What’s new at John Wetten?

Gladstone opens fall applications to non-residents
Those living outside the Gladstone School District can apply now to attend Gladstone Schools in 2018-19. Open Enrollment applications are available hereApplications are due April 1 for spots in grades K to 10. For more information, call Natalie Weninger at 503.496.3935. Outstanding programs include:
• Kindergarten science, music, P.E., and art
• Elementary technology, music, library, and P.E.
• Middle school AVID college readiness program.
• 5-day Outdoor School for all sixth grades
• 36 college-level high school courses
• 17 on-site career-technical classes

Spring recreation classes include options for all ages
Gladstone’s community schools program offers a wide range of opportunities for to master new skills or discover a new hobby. Adult classes range from technology use, cooking, and Spanish to organic gardening, art, and investing. Driver education is offered for teens, and youth classes include several dance and sports options. Register on-line at http://bit.ly/2lUiDaZ or phone 503.650.2570.

The Glad Report brings you the latest school news
What’s happening in Gladstone Schools? Read the winter issue of The Glad Report and find out!

Elementary reading scores jump
In the past two years, students at John Wetten Elementary have made tremendous gains in English Language Arts. State test scores from last spring showed fifth graders beat the state average by 5.3 percent, fourth graders by 11.4 percent, and third graders by 13.3 percent.

Join the Leopard Pride Parents Group!
We invite you to join our community of parents and faculty working together to provide student enrichment.  To get information send an email to JWEPFO@gmail.com.