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New Paved Pathway Will Connect Oregon City High School and Clackamas Community College

The School District in partnership with Clackamas Community College recently broke ground on a new pathway linking the Oregon City High School and the college campus. 

Five community leaders with shovels breaking ground on new path

Pictured from left: Larry Didway - OCSD Superintendent, Cameron Seward - OCSD Board Member, Bob Cochran - CCC Dean of Campus Services, Ron Lee - BBL Architects Principal, Kelly Reid - City of Oregon City Assistant Planner 

"I love the symbolism of this pathway between Oregon City High school and the college and the way it represents the partnership we have together," said Larry Didway, Superintendent. "Our students benefit greatly from our connection with the college and this pathway enforces our bond and the work we do together for student success."

The new paved pathway will be ADA accessible, lined with lighting and will include wood benches. The project was made possible using the Metro Neighborhood Trails Grant, City of Oregon City Enhancement Grant along with capital funds from the college and school district. The project is slated to be competed in October, 2017.