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Path-front-3Bob’s Blog:
A Turning Point for Oregon Schools
You hear it every day: Oregon’s graduation rate should be much higher. Our students should be achieving more in math, reading, writing, and science. Those things are absolutely true. What will it take to reach our goal, a 100% graduation rate? Superintendent Bob Stewart proposes a solution.

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golfer imageGolf tournament to raise funds for schools
Sign up now for the annual Gladstone Education Foundation Golf Tournament at the Stone Creek Golf Course! The event is Friday, July 31, starting at noon. Last year’s event raised $7,000 for Gladstone schools.

Cost is $450 per foursome or $125 per person. Raffle prizes, contests, dinner, and more! Sign up by contacting Tammy Tracy at tracyt@gladstone.k12.or.us or call 503.650.2777.
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Food pantry 1Food Pantry open Thursdays & Saturdays
Families facing hard times can visit the new food pantry at Gladstone High to get a food box. The facility is open Thursdays from noon to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon in the portable nearest the GHS greenhouse on the north side of campus. (Easy access via Nelson Lane).
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62Free summer lunch!
Youths age 1-18 are invited to drop in for a free hot lunch at two Gladstone sites this summer on Mondays to Fridays from June 15 to August 7. • Gladstone Center for Children & Families: 18905 Portland Avenue – 11 a.m. to noon • Kraxberger Middle School: 17777 Webster Road – 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.