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  • Varsity Baseball at Lynden   4:00 pm

Thursday
April 24

  • FFA Plant Sale   3:00-6:00 pm
           
  • Girls Fastpitch vs Lakewood at CHS   4:00 pm
  • Track & Field vs Coupeville, Gr. Falls and S. Whidbey at CHS   4:00 pm
  • Girls Golf vs So. Whidbey at Blue Heron GC  3:00 pm
  • Varsity Baseball vs Granite Falls at CHS  4:00 pm
  • JV Baseball vs Granite Falls at Tolt MS 4:00 pm
        
 

NHS--BE  THE  CHANGE  DRIVE
April 16, 2014


Pre-existing school in
Kipsongol, Kenya

   
Calling all CHS students!

From April 28 to May 2 NHS will be hosting our annual change drive. All profits will go to building a school in our sister village in Kipsongol, Kenya. To drum up some
good ol’ competitive spirit, this will be a competition between  period 1 classes. The three classes who raise the most money by the end of the week will each win a dounut party! Starting on Monday, April 28, there will be
change jars in each classroom. For every penny, nickel, dime, or dollar amount put into your class’s jar, you gain points in the competition. However, this year there will be a twist--for every quarter you put into a different classroom's jar, that class will lose points. Sabotage quarters! Our goal is to raise $1,000, and if you all pitch in, we can definitely accomplish that! Every little bit helps, so get inspired to help education in Kipsongol – together, we can be the change! (Plus….Dounut party for the top three classes )
  
 

Cedarcrest Performing Arts presents
How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying

By Frank Loesser
April 25, 26 & May 1, 2, & 3
All shows start at 7:00 pm
Tickets – Students - $7.00 w/ASB card--$8 without ASB card
Senior Citizens- $8.00      Adults -  $10.00
     

 

Cedarcrest FFA Spring Plant Sale

Thursday, April 24, and Friday, April 25     3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday, April 26  9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Tuursday, May 1 and Friday, May 2   3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday, May 3   9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Click this link to see the complete plant sale flyer
   

 
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Busted!!
By the Random Acts of  Kindness Snoop Patrol
Friday, April 11, 201
4


L to R: Blake Tronsen,
Austin Shardelman, and Lewis Henry

Blake Tronsen, Austin Shardelman, and Lewis Henry came to the rescue for our CHS counseling center and put together three office chairs. They arrived with enthusiasm and team work. "Once we started a project we like to finish it" was their quote. Thank you gentlemen for a job well done and so appreciated by the counseling center staff.

CHS Busted Article Archive


CHS Athlete Logan Orndorf
Signs with
University of Portland
  
by Coach Bruce McDowell
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
   

  
On Monday, April 7, Logan Orndorf signed a letter of intent to run at the University of Portland.  He will run cross country and track and field.  Logan is planning to study engineering.  The University of Portland may be a small university, but in the world of collegiate distance running, they are a national power.  The men's squad has qualified for the last nine NCAA Division 1 national meets with three times placing in the top 8.  There are a small number of schools that have those kind of credentials.   

As a member of the Cedarcrest cross country squad, Logan was a four time state XC qualifer.  He was a two time Cascade Conference individual champion, three time state placer, and was twice named to the All-State team.  During his four years, the Cedarcrest XC boys squad were three time Cascade Conference champions.  The boys team also qualified for state three times, placing in the top 8 each time--which concluded with a third place trophy in 2013.  

As a member of the CHS T&F squad, Logan is a two time state qualifier in the 3200m.  As a junior over the distance of 3200m, he was the Cascade Conference champion, became the school record holder, and placed 8th at state.  I know for certain that Logan is looking to add more to this resume for this current track season.

In the "it's a small world" category, Logan's new coach Rob Conner has a brother and a cousin who were my teammates at the University of Washington.  I know that Rob is looking forward to having Logan as a Pilot.
  


Riverview Students Win Big At Washington TSA
State Conference
By Michael Ward
Tuesday, April 8, 2014

The 31st Annual Washington Technology Student Association (TSA) State Conference took place on March 28-29, 2014 at the Bellevue, Washington Hilton Hotel, and students from Tolt Middle School and Cedarcrest High School walked away with an impressive number of awards and recognition.

At the State Conference, students can work individually or as a team in more than 50 categories, and Tolt and Cedarcrest students built on a growing legacy of success. Riverview has had a national champion for three consecutive years. Last year, Tolt's Callum Walker won in Animation, following in the footsteps of Christian Aksama (Tolt 2012, Essay Writing) and Micah Mutch (Cedarcrest 2011, Multimedia).

