Pickleball

When are we going to start back up?
The first step is the Evergreen strike needs to end.  Then we need to get on the calendar, which takes a few weeks. Right now it is looking like it won't happen prior to October 1st. Keep checking back.

Fall through Spring
We start at 6 PM and end by 9 PM.  (Except Sunday which is 5 to 8.) The cost is $3.  Check the calendar below to verify we are playing on the night you want.  We are occasionally closed for holidays and school events. For questions, email Michelle Annett or text 360-936-9666.
In an effort to accommodate increased demand, we are opening Sundays to 4.0 and up  and Wednesdays are now 3.5 and up. 

Sunday Nights: 4.0+ tournament players only. 
Monday Nights: Open to all skill levels. Beginners are encouraged!
Wednesday Nights: 3.5 and up players.

The school is located at 13900 NE 18th St, Vancouver, WA 98684.  When you are facing the school(north), the gym is around the back on the left(west). Walk around past the recycling area and you will see the entrance for the gym.  Come join us!  
www.pickleballcentral.com



Pickleball provides funds to purchase any student requested book. This keeps kids excited about reading at a challenging time in their life.





The 2019 tournament will be back.....it will be held over MLK weekend in January - Saturday, Sunday, Monday.   Once there are 50 teams signed up for a given day, all events will be closed and anyone already signed up without a partner will be moved to the waiting list.

Pickleball



Proceeds

Pickleball allows our library to purchase just about every student book requested.  Some of the most popular include manga like Attack on Titan and fantasy series Wings of Fire. 
In 2015, we were able to purchase a computer cart to house our iPads that are available for checkout to classrooms  and about 50 books that students had been on a waiting list in order to read.  Cascade appreciates your support!






In 2016, we are using pickleball proceeds to buy more books and to support our Makerspace.   The makerspace is offered at lunch where students have a chance to make something like a hat, a duct tape wallet, or a Lego building.