Collage of 3 photos: Student on laptop at home, health center hallway and sack lunches on a summery color background

Family Resources – Summer 2020

Family Resources During the Coronavirus Pandemic Activities   Borrow a Computer   Child Care   Food Resources   Health Care   Housing Assistance Resources   Learning Resources   Mental Health Resources   Preventing the Spread of Virus   Senior Resources   Meals/Food Pantries Our free grab-and-go meals for children 18 and under will…

Our SSA Investment Plan

We extend our thanks to our entire David Douglas community for the thoughtful input you gave us regarding our Student Success Act (SSA) investments. We have developed a plan based on your input, which was reviewed and approved by our School Board on Thursday, Feb. 27. We could not have gotten to…

Connect to Kindergarten: April 14th

Due to the Coronavirus shutdown this event has been canceled. Check back later for rescheduling details. All 2020-2021 kindergarten students are invited to their neighborhood school for the spring Connect to Kindergarten event from 6-7:30 pm on Tuesday, April 14th. If you do not know your designated school, please call 503-256-6526. Childcare will…

Orchestra Classroom at RRMS

David Douglas Music Program Grabs Attention

Photo courtesy of OPB/Elizabeth Miller For the last 7 years, Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) has been following a group of students from our District since they were all first graders together at Earl Boyles Elementary. The Class of 2025 project will follow these students all the way through high school graduation, reporting on a…

NATIVE AMERICAN PARENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (NAPAC) Meetings

Join NAPAC The David Douglas School District invites and welcomes interested Native American/Alaska Native parents and high school students to join our Native American Parent Advisory Committee (NAPAC). Any Native American parent or high school student is invited to attend our NAPAC to provide feedback and support for our district’s Native students. Upcoming…

Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2019

The David Douglas School Board has issued a resolution declaring Monday, Oct. 14 as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, recognizing the significant contributions to our society and our District by Native Americans. Today, we celebrate and commemorate their histories and their cultures and recognize the Native community that thrives in our own city of…

SUN Coordinators Appreciation Week

Happy Schools Uniting Neighborhoods Coordinators Appreciation Week! This week, we’re highlighting our SUN (Schools Uniting Neighborhoods) Coordinators who help create, strengthen, and maintain the bridge between our schools and our community. Our SUN Coordinators do incredible work each day to guide and provide leadership for the collaborative process and development of a…

Student performer at Earl Boyles Event (colorful dress, festival decorations)

Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month

One out of every four students in the David Douglas School District proudly claims Hispanic/Latinx heritage. As we do with all students, we treasure and celebrate these students every day. From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, we get to give special recognition as the nation celebrates National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month. Our Latinx…

East Glisan Street Update

As many residents have probably seen while driving in the area, the Portland Bureau of Transportation is working on road improvements on NE Glisan from NE 102nd to 162nd avenues. Work includes safer crossings, speeds, bus stops, and travel options. View the project’s story map for more details. Feedback PBOT received from…

Photo of corn field

Science & Social Studies in the Garden

A Ron Russell class project has been flourishing over the summer! Last year, while studying Indigenous people of the western hemisphere, Ms. Archodominion’s 6th grade science and social studies students planted the Three Sisters: corn, beans and squash. This coming year’s students will harvest the Blue Iroquois corn to make blue masa…