La Conner Schools

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  •  Transitional Kindergarten Survey

    Transitional Kindergarten Survey

    La Conner School District is currently gathering information on whether there is a need in our community for a transitional kindergarten program. If you have a child who will be four years old on or before August 31, 2024, they may qualify for a place in a transitional kindergarten classroom. Please complete this survey to help us determine whether or not there is a need for this program in our community.

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  •  Kitchen Wars with students

    La Conner Braves competing in "Kitchen Wars" at Northwest Career and Technical Academy. NCTA culinary arts students compete, preparing an appetizer and a mocktail, with service to 100+ "civilian" judges.

    Josie and Lydia's team created an excellent Spanakopita Mac & Cheese, and an equally nice mock-tail. Johnathan was on a different culinary team, and Victoria was there in a business-class capacity, welcoming and directing guests. Victoria joined other NCTA students to sell Kitchen Wars and NCTA merchandise while managing the event. Lydia describes their creation to Ms. Clothier and Josie (background) is being interviewed by the Skagit Valley Herald. Teams consist of students mixed in from all valley schools. Those eating and judging pay to participate. Some 10-12 teams from NCTA were competing at this well-run, fun, and filling event!

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  •  Tommy Murdock

    Congratulations to Tommy Murdock, SVH Athlete of the Week! We are thrilled to announce that Tommy Murdock, a senior and reigning state 2B hurdles champion, has been selected as the SVH Athlete of the Week for his outstanding achievements in track & field!

    At the recent Northwest 2B/1B League Championships, Tommy displayed incredible skill and determination by winning an impressive four individual events. His performances were nothing short of exceptional, showcasing his talent and dedication to the sport. Tommy’s accomplishments include sweeping the 110- and 300-meter hurdles, with times of 14.63 and 39.46, respectively. He also secured gold medals in the 100-meter dash (11.48) and the 200-meter dash (23.40). Notably, Tommy broke his own school record in the 110 hurdles, marking the third consecutive race in which he has achieved a sub-15-second time. As the defending state champion in the 110 hurdles and a two-time defending state champion in the 300 hurdles, Tommy’s success on the track is truly remarkable and serves as an inspiration to his teammates and peers. Congratulations again to Tommy Murdock on this well-deserved recognition as SVH Athlete of the Week. We are proud of your accomplishments and look forward to your continued success in the future!

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  •  Hallie Walls

    Congratulations to Hallie Walls, La Conner High School's exceptional senior! Hallie has been chosen as the Soroptimist International of La Conner Honored Student for April, a testament to her outstanding contributions to our school and community.

    Hallie's involvement in various activities showcases her dedication and passion. From narrating the school play to co-captaining the Knowledge Bowl team for four years, her commitment shines through. She has also been an integral part of the school golf team since sophomore year, showcasing her skills on the green. Beyond academics and sports, Hallie is deeply involved in community service. She is an active member of the Varsity in Volunteerism Club and Key Club, organizing events like the recent blood drive. Her volunteer work extends to the local food bank and honoring veterans on Memorial Day. In her academic pursuits, Hallie's love for history shines through. As an online student in the Running Start program at Skagit Valley College, she has immersed herself in history courses. Outside of school, Hallie enjoys computer games and worked at Hedlin Family Farms last summer. Her future plans include a four-year college experience, although she's undecided on her major. Hallie's achievements and dedication are commendable, and she will be receiving a gift certificate from Vintage La Conner as a token of recognition for her outstanding contributions. Congratulations again to Hallie Walls, an exemplary member of our community!

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    Safety Tip Line

    Safety School Tip Line - Our mission is to promote a culture of learning in which all students can succeed while feeling happy, healthy, and safe. We want to give a Shout-Out to those of you who are part of the solution to keep our schools a welcoming, safe, and comfortable space. When you send messages (anonymously or not)through our La Conner School District Safety Tip Line, we get them and can take action. Your communications are welcome and appreciated!

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    The board authorizes the use of video surveillance on district property to maintain the health, welfare, and safety of students, staff, and visitors and to protect district equipment and facilities. 

    District Values:  Accountability * Respect * Integrity

    Mission Statement - Our Mission is to strengthen excellence in education through equity. We will continue our intense focus on individual students, so they can successfully launch into their next level of career and education, near and far.

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    Every Brave a Lifelong Learner

    Parents have the right to review the highly qualified status of their child's teachers. All current La Conner SD teachers meet the standard for Highly Qualified teachers as set forth by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. For more information, contact the District Office at 360.466.3171. For problems accessing district information due to language difficulties, please contact Beth Clothier, Director of Teaching and Learning: (360)466-3171 ext 5000
    Si necesita alguna información traducida a otro idioma, por favor, comuníquese con el Señor Will Nelson, EdD el director de servicios especiales, a (360)466-3171 Will Nelson, EdD

    The Nondiscrimination Statement for La Conner SD - La Conner School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities based on sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. We have designated the following employees to handle questions and complaints about alleged discrimination: Civil Rights, Title IX, and Section 504 Coordinator, David Cram 360-466-3171, David Cram P.O. Box 2103, La Conner 98257-2103.