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Mr. Ray Arment

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Local Address: Seattle, Washington, United States
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Employment History

  • Contributor
    EatonvilleNews
  • Superintendent
  • President
    Eatonville School District
  • Superintendent
    Eatonville School District

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Secretary To the Board of Directors
    Eatonville School District
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www.eatonvillenews.net, 2 Oct 2009 [cached]
Superintendent Ray Arment to Retire in June...
September 26, 2009 : Superintendent Ray Arment confirmed to ENN today that he is retiring at the end of the 2009-2010 school year. Arment said most of the school renovations should be finished by the time he retires. However, the middle school will still be a project which a new superintendent will have to help oversee. Eatonville High School Alumnus John Erickson, class of 1959, is also the architect who helped design the school renovations. He said the middle school project won't be a problem because the work still needing to be done is mainly additions to the existing building.
Retirement Press Release from School...
September 28, 2009
At the September 23, 2009 school board meeting, Eatonville School District Superintendent Ray Arment announced his retirement effective June 30, 2010. "Working with the selfless and highly dedicated certificated and classified staff, principals and directors, central office staff, volunteers, community members and thousands of our community's beloved children, has been a singular highlight of my life, Arment told the school board. "I truly will miss the daily challenges, adventure and excitement my superintendency offered, as well as the children, legions of volunteers and superlative staff with whom I served," Arment added. The national average length of a superintendent's term is two and a half years in a school district. Superintendent Arment will have served Eatonville twelve years, which is longer than his five predecessors combined.
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An email sent to Superintendent Ray Arment, Friday, June 12, asked if there was any truth to the story that, "...five school buses has been vandalized. Any truth to this? Arment's answer stated, "They were vandalized." However, talking to a couple of school district employees Friday I was told only two of Eatonville's school buses had been vandalized in the lot where they are parked behind the district office. Bus seats had been vandalized, tires reportedly slashed, and spit and urine left on the seats and floor of the buses. When I visited the site on Friday I talked with one of the bus drivers sweeping out her own bus. She said she had previously worked for a district on the Kitsap Peninsula, where buses in more secure sites than Eatonville's had been more severely damaged.
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"A strong underlying rating leads to a lower cost of borrowing, which translates into taxpayer savings," said Eatonville Superintendent Ray Arment.
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Superintendent Ray Arment announced Friday, July 18. 2008, that Eatonville School District 404 received three major construction match grants from the Superintendent of Public Instruction. "The district applied for these construction grants shortly following the passage of the school modernization and renovation bond in the spring of 2006" Arment said.
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It will be very much like they did 10 years ago when Superintendent Ray Arment first came to the district.
Superintendent Explains Survey
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Superintendent Ray Arment.
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The fire protection system upgrade is required before the renovation of Weyerhaeuser Elementary School may begin according to Superintendent Ray Arment. "This work is unique to Weyerhaeuser because this school is on a well system. This work is not required at Eatonville Elementary School since it is on the town's water system. Arment said. On April 30, 2008, the school board approved a contract for leased portable classrooms that students will use at both Weyerhaeuser and Eatonville Elementary Schools during renovation, which is scheduled to begin in the early fall. This fall, Eatonville High School will be at the mid-point in modernization, two 30-year-old elementary schools will begin renovation and the 21-year-old middle school will be in architectural design. "The Honor the Past and Build for the Future theme of the Capital Improvement Bond is in full swing," Arment said.
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Raymond F. Arment, Secretary to the Eatonville School Board of Directors
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Left to right: Superintendent Ray Arment, President Timothy Patterson, Director Kirk Heinz, Student Representative Laura Severson, Director Bruce Lachney, and Director Robert Miller.
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Superintendent Raymond F. Arment, III, addressed those gathered in the nearly empty library. Arment looked around and said, "Thank every one of you for being here. You were here when we needed you. He spoke of the big changes coming to the schools and how the future of education will touch generations. Arment noted that some of the kids who would benefit from the modernization "haven't been born yet and some of their parents haven't been born yet. Arment also explained the renovation would "pump a lot of money into the community," with the "need for various trades."
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The happy diggers are, from left to right: School District 404 Superintendent Ray Arment; school board member Kirk Heinz; board member Bob Homan; State Senator Marilyn Rasmussen; board President Tim Patterson; Eatonville Mayor Tom Smallwood; board member Bruce Lachney; board member Dr. Bob Miller; b oard Student Representative Laura Severson; State Representative Jim McCune and John Erickson, architect - Erickson McGovern.
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According to Superintendent Ray Arment, "We started discussions about having a portable AED available at the high school football and basketball games.
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ENN asked Superintendent Ray Arment if "rumors" of the trees being cut down were true. He answered, "This one is partially true.
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Today's elected board of directors are: Bob Miller, Bob Homan, Kirk Heinz, Tim Patterson and Bruce Lachney with Superintendent Ray Arment as secretary.
