Coupeville School Board

  • The five-member Board of Directors includes three directors who must reside in the designated geographic districts, and two who are elected "at-large"and may reside anywhere in the district. Once elected, directors serve the entire district.

Board Meeting

  • The Coupeville School Board meets for Regular Meetings on the last Thursday of every month at the Coupeville school boardroom at 501 S. Main Street, Coupeville, Annex Room 305, unless otherwise posted. All meetings are open to the public unless the Board meets in executive session in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act. Meetings are held in-person and audio and streaming options continue to be available. 

    Persons with disabilities who desire to attend a Board meeting may contact the district office at 360-678-2404 so that arrangements can be made to participate in the meeting.

2023-2024 School Board Calendar

Board Members

  • Morgan White
    Director At-Large

    Nancy Conard

    Vice President

    District 2

    Sherry Phay
    Legislative Representative
    District 3

    Alison Perera
    Director At-Large

    Charles "Chic" Merwine
    District 1

  • Date & Time

    Meeting Type & Location


    June 8, 2024 1:00 p.m.

    Special Meeting, Mickey Clark Field

    Attending Graduation

    June 13, 2024

    5:30 p.m.

    Workshop, Anderson Boardroom

    Budget Review

    Lunch Price Adjustment

    Fines and Fees

    June 27, 2024

    5:30 p.m.

    Regular, Anderson Boardroom

    Activities Report

    Strategic Plan Annual Update

    School Improvement Plan Progress Review 

    SP-Managing Resources Effectively

    July 25, 2024

    5:30 p.m.

    Regular, Anderson Boardroom


    August 2, 2024


    Retreat, Open Den


    SP- Strategic Plan

    PTC- Parent Teacher Conferences

District Goals

  • 1. Assist all students to achieve grade level expectations or IEP Goals.

    2. Challenge students to reach beyond grade level expectations toward higher levels of performance.

    3. Support a "culture of reflection" to drive successful continuous improvement.

    4. Strengthen communication with families and community.