Welcome to Scappoose School District!
Our parents are a very important part of our learning community. Your contribution is crucial to our success. Here are some links and contact information you may find useful.
Durham Bus Service
Morning Routes as of 09/21/16
Afternoon Routes as of 09/19/16
Bus Tracker for Durham Bus Service:
You can get more information, sign-up and create your secure login, to use the application on your smart phone or web browser, in several ways. Specifically you can go to:
For technical support, please contact email@example.com
Student Accident & Sickness Coverage Form
Student Accident & Sickness Coverage Form - Spanish
Volunteer Background Check Packet
Volunteer Auto Use Permit
2016-17 Inter-district Transfer Agreement
2016-17 Inter-district Transfer Agreement (Spanish)
Public Complaint Policy
Public Complaint Policy Administrative Rule (procedure)
Public Complaint Form
Permission form for Prescribed Medication
School Sports Pre-Participation Exam Form
Non-Discrimination (Title IX) policy - AC
Discrimination Complaint Procedure - AC-ar
State Assessment information:
Smarter Balanced Assessment FAQ
Annual Notice - Spanish
SBAC Opt-Out Form
Non-SBAC Opt-Out Form
K12 Student Parent Handout
Head Lice Information (link)
2016-17 School Year Calendar
At Scappoose School District’s (“the District”) request, John Stellwagen, an attorney through the Property and Casualty Coverage for Education Program, recently conducted a Title IX compliance review of the District’s high school athletic programs and facilities. The Scappoose High School’s athletic program was reviewed using the traditional Title IX audit categories of (1) Participation Rates and (2) Benefits.
Rescheduled for Friday, February 10, 2017
FREE Play Smart –Youth Heart Screenings for Youth Aged 12-18
Location: Scappoose High School
Providence Heart and Vascular Institute (PHVI) is pleased to offer this free youth heart screenings program that has been extremely successful in screening over 11,080 youth and identifying 601 students (to date) for further follow-up and treatment. Young people with undiagnosed heart defects, especially athletes, are susceptible to sudden cardiac arrest. Often there are no advance signs or symptoms and most routine physical exams will not pick up the defects. An electrocardiogram (EKG/ECG) usually is necessary to uncover signs of heart irregularities, something normally not done in “well-child” checks or even some sports physicals. In an effort to protect the hearts of area middle and high school students, Play Smart offers free painless, noninvasive heart-health checks to youth aged 12-18.
Play Smart is partnering with the Scappoose School District to offer ALL students 12-18 years old free heart screening.
FREE Play Smart –Youth Heart Screenings @ Scappoose High School: February 10th
Must complete 2 heart screenings forms to receive free heart screening. (Attach pdf’s of the two screening forms.)
- Play Smart site: www.playsmartgetscreened.org
- Access video: Go to the Play Smart main page,www.playsmartgetscreened.org and click on the hyperlinked "educational video" in the middle of the page. This educational video takes you through the screening process. http://phsoregon.org/video/?view=926c2c60041d6x480x294
Please see Brenda Lohman at the High School athletic office for consent forms and to be added to the list.