Cedarcrest High School students Bryan Bodnar, Adam Golden, Alexander Vicars-Harris, and Eric James won the Digital Video Production award, improving on a 2nd place finish in 2013. Previous national champion Christian Aksama won 1st place in the Essays on Technology competition. Fashion Design winners Jordan Gifford, Juliana Fetherolf, and Halley Pace earned 1st place honors for a second consecutive year for Cedarcrest, while Samantha Lehto won first place in both the Photographic Technology and Promotional Graphics competitions.

The contingent from Tolt and Cedarcrest represents the largest District representation at the State Conference and two students, Colton Green and Emily Rule, were state officers this year, serving as Secretary and Treasurer respectively. Congratulations to all of our TSA students and best of luck at nationals!

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CHS Boys Soccer
CHS 2 Coupeville 1
By Coach Zack Pittis
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
  

Strong winds and rain made playing conditions less than ideal for most of the match at Coupeville HS last night. The home team opened the scoring and took a 1-0 lead into halftime, but Cedarcrest regrouped and came out strong in the second half to earn a 2-1 victory. Goals by senior captains Chris Cole and Michael Funk proved to be the difference in the match.
 

CHS 2013-2014 News Articles Archive

CHS Graduate
Austin Jenckes
Performs Concert
to Help Oso Victims

 
April 19, 2014

  
Singer/songwriter (and CHS graduate) Austin Jenckes performed a solo concert Saturday, April 19, to benefit those affected by the March 22 mudslide in Oso. The event was set up by the Duvall Cultural Commission and the Rotary Club of Duvall. All revenue from ticket sales will go to the North Counties’ Relief Fund. North Counties' Family Services has been supporting individuals, families, and children through the Darrington Family Support and Resource Center since 1993.  The concert was held at our Riverview School District Educational Service Center. Besides receiving help for mortgage and rent payments, surviving family members are receiving help to go back to work and school, and food and other household bills are being financially supported (phone, taxes, heating costs, water/garbage, and more).
   


CHS Track & Field
at Eason Invite
by Coach Bruce McDowell
Sunday, April 20, 2014
 

 Today, the CHS Track &Field squad competed at the Larry Eason Invite which is held at Snohomish High School.  This is a very large meet with over 1200 athletes.  Besides large in number, it is also our most elite meet of the season up to this point.  It was a good day for the squad--probably our most productive Eason Invite in quite a number of years.  Certainly the incentive was there as this meet gives out medals to the top eight. By the end of the meet we had placed athletes/relay team in seven different events.  For a meet of this quality, that is a good meet for us.

The boys Distance Medley team (Colton Green - 1200m, Josh Zimmerman - 400m, Quinn Radbourne - 800m and Logan Orndorf - 1600m) came away in first place.  So not only did they get medals, but they got medals with blue ribbons.  I was told that means they are more special. Not only did the boys get first, but they also broke the school record in that event by 14 seconds.  The best leg of the day was Colton running 3:12.9 for 1200m.  That is an odd distance, but that is a really good time time for that distance.  Other placers were Colton Green (6th - 3200m), Quinn Radbourne (6th - 800m), Bailey Parish (6th - Pole Vault), Logan Orndorf (7th - 1600m),  Amelia Anderson (7th - 3200m) and Alex Zuvich (8th - 300m Hurdles).

Amelia's time in the 3200m was a 20 second PR and moved her to seventh place on our top ten list.  Elliot Dick improved his 110m High Hurdle time and is sixth on our top ten list.  Ian Fay ran a strong last lap to run 4:53 in the 1600m.  Josh Zimmerman's times keep dropping in the 400m as he ran a mark just off of our top ten list.  It was a tough day for the field events again as there was a good amount of rain during the middle of the day.  However, Kathryn Smith (javelin) and Taryn Bruskland (discus) might not have had their best day but they sure had a good day throwing given the conditions.

CHS results            Full meet results




CHS Science Students Excel
at State Competition

  
by Science Teacher Davin Henrikson
Tuesday, April 8, 2014


L to R: Suzanna Andrews, Sophia Romanelli,
Sean Dempsey, Piper Cramer, Isaac Harper,
Haily Ho, Alyssa Coen

Last Friday and Saturday (April 4 and 5) seven dedicated science students and two proud science teachers ventured to Bremerton, Washington for the 57th Annual State Science Fair. In a competition with over 500 students from around the state (public, private, and home schooled), Piper Cramer, Sophia Romanelli, Susanna Andrews, Sean Demsey, Isaac Harper, Haily Ho, and Alyssa Coen brought home 4 Blue ribbons (1st) and 2 Red Ribbons (2nd) in their respective categories, and several special awards based on overall quality of their projects. I want to thank Cesar Sanchez for help with organizing , transporting, and chaperoning the 2 day trip, the Science Department and Clarence Lavarias for their ongoing support, and all the parents that helped these students obtain this challenging goal.
  




