Creston School District #073

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Creston School District No. 073 
485 SE E Street                                509-636-2721
Creston, WA 99117                    509-636-2910 (fax)
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School Board Goals

The Creston School Board of Directors believes that the five most important goals are:

·     Through purposeful planning and development of sound curriculum, instruction and assessments, Creston Schools will develop learning options for all students in K-12 grades so that each graduate will have the capacity to be successful in their lives after high school. 
·     Creston Schools will nurture creativity and a love of learning.
·     Creston Schools will promote a sense of success and self-worth.
·     Creston Schools will develop programs so that all students have the opportunity to practice skills and apply life skills.
·     Creston Schools will maintain a system that is fiscally responsible and stable.
revised 10/29/15

Nondiscrimination Policy for Creston Schools

Creston School District No. 073 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.  The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Dr. William J. Wadlington, Superintendent/Principal at 485 Southeast E Street, Creston, WA  99117. Telephone: 509-636-2721. Email:

The Creston School District Title IX Compliance Officer can be reached through the Creston School District Office by writing to 485 S.E. E Street, Creston, WA 99117 or telephone at 509-636-2721. Any concern regarding discrimination should be filed with the Title IX Officer by calling or writing as soon as possible.

It is the intent of Creston School District to ensure that students who are disabled within the definitions of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 are identified, evaluated, and provided with appropriate educational services. Due process rights of students with disabilities and their parents under section 504 will be enforced. Questions or Comments can be directed to Dr. William J. Wadlington, Superintendent, 485 S.E. E Street, Creston, WA 99117, telephone 509-636-2721 or via email at Dr. Wadlington is coordinator of Section 504 activities for Creston School District.




  •        MANDATORY Budget 
    (First DRAFT Available NOW)
    The Creston School District Budget can be found under "OUR DISTRICT" or by selecting the link in the preceding sentence. 
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  • Employment Opportunity

    High School Social Studies and           Health and Fitness Teacher      


    High School Social Studies and Art

    The High School Social Studies and Health and Fitness or teacher will provide instruction at Wilbur-Creston High School (located in Wilbur). The draft schedule for school year 2016-2017 is: (2) 12th CWP;  (3) 12th CWP; (4) 9th PNW; (5) 10th World History; (6) PREP;  and Art or Health and Fitness according to the qualifications of the successful candidate.

    This is a 1.0 F.T.E. continuing teaching position. 

    Applications will be accepted                     until position is filled

    Follow LINK to Job Posting

    Follow the LINK to Employment Page


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  • Creston School Board
    Minutes and Agenda
    Creston School Board Minutes
    and Agenda are on the website
    under the OUR DISTRICT tab.
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  • Wildcat Athletic
    The online Wildcat Athletic sign up for Junior High and High School athletics is now available.  Click on the following link and follow the instructions
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  •          PRESS RELEASES
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  •          Title 1A Program
        Parents Right to Know
    Parents and other community members may request information concerning the qualifications of all classroom teachers and paraeducators.
    You may also access the current Title IA Schoolwide Plan by selecting the following link 
    You may also contact Dr. Wadlington at 509-636-2721 or  
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    ELEMENTARY SCHOOL students, please go to the individual teacher page for classroom supply lists.
    Jr.-Sr. HIGH SCHOOL Supply Inventory and Shopping List, please click the following link; remember to go to Teacher Pages for specifics.       
     Creston Secondary Supply List 2015 2016Supply Inventory and Shopping List
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