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    Digital Yearbook Signing

    We are excited to announce that the Cashmere High School yearbook signing tradition is alive and it’s fully digital to suit our socially distanced students! 

    Jostens has just launched a new platform, Yearbook Digital Signing Pages, that gives every student in our school the chance to create virtual signing pages, invite their friends to leave messages, and print out the final pages to keep with the yearbook as a permanent keepsake. This is free for every student whether they purchased a yearbook or not.

    Get started with your yearbook signing with the link below:

    Donate a Yearbook

    If you would like to donate a yearbook to a CHS Senior, go to:

    ** Find your school and in the student information field, please enter "Senior" for the first name and "Donation" for the last name.**

    Senior Awards Night Coming May 27th, 7:00 P.M.


    May 20, 2020

    Dear Senior Class Members and Parents:

    We received good news today.  The Health District called and said we could have our seniors come in and be filmed for the senior procession and receiving their diplomas.  We will do that on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 according to the schedule below.

    Charley Voorhies, a local video production company owner will film all of our seniors and create a video of graduation.  The video will include the walk-in procession, reading of the graduate’s name and presentation of diploma, speeches by, class president, valedictorian, and class chosen speaker-Don Smith.  It will conclude with the presentation of the class.  It will be a nice keepsake and memory for you and your family in this most irregular school year.

    Please show up in game day dress with your cap and gown at the assigned time below in front of the high school.  If you cannot be there at the assigned time, please call the school and let us know and we can schedule another time.  It is very important that we get everyone there to make this work.

    A-D                                      8:30

    E-H                                      8:45

    I-L                                       9:00

    M-P                                      9:15

    Q-T                                      9:30

    U-Z                                      9:45

    Make-ups                             10:00

    Please get the word out to all your 2020 classmates.  Contact me if you have any questions.  Seniors, continue to engage in your classes and learning so you can graduate.  Remember the only way you can go backward in your grades from when school got out is to do nothing at all.

    Tony Boyle, Principal

    Senior Schedule of upcoming events:

    May 27, 2020                     Video made of seniors walking and receiving diplomas  8:30 am to 10:30 am

    May 27, 2020                     Senior Awards Night – 7:00 pm

    June 3, 2020                       Senior Parade – 6:00 pm (Starts at Riverside Park ends at High School – gift baskets for all seniors at the end)

    Parade Guidelines:         No motorcycles, bicycles or skateboards.  4 wheelers are allowed to be driven in the parade-must be picked up at the high school parking lot.

    **All vehicles must stay in line behind the Sheriff and Fire Department vehicles.



    Save The Date 

    A Virtual Senior Awards Program will be held on Wednesday, May 27th. 

    Watch the website for more details.

    If you have earned any scholarships, please contact Ms. Fall at


    May 28, 2020 at 2 pm

    Junior (virtual) College Fair with recruiters

    More details to come!


    Class of 2020

    Class of 2020 Senior Slideshow

    Click Here

    Choir Members
    Attention CHS Singers!
    Love to sing in the shower?  Want to sing with others and grow your skills?  
    Sign up for choir now!  
    The CHS Choral Department is full of wonderful ensembles, performance opportunities, and great community!
    There are three choirs offered at CHS:
    Girls Ensemble - Non-audition and women only
    Concert Choir - Simple Audition (virtual this year), men and women mixed
    Vocal Jazz - Ya like Jazz?  This is an advanced, competitive choir of men and women.  Audition (virtual) necessary and participation in a Concert ensemble (Band/Choir) is a prerequisite.
    Not sure which choir is the best "fit" for you?   Ask Miss Bronson at!
    Happy singing!

    Principal's Video Message - 4/29/20

    Dear Parents and Students:

    Last week the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction came out with the guidelines and rules for grading during the school closure period for High Schools.  I am writing this letter to share Cashmere High School’s policy during this time.

    Cashmere High School Grading Guidelines 2020

    The following is taken directly from OSPI and is considered policy for second semester 2020:

    Students taking credit-bearing high school level work will be graded using the following principles:

    1. Do no harm!
    2. Every student will get an opportunity to improve their grade with their March 17 status as a baseline.
    3. No student will receive a “pass,” “fail,” or “no credit” grade for any course.
    4. Teachers will assign grades—A through D--or assign an “I - incomplete” for students that cannot engage in an equitable way or choose not to engage in remote learning.
    5. Every class taken during the closure period will be given a statewide designator on the high school transcript to denote the unique environment in which the course was taken.
    6. Students assigned an “incomplete” for a course will be given opportunities to re-engage in the learning standards based on Cashmere School District decisions in consultation with the student/parents/guardians, including but not limited to:
      1. Summer school,
      2. Courses in the following term or year,
    • Independent study,
    1. Competency-based courses,
    2. Online courses, or
    3. Backfilling the incomplete grade with the letter grade obtained in the next course taken in that subject area.
    • Students may be called back to school early to make up course work in the fall.
    1. All students will be given an opportunity to engage in continuous learning to maintain or improve their mastery of essential standards.

    “This statewide framework will create more consistency across the state, but districts will still decide which letter grade system to use. However, “F’s” will not be an option. This is a very complex problem, and I am incredibly grateful to the parents, students, and educators across the state who offered their ideas and input.”  Chris Reykdal, Superintendent of Public Instruction for the State of Washington

    Do No Harm” clause definition:

    • Students are not penalized for missing assignments if they do not have proper technology, including Wi Fi.
    • A student who is sick and is unable to participate will not be penalized for missing assignments.
    • Other individual circumstances may be considered.
    • A student will receive at minimum the grade they would have received when school closure occurred. Students may improve their grades based on what they turn in and complete remotely.

    However, this portion of the policy does not automatically mean you will advance to the next course in the progression. It is important that you engage in your classes with your teachers for many reasons:

    • The necessary skills to move on to the next level of your subject. (ex. English 9 to English 10 or Spanish I to Spanish II)
    • For Juniors and Seniors - Acquiring the necessary credits and skills for graduation and post high school, college, trade school, the military or the work force.
    • Ensure you get college credit from your College in the High School courses.
    • Improving your grade

    Students, especially seniors I urge you to check you school email or contact you teachers by phone, text or email and please be engaged in your learning for the remainder of this Remote Learning period.  If you have any questions about the new grading policy, please feel free to contact me anytime.

    I miss seeing the students and parents at school and activities.  I am anxiously awaiting the time when we can get back to our normal school activities. 


    Tony Boyle, Principal


    Dear Cashmere School District Families,

    During this unprecedented time, we want to thank you for the grace and patience you have shown us as we transition from learning in classrooms to learning in a new virtual environment. The push to take our academic programs online has required a great deal of learning by our faculty and staff (and we imagine your family as well), and while we have learned much over the past six weeks, we know we have more to learn and areas we can improve upon. Further, we recognize we are in this together and collaboration with our families is critical to the continued success of our distance learning program.

    With this in mind, in an effort to take stock of our efforts thus far and gain feedback from our families, we are requesting you complete a distance learning survey at the link provided. In addition, if you have multiple students in our schools, we are also requesting you complete the survey for each individual student so that we can get specific information for differing grade levels. Your input is invaluable to us as we strive to improve our distance learning model and we thank you in advance for completing the survey. As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your teachers, principals, or the district office with questions, concerns, or comments.

    Thanks again,

    Scott Brown

    Cashmere High School

    Assistant Principal

    Link to Survey


    Buy your CHS 2020 yearbook today! Click HERE  



    Special Education Covid-19 Closure Impacts

    Please click HERE to view information from the Cashmere School District's Federal Programs Director, Lisa Avila, on how the Covid-19 closure is impacting our Special Education Services.



    Driver's Ed

    Driver's Ed


    Sign up sheet is on Officer Mutch's window


      Future Friday

    Attention: Seniors & Juniors -  Sign up in the Career/Counseling Office for Future Fridays!



    Bulldog Gear




    Designed by: Cashmere DECA

    Get yours at Mr.G's RIGHT NOW!!

    GoOoOo DAWGS!!

    Buy your yearbook now

    Order your yearbook online at or in the CHS office with Mrs. Landes!


    Senior Schedule

    Click HERE for the 2020 Seniors' Schedule


    Chelan County Sheriffs Reward Good Behavior at Cashmere High School

     Drivers Safety Drawing

    This morning with the help of Washington Traffic Safety and a grant from State Farm, we were able to give GOOD TICKETS away to students who were driving safely wearing seat belts and not using cell phones.  Student passengers were also given GOOD TICKETS.  Students put their name on the ticket and placed it into a basket near the front door of the school.  At about 8:05, we drew a random name and Hector Hernandez won a $139 gift card from Amazon.  ($139 is the cost of a normal ticket.)  See Deputy Mutch, our School Resource Officer, for more details.  



    Confluence Health Flier

  • The Cashmere School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, disability, or age in its program or activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The Cashmere School District offers classes in many Career and Technical Education program areas including Business and Marketing, Agricultural Education, Technology and Industry, and Family and Consumer Science under its open admissions policy. For more information about Career and Technical Education course offerings and admissions criteria, contact Chris Cloakey, Director of Career and Technical Education, 329 Tigner Rd, Cashmere, WA 98815, 509-782-3904. Lack of English language proficiency will not be a barrier to admission and participation in Career and Technical Education programs.                                                                                                        The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:

