WELCOME

Mr. Mike TorresMr. Mike Torres

Principal

Ms. Tracy SavageMs. Tracy Savage

Assistant Principal, CTE Director

griffin dianaMs. Diana Griffin

Head Secretary, Registrar, ASB Secretary

Sevigny-BMs. Bev Sevigny

Attendance & Athletics Secretary

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Vision Statement

E4: Educational Excellence for Everyone, Everyday!

 

ZHS Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Zillah High School to foster the following:

  • The development of basic skills which promote self esteem and produce capable, adaptable, contributing citizens of family, community, national and global society, who possess a desire to continue their educational development throughout their lives.
  • The maintenance of an open environment which encourages frequent, positive interactions and in which every individual is encouraged to participate responsibly in the decisions which affect their lives. This environment will be one in which social responsibility, and academic competence, and excellence are emphasized.
  • Provide a safe, supportive environment where every student and staff member can achieve success.

 

School Climate Philosophy

School climate will be conducive to a positive learning environment that causes each student to be responsible for his/her own behavior. To accomplish this goal, the following things must be a part of the environment:

  • All students and faculty must be treated with fairness, respect, and consistency.
  • Trust must be built among the students, staff, and administrators for all to work together effectively.

 

Accreditation

Zillah High School is accredited by the State Board of Education. This accreditation means that Zillah High School meets all requirements concerning curriculum, personnel, buildings, equipment, and instructional materials.

 

OUR SCHOOL DAY

Campus opens for student arrival: 7:30

School begins: 8:00

School Ends 2:45

Campus Closes: 4:00

BELL SCHEDULES (Warning Bell rings at 7:55 each morning)

Regular

Period 1

8:00-9:10

AM break

9:10-9:20

 Period 2

9:20-10:30

 Period 3

10:35-11:45

LUNCH

11:45-12:15

Period 4

12:20-1:30

Period 5

1:35-2:45
Activity

Period 1

8:00-9:05  

 Period 2

9:10-10:15  

 Period 3

10:20-11:25  

LUNCH

11:25-11:55  

Period 4

12:00-1:05  

Period 5

1:10-2:15  

Activity

2:20-2:45  
 Late Start (Weather)

Period 1

10:00-10:50

 Period 2

10:55-11:40

LUNCH

11:40-12:15

 Period 3

12:20-1:05

Period 4

1:10-1:55

Period 5

2:00-2:45

NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT The Zillah School District 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 employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination.

Title IX Coordinator Doug Burge, Superintendent, 213 4th Ave., Zillah WA 98953, 509-829-5911 doug.burge@zillahschools.org       

Section 504/ADA Coordinator Justin Irion, Assistant Superintendent, 213 4th Ave., Zillah WA 98953, 509-829-5911, justin.irion@zillahschools.org       

Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator Doug Burge, Superintendent, 213 4th Ave., Zillah WA 98953, 509-829-5911 doug.burge@zillahschools.org