Back to School Resources


Common links and resources are listed below to help with start of school year preparations.  Each resource link is listed with a path that shows where this information resides on the school district website.  

Bus Routes
Departments -> Transportation

Enrollment Information
Parents and Guardians -> Enrollment

Lunches and Nutrition
Visit Nutrition Services for meal prices, free and reduced lunch forms and more.
Departments -> Nutrition Services

Health Insurance for Kids
No-cost, Low-cost and Full-cost Health Coverage Options.
Programs -> Health Coverage Options

ParentVue
The ParentVue portal will be available August 25th. ParentVUE is a tool to help you stay informed about their student’s progress. This tool can be used to access your student’s grades, attendance information, and also to communicate with teachers. 

Reduced Cost Internet Connectivity
Comcast is offering $10 home Internet for families receiving free school lunches.

School Start Dates
Back to School dates are the week of September 2nd. For specific dates and times visit your student's school website.

School Calendar
Click on the calendar icon or visit your school's website for specific dates and times.

Student Code of Conduct
Students -> Code of Conduct

Student Dress Code
Students -> Dress Code

School Contact Information and Websites
Schools -> Then select your specific school

Student Supply Lists
Parents and Guardians -> School Supply Lists

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New Supervisor at Oregon City Community Education

Oregon City, Oregon – August 28, 2014 – Oregon City School District has announced that Laura Poore will be the interim supervisor at Oregon City Community Education (OCCE). Since 2011, Poore has been helping high school students with credit recovery at the Oregon City Alternative Program (OCAP) based in the Jackson Campus.

Poore is an established educator and leader in the district with a Masters of Arts degree in Education. For the last sixteen years, Poore has been a part of the Oregon City School District team holding various positions and providing outstanding support and education for local students.

The Oregon City Community Education Department is the link to the community for families that may or may not have children enrolled in the school district. Community Education offers an assortment of programs and classes for all ages of children and adults. The unique department works closely with the county, city, local colleges and other community-based organizations to provide a wide-range of services.

“My family and I moved to Oregon City 19 years ago, and we all took advantage of the activities that the Community Education program had to offer,” said Poore. “The staff at OCCE is amazing and completely devoted to meeting the needs of our community, providing support and resources, and I can’t wait to begin working with them all.”

Pete Danner Selected as the Next Principal at Ogden Middle School

Oregon City, Oregon–June 26, 2014–We are very excited to welcome Pete Danner as the new Ogden Middle School Principal at Oregon City School District. Danner comes to us from the Salem-Keizer School District where he has been a middle school administrator for the past ten years, serving as principal of both Claggett Creek Middle School and, most recently, Walker Middle School.

Mr. Danner is an experienced middle school leader recognized for creating strong relationships with students and staff as well as closing the achievement gap at both Claggett Creek and Walker middle schools.

“Mr. Danner’s experience and leadership are exactly what Ogden needs to stay on course as well as look to the future for continued growth and improvement,” said Chris Mills, Human Resources Director.

Danner’s references all describe him as a strong collaborative leader with a deep understanding of research-based instructional practices. He believes that the student is the central mission of the school. "I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to make a difference with students in my own community, and am looking forward to working parents and staff," said Mr. Danner.

Cyndi Panko Selected as the Next Director of Special Services

Cyndi Panko has been selected as the new Director of Special Services for Oregon City School District. Cyndi comes to us from the North Clackamas School District. Her previous experience includes seven years as a School Psychologist in the Sherwood School District and nine years as a School Psychologist and Coordinator of Special Services in North Clackamas.

While in North Clackamas, Cyndi provided oversight, direction, and coordination of special education services to eleven schools, interviewed and hired all the district’s new school psychologists, conducted multiple staff trainings, and ensured compliance of special education process and law.

Randy Nyquist Selected as the Next Oregon City High School Head Football Coach

We are pleased to announce that Randy Nyquist has been selected to be the Head Football Coach at Oregon City High School. Nyquist brings to the school a fantastic attitude for building relationships along with an impressive career of accomplishments. He comes from West Albany High School where he has been the Head Football and Track Coach since 1999.

"We were looking for an experienced high school football coach with a track record of success", said Tom Lovell, Oregon City High School Principal. "We also wanted someone who understands that the players are students first."

Nathan Roedel Selected as the New Chief Financial Officer / Business Manager

After a rigorous selection process, Nathan Roedel was selected as the new CFO/Business Manager for Oregon City School District. Nathan comes from the Oregon Department of Education where he was a financial specialist. His previous experience includes over four years as the Director of Finance and Operations/CFO and two years as the Nutrition Services Director for Newberg School District, as well as over nine years as a data technician for Hillsboro School District's nutrition services department.

"I look forward to getting to know the culture and how we will work together to plan, shape and navigate the direction of OCSD," said Nathan Roedel. "I'm excited to be a contributing member of the highly effective team."

Teacher of Distinction and Employee of Distinction

Oregon City School District is seeking nominations for the 2013-14 Teacher of Distinction and Employee of Distinction. The licensed and classified staff members will be honored at an upcoming event. Employees, parents and community members are encouraged to make nominations.

Nominees for 2013-14 will be selected from the following locations:
Teacher of Distinction -  Elementary schools in the Ogden attendance area (Beavercreek, Holcomb, and Redland)
Employee of Distinction -  Custodial/Maintenance Department.


Nomination Form (PDF)

Oregon City School District is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

Early Childhood Education and Child Care

School Supply Drive

Each year your donations to the KGW school supply drive helps our students get the supplies they need. Visit their website to learn more. 

In The News

"High School students in the Oregon City School District continued to outperform statewide averages for math, science and reading"
Oregon City 2013 test scores: Schools outperform state averages. The Oregonian

"The nonprofit group Earth Crusaders and the Oregon City School District teamed up under an Oregon City Metro Enhancement Grant to improve their town." Earth Crusaders, school district beautify OC. Clackamas Review

"An independent national study compares school districts across Oregon and the nation for efficient cost management and effectiveness in student achievement."  Oregon City School District Gets Top Rating for Effective, Efficient schools

"They point to places such as Oregon City, where nearly every student demonstrates an ability to write cogently and correctly" The Writing Imperative. The Oregonian

"Once again, Oregon City and Forest Grove high schools posted much higher passing rates on the math exam than schools with far fewer minority and low-income students"  Test scores show Oregon high schoolers lost ground in writing, math and science. The Oregonian

 

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