WLWV Community Update

September 29, 2020

Anxiety 101 Informational Night for Caregivers

West Linn-Wilsonville social workers Brittany Bucholz and Sarah Hiatt invite families to join them for a virtual Anxiety 101 workshop on Thursday, Oct. 1. Topics covered include what anxiety is, causes, what it looks like, how to support your child, coping skills, and resources. To learn more, including the link to this online meeting, please visit the district website.

School Resource Officer Review — Take the Online Survey

The SRO Program Review Survey will remain open through Monday, October 5, 2020.

The West Linn-Wilsonville School District and School Board have committed to conducting a review of our School Resource Officer (SRO) Program using an equity lens. The District values its partnership with the West Linn and Wilsonville Police Departments and especially our School Resource Officers. The review of the SRO Program is typical of other district program reviews and your feedback is appreciated.

Calendar Adjustments — Change in Conference Dates for Primary/MS Levels

On Monday, Sept. 28, our School Board approved a change to the school year calendar that impacts previously scheduled conference days in October for all primary and middle schools.


Conference days will now take place on October 22 and October 23. This means that October 7 and October 8 are now Comprehensive Distance Learning school days. You can find the full year’s calendar on the district website.


The Middle Level conference date previously scheduled for October 8 will now take place on October 23. That means that Oct. 8 is now a Comprehensive Distance Learning school day. You can find the full year’s calendar on the district website.

We are making this change for a variety of reasons. Scheduling more time between our virtual home visits at the start of the school year and our fall conferences allows for more information to be shared regarding student learning. The additional time will also give teachers an opportunity to learn more about their students, complete assessments, and provide more meaningful information about current achievement levels and learning goals for families.

Thank you for your flexibility and understanding.

Just like last spring, all meals are FREE for children age 18 and younger.

Starting September 21, meals are now being delivered to 60 unique locations across West Linn-Wilsonville in addition to school locations. Meals will be delivered by bus and are available between 11 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. Monday-Friday. Buses will be parked at their location for the entire time window, so please stop buy and pick up breakfast and lunch! Please view the online map for meal distribution locations.

Meal Distribution School Locations include:

  • Bolton Primary,
  • Boones Ferry Primary,
  • Cedaroak Park Primary,
  • Lowrie Primary,
  • Stafford Primary,
  • Sunset Primary,
  • Trillium Creek Primary,
  • Willamette Primary,
  • Meridian Creek Middle School,
  • Rosemont Ridge Middle School,
  • West Linn High School,
  • and Wilsonville High School.

Meals are also available from 4-6 p.m. at the following school locations. Any child age 1-18 across the district can pick up from any of these locations:

  • Bolton Primary
  • Boones Ferry Primary
  • Lowrie Primary
  • Willamette Primary
  • Rosemont Ridge Middle School
  • Wilsonville High School

**If your student has an approved, documented allergen through the nursing staff and Nutrition Services for us to accommodate, please let the staff know at your pick up location you will be needing a meal made so we can have it ready for you.

Upcoming Events

Monday, October 5 — The West Linn-Wilsonville School Board will hold a public meeting on Monday, Oct. 5 beginning at 6 p.m.

Monday, October 19 — The West Linn-Wilsonville School Board will hold a public work session on Monday, Oct. 19 beginning at 5 p.m.

About West Linn-Wilsonville

The West Linn-Wilsonville School District is nationally recognized for its high student and staff achievement, including one of the top graduation rates in the State of Oregon. West Linn-Wilsonville serves nearly 10,000 K-12 students across 16 schools in West Linn and Wilsonville, with a mission of creating learning communities for the greatest thinkers and the most thoughtful people for the world. WLWV strives to provide challenging education opportunities that prepare students to be college and career ready.