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Rooter Bus Permission Slip

posted Feb 2, 2019, 7:44 PM by Shaun Campbell

Incoming Freshmen

posted Jul 8, 2018, 6:56 PM by Ryan Greene

As we are in the middle of summer and some of us are starting to think about back to school shopping, I wanted to remind all incoming freshmen that you will have a chance to purchase our Freshmen Binder Bundles.  We would like all of our freshmen to have the same supplies as we introduce our AVID program to an elective class next school year.  All of our freshmen will have the opportunity to get your bundles at our Freshmen Orientation on September 4th.  If you would like to buy your own supplies, please make sure that you get the list at the office before you go shopping.  Thanks and have a restful rest of summer---Mr. Greene   

Financial Reality Fair

posted Apr 19, 2018, 3:54 PM by Ryan Greene

Juniors and seniors got the opportunity to practice real life math skills at the Financial Reality Fair. Hosted by Fibre Federal Credit Union, students were given a monthly income and credit limit. They had to go around to multiple booths and spend their hard earned "money" on things like housing, food, entertainment and transportation. At the end of the activity students added up their spending to see if they had lived within their means. 

The volunteers from Fibre were impressed with how kind and respectful the students were. 

Congratulations---Kim Karnofski

posted Mar 26, 2018, 9:54 AM by Ryan Greene

Congratulations are in order for Kim Karnofski, she was awarded the PSE “RISE” award on Wednesday, March 21st for the outstanding work she demonstrates daily with our students at Castle Rock High School.  She is the regional winner and she will have a chance to be the national winner at an award ceremony, in May in Washington D.C.  Kim will also have the opportunity to represent Castle Rock at the state conference in August in Tri-Cities.  This award couldn’t have been given to a better person, and we thank Kim for the continued support that she gives our students.

Student-Led Conference (Save the date)

posted Feb 12, 2018, 11:54 AM by Ryan Greene

Please save the date of March 13th and 14th for student-led conferences at the high school.  This year we will have every student in the 9th-11th grade participating and presenting during conference week.  Each student will have 20 minutes to present their topic to their parents, in addition to talking about their grades and making a plan moving forward.  After the conference, the student and the parent will be asked to go to the library, where Mrs. Wilson will be helping forecast for next years classes.  This will be a great time to see where your child is and to start planning for the upcoming school year. 

No School Friday

posted Jan 25, 2018, 1:40 PM by Shaun Campbell

There is no school Friday, January 26.  This was designated as a snow make-up day.  Since there have been no days cancelled due to inclement weather, this day is a day off of school.

January 25 is the last day of semester 1.  We look forward to starting the second half of the year on Monday, January 29.  Seniors: You are half way there!  You can do it!

Final Schedule (January 22th-26th)

posted Jan 21, 2018, 9:26 AM by Ryan Greene

I wanted to share the final schedule with you.  Individual teachers might have a different schedule, so plase check their teacher website for more information.

Monday-Science and Social Studies
Tuesday- English and Electives
Wednesday- Early Release (shorter classes, no finals)
Thursday- Math 

End of the semester

posted Jan 18, 2018, 12:34 PM by Ryan Greene

I wanted to remind everyone that the end of the semester is fast approaching.  Our last day of the semester is January 25th and we will have our grades updated as soon as possible after that.  This is a great time to talk to your child and make sure they are doing everything they can to get their grades up.  Also, make sure they are ready for their finals.  We will have finals the week of January 22nd-January 25th.  If you have questions about your child's final schedule, please go to their teacher's web pages.  Teachers should have an updated schedule of when their finals will take place.

December Students of the Month

posted Jan 5, 2018, 11:10 AM by Shaun Campbell   [ updated Jan 5, 2018, 11:11 AM ]

Congrats to our December Students of the Month!


Rocio Alcala

Rocio is an incredibly hard working student. She always comes to class prepared and is always on task. Rocio turns in assignments that show in depth thought and a deep understanding of the topics.


Macy Mcintosh

Macy is a hard working student who truly cares about how she does in class, not just a grade but understanding the topic. Her work is meticulous, and she always strives for excellence.


Madison Neves

Maddie is always will to help others in Floriculture and works hard on her projects.  She is always productive and striving to make her arrangements better.  Her willingness to help others is appreciated and noticed in a large floral class.


Joseph Hernandez

Joseph consistently works and plays hard. He is considerate and caring of others.  Joseph is a great role model.

Fine Arts

Alyssa Moore takes her role as Drama Club president very seriously.  She did a tremendous amount of extra work to bring the Christmas play to life and always keeps positive pressure on Ms. Palmer to set up open mic nights, meetings, and the next production.  She also participates in drama class on her own time in order to learn more about acting and theatre production.


Alexandra Belov always gives 100% effort in pe. She shows up with a positive attitude and tries her best every day. She is a great role model for those around her.

World Languages

Howard Beer

It has been my pleasure to have Howard in my Spanish classes. He has always demonstrated his love of the language through his dedication and curiosity. He is a wonderful example of an ideal student, hard working, dedicated, respectful and most important a good person. Keep being curious and dedicated Howard, you will go very far in life!

Social Studies

Zoe Naugle: Always asks questions when the class is working on a special project and is very diligent about completing her assignments on time, whether it is in class or homework. She works hard in class and engages with questions and responses when called upon.   

Student Support

Mariah Martinez is always polite and has a positive attitude. She gives 100% effort in math and study skills. She asks questions when she doesn’t understand something or needs clarification. She is a positive addition to the classroom.


Ezekel Eldridge

Zeke runs cash register for concessions and consistently has a balanced tape.  He is always willing to volunteer, even on short notice.

Athletics - Boy

Ryan Hurley- Ryan is one of the hardest workers in practice, he works extremely hard to do whatever it takes for the success of the team and himself. He won one of the key matches against Centralia to keep the team on track to win the home dual.  He has stepped up in a leadership role while other wrestlers have been injured to prevent any dropoff in team performance. -Coach Godinho

Athletics -Girl

Sophia Ogden.

Sophia is being recognized for Girl's Athletics because of her hard work and dedication to basketball. At practice, Sophia gives 100% on every drill and technique. She is patient and helpful in teaching the rest of her team how to do each drill and setting the example for how it is done. During games, Sophia consistently leads her team in a positive way and leaves everything she has on the floor for the betterment of her team. Sophia is the type of athlete that every coach is very excited to have on their team. Keep up the great work Sophia!!!

~Coach Allen and Coach King


No early release on January 3rd

posted Dec 29, 2017, 8:11 AM by Ryan Greene

I want to welcome everyone back from Winter break and remind you Wednesday, January 3rd is our first day back from break.  I also wanted to remind you that we will not have an early release that day.  Students will get out of school at the normal time of 2:55.  Hope everyone had a restful break and I look forward to a great 2018.

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