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Bond projects are planned for every school. See the list for information

Posted on: March 4, 2017

If Ballot Measure 22-165 is approved by voters, all schools will see facility improvements.

Projects are planned to meet the following priorities:

  • Make critical facility upgrades
  • Make energy improvements
  • Address security, safety, seismic needs
  • Rebuild/remodel schools to offer vocational technical classes
  • Relieve school overcrowding

See the project list for information about projects planned for each school.

CMS PTSA Disney Raffle

Posted on: March 3, 2017

Grand Prize

$5,000 Disney Vacation Package

2nd Place

$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

Chaundra Carter—(541)936-4701

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

Superintendent’s Message: Safe, Welcoming Schools

Posted on: March 1, 2017

Superintendent Jim Golden sent a letter home to all families, reminding them about the District’s goal of inclusiveness.

“We want every one of our students to feel valued and safe in our schools. We do whatever we can to assure that students are treated respectfully and are not subject to intimidation, bullying or harassment. We are always looking for ways to assure that all students have a successful learning experience that gives them the skills necessary for them to eventually graduate and go on to a successful post high school outcome.”

Read the letter

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Work group develops plan for vocational (CTE) programs in bond proposal

Posted on: February 20, 2017

Vocational technical training, also known as Career Technical programs and applied learning, helps students learn about possible career paths and prepare for the workforce. These programs also increase the chance that a student will graduate.

The Oregon Department of Education has data that shows students are more likely to graduate if they participate in a vocational technical, or CTE, program:

According to the Oregon Department of Education, “The 2013-2014 four-year cohort graduation rate for CTE concentrators in Oregon was 85.7%; for all students (including CTE concentrators) it was 76.4%. An Oregon CTE concentrator is a student who has earned one or more credits in a technical skill course(s) within an Oregon state-approved CTE Program of Study.” 

Projects in Ballot Measure 22-165 would include remodeling existing classrooms and building new instructional space to allow hands-on activities in high-demand career fields.

A recent work group identified current and planned vocational technical education programs that would be added to all middle and high schools if the bond passes in May.

Read the program development report for more information.

Find more information about Ballot Measure 22-165.

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