Free nutritious meals and fun activities provided this summer at sites across the community. Open to all youths age 1 to 18. Click here for details on dates, times, and locations.
Congratulations to Alyssa Engle on being recognized for her contributions to mathematics education in our community!
See the question voters will decide on the November ballot. Each school building will see improvements.
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The award will help improve the lives of our Latino community. Read more by clicking here.
Linwood and Lewelling Neighborhood associations and Chartwells donate to the program that makes sure Rowe MS students have lunch and healthy snacks!
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RPHS theatre students and staff won awards and elections this year!
Congressman Kurt Schrader met with Ms. Barnes during her trip.
School Board points to progress made in many areas by the District.
Kylee Hileman's photography portfolio won her a scholarship to the Oregon College of Art & Craft
Beginning with a semester coding/design class and summer camps in 2016 and 2017.
"Nourishing kids is a full-time commitment," says Regional Director
Click here to read the list of awards.
Read his blog from the Oregon Leadership Network website.
NC12 is improving routes to school for students
Help a new student learn about riding the bus - become a bus buddy!
Superintendent Matt Utterback delivered a forward-looking budget message that prepares for full-day kindergarten, a full school year and reduces class size. Students, families and staff will all see a difference. Further, the Superintendent gets ready for future improvements and looming increased costs.
Award-winning North Clackamas schools lead students toward graduation, empowering and inspiring them to strengthen the quality of life in our local and global communities. Our graduates are prepared for the demands of college, career, and life.
An area business magazine talks about why families prefer North Clackamas Schools. North Clackamas offers a wide range of programs. Elementary music, PE, & counseling remain a priority in every school. Middle schools focus on rigorous core academics, balanced with elective choices. High school students have an array of choices, from the state's largest career-technical program to numerous AP, IB & college credit classes. High schools offer a full slate of performing arts programs, with eight of the nine band, orchestra & choir programs qualifying for last year's state competition.