Changing School Hours

Dear David Douglas Families, Late last month, we emailed out a survey asking your opinion about possible changes to the times that our schools begin and end each day for the 2018-19 school year. This email also notified families about an informational meeting to discuss these potential changes. Unfortunately, we later discovered…

SafeOregon

All schools in the David Douglas School District are now connected with SafeOregon. SafeOregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff, community members and law enforcement officers to report and respond to bullying, racism, discrimination, harassment, violence, threats and drug concerns. District administrators have been trained in how to…

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…

Spring 2018 Conferences

Parent-Teacher conferences are this month! Please refer to your school for specific conference days, times and details. Specific schedules vary between schools. Below are general dates to refer to:   Elementary Schools: March 21st-23rd David Douglas High School: March 22nd Community Transition Program: March 22nd — Middle Schools: conferences were Feb 28th-March 2nd

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Volunteers Needed for SMART Program

Become a SMART (Start Making a Reader Today) reader at one of our elementary schools! SMART is currently in need of volunteers now through mid-May. Volunteers, read one-on-one with students grades K-3. The consistent, one-on-one time helps build literacy skills and self-confidence. SMART is fun and further encourages children to read outside the classroom…