Travel Tracker Portal
We have launched our *NEW* Travel Tracker Portal for all Coupeville School District Families. Please follow the Link below to sign up and utilize this new feature for Coupeville Schools Transportation Department.
Coupeville School District job opportunities details and the application process are managed through our Applitrack online system. All application materials must be submitted by the closing date and time.
Search Postings for Coupeville School District
Apply Online for a Position with the Coupeville School District
Completed applications submitted online by the due date will be screened to determine candidates to be interviewed. An interview team will interview and then recommend for employment the person most qualified to fill the position.
The supervisor for the position will conduct reference checks prior to making a final recommendation to the superintendent and Board of Directors.
Applicants will be notified by the district when the position has been filled.
Applications will be screened to determine candidates for interviews. The interview team will select from the applicants the most qualified person to fill the position. Applicants will be notified by the district when the position has been filled.
The applicant selected will be hired on a temporary basis, subject to favorable reporting from Washington State Patrol and FBI Fingerprint background checks.
The Coupeville School District is a drug, tobacco, and weapon free workplace. Please note the nondiscrimination notice in the footer of this page.
Applications for certificated and classified substitutes are accepted online at any time. Human Resources will schedule a meeting with each substitute to review completed applications and district procedures.
About Our Great District
The Coupeville School District is located on the central portion of Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, Washington. Our schools serve over 1,000 students on four campuses, which include our High School, Middle School, Elementary School and Open Den.
CSD Land Acknowledgement
Coupeville Schools are located on the ancestral lands of the Lower Skagit people. For thousands of years, Coast Salish tribes have stewarded these lands, waterways, plants, and animals. We pay respect to the elders past, present, and emerging for they hold the memories, traditions, and culture of their people across the nation. Coupeville Schools are committed to educating students, staff, and the community about this long history as we honor and acknowledge the continued presence of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, and all other Indigenous peoples.