Ella Galvan, Megan Montes, and Nicole Spriggs are the 2017 CMS Optimist Winners. Congratulations!
Paquete de vacaciones de Disney, valor de $5,000
Paquete de hospedaje en Great Wolf Lodge, valor de $1000
Los ganadores serán sorteados el 4 de mayo del 2017.
Esta rifa está siendo organizada por la “PTSA” (la asociación de padres, maestros y estudiantes) de Calapooia M.S.
Información de la recaudación de fondos para los estudiantes y los padres:
Los ganadores serán sorteados el jueves 4 de mayo a las 7pm. Los ganadores no necesitan estar presentes.
Cada boleto cuesta $10.00. Un máximo de 2,000 boletos serán vendidos. Cada boleto vale 1 (una) entrada en la rifa.
Los estudiantes colectarán el dinero y los pedidos para los boletos. Los boletos serán enviados directamente al comprador por la “PTSA” de Calapooia Middle. Todos los pedidos deben ser entregados a la oficina de Calapooia Middle School.
La “PTSA” de Calapooia Middle School en coordinación con los
ganadores, realizaran las reservas para ambos paquetes de vacaciones.
Premios para los estudiantes:
Se realizarán sorteos semanales para todos los estudiantes que vendan boletos.
El recaudador de fondos en 1er lugar recibirá una tarjeta de regalos de $100.
El recaudador de fondos en 2do lugar recibirá una tarjeta de regalo de $75.
El recaudador de fondos en 3er lugar recibirá una tarjeta de regalo de $50.
Para más información o si tiene preguntas, por favor contacte a
Chaundra Carter al (541)936-4701
Por favor NO contacte a la escuela directamente.
$5,000 Disney Vacation Package
$1,000 Great Wolf Lodge Package
Winners will be drawn on May 4, 2017
This Raffle is being organized by the Calapooia M.S. PTSA
For more information or if you have questions please contact
Please DO NOT Contact School directly
Student and Parent Fundraiser Information
Winners will be drawn on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 7pm. Winners do not need to be present.
Ticket Prices are $10.00 Each with a maximum of 2,000 Tickets being sold. Each ticket is worth 1 (one) entry into the drawing.
Students will collect money and orders for tickets. Tickets will be sent out by the Calapooia Middle School PtSA directly to buyer. All orders are to be turned into the Calapooia Middle School Office.
The Calapooia Middle School PTSA, in coordination with the
winners, will arrange both vacation packages.
Prizes for Students:
Weekly Prize Drawings will be held for all students who sell tickets.
Top Fundraiser will receive a $100 Gift Card
2nd Place fundraiser will receive a $75.00 Gift Card
3rd Place Fundraiser will receive a $50.00 Gift Card
The School Board unanimously voted to send a $159 million bond measure to voters in the May 16, 2017, election.
The measure would:
- Make upgrades and improvements, including replacing roofs, siding, windows, plumbing, electrical systems in schools around the District.
- Make energy improvements, including replacing old, inefficient high maintenance heating/ventilation systems, doors, which would save energy costs.
- Make safety/security upgrades, including automatic door locks, fire alarms, security cameras to improve the safety of students.
- Make seismic upgrades to enable buildings to better withstand earthquakes.
- Renovate and/or add classroom space to support vocational/technical classes for all district middle school buildings.
- Renovate and add classrooms and a cafeteria at Oak Grove Elementary School; purchase property and construct a new elementary school in NE Albany to address growing enrollment and reduce overcrowding.
- Complete the first phase of West Albany High School’s rebuild that would include new classrooms, commons, auditorium, cafeteria and administrative space; and multipurpose space for vocational/technical education and gymnasium uses at South Albany High School.
The bond proposal is the result of a more than two-year process to identify facility needs in the District. The projects were reviewed by architects and recommended by a community-based District Facilities Advisory Committee (DFAC) that was made up of community members, parents and staff members.
DFAC initially identified more than $250 million in facility needs. This proposal represents the School Board’s priority to balance the most critical needs and the cost to taxpayers. This bond proposal is expected to increase taxes by an estimated $.64 per $1,000 of assessed property value because the 2006 bond is expiring.
For more information, read the resolution and explanatory statement.
Inclement Weather Procedures
November 21, 2016
Sometimes we have to close school, delay the start of school, or release early because of bad weather. This is the annual reminder of procedures for school closures or schedule changes due to inclement weather.
When the decision has been made to close school or delay the start, we rely on local radio and television stations for notifications. Closure and delayed start information will ordinarily be broadcast by 6:30 a.m. Closure information will also be posted on the district website at www.albany.k12.or.us.
Our district subscribes to FlashAlert. This service forwards school closure information to local radio and television stations. Staff, parents, or community members wishing to receive these notices directly can register at http://www.flashalert.net/news.html?id=879. Notifications then will be sent to you via email. For those of you with tablets or smart phones, you can receive messages by downloading the FlashAlert Messenger app. This app is available on Google Play or the iTunes app store. There are no costs to the recipients for using the email or app for notifications.
All addresses registered on FlashAlert will remain confidential. You will receive an email message once per year asking if you wish to continue your subscription and to confirm your email address. Subscribers should be aware that some email spam filters may prevent messages from being received.
Below are some of the radio and television stations who will be notified of school closures:
|FM Radio Stations:||AM Radio Stations:||Television Stations:|
|KEHK FM 102.3
KFLY FM 101.5
KKNU FM 93.3
KLOO FM 106.3
KOOL FM 99.1
KRKT FM 99.9
KSND FM 95.1 (Spanish)
|KFIR AM 720
KGAL AM 1580
KLOO AM 1340
KSHO AM 920
KWBY AM 940 (Spanish)
|KATU Chan 2
KEZI Chan 9
KGW Chan 8
KLSR Chan 34
KMTR Chan 16
KOIN Chan 6
KVAL Chan 13
|*The television channel may vary according to listening area.|
If you have questions about the procedures summarized above, please contact the school or contact the District Office at 541-967-4501.
Human Resources Director
School resumes on April 3. Enjoy the break!
Substitute positions are available around the district. If you are seeking flexible work and enjoy children, apply to be a substitute today.
Substitute assistants are needed in special needs and regular classrooms, food service, custodial and maintenance, and transportation.
If the bond is approved, all schools are scheduled for improvements. See the list for your neighborhood school:
On Monday, the School Board honored Student All-Stars from Calapooia Middle School for their motivation, perseverance, growth, and school and community service.
Calapooia students are:
Susana is a model student who always works her hardest and helps others to do the same. She always has a smile on her face, and her work ethic and a strong sense of empathy help her to be a leader in the classroom.
Tayten is a dedicated student who holds himself to high standards, and he challenges himself and others to extend and apply their learning in complex ways. He is a leader in the classroom, a helper to others, and has a kind heart and spirit.