Keep kids busy all summer long
Need a plan to keep your kids active, learning, and busy all summer long? Look no further: our Summer Activity & Resource Guide has opportunities for every age.
July 11 Golf Tournament to raise funds for schools
Golfers, bring your foursome to the annual golf tournament organized by the Gladstone Education Foundation. All proceeds benefit Gladstone Schools & youth programs. The tournament has a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11 at Stone Creek Golf Course. Participation is $125 per golfer or $450 per foursome. Hole sponsorship is $250 or $750 with golf for 4. To sponsor a hole or to register your team, call Tammy Tracy at 503.655.2777 or email email@example.com.
Summer recreation program offers sports, arts, day camps
Gladstone’s community schools program offers low-cost summer classes, day camps, and activities for children, teens, and adults. Youth classes range from theater, guitar, hip-hop and ballet to martial arts, sports camps, day camps, driver education, and babysitting classes. Adult courses include watercolor, mosaics, and garden art as well as canning, yoga, first aid, investing, ukulele, and much more. To register, visit www.gladstone.k12.or.us or call 503.650.2570.
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.