What’s new at the GCCF?

Distance learning to continue through Spring Break
At a special session on January 27, the Gladstone School Board directed the district to finalize its plan for hybrid learning by March 10. It also decided the district will remain in distance learning through Spring Break.

Factors in the decision included Clackamas County’s COVID-19 metrics, state pandemic guidelines for schools, an anticipated surge in the virus in March or April, and the desire to give employees the opportunity for vaccinations and building immunity before reopening schools.

Contact K-5 Teacher-Led & PLP/Online School staff/Schedule Office Hours

Login, password, technology, or access problems?
Call our Tech Support Hotline for Parents: 503.974.5072 

Free meal pickup Every Monday
11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. & 4-6  p.m.
at Kraxberger Middle School
Get 5 breakfasts + 5 lunches per youth age 1 to 18
All are welcome. We are an equal opportunity provider.
Drive-through pickup.

PLP/Online School: K-12
Theresa Schmidt: schmidtt@gladstone.k12.or.us
Kindergarten [teacher-led] — Gladstone Center for Children & Families
Heidi Smith: smithh@gladstone.k12.or.us
Grades 1-5 [teacher-led] — John Wetten Elementary
Linda Alberico: albericol@gladstone.k12.or.us
Grades 6-8 [teacher-led] — Kraxberger Middle School
Jennifer Bokenyi: bokenyij@gladstone.k12.or.us
Grades 9-12 [teacher-led] — Gladstone High
Vicki Baker: bakerv@gladstone.k12.or.us

Taking care of yourself is Job One!
In difficult and uncertain times, the most important thing you can do is take care of yourself. Here are some tips from GHS counselors on self care strategies to manage your stress and help you focus on the positive.