Theater Performances This Weekend

Friday night performance begins at 7:00 pm.
Saturday performance begins at 2:00 pm.

Show Prices
​Tickets for Performance
$4 Adults
$2 Kinder-8th Grade

$3 Each or 2 of $5
Popcorn & Water $1
Small Candy $0.50-$2
*Cash/Check Only*


Mumps Alert In Skagit County

The Washington State Department of Health has issued a warning about the current Mumps outbreak. So far, there have been seven confirmed cases of Mumps in Skagit County and 469 throughout Washington State. In order to keep families informed, we have sent a handout home with students.The best protection against mumps is the MMR vaccine (combination MMR and varicella), which protects against measles, mumps, and rubella viruses. If you don’t think you ever had MMR vaccine, contact your healthcare provider for immunizations or a blood test as soon as possible. 
  • If you don’t have a healthcare provider, call your local health department or the Family Health Hotline at 1-800-322-2588.
  • If you think you have been exposed to mumps, contact your healthcare provider for advice.
If you become ill after a possible exposure to mumps, contact your healthcare provider and ask to be evaluated. Also, protect others - Stay away from people to avoid exposing them to mumps.

Mumps Cases map


Morning Chess Club

Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students are invited to participate in the Bay View "Chess Club" between 8:30-8:55 am beginning Thursday, February 23rd. The cost is free but parent permission is required. Permission forms are available on the wall outside Ms. Dodd's office on the main floor. Due to class size restrictions, Chess Club is limited to the first 25 students who turn in permission forms. 


Lawmakers Debate Civics In Olympia

By Jerry Cornfield

Maybe it’s the constitutional scrap incited by the McCleary school funding decision.

Maybe it’s the constitutional commotion ignited by President Donald Trump’s travel ban executive order.

Or maybe they simply want to inspire more conversations about the Constitution and governance, ours and the nation’s, in classrooms across Washington.

Whatever the motives, initiatives to improve and expand civics education are wending their way through the legislative labyrinth.