Congratulations to SHS Speech & Debate Team!-Congratulations to the Sandy High School Speech and Debate Team for their 3rd place finish at Districts. The Pioneers qualified 6 people, along with 3 alternates, for the State Tournament on April 19-21. Congratulations to: Cassidy Moore – District Champion in Radio and Impromptu Hannah Randall – District Champion in Extemp Lilyanne Caswell & Parker […]
Sandy High expands college opportunities for freshmen-Class of 2021 students tour Mt. Hood Community College career technical classes On Feb. 16 and 23, nearly half of the SHS class of 2021 participated in a tour of the college at 26000 S.E. Stark St. The main focus was career and technical education (CTE), as the numerous CTE classes offered by Mt. Hood […]
Sandy High senior’s drive earns place in Ford ASSET program-Mimi Van Tuyl, 17, enjoys hands-on aspect of learning in the automotive industry. Traditional academics like math and writing have never really been Sandy senior Mimi Van Tuyl’s cup of tea. A kinesthetic learner, Van Tuyl would rather utilize her hands to fix a car than to operate a calculator, and that passion has procured […]
Helping children thrive here!- This week, OTSD is celebrating Classified school employees – our awesome support staff! Please help us thank them for creating an environment where children thrive. Our Classified staff members perform essential jobs including cooking, supervising recess, cleaning and maintaining school facilities and grounds, supporting principals and teachers, and assisting with student instruction.
Mock Trial Team qualifies for State-Congratulations to the Sandy High Varsity Mock Trail Team for finishing 3rd at the Regional Competition on March 3rd! Their 3rd place finish qualifies them for the State Tournament on March 16-17 in Portland and a chance to compete at the National Tournament in Reno in May.
Shakespeare comes to Welches Middle School-Mistaken identities, murder most foul, a masquerade ball and a coven of witches; Thursday, Feb. 15 was not the typical evening at Welches Middle School. That night, seventh and eighth grade students offered performances of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” and “Macbeth” as the culmination of a two-week artist in residence program that was […]