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The FUTURE of Oregon City Schools

Share your thoughts about the future of schools in Oregon City District and their value as educational centers and community hubs. 

Learn what the Long Range Facility Committee determined about the condition, critical issues, and future of the schools. 

Attend a meeting and share your voice to help determine the FUTURE of schools in our area.  

Click on the date or location to RSVP. 

Date Focus Location
Thursday, October 20 at 6pm Gaffney Lane | Presentation and Workshop Gaffney Lane
Tuesday, October 25 at 6pm  Beavercreek | Presentation and Workshop Beavercreek
Thursday, October 27 at 6pm  Redland| Presentation and Workshop Redland
Wednesday, November 2 at 7pm Gardiner Middle School | Presentation  Gardiner Middle School
Thursday, November 3 at 7pm Ogden Middle School | Presentation Ogden Middle School
Wednesday, November 9 at 7pm Gardiner Middle School | Workshop Gardiner Middle School
Thursday, November 10 at 7pm Ogden Middle School | Workshop Ogden Middle School

Call for Presenters & Resource Vendors: 2017 Family Focus Forum

The Family Focus Forum is Oregon City’s premier family workshop event for families with students of all ages, and we’re looking for high-quality presenters and resource vendors like you to volunteer time and expertise!

If you’d like to give a presentation and/or staff a resource table at this exciting event please submit your information via our online form.
Topics from previous years have included positive discipline, sibling rivalry, managing stress, helping with homework, dealing with ADHD, nutrition, safety and more!
The Family Focus Forum will be held on Saturday, January 28, 2017, and will include both 60 minute and 90 minute workshops focusing on providing parents with information and tools that can help them navigate through their many roles and transitions - creating positive home, work and school environments where parents and kids flourish.

Oregon City High School Staff Receives AED Training

Recently Clackamas Fire District #1 visited Oregon City High School to train staff members on how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Over 100 staff members attended the training. Student safety is a high priority at the high school as approximately 2300 staff and students are on campus daily. Having quick access to the AED’s and training on utilization of this valuable resource is very important.

Oregon City High School has five AEDs; three located in the building, one at the baseball field, and one at the football stadium. Beyond technical training, staff engaged in re-enacting scenarios that could occur within the building that would require the use of the AED. The training of the staff improves an already strong commitment to preparedness and safety at the high school.

District Seeks Three Volunteers for Budget Committee

The Budget Committee consists of seven members appointed by the School Board.  Appointed members serve three-year terms.  Meetings are typically held on Monday evenings.  There will be approximately ten meetings (November – May), but the number and length of these meetings will vary. To be eligible for appointment, applicants must

  1. Live in the Oregon City School District
  2. Be a registered voter
  3. Not be an officer or employee of Oregon City School District

Download the Form (PDF) - Deadline October 24, 2016
Return to  Susan Dodd (susan.dodd@orecity.k12.or.us), Chief Financial Officer at 1417 12th Street, Oregon City, OR

“Every Kid in a Park” Initiative

Through the Every Kid in a Park initiative, each family with a 4th-grade student is eligible for a free parks pass that will allow them to enter, without cost, any national park, monument, reserve, lands or waters until August 31, 2017. No matter where you live in the U.S., you are less than two hours from one or more of the 2,000 included sites!

“Because no matter who you are, no matter where you live, our parks, our monuments, our lands, our waters – these places are your birthright as Americans” President Barack Obama

Oregon City library staff will be printing individual passes for all 4th grade students and will spend time focusing on different national parks. Students will learn about the parks using a variety of resources including:

  • National Geographic Kids
  • National Parks Guide USA
  • World Book Student Encyclopedia
  • “Road Trip: National Parks,” a six book series
  • “Adventures with the Parkers,” a hybrid fiction and non-fiction book

We are excited to help 4th graders get interested and ready to visit our national sites with their families. 

​Get your pass today. 

For more information about this exciting initiative, please contact Jan Snyder, District Librarian at jan.snyder@orecity.k12.or.us


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