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  • School Building Phone Numbers
    Nooksack Valley High School  -
    Nooksack Valley Middle School - 966-7561
    Nooksack Elementary Schoool - 966-3321
    Sumas Elementary School -
    Everson Elementary School -
    Center for Children and Families  - 988-9423
    Bus Garage - 966-2311
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  • Map of Nooksack Valley School District Borders
    Please click here to view a map of the Nooksack Valley School District borders.
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    2015-2016 School Year Calendar
    Please click here to view a printable PDF file of the 2015-2016 School Year Calendar.
    The first student day will be September 2, 2015.
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    Request for Non-Resident Admission/Choice Agreement Form 
    Please use this form to request transfer of your student from one school district to another.  Submit the completed, signed  form to the district office.
    Click here to view the printable PDF file of this form.
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    Intent to Home School Form 2015-2016 
     Use this for to report your families intent to home school your student.  This must be submitted to the district office by September 15, 2015.
    Please click here to view the printable Intent to Home School Form. 
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    2015-2016 K-12 Immunization Requirements
    Please click here to view the immunization requirements for registration in grades kindergarten through 12.
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    2015-2016 Preschool Immunization Requirements
    Please click here to view the immunization requirements for preschool registrations.
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    Student Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying Policy 
    Please click here to view a PDF file of this policy. 
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    ASB Fund Balances for school years 2012-2013 and 2013-2014
    Please click here to view the ASB Fund Balance Report as of October 2014 for the 2014-2015 school year.
    Please click here to view the ASB Fund Balance Report for the 2014-2015 school year. 
     Please click here to view the ASB Fund Balance Report for the 2012-2013 school Year.
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To find the web page for your student's school go the the "select a school" drop down menu located above the logo on the top of the main page.  Click on this drop down menu and the select the school you wish to see. 

Nooksack Valley School District Needs Substitute Employees

 Have you ever considered working as a substitute employee?  The role of a substitute teacher or staff member is highly valued by the District.  Substitutes provide services which allow the District to continue a quality educational program when a staff member is absent.  Substitutes work in both certificated (teaching) and classified (support) positions such as:

  • office support
  • food service workers
  • teacher assistants
  • custodians (day or night shifts)
  • bus drivers

 Substitute employment packets may be obtained at the District office.  If you are interested in finding out more information about either of these opportunities, or if you would like to have materials mailed to you, please contact Glenna Nolte at (360) 988-4754.


Important information about Nooksack Valley School District

Bonds and Levies

1.   What is the difference between a bond and levy?  A simple way to think of the difference is that BONDS ARE FOR BUILDING and LEVIES ARE FOR LEARNING.  Our recently passed bond issue (which passed by almost 70%) is paying for replacing our 1947 middle school, remodeling our high school (replacing the 1954 sections), and adding classrooms to Nooksack Elementary to account for growth.  These bonds will be paid for over a twenty year period, much like a home mortgage.

Our current levy pays for about 20% of the operation of our schools.  This includes addition teachers to lower class size, curriculum and instructional materials, technology, supplies, transportation, extracurricular activities (athletics, music, drama, etc.), professional development for our staff, and so on.  We pass levies every four years.

2.    When does our current levy expire?  Our current levy expires in 2016.  We will be running a replacement levy on February 16, 2016.  Passage of this levy will replace the current expiring levy, and maintain our existing levels of support for the teaching, learning, and operations of our schools.  All levies are critical for our students and allow us to provide quality education inside of the quality school buildings our community has provided through bonds. 

3.    What is the status of the bond construction projects?  Each of the three projects are progressing through the design phase.  We are working with our architects to ensure that each design meets the needs of our students, staff and community, deliver on our responsibility to our community, and stay within the budget we have set forth.  At this time, we are planning to be ready to bid and begin construction of our middle school and elementary classrooms in the spring of 2016.  Our high school project is on track to beginning construction in the summer of 2016. 

At the same time we have just completed the formal application process to the state for receiving state “matching funds”.  As a reminder, we are eligible to receive state assistance for both the middle school and high school projects.  Original estimates indicate that we would receive about $7,500,000.  Combining these funds with our local bond revenues will allow us to complete our projects as promised. 

One final note for now.  Those of you with middle school age students will be happy to know that we are now planning to build the new middle school directly behind the existing building.  This means that none of our students will be taught in portable classrooms during the construction phase.  Less disruptions mean more learning!






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