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Gravity, nature inspire Naas Elementary teacher

When not snowboarding, Chris Goede thrives on mentoring students. “In my job as an educator – there’s not one thing I’m going to teach them that will make them successful,” Goede says. “But getting them excited about learning, and teaching them to learn, will get them further in life.” Read about Naas Elementary School 5th […]

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Keep voting for Sandy High artists

Sandy High is a finalist in the Vans Custom Culture Shoe Competition. Help our students win $50,000 for the Sandy High Art Program! VOTE HERE: Watch the 2 minute video that shows how the shoes were designed: Video produced by SHS student Kyler Kim ALSO – Watch SHS artists Ayla Nguyen and Lauren Hibdon […]

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SHS students fabricate time capsule

In preparation for the 100th anniversary of the 1st graduating class, SHS students fabricated a time capsule to store memories about their school and the world of today. Matt Johnson and Noah Whitlock, SHS juniors in Manufacturing 3, fabricated the capsule. The 100th anniversary celebration is scheduled for Saturday, May 20 at Sandy High. The […]

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SHS students reveal their talent

  Congratulations to our talented Sandy High artists! They displayed their works of art at the recent Mt Hood Community College Art Show and walked away with several awards: Grace Crofts: “Through the Looking Glass,” 1st-Originality Savanna Castillo: “Untitled,” 1st-Composition (shown) Haven Russell: “Time of Their Lives,” 2nd-Composition Carl Nelson: “Faded Power,” Honorable Mention Apryl Jackson: […]

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Support Sandy High School Artists!

  Sandy High School is a FINALIST out of 3000 high schools across the nation in the Vans Custom Culture Shoe Competition! Give them a chance to win $50,000 for the SHS Art Program. VOTE NOW at:                                     […]

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A technical retirement

After 35 years, school board pillar Terry Lenchitsky calls it quits. In Terry Lenchitsky’s last year as school board chairman, Cedar Ridge Middle School presented him with a lightning bolt-emblazened superhero cape during School Board Appreciation Week. Though he will miss many aspects of his position, he feels confident the board will continue to lead […]

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Teacher brings love for outdoors into classroom

Rachel Jumago has passion for sharing scientific knowledge. Growing up in Oregon, Rachel Jumago was raised with a concern for her Earth, which later grew into a need to educate youth in resources and science. “It’s cool to be part of something that’s a service to the community,” Jumago explains. “Teaching at SHS feels like […]

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8th grade students learn about CTE programs

8th grade students from across the district are getting a preview this week of Sandy High School’s Career & Technical Education (CTE) offerings, as students begin the process of forecasting for their freshman year. Students toured classrooms and learned about options in Engineering, Health Careers, Manufacturing, Automotive, Agriculture, and Business. Sandy High is also expanding […]

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