IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Rock Creek -2021-22

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BIRTHDAY TREATS AND INVITATIONS

Birthday treats /prizes not to be brought to school.

Due to student allergies, equity and the number of birthdays we celebrate each month we do not allow birthday treats/prizes at school. We will however, be recognizing and celebrating birthdays on their special day in other special ways!


We also ask that private birthday party invitations or other type of private invitations NOT be delivered and distributed at school. This can lead to hurt feelings among students. Please make an effort to deliver these important messages in another manner.

Thank you for your cooperation. It is greatly appreciated.

IMPORTANT STUDENT ARRIVAL TIME

For the safety of our students, students that are parent drop off, walkers and bike riders are not to arrive before 8:20 am. Bus riders arrive at 8:15 am because the school buses need to leave earlier to pick up middle school students. Classroom doors do not open until 8:20 am. We do not have space or the supervision for all students to safely line up outside the doors until 8:20 am.

ILLNESS SYMPTOMS

We are required to track all student absences and illness symptoms. When calling in your student's absence please leave detailed information ie. cough, fever, vomiting, etc. If we do not have detailed information we are required to call parents. Our 24 hour attendance line is 503-356-2450. Thank you for your cooperation!

LOST AND FOUND

Please label all your student's items, coats, gloves, hats, water bottles etc. We try our best to get items back to students, but without a name it is very difficult. We collect Lost and Found items at the end of the month and store them for the BSD Clothes Closet.

Help with Technology

Need help with Technology? Check out the website below for tips for using our different applications and platforms. There is also contact information for our Student Help Desk.

https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/connect/family-toolkit/technology-support-for-families


If you don't know your password, there are a few options:

  • Login to ParentVue then click on the "Student Info" tab then scroll down to "Other data" to find your student's password.
  • Call the Student Help Desk. If your student reset their password at any point, we don't have access to the new password at Terra Linda.

Damage/Loss Protection Coverage for iPads and Chromebooks

If you plan to use an iPad or Chromebook from Rock Creek, please consider activating the Damage/Loss Protection Coverage available from our District. The Coverage fee is $20. It is possible to waive this fee if your family is eligible for Meal Benefits. See below.


How can you activate Damage/Loss Protection Coverage?

  • Option 1: You can opt in or opt out of Damage/Loss Protection Coverage by logging into ParentVue and selecting the Online Verification and Family Updates option.
  • Option 2: Stop by Terra Linda and fill out a paper form to request coverage.


If you are eligible for Meal Benefits and plan to use a district-owned iPad or Chromebook and you have opted into Damage/Loss Protection Coverage using one of the above options, you have three choices for this Coverage

  • When you apply for Meal Benefits, click the box on the application that allows District staff to be aware of your eligibility. The $20 Coverage fee will automatically be waived.
  • Bring your Meal Benefits Eligibility Letter to Terra Linda so that we can verify eligiblity. We can then waive the $20 Coverage fee.
  • Pay thee $20 fee for Damage/Loss Protection Coverage


Students can use district-owned devices at home without insurance coverage, but families are liable for any damages to the devices.

Clothes FOR KIDS

he link to schedule an online Clothes for Kids Appointment is under the Families tab on the District's website. Appointments are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. or on Wednesdays between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.


To see open appointment slots, families need to click on a calendar date that works for them, then select either a Large Family (4 or more students) or a Small Family (1 - 3 students). After they've indicated the family size, open appointments for a date selected will be on the right side of the screen. If times are not shown, either family size has not been selected or they need to select a different date on the calendar. They need to click on the time that works for them and then complete a short form to book the appointment. While online is best, families can all call 503-356-4322 to schedule an appointment. (Press 1 for English and 2 for Spanish.)


District staff are more than welcome to schedule appointments for families. When you book the appointment, if needed, you can leave your information under the contact questions and fill out the remainder of the form with the student's information. On the day of the appointment, families will be asked to complete another very short form with the student's information.


In addition to scheduling the appointment, if needed and appropriate, you can shop for the family. You would just need to have an idea of what the student needs, their sizes and preferences. If you'd like to shop for several students and/or families, please book a 45 min timeslot. Volunteers will be there to help you.


Appointments are not needed to make a donation. For the program, donations are best when the program is open during the times listed above. Or, there are two donation bins on the walkway in front of the program that are available Monday through Friday during normal business hours.



The District prohibits discrimination and harassment based on any basis protected by law, including but not limited to, an individual's actual or perceived race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national or ethnic origin, marital status, age, mental or physical disability, pregnancy, familial status, economic status, veteran status, or because of a perceived or actual association with any other persons within these protected classes.

Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS)

Looking for resources to help your student with distance learning? Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) can help.


All BSD students have a Youth Access Card allowing them to access all services for free. (New students and kindergarteners will receive their cards this fall). Youth Access Cards allow students to check out five books or audiobooks at a time, plus access these services:

https://www.beavertonlibrary.org/479/Youth-Access-Card


  • Library of Things: Beaverton City Library and Cedar Mill Community Libraries have Library of Things collections with STEM items to enhance learning, including math games, robotics, coding kits and Legos.

  • Book bundles: Check out Book Bundles at Beaverton City Library and Cedar Mill Community Libraries, designed for a variety of reading levels and interests.

  • Virtual events: Register for virtual events, including weekly storytimes.

  • eBooks and eAudiobooks: Using Sora, students can select titles from WCCLS’s collection.

  • Homework Help: Live online homework help is available daily from 1-10 p.m. in English and Spanish through Brainfuse HelpNow. Brainfuse also offers test prep and writing/research assistance.

  • Tumblebooks: View and listen to animated books.

  • Mango Languages: Learn one of 70 languages with Mango.

  • Computer Lab: Beaverton City Library has a computer lab. Call or check the website for hours.

Rock Creek Elementary


4125 NW 185th Ave

Portland OR 97229

Main Office-503-356-2450

Attendance-503-356-2451

Fax- 503-356-2455

Principal: Tiffany Wiencken
The District prohibits discrimination and harassment based on any basis protected by law, including but not limited to, an individual's actual or perceived race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national or ethnic origin, marital status, age, mental or physical disability, pregnancy, familial status, economic status, veteran status, or because of a perceived or actual association with any other persons within these protected classes.