Stanwood-Camano Schools maintain a safe and secure learning environment for all students. In accordance with the Washington State RCW 28A.300.285 HIB, harassment, intimidation or bullying of students by other student, by teacher, by staff member, by parent or by volunteers is prohibited according to District Policy 3207 and Procedure 3207.

To report unresolved or persist harassment you may contact an administrator, staff member or counselor at the targeted student's school site. You may also contact the Stanwood-Camano School District's Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying Officer, Mark Carter, at 360-629-121383 or email at mcarter2@stanwood.wednet.edu.

HIB ELECTRONIC REPORTING FORM (electronic form, click to fill and report online)

See below for extra resources.


Cedarhome Jeff Lofgren 360.629.1280
Elger Bay Victor Hanzeli 360.629.1290
Stanwood Elem Staci Lauinger 360.629.1250
Twin City Jennifer Allen 360.629.1270
Utsalady Julie Echols 360.629.1260
Port Susan Cherae Almanza 360.629.1360
Stanwood Middle Tod Klundt 360.629.1350
Lincoln Ryan Ovenell 360.629.1340
Stanwood High Tom Wilfong 360.629.1300
Carolyn Coombs 360.629.1300

What activities for kids are happening in our community?


As a service to our students and families, the Stanwood-Camano School District is able to provide you with a list of youth related activities and events occuring in our greater community. Go to the "Community" link or click here to view the Community E-Fliers!

*The Stanwood-Camano School District has neither reviewed nor approved the program, personnel, activities or organizations announced in the fliers or calendar, and undertakes no responsibility to supervise these events. Fliers and calendar events are not district sponsored or endorsed events or activities.

Testing in the State of Washington

Beginning in the 2009-10 school year, two new tests replace the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL):

  • Measures of Student Progress (MSP)
  • High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE)

Click here to learn about the two new tests from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) website.

Your child's progress

Your Child's Progress

The following pieces of information relate to your child's performance at certain grade levels and the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) testing. These have been provided by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

Kindergarten Your Child's Progress Grade K
Grade 1 Your Child's Progress Grade 1
Grade 2 Your Child's Progress Grade 2
Grade 3 Your Child's Progress Grade 3
Grade 4 Your Child's Progress Grade 4
Grade 5 Your Child's Progress Grade 5
Grade 6 Your Child's Progress Grade 6
Grade 7 Your Child's Progress Grade 7
Grade 8 Your Child's Progress Grade 8
Grade 9 Your Child's Progress Grade 9
Grade 10 Your Child's Progress Grade 10

Additional state testing and graduation information can be found by clicking here to go to The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) website.