CHS Student Spend Their Spring Break in Rome
Tuesday, April 8, 2014

   

Last week when many of us were relaxing at home during our Spring Break, Mr. Kennedy took a group of CHS photographers to Italy. During the trip they spent time in Venice, Florence, Siena, and Rome. In each of these countries they had great hotels, amazing meals, and incredible experiences. Along the way they took thousands of pictures. Mr. Kennedy said it was such a great group of kids (and adults) to travel with that they are already looking at Scotland and Ireland for Spring Break next year.




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April

Monday 4/21 Tuesday 4/22 Wednesday 4/23 Thursday 4/24 Friday 4/25

Saturday 4/26

 Girls Golf
at Kings
at Mill Creek GC  3:00 pm

Boys Golf
vs Kings
at Blue Heron GC  3:00 pm

Fastpitch vs. Gr. Falls
at CHS, 4:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

........

  Boys Soccer
vs So. Whidbey at CHS
 JV 4:00   Varsity 6:00 pm

Girls Fastpitch-CANCELLED
vs Lk. Washington at CHS
 4:00 pm

Varsity Baseball-CANCELLED
vs Granite Falls
at CHS  4:00 pm
Rescheduled from last Friday

JV Baseball-CANCELLED
vs Granite Falls
at Tolt MS 4:00 pm

 

Varsity Baseball
at Lynden   4:00 pm

FFA Plant Sale
3:00-6:00 pm
      
Girls Fastpitch

vs Lakewood at CHS
 4:00 pm

Track & Field
vs Coupeville, Granite Falls
and So. Whidbey 
at CHS   4:00 pm

Girls Golf
vs So. Whidbey
at Blue Heron GC  3:00 pm

Varsity Baseball
vs Granite Falls
at CHS  4:00 pm
Rescheduled from last Friday

JV Baseball
vs Granite Falls
at Tolt MS 4:00 pm
    

Early release bell schedule

Cedarcrest Performing Arts presents
How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying
7:00 pm in the Theater

FFA Plant Sale
3:00-6:00 pm

Boys Soccer
at AB Murphy
 JV 4:00   Varsity 6:00 pm

JV Baseball
vs Lakewood
at CHS 4:00 pm

FFA Plant Sale
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Cedarcrest Performing Arts presents
How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying
7:00 pm in the Theater
Monday 4/28 Tuesday 4/29 Wednesday 4/30      

Varsity Baseball
at AB Murphy  4:00 pm

Boys Golf
vs AB Murphy
at Blue Heron GC  3:00 pm

Boys Soccer
vs Gr. Falls at CHS
Varsity only 5:00 pm

Girls Fastpitch
at So. Whidbey
 4:00 pm

Girls Golf
Suncadia Invitational
at Suncadia GC

 

Varsity Baseball
vs AB Murphy at CHS  4:00 pm

Boys Soccer at Kings
 JV 5:00   Varsity 7:00 pm  

     

May

      Thursday 5/1 Friday 5/2

Saturday 5/3

     

   

Cedarcrest Performing Arts presents
How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying
7:00 pm in the Theater

FFA Plant Sale
3:00-6:00 pm

Girls Fastpitch
vs Sultan at CHS
4:00 pm

Track & Field
vs AB Murphy at CHS 
4:00 pm

Girls Golf
vs Sultan
at Blue Heron GC  3:00 pm

Boys Golf
at Sultan
at Blue Boy GC  3:00 pm

 

Early release bell schedule

Cedarcrest Performing Arts presents
How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying
7:00 pm in the Theater

FFA Plant Sale
3:00-6:00 pm

Varsity Baseball
at AB Murphy  4:00 pm

 

 

Cedarcrest Performing Arts presents
How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying
7:00 pm in the Theater

FFA Plant Sale
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Track & Field
Girls at
Lk Washington  Invite
9:30 am start
Boys at Shorline Invite
12:00 noon start

 

Monday 5/5 Tuesday 5/6 Wednesday 5/7 Thursday 5/8 Friday 5/9

Saturday 5/10

Boys Soccer
vs Lakewood at CHS
 JV 4:00   Varsity 6:00 pm

Girls Fastpitch
vs AB Murphy at CHS
 4:00 pm

Girls Golf
at Lakewood
at Cedarcrest GC  (Marysville)    3:00 pm

Boys Golf
vs Lakewood
at Blue Heron GC  3:00 pm

 

