PBOT Survey: 122nd Ave Plan

The Portland Bureau of Transportation has an online survey regarding 122nd Ave. Community members are invited to take the survey and share it with others who travel on 122nd Ave. PBOT wants feedback on how people use 122nd, what kind of improvements are most needed, problem areas and which evaluation criteria are…

2018 Graduations Photo

2018 Graduation Videos

Watch the graduation ceremonies for DDHS and FRC via the links below. Fir Ridge Campus held their commencement on Friday, June 1st. 79 students graduated. View FRC ceremony David Douglas High School held their commencement on Wednesday, June 6th. 555 students graduated. View DDHS ceremony   Congratulations class of 2018, we’re proud…

Best Community for Music Education. Again.

The David Douglas School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Again. This is the ninth time our District has received this prestigious, national recognition of our music program. We are one of only two districts…

Native American Advisory Group Upcoming Meetings

The David Douglas School District seeks to create a Native American/Alaska Native parent advisory group to help us reach out to our Native American community. Any Native American parent is invited to attend our Native American/Alaska Native Night to begin talking about the purpose and goals of this advisory group. The next meeting…

Local Family Activities

Looking for some new activities to entertain the family? Check out these inexpensive ideas around town. Before you visit one of these venues, please double check their website or call ahead for up-to-date details, incase their hours, rates or programming has changed.   Craft Workshops Home Depot Free Offers a kids workshop the…

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Floyd Light MS & Fir Ridge Campus Collaboration

Two DDSD schools recently worked on a very neat collaborative project together. At Floyd Light Middle School, Jeanne Drake’s 8th grade Advanced English students created very thoughtful poems about what it feels like to be 13/14 years old. Then Michelle Colbert’s art students, at Fir Ridge, created water color illustrations to accompany…