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The Centralia School District is the largest district in Lewis County, with a May 2014 student population of 3,609 students. The district includes a traditional four-year high school, an alternative high school, a two-year middle school, five primary/intermediate elementary schools, and a special services cooperative.
 
We are dedicated to providing a quality education to all students through programs and facilities that Centralians are justly proud of.
 
Our Community
Located in scenic Southwest Washington, Centralia's  16,300 residents enjoy the beauty and activities offered by the great outdoors. Skiing, mountain climbing, hiking, fishing, boating, and ocean beaches are all within a 100-mile radius of Centralia. In addition, our location almost exactly between Seattle and Portland gives residents easy access to all that both metropolitan areas have to offer.

Centralia is home to the state's oldest continuously operating community college, which offers a wide variety of educational opportunities.
CHS STEM BUILDING COMMUNITY PLEDGE DRIVE
Centralia High School has been awarded a preliminary grant from OSPI in the amount of $3.616 million to construct a new STEM wing!

In order to secure the OSPI funding, the district must gather community support totaling at least $100,000. This support may be in the form of in-kind or monetary giving. If you or your business would like to be a part of this exciting project to enhance STEM education in Centralia for generations, please contact Karen Curtis (360-330-7600).
 
 

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Union Negotiations Update

  • May 11, 2016 Update:

    The parties had the opportunity to meet and reach agreement on some minor issues. The dialog was positive and productive as both sides look forward to continuing to work toward agreement.

    May 10, 2016 Update:

    The Centralia School District and the Centralia Education Assocaiation (CEA) have now started a new negotiations process. The scheduled dates are May 10, May 27, June 20 and June 22. 

    We look forward to a productive process that respects our hardworking teachers and supports our district's investments in facilities, technologies, and operations. Together we will work to improve the education and safety of our students.

    We are also in negotiations with our full and part-time teamsters associations, which represent groups like buidling secretaries, maintenance, and other classified staff members.

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