Boys Golf
Suncadia Golf Invitational
at Suncadia GC  3:00 pm

Girls Fastpitch
vs Coupeville at CHS
 4:00 pm

Girls Golf
at AB Murphy
at Snohomish GC  3:00 pm

Varsity Baseball
District Tournament
at Anacortes

Track & Field
Cascade Conf. Championships
at Kings 4:00 pm start

Boys Golf
at So. Whidbey
at Useless Bay GC  3:00 pm

Early release bell schedule

Girls Fastpitch
at Gr. Falls
4:00 pm

Track & Field
at Sultan HS
(qualifier event)
 4:00 pm start

 

Boys Soccer
District Tournament

Varsity Baseball
District Tournament
at Anacortes

  Prom at Seattle Design Center 8:00pm-11:00pm

Monday 5/12 Tuesday 5/13 Wednesday 5/14 Thursday 5/15 Friday 5/16

Saturday 5/17

Girls Golf
Cascade Conference
Championships
at Snohomish GC 
8:00 am start

Boys Golf
Cascade Conference
Championships
at Snohomish GC 
8:00 am start

Boys Soccer
District Tournament

 

Track & Field
Cascade/Kingco
Sub Bi-District Meet
at CHS 4:00 pm start

Boys Soccer
District Tournament

Girls Fastpitch
at Lakewood
 4:00 pm

 

Early release bell schedule

Fastpitch
District Tournament
at Bender Fields
in Lynden

Track & Field
Cascade/Kingco
Sub Bi-District Meet
at CHS 4:00 pm start

 

Boys Soccer
District Tournament

Varsity Baseball
District Tournament
at Anacortes

 

Monday 5/19 Tuesday 5/20 Wednesday 5/21 Thursday 5/22 Friday 5/23

Saturday 5/24

 Girls Golf
District 1
Championships
at Snohomish GC 
12:30 pm start

Boys Golf
District 1
Championships
at Skagit Valley GC 
12:30 pm start
 

  Girls Golf
District 1
Championships
at Snohomish GC 
12:30 pm start

Boys Golf
District 1
Championships
at Skagit Valley GC 
12:30 pm start

Track & Field
District 1 Championships
at CHS 4:00 pm start
 

Early release bell schedule

Track & Field
District 1 Championships
at CHS 4:00 pm start

 

Varsity Baseball
Reginal Tournament

 

Monday 5/26 Tuesday 5/27 Wednesday 5/28 Thursday 5/29 Friday 5/30 Saturday 5/31

No School--Memorial Day
 

 

Girls Golf
WIAA State Championships
at The Classics GC
 in Spanaway 
8:00 am start

Boys Golf
WIAA State Championships
at Chambers Bay GC 

Track & Field
WIAA State Championships
at Mt. Tahoma HS
in Tacoma

Girls Golf
WIAA State Championships
at The Classics GC
 in Spanaway 
8:00 am start

Boys Golf
WIAA State Championships
at Chambers Bay GC 

Track & Field
WIAA State Championships
at Mt. Tahoma HS
in Tacoma

Boys Soccer
State Tournament

Varsity Baseball
State Tournament
at County Stadium
in Yakima

 

Track & Field
WIAA State Championships
at Mt. Tahoma HS
in Tacoma

Boys Soccer
State Tournament

Varsity Baseball
State Tournament
at County Stadium
in Yakima

 

June

Monday 6/2 Tuesday 6/3 Wednesday 6/4 Thursday 6/5 Friday 6/6

Saturday 6/7

       

Early release bell schedule
No Lunch

 


  
Monday 6/9 Tuesday 6/10 Wednesday 6/11 Thursday 6/12 Friday 6/13

Saturday 6/14

       

Early release bell schedule

 


Monday 6/16 Tuesday 6/17 Wednesday 6/18 Thursday 6/19 Friday 6/20

Saturday 6/21

 

Final Exams

 

Final Exams

 

     
Monday 6/23 Tuesday 6/24 Wednesday 6/25 Thursday 6/26 Friday 6/27

Saturday 6/28

 
 
     
 
 
Monday 6/30          

 
         
           
   
The Riverview School District complies with all federal and state statutes and regulations and does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  This holds true for all district employment and student opportunities.  Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the school district’s Title IX/RCW 28A.640 Officer (Ms Janet L. Gavigan, 425-844-4500) and Section 504/ADA Coordinator (Dr. Ken Heikkila, 425-844-4500).
     

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