Superintendent's Message

  • Dan Goldman

    Dear Key Communicators,

    I am wishing you the very best on this Thanksgiving holiday. May you be with family and friends, may you eat well and smile a lot, and may the Dallas Cowboys lose miserably.

    The “first Thanksgiving,” was neither a feast nor a holiday, but a simple gathering. Following the Mayflower’s arrival at Plymouth Rock on December 11, 1620, the Pilgrims - the first immigrants in what is now the United States - suffered the loss of 46 of their original 102 colonists. With the help of 91 Native Americans, the remaining Pilgrims survived the bitter winter and yielded a bountiful harvest in 1621. In celebration, a traditional harvest festival, lasting three days brought the Pilgrims and Native Americans to unite in a “thanksgiving” observance.

    Topics covered in this edition of the Key Communicator Bulletin:

    • Construction Bond Update
    • Expanded Access to the School-based Health Center
    • Election Impacts on District Programs, Budget, and Community

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Announcements

  • December 6, 2016 Schools are scheduled to start on time, buses will operate on snow routes.

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  • 12-1-16 - Board Member Member Application - At Large Position

    Click Here to Download Application

    Applications Due by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, January 6, 2017

    Applicants must be registered voters of the District and reside in Hood River County. 

    Applicants may not be officers, agents or employees of the District. Applications are due to the Office of the Superintendent, 1011 Eugene Street, Hood River, OR 97031

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  • 11-09-16 - Hood River County School District Board Member Jan Veldhuisen Virk Steps Down

    At the November 9, 2016 Hood River County School District Board of Directors meeting, Board Member Jan Veldhuisen Virk –  At-Large Position 7, announced she will be stepping down from this position effective February 1, 2017.  

    Ms. Veldhuisen Virk has been a School Board member for 18 years.  <Read More>

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  • 11-09-16 - School Board Recognizes Terri Vann

    Hood River County School Board recognizes Terri Vann for her work in the community to support Early Learning, children in the community from birth to age five.

    Terri Vann Recgonition

    Terri Vann retired from the Hood River County School District in 2013 and has continued to serve children and families in our community. <Read More>

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