    El Distrito Escolar de Cashmere no discrimina por motivos de sexo, raza, color, origen nacional, discapacidad o edad en su programa o actividades y brinda acceso igualitario a los Boy Scouts y a otros grupos juveniles designados. Bajo su política de admisiones abiertas, el Distrito Escolar de Cashmere ofrece clases en varias áreas de Carreras Profesionales y Educación Técnica, que incluyen Negocios y Mercadeo, Educación de Agricultura, Tecnología e Industria, y Ciencia de Familia y del Consumidor. Para mayor información acerca de la oferta de cursos de Carreras Profesionales y Educación Técnica y los criterios de admisión, póngase en contacto con Chris Cloakey, Director de Carrera y Educación Técnica, 329 Tigner Rd, Cashmere, WA 98815, 509-782-3904. La falta de competencia del idioma Ingles no será un impedimento para la admisión y participación en programas de Carreras Profesionales y Educación Técnica.                                                                                                           Las siguientes personas han sido designadas para responder consultas relacionadas con las políticas de no discriminación:

    Title IX Coordinator – Scott Brown, 329 Tigner Rd, Cashmere (509) 782-2914

    Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator – Glenn Johnson, 210 S Division, Cashmere (509) 782-3355

    Section 504/ADA Coordinator - Lisa Avila, 101 Pioneer Ave, Cashmere, (509) 782-2710

    Questions or comments? Contact:

    Notification of Rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

    The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level. Students to whom the rights have transferred are "eligible students."

    Parents or eligible students have the following rights in regards to student education records:

    • The right to inspect and review the student’s education record.  District Procedure 3231 (Student Records) specifies the process for the inspection and review of student education records.

    • The right to request amendment of the student’s education records that the parent or eligible student believes is inaccurate or misleading.  Parents or eligible students who wish to request that the District amend their child’s or their education record should write the school principal, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it should be changed. If the District decides not to amend the record as requested by the parent or eligible student, the District will notify the parent or eligible student of the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment.  Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the parent or eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing.  

    • The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent.  One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official typically includes a person employed by the District as an administrator, supervisor, instructor, or support staff member (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel) or a person serving on the School Board. A school official may also include a person or company with whom Spokane Public Schools has outsourced services or functions it would otherwise use its own employees to perform (such as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist); a parent or student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee; or a parent, student, or other volunteer assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility.

    • The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the district to comply with the requirements of FERPA.

    • The right to information about who to contact to seek access or amendment of education records.

    Directory Information: Federal law allows a school district to identify certain items as “directory information” that may be publicly released without permission of parents or eligible students upon the condition that the parent or eligible student be notified annually of the school's intention to release such information and be provided the opportunity to indicate that such information is not to be released without prior consent.  Cashmere School District identifies “directory information” as the student's name, photograph, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, dates of attendance, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, dates of attendance, diplomas and awards received and the most recent previous school attended.  Directory information shall not be released for commercial reasons.  Any parent or eligible student who does not consent to the school’s release of their student’s directory information must provide written notice to the school.  Please contact office staff at your student’s school to obtain additional information on how and when you may provide this notice.”

    El Acto de Privacidad y Derechos Académicos (FERPA)

    El acto de Privacidad y Derechos Academicos (FERPA) es una ley federal que protege la privacidad de los records educacionales de los estudiantes. La ley se aplica a todas las escuelas que recibe fondos por las programas del Departamento de Educación de los Estados Unidos. FERPA le da ciertos derechos para los padres de familia en relación con los records educativos de sus estudiantes. Estos derechos luego se transfiere al estudiante cuando cumplen 18 años o asisten a una escuela después de completar el nivel de preparatoria. Si el estudiante recibe la transferencia de los derechos, todavía se consideran como estudiantes protegidos por estos derechos.

     -Los padres o estudiantes que reciben la transferencia de los derechos tienen la capacidad de revisar los records educacionales que son mantenidos por la escuela. Aparte de razones en que los padres o estudiantes que reciben los derechos no son capaces de ver los records por distancia, las escuelas no son obligados a proporcionar copias de los records. Las escuelas que proporcionan estas copias de records educacionales tienen el derecho de cobrar para imprimirlo.

     -Los padres o estudiantes que reciben la transferencia de los derechos tienen la capacidad de peticionar que las escuelas cambian los records en caso de que hay un error. Si la escuela decide no cambiar el record, los padres o estudiantes que reciben los derechos a pedir un audiencia formal en el corte. Después de la audiencia formal, si la escuela decide no cambiar el record, los padres o estudiantes que reciben los derechos tienen permiso añadir los cambios en que originalmente pidieron la petición.

    Las escuelas pueden revelar información como los nombres de los estudiantes, dirección de hogar, numero de teléfono, fecha de nacimiento, reconocimientos, y records de asistencia. En estos casos, las escuelas tienen que notificar los padres y estudiantes de la revelación de este información con anticipación para que los padres y estudiantes pueden pedir que no publican este información. Las escuelas tienen que notificar a los padres y estudiantes cada año de sus derechos por (FERPA). La forma en como la escuela notifica los padres sera dirigido por la escuela.

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