Job Location


WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
800 Field Street
Centralia, Washington 98531
Map of Washington Elementary School
Phone:  360-330-7641
Fax:  360-330-7815
Web Site:  http://www.centralia.k12.wa.us/Domain/328

Grades: 

4th - 6th
Enrollment:  402
Setting:  Small City/Town
District:  Centralia School District 401

Welcome to Washington Elementary School!
Centralia School District

The school district is located in Lewis County, the largest of Washington’s 39 counties and one of the most scenic. District enrollment for the 2015-2016 school year averaged 3,524 which includes a four-year AA high school, a two-year middle school, five primary/intermediate elementary grade centers, analternative school, and a special services cooperative. We are dedicated to providing a quality education for all through programs and facilities of which Centralians are justly proud. The district employs 220 certificated and 293 classified staff members.

In February 2017 nearly 62 percent of voters in the Centralia School District approved a $74 million general obligation bond. Paired with $27 million in state matching funds, the district will use the funding to completely reconstruct and modernize Centralia High School and replace Fords Prairie and Jefferson Lincoln elementary schools with brand new facilities. Each new elementary school will have a capacity of 525 students in a K-6 configuration, eliminating a significant number of portable classrooms thought the district. In addition, each remaining elementary school in Centralia will be reconfigured to K-6 and all schools will receive substantial safety and security upgrades. At CHS, a new STEM facility will be constructed along with the existing building renovations. This STEM facility is funded in part by a $3.616 million grant from OSPI.


Our Community

Centralia is located in Southwest Washington, enabling its 16,336 residents to enjoy the scenic beauty as well as many outdoor activities including mountain climbing, hiking, fishing, boating, water and snow skiing, and access to ocean beaches. . .all within a one hundred mile radius. The community is often described as “kid-oriented” because of the support of student activities. Centralia is also the location of the state’s oldest community college which offers a wide variety of educational opportunities.