Website helps families with distance learning
We have a new resource for families figuring out distance learning. Learn:
• How to connect to the Internet
• How to check out a Chromebook
• How students in grades K-5 can access Seesaw
• How students in grades 6-12 can access Google Classroom
Taking care of yourself is Job One!
In difficult and uncertain times, the most important thing you can do is take care of yourself. Here are some tips from GHS counselors on self care strategies to manage your stress and help you focus on the positive.
Register for school in Gladstone
If you recently moved to Gladstone, you can register for school and participate in our distance learning program from home until schools reopen as usual. To register, contact the school secretary:
Grades 6-8 — Kraxberger Middle School
Grades 9-12 — Gladstone High
Vicki Baker: firstname.lastname@example.org
GCCF provides free meals for kids
Gladstone Schools has a new pickup schedule for grab & go meals. Stop by each Wednesday to pick up 5 breakfasts & 5 lunches per students. Drive through & walk up service is provided to protect social distancing. Children need not come with you.
Gladstone Center for Children & Families
18905 Portland Avenue
9 a.m. to noon every Wednesday
All Gladstone schools will be closed from March 16 through the end of this school year as part of a statewide school closure ordered by Oregon Governor Kate Brown to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
To prevent germs from spreading, please remind your child to wash hands thoroughly and often. Cough into a tissue or their sleeve. Anyone who is sick should stay home until 72 hours after symptoms subside.
District plan for new funding based on public input
The Student Success Act will bring Gladstone Schools over $1 million per year starting in fall 2020. The district plan for how to spend these funds to boost student achievement will be based on input from parents, staff and students gathered in fall 2019.
Find out the latest about the plan.