Second Grade Students

Comply with proper physical distancing.
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School Lunches

All school meals are free for ALL Students throughout the 2020-2021 school year. When students leave school for the day, they will be provided with free lunch and meals for their at-home learning days. Any questions about meals can be directed to our Nutrition Services at 503-540-1662.

Terrific Tuesday in Kindergarten Starting Tuesday, March 2nd

Every Tuesday, wear your best dress-up clothes to school. Parents, I have some ties, vest, hats, and other items for children if they want to borrow. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

Mrs. Rieger

Student Transportation

All transportation staff and all students must wear face coverings on the bus. Students must maintain six feet of physical distance from others while waiting to load the bus.

The windows on the bus will be down during transport to allow for maximum ventilation. For safety purposes, the windows will not be lower than the first stop from the top. Students should dress appropriately, wearing warm clothing on cold days. The ventilation protocols will make the bus ride much colder than usual.

Students will have assigned seating on the buses to aid in contact tracing. Students from the same household will be seated together. It is important to understand that bus transport is the exception to the six-foot rule of physical distancing.

Students may not eat or drink on the bus. Staff and students should wash their hands or use approved hand sanitizer after disembarking from the bus. Transportation staff will sanitize and disinfect the bus between each route drop-off, throughout the day.

Stay Home When Sick

In order to protect all staff and students, no one should enter the school building if they are not feeling well or believe they may have been exposed to Covid-19. Before school each day, parents/guardians should screen their student for the following before sending them to school.

  • Fever (100.4) or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore Throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

By sending your student to school, you attest that your student is not experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms and has not been in close contact with someone with a positive or presumptive case of Covid-19, or who is waiting for Covid-19 test results.

Staff will visually screen students for symptoms upon entry to school, at the door, and throughout the day. Students who exhibit symptoms of Covid-19 will undergo further screening by school staff in our health room. After that screening, staff will determine whether the student can return to class or will need to be isolated while waiting to be picked up from school.