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Preschool - 6.....$2.10
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Student & Parent Handbook
A little school with a BIG vision. Please read through what our mission is as well as review the schools' policies and expectations.
Middle School & High School Handbook
School Report Card
From data compiled from state assessments, you can see where we are at in reading, writing, math, and science.
Once upon a time there were three school districts: Pysht District 18, Clallam Bay District 304, and Sekiu District 16.
It wasn't until 1922 grades nine and ten were added to Clallam Bay's school. Up to then anyone interested in higher education had to travel outside of the community such as Forks, Joyce, and even Seattle. By 1925 grade eleven was included leaving fourth year students to continue secondary school in outside districts. There were eight to nine subjects taught daily with only one teacher, Mrs. Murray.
By 1931 all three schools had consolidated and the faculty had increased to include Miss Wynne, Miss Warner, and Mr. McLaughlin. It was also during this time Clallam Bay School was fully accredited.Due to the school's remarkable progress and excellent standards maintained the Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher School invited Clallam Bay School to join their association.
The first graduating class consisted of seven students: Virginia Maneval, Thelma Cowan, Irene Hanson, Georgia Sand, Ethyl Milke, Walter Meglasson and John Cowan.
We continue to be a small school with a BIG vision.