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The Coupeville School Board is accepting applications to fill a spot opened up by the health-related resignation of Vice-President Glenda Merwine.

It’s a Director At-Large position, so candidates can reside anywhere within school district boundaries.

Applications are due by Nov. 30 and can be submitted online or to the Coupeville School District Superintendents Office at 501 S. Main St.

Finalists will be interviewed Dec. 8.

The appointee will finish out Merwine’s current term, with the position going up for election in 2023.


To apply online, pop over to:



For a PDF application, which must be submitted to the Superintendent’s Office, try:

Click to access Fillable%20Application%20for%20Appointment%20of%20Board%20Member%20071221.pdf

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Coupeville High School/Middle School Athletic Director Willie Smith is in a hirin’ mood. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The hardwood calls.

Coupeville Middle School is in desperate need of applicants for two open girls basketball coaching gigs.

Practice begins Jan. 24, with the Wolves set to play a 10-game season.

But to do so, there has to be coaches in place.

To get in the mix, and possibly score a face-to-face interview with the silver-tongued bard of Wolf Nation — Athletic Director Willie Smith — pop over to:


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Coupeville sophomores such as Gwen Gustafson are eligible to apply for a leadership position with the WIAA. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Give Coupeville a voice.

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association is accepting applications through May 31 to fill eight spots on its LEAP (Leadership through Education, Activities, and Personal Development) committee.

To apply you need to be a current high school sophomore, and, if selected, you will serve two years spanning your junior (2021-2022) and senior (2022-2023) years.

The LEAP committee meets 5-6 times per school year, with students also having a chance to be involved in WIAA Executive Board meetings.

Whidbey Island has had one representative since the program began in 2009, with South Whidbey’s Megan Drake part of the class of 2017.

Why apply?

Because selection to the committee will look really, really good on your resume as you apply for college.

Because you can’t let the fancy-dancy Seattle schools have all the spots on a committee which directly impacts 225,000 participants in athletics and activities.

And because you need to give me something to write about, after a Cow Town student breaks the glass ceiling.

Mostly the last one.

So go fill out an online application and submit a short personal statement on video today.


Apply here:

WIAA | Washington Interscholastic Activities Association

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   Be like Julia Myers and go out and grab your reward. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Don’t leave money sitting on the table.

If you’re a Coupeville High School senior and you fit certain criteria, you could be in the running to nab sweet, sweet cash from local photographer John Fisken.

If you do what needs to be done.

For the fifth year, Fisken will be taking a percentage of what he makes off of selling glossy pics of Wolf athletes and redistributing it to two deserving CHS seniors.

To be eligible for the cash award, which has averaged out to about $250 per student, you:

*Must have participated in at least two sports for all four years of high school

*Must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA

*Must NOT be getting any type of athletic scholarship from any college

*Must submit a 500-word essay, “How Sports Made Me A Better Person”

Applications can be found in the CHS counseling office and everything needs to be submitted by April 10.

Past winners of the award include Breeanna Messner, Brandon Kelley, Julia Myers, Aaron Trumbull, Sebastian Davis, Jared Helmstadter, Skyler Lawrence and Grey Rische.

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