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Superintendent Ray Arment said, "We are audited at least once a year. All auditor staffing is directly paid for by the entities being audited. It costs the district "about $80" and hour according to Arment.
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Ohop Grange Gives Kids the Gift of Words...
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Ohop Grange member, Ruth Nelson, visits with D. J. Weatherly as she personalizes his new Ohop Grange dictionary
Over One-Hundred-Fifty New Dictionaries Given to all Elementary Schools in District...
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October 2, 2006: Superintendent Ray Arment continues a tradition he started eight years ago. At the beginning of each school year Superintendent Arment personally delivers a new teacher's first paycheck and thanks him or her for choosing to teach in Eatonville School District. A local restaurant
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Not pictured, Superintendent Ray Arment, Robert Miller, Student Representative, Sean Andrascik, and Business Manager, Cathy Bryant.
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www.eatonvillenews.net, 20 May 2010 [cached]
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In a statement to ENN, Superintendent Ray Arment said, "All who care about providing our children competitive skills when they enter the workforce are deeply saddened. All of those who care about the future of this wonderful community are saddened also." When asked how real and/or imminent is the possibility of actually busing high school students to the Bethel District, Arment answered, "Any school district that fails to comply with the No Child Left Behind Act is at risk of the state stepping in and providing alternate governance. If we do not have appropriate facilities to teach our children, someday Eatonville will not meet the standards and the state will be required to locate a school district who will. Arment added, "We may not lose all our schools." " Have we lost faculty because of the condition of our school? Yes. Principals have told me we have had candidates who are scheduled for an employment interview, come to town, look at the facilities and cancel the interview. This occurs more often in the hard to attract areas such as math and science." ENN asked, "In your opinion, why did the bond fail the second time? Arment replied, "Actually it is the ninth time in a row.
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Superintendent of Schools Ray Arment said the decision was made in collaboration with the police and was considered a safety precaution. Arment noted there was an instance where snipers waited outside a school in the past and they didn't want to take a chance with EMS students and teachers lives. The tragic episode he referred to happened in March 1998 at a middle school in Jonesboro, Ark. Four students and one teacher was killed and ten others wounded outside the school when a fire alarm was set off by the shooters who were 13 and 11 years old. Arment said the "language" of the first threat indicated the best course of action was to lock down the building and then send everyone home.
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During a conference call with Arment and Auton , the superintendent explained that 250 instructional hours were lost during just one of the threats. Five hundred and fifty students were evacuated, the school was searched and students were allowed back in the building. This took half an hour, Arment estimated. Auton said they are working with the police and "encouraging kids to come forward" and "two kids have admitted involvement. According to Auton one boy may be "tied" to two of the threats. Arment emphasized that bomb threats are "a felony" and parents as well as students can be held accountable. He noted that on the day the students were sent home school lunches had to be discarded, hourly employees lose pay and buses cost $3.25 per mile to take kids home. Parents of the guilty students will have to pay for the disruption and added expense the threats are creating. At the school board meeting Wednesday, March 26, Arment said persons implicated in the threats at the high school "are no longer in our district," and pointed out the fact that making such threats rank among one of the "highest offenses a student can commit. The offense is punishable by expulsion and could result in a trip to Remann Hall. Arment also explained that the threats at the middle school were written so lightly it took a flashlight to see them and he mentioned there are thousands of school bomb threats across the U. S. and no schools have been blown up. Auten and Arment said each threat is handled individually and "each time we have an event we have to make different decisions.
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www.eatonvillenews.net, 1 May 2004 [cached]
According to Superintendent Ray Arment 540 more people voted in the April election than in February, and 173 people switched from "no" votes to "yes.
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TOGETHER, We commit to excellence in education and preparation for life.
Press Release Submitted by Superintendent Ray Arment
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Superintendent Ray Arment said the goal of the grant is to provide all Eatonville's children with a safe, drug free school environment by creating partnerships among teachers, families, drug and alcohol prevention specialists, police officers, mental health professionals and community social workers.
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Arment said, "we are all excited about Linda's grant which expands the wonderful cooperation among schools and community to benefit children."
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At the Eatonville School Board's 7 p.m. meeting Tuesday, discussion of agenda item "superintendent contract" began with board director Ron Springer bringing forth a motion that Superintendent Ray Arment's "contract remain as it stands, with the expiration date of June 2004.
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Chair Robert Bass explained that Superintendent Arment was "evaluated on nine goals, and as far as the board is concerned he was on track with all nine."
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www.eatonvillenews.net, 4 Feb 2004 [cached]
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EatonvilleNews
www.eatonvillenews.net, 30 Nov 2006 [cached]
School District Superintendent Ray Arment
School Closure Decisions Explained by Superintendent
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Ray Arment, Superintendent
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