GCCF

school_suppliesKindergarten School Supply List
There’s no need to shop for school supplies. If you pay the $25 supply fee at registration, the GCCF parent club will purchase everything needed and have it waiting for your child on their first day.  Or, if you prefer to buy your own, the list is here.

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imagesGladstone Schools open to transfer students
Students who wish to transfer to Gladstone Schools from other school 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. 
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….  Family Stepping Stones offers free parent classes
To help parents succeed at the most important job in the world, Family Stepping Stones offers several free parenting classes at the Gladstone Center for Children & Families.

Incredible Infants is a 10-week series for new moms and babies under 8 months. Each week covers new information about milestones in first-year development, how to care for and play with your infant, the importance of self care, sleep issues, and bonding. Space is limited for this series, so to register, call Chelsea Hamilton at 503.496.5764.

Three monthly drop-in classes at 18905 Portland Avenue provide information geared to the age of the child. Free dinner and childcare are always provided.

Beautiful Babies is for parents with children under 18 months. The group meets first Thursdays from September to May. Topics include child development, parenting styles, feeding, sleeping, and playing with your baby.

Terrific Toddlers is for parents with children 18 months to 3 years old. The group meets second Thursdays from September to May. Topics include toilet training, child safety, positive discipline strategies, learning through play, and ways to encourage language and social development.

Growing Up is for parents with children age three to six. The group meets third Thursdays from September to May. Topics include school readiness, healthy screen time, nutrition, love languages, and positive sibling and peer relationships.