What’s happening at GHS?

Is your child registered for school?
If your child is beginning kindergarten or new to Gladstone Schools, please be sure you are registered for the 2016-17 school year if you have not done so already. Drop by our school offices from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and we will get your child signed up for school! Key contacts:
Call Heidi Smith, GCCF, 503.496.3939
Grades 1-5:
 Call Linda Alberico, John Wetten Elementary, 503.656.6564
Grades 6-8:  
Call Shaun Southmayd, Kraxberger Middle School, 503.655.3636
Grades 9-12:  
Call Vicki Baker, Gladstone High School, 503.655.2544

School supply list available
General guidelines on needs for English and Math classes are provided here. Students will learn about other school supply needs the first week of class.

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.

Kevin Taylor chosen as next GHS PrincipalKevinTaylor
The Gladstone District selected Kevin Taylor as the new principal of Gladstone High School. Taylor, with 20 years in education, holds a master’s degree in teaching and a master’s in business administration from Oregon State University.

What makes us Gladstone Strong? Read Superintendent Bob Stewart’s blog post on the police action in our community on August 10.

Update on water & radon testing in Gladstone schools
Given issues in the news, families concerned with water and radon testing in Gladstone schools will find information here. This summer, the district has specialists testing 600 water samples from our schools, and plans to launch radon testing in all buildings. Test results will be provided when analysis is complete.