District offices: 1755 S. College Ave.
Superintendent: Tim Payne
Grades: K-8. Preschool available.
Enrollment: About 722
School starts: Sept. 4.
31 S.E. Ash St., College Place, WA
1775 S. College Ave., College Place, WA
1755 S. College Ave., College Place, WA
Students living in the city of College Place or its school boundaries attend elementary and middle school in College Place before moving to Walla Walla High School.
A full-day kindergarten program is offered.
Parents have the option for a half-day program, but the district does not offer afternoon transportation.
Students learn together at Davis Elementary through third grade, before moving to Meadow Brook Intermediate School for fourth, fifth and sixth grades. Next door to Meadow Brook is Sager Middle School, where students attend seventh and eighth grades.
Sager is also the site of the district's administrative offices.
New Davis and High School
In 2012, residents approved a $38.5 million bond measure to rebuild Davis Elementary into a K-5 school, reconfigure Meadow Brook into a middle school, and establish a public high school with the Sager building and some new construction.
A new Davis is anticipated to open by fall of 2014, and the high school phased in a couple of years later.
College Place School Board
The board of directors meet on the third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Members are: Doug Case, Marci Knauft, Susan Moulton, Brian Maiden and Troy Fitzgerald.
Percent of students passing the state standards exam based on 2010-11 school year:
- Reading: 43 percent
- Writing: 38 percent
- Math: 36 percent
- Reading: 43 percent
- Writing: 68 percent
- Math: 40 percent
Math year 1: 88 percent
Preschool is available through a collaboration with Walla Walla Community College for children who will be 4 years old on or before Aug. 30. The program is at Davis Elementary three days a week. Parents participate in the classroom, and attend a parent education class once a month.
A district-wide registration fair will be held Aug. 14 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Sager Middle School cafeteria.
Families will get information on filling out enrollment packets; the 2012-13 free and reduced lunch application; updating student emergency contact information; sports registration packets for middle school students; bus route information and requests; health packets, including procedure for children with medical needs; immunization information and dates; school supply lists; and class rosters.
Back to School nights
Aug. 28 -- Meadow Brook students and families are invited to the school from 5-7 p.m. for a welcome back barbecue, to meet teachers, and to drop off school supplies.
Sept. 4 -- Sager Middle School will host a back to school breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in the school's cafeteria. Parents can start the year by joining their kids for breakfast and meet other families. An opportunity to meet teachers, visit classrooms, ask questions, and start the school year Raider ready!
Middle School Sports
Seventh and eighth grade students who choose to play football play with Garrison Middle School students.
Girls interested in playing volleyball should have a current physical and a sports packet on file before the first day of practice.
Aug. 1 -- Sports packets available at Garrison Middle School in Walla Walla.
Aug. 20 -- Football sign-ups at Garrison.
Aug. 21 -- First practice at 3:15 p.m. at Garrison.
Sept. 4 -- First day of practice for girls volleyball.
Adventure Club -- Davis School
A before and after-school program is offered at Davis Elementary through the YWCA during the school year. Children receive a nutritious snack, and participate in a variety of enrichment activities. Free and open to students. To register, or for more information, contact the YWCA of Walla Walla at 525-2570.
Meal prices (from 2011-12 year)
Breakfast for students is $1.55, for adults $2.20. Lunch is $2.30 for K-3, $2.45 for 4-8 grades, and $3.25 for adults. Lunch is free for those who qualify for reduced price meals in K-3 grades, and 40 cents for 4-8 grades. Milk is 40 cents. Meal prices for the 2012-13 school year were to be set later in the summer.