JCP Announcements

    • John Campbell Class Lists are now posted.

      2019-2020 Class Lists

      The 2019-2020 Class Lists are now finalized.  Please access the links below to see who your child will enjoy as a teacher this school year.  Class lists are final and requests for change will not be accepted.  Thank you for your understanding.

      General Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade Lists

      Dual Language Kindergarten List Erickson/Weiss

      Dual Language Kindergarten List Amezcua/Goveia

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    • As of July 28, 2019, a new Washington State law removes the personal and philosophical option to exempt children from the MMR vaccine required for school and child care attendance. Medical and religious exemptions are not affected by this new law.   

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    • Important Dates: 

       June 18-Aug. 8, Tues, Wed. and Thurs (closed July 4) Free Breakfast and Lunch, ages 1-18, open to community, Selah Intermediate Cafeteria. Breakfast: 8:30-9am, lunch 11:40-12:30pm

      Programa de Almuerzos de Verano de Selah Disponible: DESAYUNO Y ALMUERZO GRATIS edades 1-18 Abierto a la comunidad en la cafetería de Selah Intermediate 18 de junio — 8 de agosto martes - jueves 8:30am-9am desayuno 11:40am-12:30pm almuerzo Cerrado el 4 de julio

      JCP Office Re-Opens Aug. 5

      Incoming students: please bring (we can make a copy) birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of residency (even if you're student has previously attended Selah School District)




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    • If you walk around the JCP hallways, you'll see students sprawled everywhere reading, writing, and working on math. We're cultivating life-long learners!

      Every Monday morning is CSL time, Collaboration for Student Learning. This extra time is reserved for teachers to discuss students, look at data, and determine how, as a team, they can support each student. From this CSL work they determine how they will remediate, re-teach, or extend students. Even more importantly, teachers look at what their peers did last week and pick their brains to figure out what each teacher can do to improve their instruction and impact on students. Gone are the days of teachers closing their doors, shutting the blinds and only focusing on their class.

      Teachers are collaborating, teaming and sharing in order to provide your kiddo with the best education possible. We have teams of 16, and 15 teachers. We appear to be the largest primary school in the state. Though this may seem daunting to coordinate, there is some teacher on your child’s team who is an expert in exactly what your child needs. As teams collaborate on Monday mornings, and throughout the week, they will be able to tap into the expertise of their peers to give our students the very best learning experience possible.

      Viking PRIDE truly does start at John Campbell Primary! Here’s to an amazing year!

    Points of Pride

    • Selah High School Students Headline the Story!

      A quartet of Selah High School students used to reporting on the news are now headlining the story as they have been honored this summer for their journalism work as members of the Yakima Herald Republic’s Unleashed team.

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    • Selah Middle School Students Bring Awareness to Human Trafficking

      For a group of Selah Middle School students, the statistics were too alarming to ignore, and, as they immersed themselves into a year-end assignment, the one number they could not overlook was 11. Eleven. This number, students found, is the figure that signifies the bottom of an age range, 11-21, when human trafficking statistically begins. For these students, who themselves are not many years past age 11, the figure signified one of the alarming statistics that motivated them to turn a classroom project into the need to act.

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    • "Limitations are the Anchors of What We Want to Be"

      As he stood before his fellow Selah High School graduates, class chosen speaker, Hunter Foster, commanded the afternoon's stage, and in doing so, used the moment to talk about a piece of equipment found on a water vessel—an anchor.

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