? Laughing stock
    -Why couldn't the bike stand on its own? Because it was two tyred
    -Want to hear a joke about a piece of paper? It’s wearable
    -Chuck Norris didn’t just pass the SBAC State test; he roundhouse kicked it into oblivion. Now, it’s called the “Chuck Norris Assessment of Awesomeness.”

    How to 'overcome' fear -Trevor Ragan

    Fear can be helpful when we're in danger but sometimes it gets in the way of learning opportunities. Trevor Ragan digs into fear - outlining what it is, where it comes from, and (most importantly) how we can work to put it in it's place. Trevor Ragan is the founder of Trainugly.com, a free educational website designed to unpack and share the science of learning and development. He spends his time with thought leaders and researchers from the worlds of psychology and developmental science, consumes their research, connects the dots, and shares it with anyone that will listen. He's worked with professional and college sports teams, Fortune 500 companies, reentry programs, and in hundreds of schools across the country. These workshops are designed to help people understand and apply important principles of development in order to become better learners.

    Chris Schumaker
    Wishram Schools
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