Practical Guidance for Parents during the Pandemic

I Didn't Sign Up for This!Practical Guidance for Parents During the Pandemic Event Sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse Oregon February 4th, 2021 5:30 to 7pm Free Registration required This FREE workshop and series will: Address concerns and create a safe space for families to process stress in their current environmentOffer tangible tools for parents to … Continue reading Practical Guidance for Parents during the Pandemic

Covid-19 Parent Update

COVID-19 Parent Update No. 3 March 12, 2020 Dear Parents/Guardians, In keeping with the latest directive by the Governor, the Oregon Health Authority, and the Oregon Department of Education, North Clackamas School District will close all schools beginning Monday, March 16 - March 31. During the closure, all sports and extra-curricular activities will also … Continue reading Covid-19 Parent Update

Staying Informed About Inclement Weather

Message from the district: Dear Parents/Guardians, In preparation for winter, North Clackamas Schools has created a graphic that includes all of the tools the district uses to share information when inclement weather impacts the operation of schools. Two versions of the graphic are attached to this email: A printable version (.png image) for you to post … Continue reading Staying Informed About Inclement Weather

Girls on the Run

REGISTER YOUR GIRL FOR GIRLS ON THE RUN! Registration Opens: January 15, 2020 Start Date: Week of March 2ndEnd Date: Week of May 18thPractice Schedule: Tues/Thurs from 2:15-3:45 pm at SunnysideFinancial assistance is available Girls on the Run is a life-changing, after-school program for girls in 3rd-5th grade. Our mission is to inspire girls … Continue reading Girls on the Run

Student Success Act Feedback – How Is NCSD Performing?

North Clackamas School District is seeking feedback from students, parents/guardians, staff, and community members on how NCSD is performing. In other words, where are we doing well as a district and where do we need to improve? NCSD will use this feedback to prioritize areas for improvement and incorporate that into its short- and long-term … Continue reading Student Success Act Feedback – How Is NCSD Performing?