Welcome to Wahkiakum School District serving Cathlamet, Skamakawa, Puget Island, Rosburg, and Grays River, WA. 
	Photo of J A Wendt Elementary School in the Wahkiakum School District;
	Home of the Cathlamet High School Mules Football, Basketball, and Sports Teams;
	Also referred to as the Cathlamet School District, Puget Island Schools, Skamokawa School District, and Skamokawa Schools


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Wahkiakum School District

500 South 3rd Street, Cathlamet, WA 98612
Office Telephone: 360.795.3271

Educating Students in Cathlamet, Puget Island,
Skamokawa, Rosburg, and Gray's River in Southwest Washington

District Superintendent: Bob Garrett
Wahkiakum School District Home Page

Wahkiakum High School Principal: Dan Casler
Wahkiakum High School Home Page

John C. Thomas Middle School Principal: Theresa Libby
John C Thomas Middle School Home Page

J.A. Wendt Kindergarten
and Elementary School Principal: Theresa Libby
J A Wendt Elementary School Home Page

Links to Helpful Information:
Wahkiakum School District in Cathlamet, WA

School Year Calendar       Photo of a Wahkiakum School District Bus on a Fall Morning; 
	The Wahkiakum School District offers bus service for Cathlamet, Skamokawa, Puget Island, Rosburg, and Grays River, WA. 
	Call the recorded hotline at 360.430.4858 for information on the bus schedule and school closures       Upcoming Events

Wahkiakum High School: Home of the Mules Sports Teams

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Wahkiakum Family Access Web Portal

Wahkiakum School District's WA State Report Card

	Welcome to Wa Ki Hi Sign at Wahkiakum High School - designed and welded by students; The Wahkiakum School District Serves Cathlamet, Puget Island, and Skamokawa, Washington
Click on the "Wa Ki Hi" Mule to Enlarge

Wahkiakum Schools: Some Snapshots
Caring, nurturing, creative teachers for 500 students altogether.
Small classes at all levels - elementary, middle, and high school - also contribute to a quality education.

Mission Statement
We believe that education is a partnership with
responsibility shared by all: school, family, students, and community.
All individuals shall be provided a safe, positive environment where
they may reach their full potential as responsible citizens.

Here are some links to recent articles written about the academic programs and curriculum at the Wahkiakum School District

photo, Mules wrestlers land academic title
Wrestlers Awarded
Academic Title
photo, Cathlamet volunteers building the grade school playground
A Community That
Loves Its Kids

photo, metal sculpture of the steamboat Telephone built by Wahkiakum High School students
Building a Metal Sculpture
for the Community

and...The Eagle Sculpture:
From Fire to Flight

Photo from the Longview Daily News: Wahkiakum High School junior Mike Weiler talks with J.A. Wendt Elementary students about his
	 life-sized inflatable whale Tuesday. Throughout the day, Weiler invited students inside the creature for a presentation about
	  humpback whales, how they feed and where they live. Whale of a
Class Project at the
J.A. Wendt
Elementary School

Wahkiakum Tops
State Average
on Standardized Tests

Wahkiakum Teachers Are the Greatest!

From Trivia to Equations
Students Vie in
Knowledge Bowl

Warm Mule Train
a Pleasant Refuge
on a Cold Night

Wahkiakum High School Football - Team Mascot:  The Mules

Taking the Room
Out of the Class
Project Based

Teen Logging Games
Showcase Way of Life

Technology Projects
Trying Not Optional

The 5th Quarter
Fills Football Nights
on Puget Island

Photo Longview Daily News: Wahkiakum High School students gather around a 
   bonfire Friday at Diane and Lee Tischer's home on Puget Island. On Friday nights, the Tischers host 
   post-football parties that attract between 60 and 80 students.

Mules Success Started
with Sandlot Games

Mules Sports Teams Rule!

Click for More Mules Sports News!

Wahkiakum High School Sports Colors - Black and Red - Team Mascot: Mules

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