Does your neighbor need a hand?
If you know a senior citizen or home-bound neighbor who needs help with yard work or other outside chores, please contact teacher Lynnda Prom at promL@gladstone.k12.or.us or call 503.655.2544, ext. 414. On Saturday, October 8, Gladstone High athletes and student leaders will fan out across the community to help our neighbors!
50 Years of Fabulous
Homecoming is special this year as Gladstone High School celebrates 50 years educating Gladstone students. Join us on Friday, October 21 at 5 p.m. for school tours and an open house. The football game starts at 7 p.m., with a food drive to support the Gladstone Food Pantry & Backpack Buddies.
College Savings information night
Whether your child goes to college or trade school, higher education will help them find success. To learn strategies to save for your child’s future, join us for a drop-in presentation by the Oregon College Savings Plan in the John Wetten Elementary cafeteria from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, October 27. For more information, visit www.oregoncollegesavings.com/
Sign up now for fall activities
Gladstone’s Community Schools program offers classes and activities for adults and kids. From ukulele and Spanish to dance and sports, you will find fun, affordable courses for the whole family! Register now by clicking the Learning for Life button.
Water & radon testing in Gladstone schools
This summer the Gladstone School District hired an independent lab to systematically test school faucets and drinking fountains to ensure a safe water supply. More than 500 water samples from the district’s five buildings were analyzed for lead and copper. Complete test results are available here.
“Protecting the health of our students and staff is a top priority,” said Superintendent Bob Stewart. “We moved quickly to remedy each problem identified before school started.”