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Leader in Me

Leader in Me

Concrete Elementary is a “Leader in Me” school. Going on its fourth year this leadership model assists in integrating a culture of character and leadership into the already challenging school experience with our students, staff, and community based on the principles of the late Dr. Stephen R. Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” 

The Leader in Me brings the “7 Habits” into the elementary school setting where students can begin to develop these very important skills in Kindergarten. This model embraces the beliefs and values of our school community. Concrete Elementary believes that ALL students can be leaders, whether it is through community service, sports, technology, academics and more. We believe that developing the “7 Habits” positively impacts ALL of our students, creating better learners and better future citizens of Concrete, WA.

For more information please visit: https://www.leaderinme.com

Summer School Policies

Attendance Policy for Summer School

Absences need to be pre-approved in order to keep your spot in summer school. Three unexcused absences will result in your student being dropped from the summer school roster.

Bus Policy for Summer School

All bus rules apply during summer school. If bus problems occur, parents will be notified to help solve the issue. If problems continue, the student will not be allowed to ride the bus.

Burlington-Edison Vaccine Clinic 5/15/2021

Burlington-Edison COVID-19 vaccine clinic flyer.

Get ready for summer. Get your COVID vaccine!

Who? Anyone 16+ including students, parents, friends, grandparents, & teachers.

Where?: Burlington Edison High School Field House (301 North Burlington Boulevard, Burlington WA, 98233)

When? Saturday May 15,10:00am to 3:00pm

How? Book your spot using one of the following options:

16 and 17 year olds should come with a parent/guardian OR have a parent available for phone consent when they arrive.

For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/COVID19/vaccine

Updated Decision on Increased In-person Learning

Concrete School Board

Following our community survey and much input from staff/students the Concrete School Board has decided to stay in the current hybrid learning model for the remainder of the current school year. Our decision is based on limited staffing and increased planning burdens. We regret that we are unable to increase in-person learning but feel with increased Covid-19 numbers in Skagit County and the difficulty in implementing this change, it will be more effective to focus efforts on the Summer learning recovery and preparing for the 2021-22 school year. Please direct questions or concerns to Wayne Barrett Superintendent.

K-12 CVA Survey

Please click on the link and answer the questions about our Concrete Virtual Academy Curriculum. We are assessing how it has been used remotely, and could be used in a blended learning model during in-person learning. These results will help us continue our planning and school improvement measures.

Thank you,

Jaci Gallagher, CES Principal
Christine Tripp, CHS Principal

CVA K-12 Survey