North Clackamas Schools to hire instructional assistants
Several temporary positions will begin after winter break and work until the end of the school year. These positions are classified support to assist with class loads. Specific schools have been targeted with this extra support.
To view and apply for these temporary assignments go to this link: http://tinyurl.com/NC12jobs
TemporaryInstructional Assistants are needed 2.5 to 3 hours per day, at $11.08hour. These hours will be worked on student days during student hours.
Happy Valley Elementary
Mt. Scott Elementary
Spring Mountain Elementary
Temporary Technical Assistants are needed 7 hours per day to supervise large groups of students. Pay is $13.98 hour, with health benefits after 3 months in assignment. A Bachelor's Degree is required for these TA positions.
-- 7 positions at High School (3 @ Clackamas High; 2 @ Milwaukie High; 2 @ Putnam High)
-- 4 positions at Middle School (one per building)
…………………………………Education Foundation awards grants to North Clackamas Schools
Inthese lean budget times, North Clackamas Schools has been working to obtain grant funding for innovative curriculum. Recently, 13 schools were awarded more than $10,000 in 16 classroom innovation grants fromthe North Clackamas Education Foundation (NCEF).
“Grant-funded projects are some of the most creative, innovative learning opportunities in our classrooms,” said district grant consultant LeslieRobinette. “In these difficult budget times, classroom grants help uscontinue to provide exciting, hands-on learning experiences that students will remember long after the project is complete.”
Grants funded by the North Clackamas Education Foundation include:
Cascade Heights Elimane Mbengue $850 Engineering Design
Duncan Jodi Lee $1,000 Science for All
Linwood Bridget Miller $997 Energy, Engineering & Skype
Milwaukie Elementary Jim Schlauch $319 Building Bridges & Teams
Mount Scott Karen Morgan $350 Chess Club
Sunnyside Wendi Branstetter $550 Family Reading Night Book Giveaway
Sunnyside Marilyn Rogers $470 Photography Book Project
Whitcomb John Gorman $1,000 Language Development Lab
Alder Creek Middle Rick Bures $700 Rockets Tock
Rock Creek Middle Theresa Taylor $453 Illustrating Community Culture
Rock Creek Middle Patrick Shaw $536 Building an Electricity Bridge
Rowe Middle Jeff Young $500 Kellogg Creek Water Quality Data
New Urban High Kirstan Fengler $786 Biodiesel Production
New Urban High Anna Scarpino $250 You’ve Been Played
Sabin-Schellenberg Sherry Cornell $358 Video Modeling
Multicultural Outreach Phil Phan $915 Creativity through Cultures
Ardenwald Elementary wins grant for field trip
Thanks to a $700 grant from Target, 58 Ardenwald Elementary students will takea field trip to the Oregon Zoo to develop their oral and written skills in English. The students, in kindergarten through fifth grade, are part of the school’s English Learner program.
“Besides the language skills students will develop through interaction with peers, parent volunteers, and bilingual teachers, this will be a community-building activity between students, important because of theinflux of students who came to us when Campbell School closed,” said teacher Alison Hansell.
Tuesdays from 8 to 10 a.m.
Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon
Fridays from noon to 3 p.m.
A food pantry coordinator is needed to organize and provide emergency food boxes to families. Initially, this would be a 15 to 20 hour commitment for the first three weeks. After that, it would be two to six hours per week during the school year,hours flexible between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Monday through Fridays. Some work could be done from home. This role requires an adult self-starter who is able to plan and carry out projects independently.
WichitaCenter is the hub of several social programs, including the FamilySupport Center, Head Start, the WIC food program, Lunch Buddies, andDental Health Solutions. Family help available at the center includesclothing for kids in grades K-12, school supplies, hygiene items, and emergency food boxes.
Holiday assistance is also needed. To volunteer, to make a donation, or to seek help at Wichita Center, call Shelly Carmona at 503-353-5663.
Christmas tree sales to benefit high school forestry program
Ready to deck the halls? Drop by the land lab for a selection of Christmastrees, wreaths, swags, garlands, and centerpieces, featuring noble, grand, and Douglas firs.
Visit the Sabin-Schellenberg Land Lab,13021 SE Hubbard Road, open December 16,17, and 18 on Friday from 3 p.m. to dark, Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to5 p.m. Trees are priced from $10 to $60, with other greenery from $15to $20. Proceeds benefit the forestry program at the Sabin-Schellenberg career-technical center.
Extension/Style Combo $7
Holiday Manicure $5
Holiday Pedicure $6
Mani/Pedi Combo $9
Registration opens for free January play groups for toddlers
As part of the Sabin-Schellenberg Early Learning Center’s introductory course in child development, high school students apply knowledge and skills through a hands-on experience creating a play group for toddlers.
The Early Learning Center will be offering six Toddler PlayTime sessions,each one planned by a different group of students studying child development. Students will be leading the sessions under teacher supervision. The center is located on the North Campus of Sabin-Schellenberg Center at 14211 SE Johnson Road.
Six separate play group sessions, occurring:
Session 1: Thursday, January 5, 9:20-10:45 a.m.
Session 2: Monday, January 9, 9:20-10:45 a.m.
Session 3: Tuesday, January 10, 12:40-2:00 p.m.
Session 4: Wednesday, January 11, 9:20-10:45 a.m.
Session 5: Thursday, January 12, 12:40-2:00 p.m.
Session 6: Friday, January 13, 9:20-10:45 a.m.
* Sign Up for more than one session! Space is limited to 15 toddlers per session*
Where: Sabin North Campus, 14211 SE Johnson Road, Classroom203 (Main Office Bldg.)
Who: Toddlers, ages 18 months to 3 years
Why:High school students experience and plan a developmentally appropriateplay session for toddlers in preparation for their next educationalstep working with preschoolers at the ELC.
Registration is first-come, first-served, so call now. Questions?Contact Kara Cook at (503)353-5910 ext. 37954 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rowe teacher named K103 educator of the week