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  • Dan Goldman Fall 2014
    So, October is here, the leaves are falling, the rain is coming, and my daughters have switched from wanting to be witches for Halloween to wanting to dress like "little men." Their idea is to wear little suites and ties, which makes me just laugh because (apparently) I am in a Halloween costume 5 days a week! The fall is always filled with great culture building activities in our schools like homecoming week at HRV (with air guitar, the bonfire, all the home sports games, and the dance) it's a great time to celebrate being an Eagle! Click here to read full article (PDF)

     

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Located in the beautiful Hood River Valley, the Hood River County School District provides exceptional opportunities for students. Thanks to strong community support, our schools offer full-day kindergarten, experienced and expert staff, extracurricular programs at middle and high schools, and a wide range of college-credit and advanced-placement courses. More than 80 percent of our graduates pursue education beyond high school. We have recently invested $25 million to increase energy efficiency, add classrooms and upgrade key components of our school buildings. Come check us out!

Current News

10-27-14 - New Parenting in the Gorge Guide
The 2014-2015 Parenting in the Gorge Guide is now available for finding valuable resources throughout the Columbia River Gorge. Click here to go to our Community Resources page to find the Guide in either English or Spanish versions.

10-15-14 - HRVHS Seniors Recognized in National Hispanic Recognition Program
Two Hood River Valley High School seniors, Annelise Acosta and Lucas Campos-Davis, have earned certificates from the College Board's 2014-2015 National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP). Read more...

10-14-14 - Upcoming Finance Advisory Committee Meeting
The next Finance Advisory Committee meeting will be held on October 15th from 4pm to 5:30pm at the District Office Board Room. Discussion will be held on revenue and expenditures through September 2014. For more information, contact the District office at 541-387-5010.

10-13-14 - Budget Committee Members Needed
The Hood River County School District is looking for committed citizens to join its budget committee. The committee of appointed community members and school board members are tasked with reviewing and approving a budget of approximately $40 million. The deadline for applications is December 1, 2014 at 5pm. Read more...

10-10-14 - HRVHS Students Attain National Academic Honors
HRVHS Seniors Annelise Acosta and Miriam Starrett Recognized as National Merit® Scholarship Commended Students. Read more...

10-06-14 - HRVHS Senior Logan "Maui" Glass Recognized as National Merit® Scholarship Semi-Finalist
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced Hood River Valley High School senior Logan "Maui" Glass as a semifinalist in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. This academically talented high school senior has an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 8,000 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring. Read more...

09-30-14 - Blue Sky Program Helps HRVHS Install Solar Panels
Hood River Valley High School is now producing clean, renewable solar energy due to a grant through Pacific Power's Blue Sky Program, additional funding from Energy Trust of Oregon and the actual solar panel installation by Scott Sorenson, Common Energy LLC. Read more...

HRVHS Solar Panels

 

08-25-14 - Welcome Letter from Superintendent to Students, Families, and Community Members
Greetings Hood River County School District students, families and community members and welcome to a new school year! Every new school year brings with it a renewed sense of possibility and excitement. As I write to you, many of our students and your children are practicing on sports fields with their coaches, participating in one or more of our varied and comprehensive Community Education programs, learning in a district summer school session, and everyone is hopefully taking advantage of all that there is to enjoy throughout our beautiful county. Here in the school district our support staff are working hard to get our buses tuned up, curriculum organized, and our schools and classrooms cleaned and ready for students. Read more...

08-13-14 - Restraints and Seclusions, Annual Report
HRCSD is required by law to publicly post an annual report on the district's use of physical restraint and seclusion.  That report can be found on the district's website under District Info/District Reports/Restraints and Seclusions, Annual Report.

 

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