Swiftwater Learning Center is hosting a toy exchange tonight from 4-7pm! This has been an awesome project created by one of their students to help local kids. Any toys or clothing that do not find a new home tonight will be donated tomorrow. Don’t miss out on finding something special for a child in your life!!
over 2 years ago, Community Relations
Princess and unicorn toys.
Picture of toys available for families
Holiday Hope flyer
Toys for young children
FREE WINTER COATS for adults and kids! December 15th 1-4pm at Walter Storm Middle School in the event tent in front of the school! Distribution by Kittitas County Fire District 7 and Upper County Firefighters and Paramedics IAFF Local 4880
over 2 years ago, Sarah Day
Warm coats for adults and kids flyer
Swiftwater Learning Center is hosting a gently used toy exchange on Dec. 14th & 16th! This project has been the brainstorm of one of their talented students who is passionate about helping other kids in our community! This weekend is a good opportunity to find those gently used toys sitting around your home that are ready for a new kiddo to cherish. Toys can be brought to Swiftwater Learning Center before the actual event OR bring the toys with you to exchange!
over 2 years ago, Sarah Day
Flyer promoting the Holiday Hope Toy Exchange
Due to an accident at Exit 74, students on Bus G will be 25 min late today. Bus B South Cle Elum students will be delivered home on time, all other students on Bus B will be 25 minutes late and delivered in reverse order as we reroute around the traffic jam.
over 2 years ago, Community Relations
Cle Elum-Roslyn School District will be delayed 2 hours today, December 7th, 2021 due to hazardous road conditions. School will begin at 10:15am. Parents, please do not drop off students before 9:45am to ensure that there is staff supervision on campus. Staff should use sensible precautions to arrive safely at work at a reasonable time.
over 2 years ago, Sarah Day
Today we celebrated Grandpa Ron's retirement with a parade. He has been an amazing volunteer and member of our staff. Although he has promised to continue to come by occasionally to greet our students in the morning, we will sure miss seeing him every day. Cheers on a well deserved retirement!
over 2 years ago, Community Relations
Cheerleaders and band members perform during retirement parade
Student holds banner for retirement parade
Students hold signs during retirement parade
Grandpa Ron last Veteran's Day  greeting students.
Did you know we are hiring? The Cle Elum-Roslyn School District is looking for a mechanic, payroll specialist, part-time counselor and a shop teacher! Click the link to view our current openings: https://cersd.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
over 2 years ago, Community Relations
Infographic advertising that CERSD is now hiring.
Don't forget our new bus routes will begin Monday morning. Make sure to double check your route ahead of time. Go to https://www.cersd.org/page/bus-routes to see the list of adjusted routes.
over 2 years ago, Community Relations
Due to an accident in South Cle Elum, all traffic has been rerouted and delayed. Specifically for those students riding bus J & H, please anticipate a 20 minute delay to reach the bus stop. Thank you for your patience.
almost 3 years ago, Sarah Day
Join us tonight (Monday 10/4/21) at 6:30pm to learn more about our Covid protocols, our family liaisons and our new website. The Zoom link was emailed to families on Thursday (9/30). Can't find the link? Request one by contacting CommunityRelations@cersd.org.
almost 3 years ago, Community Relations
Infographic for Supper with the Super
The new school year is officially underway for our new staff members who are spending the day learning about our district.
almost 3 years ago, Community Relations
New staff members seated in the MS library learning  about CERSD.
Thank you Dr. Larson and nurse Hill for helping us prepare our buildings for a safe return!
over 3 years ago, Cle Elum-Roslyn School District
standing outside a building
Today, high school students in Mr. Bell’s Environmental Science and Natural Resources classes were able to participate in making a video with the Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife on wolf awareness. The video will be used by the department as a way to educate the public about the best way to react in the event of a wolf encounter. We can't wait to see the final video! For now, we wanted to share a little "behind the scenes" footage from this morning. Go Warriors!
over 3 years ago, Cle Elum-Roslyn School District
Students making a video
Behind the scenes at the video shoot