Cougar Update!

A bi-monthly newsletter for Greenway families

December 20th

Winter Fun!

Hello Greenway Families- We wish you a happy and restful winter break! School resumes on January 6th. Please save the date for our PTO meeting Social and Emotional Learning Night. Child Care and Reffle prizes for families! 6pm.


Thank you parents for our fun winter parties!

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Book Fair Fun!

A huge thank you to Mrs. Sprague and all of our Parent Volunteers who helped at the book fair! We will be excited to add new titles to our school library!
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Middle School Boundary Information

Dear Parents:

The Beaverton School District has held four (4) community meetings with the Middle School Boundary Adjustment (MSBA) advisory committee. Attendance boundaries for all of the middle schools are being considered for adjustment and the advisory committee is seeking community input from residents in the central and southern part of the District.

The City of Beaverton is planning for almost 7,000 new residential dwelling units in the Cooper Mountain area near Mountainside High School over the next 10-15 years. Which middle school(s) should serve these new developments? Do you have reasons why your neighborhood should attend a different middle school? Do you understand that changes to attendance boundaries in the north part of the District will impact other attendance boundaries? Are you concerned about the potential for the size of student enrollment at middle school?

If you are concerned about any of these questions, or if you have other questions about the MSBA project, please visit the District's MSBA web page (link). Read the materials, visit the advisory committee calendar, and/or submit written comment to the committee. Please come to an advisory committee meeting or watch the meeting livestreamed in real time. The district wants and needs to hear from you.

Thank you for your support!

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship Resources

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As we approach winter break, students will have more opportunities for screen time and digital interaction. We’ve developed a digital citizenship resource webpage to share with families.


Digital citizenship refers to using technology safely and responsibly. The District has been teaching digital citizenship to students for the past several years. In our continued work, we are now offering families information and resources to support safe and responsible digital practices.


Topics on the page include digital health and wellness, media literacy, and online privacy and safety. You can view the webpage at www.beaverton.k12.or.us./digital-citizenship, or simply go to our website and enter “digital citizenship” in the search tool.


Important dates!





Upcoming Event: PTO Meeting with Guest Speaker Angela Healow on January 8th at 6pm. Event will feature strategies to support the social and emotional growth of your children at home and school. Look for more information in the next few weeks!