Oregon Trail Schools
Children Thrive Here!
Evening schedule for Monday, February 4: Naas Elementary conferences will continue as scheduled. All other district schools and facilities will close at 6:00 p.m.read more
Watch Firwood students on fry release day. Students in Elsie McIver's 4th grade class participated in the Department of Fish and Wildlife's Fish Eggs to Fry program. The students reared Chinook salmon in the classroom and engaged in watershed education, outdoor...read more
The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) released their statewide graduation report showing Sandy High’s graduation rate continues to increase, and the school’s Career & Technical Education opportunities are making a huge impact on student success. Sandy High’s...read more
January is School Board Recognition Month The Oregon Trail School District Board of Directors is a team of dedicated volunteers committed to fighting for the best for all students. They set district goals, establish policy, adopt the budget, and ensure accountability...read more
The Oregon Trail School District Budget Committee has vacancies to fill. Interested applicants must reside within OTSD boundaries, be a registered voter, and not be employed by OTSD. The application is available at:...read more
Sandy native Amy Owens left career in social work for elementary school teaching After years of working with children in the juvenile justice system, Amy Owens left a career in social work to see child development from a different angle. "I was curious to know the...read more