Olympia School District

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Olympia School District
Location
1113 Legion Way SE, Olympia, Washington 98501
District information
Type Public
Grades Pre-K through 12
Established 1852 [1]
Superintendent Dominic Cvitanich
Students and staff
Students 9,430 [2]
Teachers 524 [2]
Other information
Website http://osd.wednet.edu

Olympia School District (Number 111) is a school district serving approximately 9400 students in the city of Olympia in Thurston County, Washington. The school district employs approximately 1200 staff members, and maintains 19 campuses.

Schools[edit]

High Schools (Grades 9-12)
High School Grade Levels/Type Established Enrollment[2] Mascot WIAA Classification Notes Principals
Avanti alternative 150 N/A Michael Velasquez
Capital comprehensive 9-12 1975 1329 Cougars 2A Hosts students from Griffin School District Chris Woods, Michelle Anderson, Jeniffer Hewitt, Daniel Grimm
Olympia comprehensive 9-12 1907 1767 Bears 4A Matt Grant, Lindsey Welsh, Frank O'Connor, Michael Hart, John Ryan Gerrits
Middle Schools (Grades 6-8)
Name Grade Levels/Type Established Enrollment[2] Mascot Principals
Thomas Jefferson 6-8 1961 350 Jaguars Michael Cimino ; Ivy Bronemann
Thurgood Marshall 6-8 396 Mustangs Condee Wood ; Charleen Hayes
Reeves 6-8 1970 420 Raiders Geoff Parks ; Karen Zarate
Washington 6-8 740 Bulldogs Paul Anders ; Annette Pasquariello
Elementary Schools (Grades K-5)
Name Grades Established Enrollment

(2004/05)

Mascot Principal Remarks
Boston Harbor K-5 1964* 151 Jen Brotherton *1900's as part of Boston Harbor school district, 1964 as officially part of OSD
Centennial K-5 1989 539 Shannon Ritter Replaced McKinley Elementary
James A. Garfield K-5 1852* 334 Cheetahs Brendon Chertok *1852 as Westside school, 1902 as Garfield School
Julia Butler Hansen K-5 471 Hawks E. Rascon "Hansen". Hosts alternative HAP program.
Leland P. Brown K-5 1965 319 Eagles Joel Lang "L.P. Brown"
Abraham Lincoln K-5 1859 292 Lions M. Albadi Hosts the district's alternative Options Program
James Madison K-5 264 Lion Cubs Domenico Spatola-Knoll
Margaret McKenny K-5 383 Hawks M. Havens "McKenny"
McLane K-5 341 Owls Monica West Named for pioneer and legislator William McLane
Pioneer K-5 1969 522 Bear Cubs Randy Weeks
Theodore Roosevelt K-5 1908 420 Roadrunners Sean Shaughnessy

Other[edit]

  • Olympia Regional Learning Academy has moved to 2400 15th Avenue S.E. off Boulevard Rd. grades K-12
  • Knox Building (District Headquarters, Housed in same building as Avanti High School.)

References[edit]

  1. ^ History of Olympia School District [1] Accessed online 21 December 2010
  2. ^ a b c d Olympia School District 2009-2010 Report Card [2] Accessed online 11 March 2011