North Beach School District embraces and honors the individuality each child brings to school, knowing in our hearts all are capable and worthy of achieving great things.
Because of this knowledge, we will encourage and nurture every student’s growth as a learner and a caring member of society by providing a safe environment where we model and expect commitment, tolerance, respect and perseverance.
And, as they grow in heart and mind, we will provide resources and mentoring to empower our graduates as life-long scholars who are valuable members of their community, whatever academic path they pursue.
As part of his evaluation, Superintendent Kelly provides evidence of progress toward the goals that the district has set. View his presentation to Tuesday night's board meeting here.
North Beach High School Class of 2020 to be Celebrated in a Ceremony Reflecting Innovation and Resilience
For the Class of 2020, we've planned a graduation ceremony to remember. It’s scheduled to take place June 13, 2020, at 5 p.m. Non-family members can watch the Live Stream on Facebook.
On Monday, April 6, Governor Jay Inslee and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal announced that we will not return to “regular school” during the 2019-20 school year. Read a letter from Superintendent Andy Kelly here.
CALL FOR BIDS - SURPLUS VEHICLES
The North Beach School District is accepting bids for the following surplus vehicles: 1995 Thomas Bus; and 1997 Ford Bus w/Lift. Bids will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 336 State Route 115, Ocean Shores or mail to PO Box 159, Ocean Shores, Washington 98569. If you wish to view the vehicles please contact Amy Butler, Transportation Supervisor at 360-289-3565. Bids will be awarded at the regular meeting of the Board of Directors on June 16, 2020.
All bids must be presented in an envelope marked “Surplus Vehicle Bid” and sent to the attention of Andrew Kelly, Superintendent at the above address.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
By the Order of the Board of Directors
North Beach School District
Andrew Kelly, Superintendent
State Issues Mask Challenge; We Ask You Consider Donating to our Schools, Too
Do you sew? Are you ready for a challenge?
Washington state’s lieutenant governor Cyrus Habib has announced a mask-making challenge.
Go to the Washington Mask Challenge website at https://www.ltgov.wa.gov/mask-challenge for instructions on how to make the masks and how to donate them.
They are asking for 10 at a time, so you would have to be willing to commit to making at least 10. We know many of you out there are already making masks, so good job and happy sewing!
For NBSD schools, School Nurse Libby Meador is also asking that for every ten you make to donate to a hospital or other organization in need, consider making one for your school in preparation for our return to on-site operations in the fall.
A reminder from Ms. Meador, masks are a helpful added measure but we shouldn’t let them give us a false sense of security. The best way to slow the spread of COVID-19 is by following social-distancing guidelines and washing your hands. Wearing a mask can also help you to remember to keep your hands off of your face, too!
If you have masks you would like to donate to our schools, please contact our school nurse at firstname.lastname@example.org