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For Naas teacher, all the school’s a stage -   Naas Elementary School teacher Kurk Davidson has been acting since the age of 8.  Now he has found a passion and a theatrical outlet in teaching 8 and 9 year olds. Read the Sandy Post article (https://goo.gl/gm0Woq) Story and photo by reporter Brittany Allen
What’s it like to be a school principal? - Local business leaders learned what it takes to manage a public school when they shadowed OTSD principals during the annual Principal for a Day event, sponsored by the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce Career Education Committee. Participants witnessed the array of talents and expertise necessary for creating a positive school climate, building relationships, being an […]
Kim Anderson: An educator in emotions -   By utilizing her own experiences – and a thoroughly constructed comprehensive guidance plan – Firwood Elementary School Counselor Kim Anderson has tried to prove in the last year that she is an adult the students can trust. Read the Sandy Post article (goo.gl/wV54OC) Story and photo by reporter Brittany Allen  
Tuesday, February 7 - Lolo Pass on snow routes
Exclusion Day is February 15 - A letter was sent out in November to the families of students who are not up to date on their immunizations, or who do not have an immunization record on file with the school.  The Clackamas County Health Department will be sending letters with exclusion orders to families who are incomplete.  If we have not received the immunization […]
Welches Schools Receive HEAL Grant - Congratulations to Welches Schools for being awarded a Clackamas County HEAL grant! Welches will receive $8,000 toward the renovation of their playground! The HEAL grant, which stands for Healthy Eating Active Living, will help bring creative structures and nature-inspired upgrades to the school playground. Please contact the school office at (503)622-3165 if you are interested in joining the playground […]

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