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During the middle school assembly, a group of students were taught to counter attack an intruder as a last resource.
MANSON - Manson School District taught students the ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) training with a district-wide drill on October 26. The elementary, middle school and high school students all took part in the training, all of them through a different approach. In each classroom...

A few of the staff and students who took part that day.
On October 24th, Chelan Middle School and Chelan High School celebrated Unity Day, which is sponsored by https://www.pacer.org/bullying/nbpm/unity-day.asp.  The CHS Kind Club and advisor Amber Finch took the lead on advertising, and students and staff wore orange to signify unity against bullying...
MANSON - All Manson School District Staff recently participated in an ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) training which better prepares school staff to more proactively handle the threat of an armed intruder or active shooter event. The training is a part of an overall “layered”...

Manson music teacher Matt Brown proudly stands in front of his band room.
MANSON – Manson Secondary School’s music teacher Matt Brown was selected as Regional Teacher of the Year back in May and earlier this month he traveled to Olympia to compete for State Teacher of the Year. Nine people from around the state were selected as Teachers of the Year for their particular...
MANSON – Fifty Manson band students will be traveling to Seattle to perform during the Husky football half time show on Saturday, Sept. 22. “We are going to be leaving here 9:15, 9:30, somewhere around there and traveling over to the University of Washington, taking 50 band students in uniform to...

Titus Petersen
Titus Petersen, Manson High School student, is among eight local finalists nominated for the “Future Technology Leader of the Year” award sponsored by the Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance (GWATA) for individuals who developed inspirational technology projects.    Titus was nominated...

Deputy Hunter helps with serving lunch in Manson. This helps him interact with the students.
CHELAN/MANSON: Deputy Nigel Hunter is the new School Resource Officer for the Lake Chelan and Manson School Districts. Deputy Hunter has been serving both school districts since the start of the new school year. He has been involved in law enforcement for three years. “I started in 2001, I started...
Enrollment has nearly tripled at Roots Community School (RCS) since the new school opened its doors in 2017. Thirty-five students entered the school year on September 4, 2018 – nearly a three-fold increase from the twelve students in 2017. “We are excited to welcome so many new families to the...

Bailey Dezellem, new Ag Ed, FFA at Chelan High School
CHELAN – After teaching for seven years away from home in East Wenatchee and Oregon, Bailey Dezellem found her way closer to her family in Brewster, as the new CTE Agriculture Education teacher and FFA Advisor for Chelan High School. “A couple of people in the community asked me to apply and kept...

The 2018 girls soccer team taking the baseline test.
Chelan Athletics would like to thank Dr. Trent Lyman and the Lake Chelan Community Hospital for all their support with our student-athletes. There are many programs they provide for us. Most recently, with all the concerns around concussions, Dr. Lyman and his staff have provided a concussion...

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