Senior Pictures are due November 4
All senior pictures must be submitted by November 4. Photos should be turned in on a flash drive or CD. Guidelines are posted here.
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.
Financial aid workshops help you plan for college & career
Gladstone High will offer two financial aid workshops, both in the school cafeteria. From 6 to 7 p.m. on Monday, October 24, there will be a presentation by the Assistant Director of Financial Aid from Lewis & Clark College. From 6 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 16, a financial Aid Advisor from Clackamas Community College will present. All are welcome regardless of the college or trade school they plan to attend.
Gladstone Education Foundation seeks new members
The Gladstone Education Foundation is seeking applicants to join its Board of Directors. Since 2000, the Foundation has raised private funding to promote academic achievement and enhanced learning opportunities for Gladstone students, educators, and youth organizations.
More information about the Gladstone Education Foundation and applications for Board positions are available on their website: www.gladstonefoundation.org. For details, call Tammy at 503.655.2777. Applications are due October 31.
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.”