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Summer Food Service Program | June 17th - August 23rd, 2019

Join us for Free Nutritious Summer Meals for youth 1-18 years old. 

Dates for All Locations: 

  • June 17th - August 23rd, 2019, Monday to Friday 
  • Closed July 4 & 5 for Independence Day

Holcomb Elementary School

Gardiner Middle School

Eastham Community Center

Candy Lane Elementary

Rivercrest Park

Kingsberry Heights Apartments

Grocery Outlet

  • Address: 878 Molalla Ave, Oregon City, OR 97045
  • Lunches Served: Noon to 1 pm

Oregon City Terrace

  • Address: 600 May Street, Oregon City, OR 97045
  •  Lunches Served: Noon to 1 p.m.

Summer Menus

New Director of Special Services

Todd Nicholson has been selected as the next Director of Special Services, effective July 1, 2019. He is currently serving as Administrator for Special Programs at Beaverton School District. Nicholson has a Masters of Science in School Psychology from Lewis & Clark College and School Administrator credential from Portland State University.

“I am thrilled for the opportunity to work at Oregon City School District. I look forward to supporting students and families of all needs as well as ensuring that our teaching staff has the resources and practices needed to increase student achievement,” said Nicholson. “I believe in an educational experience that works for everyone.”

New Associate Principal of Oregon City High School

Stacy Erickson, a West Linn educator, has been selected as the as the new Associate Principal of Oregon City High School. Erickson holds a doctorate in education from the University of Oregon and a masters degree in teaching from Lewis & Clark College. She is the parent of three grown sons, a teacher, a graduate student, and a  junior at the University of Oregon.

"We are fortunate to bring Stacy on to our school leadership team,” said Principal Carey Wilhelm. “She brings enthusiasm and a real passion for student success."

Administration Announcements

Todd Nicholson, currently Administrator for Special Programs in Beaverton School District, has been selected as the next Director of Special Services starting July 1, 2019. 

Melissa Berg will serve as the Associate Director of Special Services. She has served Oregon City as a Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) for the special services department and substituted as an associate principal last fall at Oregon City High School.  She is excited to take on this new role.

Gregory Cimmiyotti will be the Data and Assessment Coordinator for the district. This is a new position made possible with grant funding to provide district level coordination of multiple assessment tools, data systems and reporting for school teams and other staff. Gregory's previous experience as a building leader will be an asset to this assignment, and she looks forward to supporting improved use of data systemwide.

Pete Danner will be an Associate Principal at Oregon City High School. He is an experienced building and department leader and excited to be a part of the new administrative team at OCHS.

Stacy Erickson will be a new Associate Principal of Oregon City High School. She is an experienced educator coming to the district from West Linn. She is excited to join our school community. 

Hiring and training drivers

Being a School Bus Driver is a great part time job for stay at home parents, retirees, and college students. 


 

Reasons to Consider Being a School Bus Driver:

  • Paid training provided
  • Part-time hours
  • Health/retirement benefits
  • Paid holidays

Requirements:

  • Must have a good DMV record
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check
Apply Online

For additional information please call the transportation department at 503-785-8537 and ask for a supervisor or the driver trainer.

More@4 pre-kindergarten dual language immersion


We are announcing the newest addition to our pre-kindergarten “More@4” program, a Spanish immersion class at Jennings Lodge Elementary. 

This fee-based half-day program will introduce your child to the Spanish language. This program is designed to encourage a child’s natural curiosity as they explore, play, and learn the foundational skills necessary for a successful transition to kindergarten in a dual immersion classroom. 

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