The Wildcat Weekly
CCMS Family Newsletter June 14-16
8th GRADE DRIVE THRU CELEBRATION JUNE 14
Monday, June 14th, 5-7pm
219 Northeast 219th Avenue
We will be hosting a drive-thru 8th grade promotion in the evening on Monday June 14th, from 5-7pm to celebrate our 8th grade Wildcats. More details to follow!
At this time students will receive certificates, have an opportunity to take a selfie, be celebrated by staff and return their Chromebook and any other materials. You must return your Chromebook to get your certificates/awards.
Last Day of School Change
All 6th and 7th grade students: complete an in-person check of your Chromebook (damage, wear/tear) to keep it over the summer.
Hybrid students complete this on-site during classes.
we will be out in the community on 6/9 (see above)
eGBSD students will need to come into the main office between 8:00 and 4:00, June 14-18.
Devices not brought in for this check will be remotely shut down by our technology department.
All 8th grade students will need to return their Chromebooks.
Cohort A students can return them after school on 6/14
We will be collecting these at the 8th Grade Drive Up Promotion on 6/14
Our main office will be open for returns 8-4pm, June 14-18
Devices not turned in will be remotely shut down and a replacement fee will be charged to the student’s account.
St Aidan's Episcopal Church
17405 NE Glisan St. Portland, OR 97216
June 12, 2021 at 11:00am-3:00pm
Onsite and walk-ins are available
All 3 vaccines are available, with Pfizer available for minors
Parent/Guardian required to sign waiver available onsite
Latino Network Rockwood Parking Lot
312 SE 165th AVE. Portland, OR 97233
June 12 between 12:30pm-3:00pm
Drive/walk/bike through site
Vaccine: Pfizer 1st dose
Eligibility: All Oregonians over the age of 12
Rockwood Boys & Girls Club
454 SE 165th St. Portland, OR
June 13 between 12:00pm-4:00pm
Drop-ins are welcome
Vaccine: Pfizer 1st dose
All Oregonians over the age of 12
16126 SE Stark St. Portland, OR 97233
Every Saturday between 11:00am-6:00pm
To schedule an appointment and more information, visit this link
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CCMS Equity Statement
We believe each student has assets that enhance the Clear Creek Middle School community, and our job is to nurture their potential.
We believe all students have potential that is enhanced by their individual experiences including their race, ethnicity, culture, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, home language, country of origin and religious preference.
We believe all families want their child to have academic success and a positive social emotional experience.
We believe all students must be seen, heard, and valued in order to actively engage in their learning.
We believe all members of our community are bound in collectivism and our strength lies in our solidarity.
The Clear Creek Middle School community commits to identifying and eliminating systems of oppression within our school and we commit to advancing systems that empower our students to achieve academic and social emotional success.
We commit to decentering dominant culture in order to see and hear other perspectives.
We commit to using a culturally relevant equity lens when making decisions about student and family engagement strategies, curriculum, discipline practices, resource allocation, and school improvement planning.
We commit to recognizing every family’s contributions and centering student and family voices.
We commit to building relationships and staying engaged in courageous conversations with students, families, and colleagues which includes sitting in discomfort, resisting defensiveness, and seeking support.