Hood River County School District

Excellence, Every student, Every day.

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"Excellence. Every student. Every day." Located in the beautiful Hood River Valley, our experienced and outstanding educators deliver exceptional scholastic and extracurricular experiences to over 4000 students each day. Strong community partnerships and support, expert instruction, engaged students and high levels of volunteerism are the hallmarks of our schools.

 

Across the Hood River County Schools, we have one overarching goal: Every student graduates with the knowledge and courage to learn, serve and pursue their dreams. Our professional educators are preparing the leaders, thinkers and problem solvers of tomorrow - people who can make a difference in our community and our world. We invite you to be a part of our students' growth and successes!

Current News

08-24-15 - 2015-16 School Bus Routes
The bus routes have been updated for the 2015-16 school year. Please be aware that small changes could possibly be made over the next few weeks. Click on each school for bus listings.

 

08-23-15 - Registering for the 2015-16 School Year
School begins on September 8th and registration is now happening at the local schools.

  • Cascade Locks School - Aug 19-22, 7am to 2:30pm
  • May Street Elementary - Aug 11-28, 8am to 3:30pm
  • Mid Valley Elementary - Aug 18-26, 8am to 2:30pm
  • Parkdale Elementary - Aug 15-28, 8am to 3pm
  • Westside Elementary - Aug 11-25, 8am to 3pm
  • Wy'east Middle School - Aug 27, 11am to 7pm
  • Hood River Middle School - Aug 26, 10:30am to 6pm
  • Hood River Valley High School - Aug 26-28, 7am to 7pm (except for Aug 28th with end time of 4pm) Registration packets will be available online at HRVHS.com on Aug 26th

 

08-21-15 - Upcoming School Board Meeting
The next School Board meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 26th at 6:30pm, at the District Office. Topics include:

  • Summer School Report
  • Annual Restraint and Seclusion Report
  • Second Readings of select Board Policies
  • Budget Committee Vacancies
  • Approval of Budget Planning Calendar
  • Approval of Facility Use Fees

Click here for the full agenda.

 

06-29-15 - School Supply Lists Available for the 2015-16 School Year
Click here to download the 2015-16 School Supply List for all schools.

 

06-03-15 - Sarah Segal Named Oregon History Teacher of the Year 
Sarah Segal, a current 6th grade teacher at Hood River Middle School who teaches Social Studies, Literacy and Writing was recently named Oregon History Teacher of the Year for 2015 by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Read more...

Sarah Segal named Oregon History Teach of the Yeaer

 

05-28-15 - Amy Moreland Selected as Principal at Cascade Locks Elementary School
Superintendent Dan Goldman is pleased to announce that Amy Moreland has been selected as the next principal of Cascade Locks Elementary School beginning in the 2015-16 school year. Her selection was approved by the School Board at its May 27th meeting. Ms. Moreland will be replacing Kim Vogel who is retiring at the end of the school year. Read more...

Amy Moreland, new Cascade Locks School Principal


05-12-15 - 2013-2014 Special Education Report Cards is now available
The 2013-2014 Special Education Report Card has been released and is now available. Click here to view.

  

Announcements

Superintendent's Message

  • Dan Goldman

    August 12, 2015

     
    Greetings all HRCSD staff members,
     

    Here it comes… the Dreaded Letter; the letter that reminds us that autumn is just around the corner and our students will soon be stepping onto school buses, walking (safely, responsibly, and respectfully, of course) through our school doors and into our classrooms, gyms, auditoriums and cafeterias in a few short weeks. 

     

    I hope you've enjoyed this hot and dry summer season. I’m really excited to hear about all that you did to enjoy a little downtime. Maybe you took a few classes? Maybe you accomplished a few house projects? Maybe you’ve been working all summer, but got to focus on aspects of your job that, while important, fall to the bottom of the list when we have our students with us? Maybe you just played hard in the river or on the bike paths? Or maybe you read something that had nothing to do with teaching and learning? Hopefully, you got to do a lot of things that just don’t seem possible after Labor Day.  
     
    As I write, I’m readying to get a few days off with the kids to do some backpacking in the Goat Rocks Wilderness and finish with some sailing through the San Juan Islands. We’re also planning to spend the late Labor Day weekend camping on the coast. Not too shabby! Hopefully, by the time we’re all together as an entire school district on September 2nd, I'll earn that flip-flop tan-line I've notice on those of you I've run into these past week.
     

    In reading my welcome back letter from 2014, I referenced a whole list of accomplishments in the school district from the year prior. 

     

     

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