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Washington Firefighters Stage at Elementary
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Fire crews used Kittitas Elementary School to stage equipment and tents while they work to contain a wild fire burning near Mile Post 22 in Vantage Washington. Over 2200 acres have burned so far and dozens of homes are being threatened.
 

Fire crews used Kittitas Elementary School to stage equipment and tents while they work to contain a wild fire burning near Mile Post 22 in Vantage, Washington.
Over 2200 acres have burned so far and dozens of homes are being threatened.
"We are happy to assist in any way we can," said Superintendent Rich Stewart. "Many of our students are from Vantage and we want them to know their school is a refuge for fire crews and families facing evacuation."  

WASA Community Leadership Award
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Congratulations to Kittitas Elementary Parent Group Co-President, Stefanie Parker, for receiving the WASA Community Leadership Award. The award was presented to Stefanie at an awards banquet in Yakima for ESD 105 which honored distinguished volunteers and professional staff from the entire region. 

Congratulations to Kittitas Elementary Parent Group Co-President, Stefanie Parker, for receiving the WASA Community Leadership Award. The award was presented to Stefanie at an awards banquet in Yakima for ESD 105 which honored distinguished volunteers and professional staff from the entire region. 

"Mrs. Parker dedicates countless hours organizing various activities, and fundraisers, which benefit the staff and students of Kittitas Elementary," said Del Enders, Principal of Kittitas Elementary School.

School volunteers are an essential part of our public education system. To find out how you can volunteer, contact your building principal or classroom teacher and complete our volunteer background form.