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Call our circulation department ator our support. If you'd like to post an event to our calendar, you can create a free by clicking here. The new superintendent of the Chimacum School district has a taste for blueberries. Across from the blueberry bushes in the school garden, he sat at a dusty table and shared his vision for the district.
He knows what its like to be in the shoes of those who are working with him: in 30 years of alternative and traditional education, Mauk has been a principal, athletic director, union leader, small school director, alternative educator, and teacher.
A long-time Whidbey Island resident, Mauk raised two children with his former partner before remarrying. On his second honeymoon, he fell in love with Jefferson County at Finn River during September a few years ago. When the superintendent position opened up, he jumped at the opportunity. Mental illness. COVID fatigue. Online-only classes are an option for grades K But Mauk applauds the work of each and every individual who kept Chimacum kids in school during arguably the toughest challenge in school history.
Social and emotional learning and support will be provided for all grade levels. Enrollment s, which plummeted last year, have risen.
The incoming class will be mostly 6 year olds instead of 5 year-olds, a ificant difference in physical development, social conditioning, and learning aptitude. They may be so excited simply to be socializing with other students that they may need some time to adjust to a traditional classroom. While Mauk has only met a few kids and teachers since July 1, his first day as superintendent, he is enthused about the return to in-person classes.
Chimacum schools will require masking for all individuals when indoors, and will be using rapid COVID tests to help curb any potential outbreaks. The student board, whom Mauk had high praise for, also requested rapid tests so public gatherings, such as homecoming, would be a possibility. According to coronavirus. Mauk describes himself as hands-on in leadership style only as it relates to staying visible, and hands-off to allow trust and efficacy.
We will also create meaningful ways to incorporate student voices in all parts of our district.
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