Lewis & Clark Elementary School News

Now Hiring Bus Drivers

September 17, 2019

The Wenatchee School District is hiring school substitute bus drivers for the important job of transporting students to and from school. This is an ideal job for retirees, stay-...

Beginning in the 2019/20 school year a new law requires schools with 70% or more of their student body qualifying for free and reduced meals and all Community Eligibility School...

*IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING 2019-2020 BUS ROUTES* 1.  Route numbers have changed.  Route numbers will be posted on each bus.  Do not assume that your st...

Congratulations to the seventeen 3rd quarter Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Award winners. GEM nominees and quarterly winners were recognized in front of their peers during staff me...

The Association of Washington School Principals and the Elementary School Principals Association of Washington recognized Alfonso López  Principal at Lewis and Clark...

On a bluebird morning, a tree stands out in front of Lewis & Clark Elementary with branches outstretched and ready to reveal beautiful spring blossoms – The blossom is...

Register your Kindergarten student for the 2019-2020 school year by picking up an application at your boundary school.

They are now located in the Transportation Building at 1201 Millerdale Ave.

The 2019 Invent Wenatchee competition was held Friday, March 8 at the Pybus Public Market, Local Tel Event Center.  Student participants were 4th and 5th-grade studio stude...

Wenatchee School District has voted unanimously to approve the employment contract with Dr. Paul Gordon, who will begin his post as the District Superintendent on July 1, 2019. ...

Dr. Paul Gordon will be interviewing for the position of superintendent on February 21st. Gordon is the third of three finalists selected by the Wenatchee School Board of Direct...

Shawn Woodward will be interviewing for the position of superintendent on February 20th. Woodward is the second of three finalists selected by the Wenatchee School Board of Dire...

Michael Musick Ph.D will be interviewing for the position of superintendent on February 19th.  Musick is the first of three finalists selected by the Wenatchee School Board...

From time to time during the winter months, the weather may force a change in the normal school schedule. We want you to be prepared and know where to get information. Now is...

Although Chelan and Douglas Counties do not currently have a confirmed case of measles, public health officials are working closely with school districts and healthcare provider...

A recent social media challenge directed at children and young adults, called the “Momo Challenge”, is creating concern throughout the country. While there have been...

With recent changes in the law surrounding marijuana and the availability of edible pre-packaged products infused with marijuana, Wenatchee High School principal Eric Anderson a...

Be a part of the conversation! Starting on Monday, January 7 the Wenatchee School District will be participating in the Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning. Speak Up ...

The Wenatchee School Board of Directors invites those interested in participating in the final phase of the superintendent search to apply to serve on a stakeholder interview committee.

2 Hour Delay - Dec 12

December 12, 2018

2 Hour Delay This is an important message from Wenatchee School District. There will be a 2-Hour Delay For Wenatchee Schools on Wed, Dec. 12 All buses and school...

School Delays and Closures due to Inclement Weather: What you need to know It doesn’t happen very often, even in the snowy Wenatchee Valley, but occasionally school may b...

The Town Toyota Center marketing group have partnered with iFiber to recognize a teacher every quarter of the school year in North Central Washington. The public is encouraged t...

Survey for staff, students, parents, and community. The survey closes Nov. 1

Art is everywhere in Wenatchee. A stroll down Wenatchee Avenue is a chance to discover and delight in various works on display. Continue your walk to Riverfront Park, and you&rs...