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Upcoming Events

 

   Board of Directors' Meeting
   Apr 12 2017 at 07:00 PM
   Board of Directors' Meeting
   May 10 2017 at 07:00 PM
   Board of Directors' Meeting
   Jun 14 2017 at 07:00 PM

Families with students living past 232nd and Hwy 224 are on snow routes until the slide is repaired.  


weLCOME TO ESTACADA SCHOOL DISTRICT

We are located in the foothills of the beautiful Cascades. Our District is made up of two Elementary Schools, a Middle School, a High School, and a Charter School. We provide a small town school environment for 1675 public school students and approximately 1100 students in our Summit Learning Center Charter School. Our service area covers a surprisingly large geographic area of more than 750 square miles of rural Oregon countryside in the Clackamas River basin, and includes considerable portions of the Mt. Hood National Forest.

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NEWS

Interim Superintendent Appointment 17-18
02/09/2017
Press Release - The Estacada Board of Directors’ appointed High School Principal Ryan Carpenter as Interim Superintendent for the 2017-2018 school year.
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Family/Community - 16-17 Calendar Changes (1-23-17)
01/23/2017
As you are aware, we have had 9 snow days so far with the possibility of more stormy days to come. The District has put much thought and effort in how to best make-up the 9 lost days.
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READ AND RIDE PROGRAM
12/16/2016
Estacada School District Transportation Services will be piloting a new program that encourages reading during bus rides.
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Transportation Newsletter Update
10/25/2016
Dear Parents/Guardian, As Fall is upon us, I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you how we are progressing with Transportation changes. Based upon a continued concern that students are being picked up and arriving too early in the morning, we will be pushing back pick up times by approximately 10 minutes. All but two routes will be pushed back by 10 minutes. The two routes that are unchanged are Route 9 (Spongebob) and Route 10 (Goofy). We cannot push these back as they have two routes to complete in the morning. When we have more drivers, we will adjust these as well. Please note the new pick up times are being sent home with your student. For further details, refer to our Transportation web page.
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Water Quality Testing Results - Lead Update
10/10/2016
The Estacada School District has contracted with Always Pure, Indy Safety and Pixis Labs (state certified) to conduct water quality sampling at schools and buildings in the district. Both cold and hot water fixtures were sampled. The testing was started by Always Pure and completed Indy Safety.
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Estacada School District Lead Testing (8/18/16)
08/18/2016
The Estacada School District recently completed lead testing on every water spigot, both inside and outside of all school building sites. No lead was found at Eagle Creek Annex, River Mill Elementary Annex, Estacada Middle School, and Clackamas River Elementary Schools.
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School Food Service Program Change
04/15/2016
The Estacada School District has been piloting a new meal program in three of our four schools for the last year and a half. The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) was offered through USDA and the Oregon Department of Education to give schools with high percentages of low-income children the option to offer free school meals to all children without having to qualify families based on their income.
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