Coupeville School District Student Support Services

501 South Main Street
Coupeville WA 98239
360-678-2404 phone
360-678-4834 fax

JULIE HUNT

Julie Hunt

Special Services Secretary

Support services and programs help students with diverse needs succeed in school.

  • Career and Technical Education

    Coupeville High School offers sequential CTE courses in woods and welding leading toward industry certification.

  • Child Find

    The district offers free developmental screening for developmental delays in motor, communication, problem solving, self-help, and social skills.

  • College in the High School

    Through an agreement with the University of Washington, high school students may pay tuition to receive UW credit for English.

  • College Prep Courses

    High school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to enroll in challenging college prep courses in English and Social Studies

  • Counseling, Guidance, and Support

    Services are provided by the district’s three Educational Staff Associates Dana Stone, Jody Kissin, and Kate Anderson and by mental health counselor Raven Jirikovic under an agreement with the Island County Human Services department.

  • Highly Capable Program

    The district offers highly capable program services to qualified students.

  • Homeless Support

    Homeless students are entitled to and encouraged to enroll in public schools and to take advantage of available support services. Homeless Liaison/Nurse Kristina Kirby, at 360-678-2421, can provide more information to homeless students and their families.

  • Home-based Instruction Students

    Home-based instruction students may access special education services, including speech and occupational therapy. HBI students may register through the high school for Running Start courses, and also may participate in district athletic and activity programs.

  • Juvenile Detention Education School

    Youth incarcerated in the Island County Juvenile Detention Center receive educational services on-site, including support to transition back to their resident school.

  • Running Start

    Qualifying juniors and seniors may enroll in community college courses to earn both high school and college credit. Students and families interested in Running Start are encouraged to talk with both the school and college counselors about their schedule.

  • Special Education

    If you have any questions on Special Education please contact Special Services Secretary Julie Hunt at 360-678-2404.

    If you have concerns about your child age Birth to 3, please contact a Family Resources Coordinator at 360-679-1039 for a free developmental screening in communication, motor, self-help, problem-solving, social or behavioral skills.

  • Title 1 / Learning Assistance Program

  • Title I and Learning Assistance Programs provide help for students achieving below grade level in the areas of reading and math. Students are referred to the program based on their performance at school.

  • Transitional Bilingual Instruction

    Students receive support to improve English language skills, in addition to their regular coursework. A district paraeducator works with students, staff, and families to support instruction and facilitate communication.

  • Tutoring/Mentoring

    Through an agreement withBig Brothers Big Sisters of Island County, students and adults may participate in training to become a tutor/mentor for a student.