What’s new?

postcards_come_grow_with_us_post_cardGladstone Schools open to transfer students
Students who wish to transfer to Gladstone Schools from other districts can find out how the process works by visiting this site. To transfer in, you must apply for and receive release from your home district.
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education_technology1Apply by September 26 for the district Technology Planning Team
Help chart the course for technology use in Gladstone schools over the next decade. Parents, community members, and employees are invited to apply to join the Technology Planning Team, which meets 8 Tuesday evenings from October to February. Find out more here:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GSDtech 
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community_edRecreation guide offers fall classes
Want to explore a new interest this fall? Whether your interest is dance, martial arts, genealogy, Spanish, investing, or driver education, you’ll find affordable options for all ages in Gladstone’s fall recreation guide.

Registration is underway for children, teens, and adults. View the complete course schedule here. Register by calling 503.650.2570.
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chinese_cultureGladstone schools add K-8 Chinese program
This year, Gladstone Schools will offer instruction in Chinese language and culture to students in grades K-8. Elementary and middle school students will learn Mandarin, while exploring Chinese culture, art, literature, foods, and music.

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Screen-shot-2010-12-14-at-9.37.23-AM-300x185Parent class helps families with children age 3 to 12
The Parent Power Class will be offered at John Wetten from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday nights, October  7, 14, 21, and 28.  Free childcare will be provided. To register, visit www.lastingrelationships.org or call 503-546-6377.

Participants will improve family communication, boost student motivation, and learn discipline strategies that really work.
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