Superintendent's Message

  • Dan Goldman

    August 24, 2017

    Dear Hood River County School District Students and Families,

    Welcome to a new school year! It really is our privilege to partner with you in the intellectual, social and healthy development of your children. Education is indeed a partnership: together can we make certain that your children get the most out of the excellent educational experiences planned for the upcoming school year and that they are prepared for the world awaiting them after high school graduation. Thank you for putting your trust in the Hood River County School District and allowing us to be your partner in your child’s academic journey.

    Since the adoption of our strategic plan in 2014, we have been highly focused on achieving one powerful, overarching goal: Every student graduates with the knowledge and courage to learn, serve, and pursue their dreams. We are making steady progress towards this lofty goal and the full implementation of the high-leverage, research-based strategies outlined in the enclosed “20/20 Vision.”  Please take some time to read through this comprehensive plan and visit our webpage at https://www.hoodriver.k12.or.us/Domain/5 to review our progress. I know you’ll be excited about our commitment to continuous improvement, the opportunities for your involvement, and our focus on your child’s success.

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Announcements

  • 09-21-2017 - Cascade Locks Elementary Reopening 9-25-2017

    Cascade Locks Elementary School will be reopening on Monday, September 25th.  The staff will be talking with your child on Friday about the transition back home to their neighborhood school.  The bus route for late start Mondays and the Tuesday through Friday schedule is coming home in your child’s backpack on Friday.  Please review it or visit our website with the updated route times and schedule for next week.

    La Escuela Primaria de Cascade Locks se reabrirá el lunes 25 de septiembre. El personal estará hablando con su hijo el viernes sobre la transición de regreso a su escuela de su vecindario. La ruta de autobús para los lunes de comienzo tarde y el horario de martes a viernes se mandará a casa en la mochila de su hijo viernes. Por favor, reviselo o visite nuestro sitio web para las paradas y el horario actualizados de la ruta para la próxima semana.

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  • 09-19-17 - Cascade Locks Revised Bus Schedules
    As of September 20, 2017, Cascade Locks elementary students will continue to be bused to Westside Elementary School and secondary students will be bused to their appropriate schools. Revised bus schedules take affect tomorrow - click here to see new bus schedules.

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  • 09-18-2017 - Updated Evacuation Levels
    The Hood River County School District, in cooperation with the Hood River Sheriff’s Office, would like to be sure that you receive this important information.

    Based on the current weather patterns and the corresponding changes in fire behavior, the Hood River County Sheriff’s Office is downgrading evacuation levels for the Hood River Valley. 

    The Hood River Valley will have all evacuation levels lifted. This means zones A4b, A5, A6, A7, B4, B5, B6 and B7 return to normal, pre-fire status. Due to the flash flood advisory for the I-84 corridor, exit 56 all the way west to the county line will remain on Level One notice. This means that the Cascade Locks area, as well as Wyeth and Viento, need to remain ready for the possibility of evacuation. Residents and travelers should also be aware of the potential dangers associated with the flash flood advisory. Vigilance should be maintained, as rocks, trees, and debris could threaten the roadway and some populated areas.

    All evacuation notices for the public lands around Lost Lake are being lifted. However, all Hood River County Forestlands, Roads, and Trails are closed, as are all U.S. Forestlands north of Mt. Hood and west of Highway 35. Recreational use on these lands is prohibited at this time. Anyone found in this area could face citation, and anyone who enters these areas in violation of the closure may not receive search and rescue assistance if needed.

    The latest information on evacuation levels continues to be found at hoodriversheriff.com and on our Facebook and Twitter pages. The information lines are 541-387-6911(English) and 541-387-7080 (Spanish).

     

    El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Hood River, en cooperación con la Oficina del Sheriff de Hood River, desea asegurarse de que reciba esta información importante

    Basado en los patrones actuales del clima y los cambios correspondientes en el comportamiento del incendio, la Oficina del Sheriff del Condado de Hood River está bajando los niveles de evacuación para todo el Condado de Hood River.

    El Valle de Hood River tendrá todos los niveles de evacuación levantados. Esto significa que las zonas A4b, A5, A6, A7, B4, B5, B6 y B7 vuelven a su estado normal antes del incendio. Debido a la advertencia de inundación repentina para el corredor I-84, todo el camino al oeste desde la salida 56 hasta la línea del condado permanecerá en el aviso de Nivel Uno. Esto significa que el área de Cascade Locks, así como Wyeth y Viento, deben permanecer listos para la posibilidad de evacuación. Residentes y viajeros por carretera también deben ser conscientes de los peligros potenciales asociados con el aviso de inundación repentina. La vigilancia debe mantenerse, ya que las rocas, los árboles y los escombros podrían amenazar la carretera y algunas áreas pobladas.

    Todos los avisos de evacuación de los terrenos públicos alrededor de Lost Lake están siendo levantados. Sin embargo, todos los bosques, carreteras y senderos del Condado de Hood River están cerrados, al igual que todas las tierras forestales de los Estados Unidos al norte de Mt. Hood y al oeste de la Carretera 35. El uso recreativo en estas tierras está prohibido en este momento. Cualquier persona que se encuentre en esta área podría enfrentar la citación, y cualquier persona que entre en estas áreas en violación del cierre puede no recibir ayuda de búsqueda y rescate si es necesario.

    La información más reciente sobre los niveles de evacuación se encuentra en hoodriversheriff.com y en nuestras páginas de Facebook y Twitter. Las líneas de información son 541-387-6911 (Inglés) y 541-387-7080 (español).

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