Scappoose School District
From the 
Superintendent:

Scappoose School District is a very special place; learning is our focus and a promising future for our students is our goal as we emphasize academic progress, personal growth, achievement, and community participation.

Students in the Scappoose School District are continually being monitored by assessments to ensure they are learning. We provide time for our staff to analyze the data to make individual decisions about supports for students. Our Response to Intervention program for grades K-8 is firmly in place for Reading and Math. Students are assessed using DIBELS and STAR at the elementary level throughout the year. Each student’s progress is measured and supports or enrichments are provided.

We are proud of the success Scappoose High School has with graduation rates. We have one of the highest graduation rates in the state. We have a thriving Career & Technical Education program and will expand these opportunities with our partnership with Portland Community College this year. We are preparing for the Oregon Manufacturing Innovative Center that will be in the County. We will also be in our first year of fully implementing AVID at the high school. AVID trains educators to use proven practices in order to prepare students for success in high school, college, and a career, especially students traditionally underrepresented in higher education. The middle school is spending this year planning for full implementation in the following year.  

Our district report card shows that we have some strengths, but we also have areas where we need to grow. Math is an area that we are continuing to monitor our practice and approach to raise the standards for our students. We, also, are always looking at attendance because we know students can’t learn if they are not present at school.

Our goal is always to focus on maintaining high standards. We are constantly seeking to improve our service. You can help by volunteering, encouraging all students in their studies, monitoring homework, and reaching out to teachers. You are vital partners in your students' success, we know that the the connection between home and school must be strong for students to make the most of their education. We ask for your support in helping us to provide a quality school district for all our students.

Thank you,

 Ron Alley  Superintendent


We Value:

Ø  Academic Achievement

Ø  Clear, Effective Communication

Ø  A Safe Environment

Ø  Trust & Respect

Ø  Integrity of Character & Practice

Ø  Responsibility

Ø  Accountability

Ø  Relevant Educational Experience

Ø  Variety in Learning & Teaching

Ø  Collaboration

Ø  Partnership with Families & the Community

 

…..among Students, Staff, Families and the Community



Welcome to Scappoose School District

"We prepare our students for the future"






Curriculum Available For Review
On Monday, October 9, 2017, the Board was given their first notice of review of the sex education curriculum for grades 6-12.  The curriculum will be on display at the District Office for public review for one month. The District Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Board will be given the opportunity vote on November 13, 2017, to approve the current sex education curriculum for one-year.  This is the same curriculum that was originally adopted in 2013.  There will not be any changes or additions to the current curriculum for the 2017-18 school year.


Apply for Free or Reduce Priced School Meals online now!

You can complete an application in just a few minutes. The program guides you through the application in just a few easy steps.

 Easy to use – you are guided step by step through the application.

Secure – your personal information is protected

 Green Technology – Environmentally friendly, eliminates the need for a paper application!

Available 24/7 – all you need is an internet connection.

Apply for school meal benefits now at:

https://district.ode.state.or.us/apps/frlapp/default.aspx

All applications are reviewed by the appropriate sponsor/school district nutrition office for approval. Paper applications are still available; please contact your school office for details.

                   










   







Visitors to Schools - Please be aware that in staying in line with recent policy deliberations by the Scappoose School Board, we remind Visitors to Schools that all visitors are required to sign in with each school office if they have business in a school.  Patrons will be required to wear a badge throughout their visit and must be authorized for that visit by the principal or their designee.

While Scappoose School District always encourages visitors, we are also aware of the need to ensure the safety and security of our students and staff.

Thank you for your continued understanding and cooperation in our efforts to protect your children and provide an undisturbed educational environment for their learning.

Scappoose Administration



School Start Times

Elementary Schools 8:20 - 3:00

Middle School 8:20 - 3:10

High School 8:30 - 3:25 







 

Scappoose School District is now on Facebook

(Connect by clicking the link on the right sidebar and like us!) We will be posting important news on this page, along with updates and emergency information. Please check us out often and use this page as your source for what is happening during District events. *Please note that although we will be monitoring responses to our page we will not be posting responses.


Upcoming Events:

Tuesday,
October 17, 2017 - Superintendent Search Public Meeting @ 6:30 p.m. at the Scappoose School District Office.

Wednesday, 
October 18 2017 - Superintendent Search Public Meeting @ 6:00 p.m.   at the Scappoose School District Office. 

Monday, October 23, 2017 Board of Directors' Work Session @ 6:30 p.m. at the Scappoose School District's District OfficeAgenda under construction.

Links: