***NO SPECTATORS ALLOWED AT VOLLEYBALL GAME IN WALLOWA ON SATURDAY*** Just a reminder to everyone--Do not to drive to Wallowa on Saturday expecting to see our girls play. WHS has decided not to allow spectators in their gym due to Covid concerns.
over 3 years ago, Candy McGilvray -- AD
Congratulations to Cove High School's new student body officers: Ms. Haiden Wiggins, President -- Ms. Kierra Moore, Vice President-- Mr. Jack Deem, Secretary/Treasurer
over 3 years ago, Leadership
President Haiden
COVE SCHOOL DISTRICT IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING COACHING POSITION: Junior Varsity Volleyball. Applications can be found on the district web site: https://www.cove.k12.or.us/o/cove-school-district/browse/55828. Please submit application to candy.mcgilvray@covesd.org. Position closes September 25th.
over 3 years ago, Candy McGilvray -- AD
Senior Parents Meeting Tuesday, Sept 29 6:30 p.m. Topics include: Expectations for Seniors, Calendar, Graduation, College & Financial Aid Info., Other questions about Senior Year Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89025069505?pwd=WXlZTWxBWlNKR01OVnpXeFo4L3dmdz09 Meeting ID: 890 2506 9505 Passcode: x0yaB6
over 3 years ago, Lisa Murchison
For those not able to attend, you may watch tonight's School Board Meeting here: https://zoom.us/j/91378705023 The packet for the meeting is available here: https://5il.co/kr1r
over 3 years ago, Earl Pettit
Week three of in-person classes at Cove School has begun! A huge thank you to all who have helped make this possible. As we move into cold and flu season, please continue to screen students before sending them to school each day. Let's keep our school and community as healthy as possible!
over 3 years ago, Karen Moore
Parent Symptom Check
8:46 AM EST. Patriot Day is a United States national observance that honors the memory of those who were killed in the September 11 attacks. It was first observed in 2002, after the proclamation by President George W. Bush. On September 11, 2001 al-Qaeda launched a series of coordinated terrorist attacks upon the United States, killing almost 3,000 people. In the immediate aftermath of the tragic events, President Bush proclaimed September 14, 2001 as a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for the Victims of the Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001. A year later, September 11 was made a national day of mourning referred to as Patriot Day. This observance has been proclaimed annually since 2002. In 2009, President Barack Obama rededicated it as Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance. On Patriot Day, the national flag is flown at half-mast on all United States government buildings and establishments. Individuals are also encouraged to display flags on their homes. A moment of silence is traditionally observed at 8:46 AM. Cove School District joins with other American institutions and people in remembrance of the victims of 9/11.
over 3 years ago, Earl Pettit
Patriot Day
Bus Transportation Changes effective Monday 9/14. The La Grande bus will return to its regular schedule with one bus - departing BiMart at 7AM and Faith Center at 7:10AM. The afternoon drop offs will be at 4PM for Faith Center and 4:10 for BiMart. With lower than anticipated ridership due to students opting for online instruction, all safety protocols may now be observed on a single bus. The Lower Cove route will return to its normal schedule - riders will be contacted and reminded of pickup/drop off times. Route Leopard remains unchanged.
over 3 years ago, Earl Pettit
Bus with Mask
Job Opening: Cove School is seeking a permanent full-time instructional assistant to start October 1. See full posting and job description here: https://5il.co/kr9o Applications are available here: https://5il.co/84y9
over 3 years ago, Earl Pettit
2nd grade had a great week! We “caught” lots of stories, wrote “I Am Jams.” explored math tools and worked on our reading and mask wearing stamina. We especially loved recess and eating in the new cafeteria!
over 3 years ago, Koreen Williams
Working on our reading stamina.
In observance of the social and economic achievements of American workers, Cove School District will be closed on September 7. We join you in recognizing the the great American achievements this Labor Day.
over 3 years ago, Earl Pettit
Labor Day
Cove Art students are ready to look for, find and share the beautiful details that surround us everywhere. Stay tuned!
over 3 years ago, Mr. Gustavson
Who knows where this is?
Who knows where this is?
I thought after 6 months of summer vacation we might have to ease back into a learning environment but boy was I wrong. 4th grade is rocking and rolling, they are a great group of learners. Thank you to everyone for keeping us safe and making it happen.
over 3 years ago, Tara Thomas
Week one is in the books for Third Grade! We have got the hang of our new routines, logins and passwords, and are ready to dive into our curriculum. It was definitely a week well spent in our classroom, together.
over 3 years ago, Kelli Langford
5th grade had an amazing week 1!!! Thank you to all of my students and parents for a strong start!!
over 3 years ago, Tricia Tucker
Kindergarten had a great first week of school. Recess was a big hit!
over 3 years ago, Tracy Wright
Kindergarten Recess
1st grade enjoyed popsicles in the shade after our math lesson taught us different ways to graph our favorite flavors! It was a great way to cool off on a hot afternoon.
over 3 years ago, Ms. Sheehy
172 consecutive days without students in my classroom. 172! We finally broke the streak and it has been so nice to have students walking around campus and participating in the classroom this week. Thank you to the school board and administration for making sure this week happened and that it happened safely!
over 3 years ago, Science -- Levi Wiseman
Lyndon B. Johnson said, “Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.” Cove High School was awesome this week. Never before have I seen so many students working together towards one common goal. Kudos to the CHS community for making this happen.
over 3 years ago, Leadership
We are back! We struggled a bit with the internet connection this week, but that did not stop the 7th Grade from making some amazing Origami and great paper airplanes. Congrats to Paige and Will for winning the distance and flight time competitions!
over 3 years ago, Mr. Dressen