Superintendent Jeff Cravy

Prior to coming to Conway Mr. Cravy spent thirteen as years as an elementary school principal at both South Whidbey and Tonasket Elementary Schools. As school principal he led two different elementary schools.  Additional he managed the following federal and state programs: Title I, LAP, ELL, and Highly Capable.   Mr. Cravy has successfully implemented the PBIS behavioral program in both schools, as well as working with the North West ESD in Anacortes to train other schools in behavioral interventions. Mr. Cravy has facilitated professional learning communities in both districts with a focus on teacher efficacy and the use of data to improve instruction. Prior to becoming an administrator, Mr. Cravy was a reading specialist in Oroville, WA and a classroom teacher in Arlington, WA.  In his spare time Mr. Cravy has volunteered for Skagit County Fire as a firefighter/EMT, Tonasket EMS as an EMT and the director of ambulance services, and is currently a Lieutenant and EMT with South Whidbey Fire/EMS.

You can contact Jeff Cravy by email or by calling the District Office at 360-445-5785.

District Office

The Conway District Office is open from 7am to 4pm on school days.

Our Promise to Stakeholders

In all interactions with the Conway School District, our stakeholders will feel valued, welcomed, safe, and acknowledged.

Collective Commitments

What we teach?

  • We are committed to having shared high expectations for all students. We promise our students that we will have a working knowledge of the standards to help our students succeed, grow, and be prepared for the next level.

Who we teach?

  • We are flexible educators who know that students have the ability to expand and go beyond expectations.
  • We are committed to meeting all students where they are, and with them, to continue to facilitate 21st century skills and success.

How we teach?

  • We are committed to the role of teachers and students as facilitators, communicators, collaborators and inquirers – this will help create students who are self-directed, collaborative, life-long learners.

3-Year District Improvement Goals

Whole-School State Assessment Goals in Math and English Language Arts

3rd-8th Grade ELA Proficiency

Other Skills Assessed

  • Science: State Assessment in 5th & 8th Grades
  • Technology: Classroom-Based Assessments based on identified proficiencies
  • Social Studies: Classroom-Based Assessments
  • 21st Century ‘Soft Skills': To be determined by staff

3rd-8th Grade Math Proficiency

District Priorities

  • Professional Learning Communities
  • Intervention/Extension (RtI Process)
  • Instructional/Assessment Alignment
  • Technology Integration
  • Instructional Leadership
  • Improved Internal/External Communication and Out-Reach
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