Covington Middle School

School Information

Address: 11200 NE Rosewood Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98662

Office Hours: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm | School Hours: 9:00 am - 2:15 pm | Early Release School Hours: Not Applicable while Remote

Phone: (360) 604-6300 | Fax: (360) 604-6302

Attendance Hotline: (360) 604-6305 | Attendance Email: Attendance_Covington@evergreenps.org

Principal: Tilly Meyer | Associate Principals: Marshall Pendleton & Jamie Johnston

Dean of Students: Amy Michet

Counselors: 6th Grade ~ Todd Kalbrener, 7th Grade ~ Liz Broderick, 8th Grade ~ Susha Pratt

All Classes are continuing Remotely until further notice

Covington’s first ever Virtual Open House!

You are welcome to attend Covington’s first ever Virtual Open House!

Please take a moment to review all the sessions offered.

Here is how it will work:

  • Time and Place WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27th 4:30-6:00PM on your computer.

  • Sessions are either drop-in whenever or designed for 15 minute increments so you can attend multiple sessions!

  • Meet up with your teacher or meet a new face at Covington

  • Have fun! Learn something new!

Video Links are located on the document

Virtual Open House Menu
Covington Families letter - Semester 2

Update to Second Semester Schedules

Dear Families,

Please take a moment to review the following document regarding 2nd Semester Schedules.

If you would like a paper copy of your child's schedule they will be available on Thursday, January 28th between 7:30AM and 3:30PM in the office.

Remote Learning - Weekly Schedule.pdf

Materials Distribution Information

Covington Materials Distribution - Parent Letter
Roadmap to Virtual Learning.pdf
EPS Middle School Live Learning Agreement
January 18-22 Weekly Schedule
January 25-29 Weekly Schedule

Revised Schedules

Hello Colt Families,

Covington will be using the revised schedules for the weeks of January 18 - 22 and 25 - 29.

Please note the following unique daily schedules:

Monday, January 18 - Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday - No School

Tuesday, January 19 - All classes will be live

Thursday, January 28 - Early Release, Periods 1, 3, & 5 Live in the morning

Friday, January 29 - Semester Break - No School

We are very excited to begin seeing more students in the classroom!

As we start this process, there will be a change to our current attestation procedure (now titled wellness screening).

An attestation/wellness screening is a confirmation that your student does not have any COVID symptoms and has not been exposed to COVID-19.

Wellness Screening Letter for Families
Draft for Families Spanish
Draft for Families -Russian

Process for students/families to use Skyward/Family Access

Student Attestation In-Person Protocol - Skyward

English

Student Attestation In-Person Protocol - Skyward Spanish

Spanish

Russian Copy of Student Attestation In-Person Protocol - Skyward

Russian

PH_WrapAround_English.pdf

Covid-19 Assistance

Isolating at home after testing positive for COVID-19 can be challenging. Public Health has funding available to help Clark County households make it through the isolation period and ease the financial burden.

MEAL DELIVERY SERVICE

In addition to the existing meal pick up schedules at schools, Evergreen PS Child Nutrition Services is offering a new meal delivery service for children located in the Covington Middle School attendance boundary areas.

SERVICIO DE ENTREGA DE COMIDAS

El Departamento de Nutrición Infantil de Evergreen PS ofrecerá un nuevo servicio de entrega de comidas para los niños que asisten a Covington, esto se llevará a cabo además del horario existente para recoger los alimentos directamente en la escuela.

ДОСТАВКА ПИТАНИЯ

В дополнение к существующему расписанию выдачи питания в Ковингтон, Эвергрин PS Отдел школьного питания предлагает новый вариант доставки еды для детей, проживающих на территории посещаемости школ Ковингтон.

Covington Boundary Delivery Communication

8th Grade Forecasting 2021

Preparing for High School

8th Grade Forecasting 2021

High School & Beyond Plan

The High School & Beyond Plan revolves around three questions:

  • Who am I?

  • What can I become?

  • How do I become that?

While the HSBP is a high school graduation requirement, it actually begins in the 7th grade by helping students get the most out of high school (and middle school) in thinking & planning both their immediate and future educational & vocational goals.

In middle school, and throughout high school, students work with their college & career counselors, teachers, and adults in their life to create a “personalized pathway" annually revising their plan to accommodate changing interests or postsecondary goals. The postsecondary aspirations may include pathways for application to four-year colleges or universities, two-year community or technical colleges, apprenticeship programs, industry standard certificate programs, military training, or on-the-job training.



School Calendar

EXCEL - EPS Highly Capable Program

Notification of EXCEL Testing 2020-21
RUSSIAN-Flyer Notification of Testing 2020-21
SPANISH-Flyer Notification of Testing 2020-21

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