The Wildcat Weekly

CCMS Family Newsletter April 5-April 9

Shift to Hybrid--April 19

On April 19, GBSD middle and high schools will shift to Hybrid model. There are a few changes that will affect all students, as the schedule has been updated.

  • New school start time:

    • 8:20 am advisory begins for all students (Hybrid and eGBSD)

  • Class periods

    • The order of classes is different each day

    • 5th period will be split between morning and afternoon.

  • Mondays and Thursdays

    • Periods 1, 2, and the first half of 5th in the morning

    • Second half of 5th period, 3, and 4 in the afternoon.

  • Tuesdays and Fridays

    • Periods 3, 4, and the first half of 5th in the morning,

    • Second half of 5th period, 1 and 2 in the afternoon.

  • Wednesdays

    • Current schedule

    • Advisory meeting online at 8:20 am

    • Asynchronous work (e.g. IReady math or reading, projects, makeup work, etc.) for the remainder of the day.


To view individual cohort schedules, click here.


Transportation information for Hybrid students can be found in Student/ParentVue.

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School Board Meeting Update

The Gresham Barlow School Board held a board business meeting on April 1.


  • To view agenda items click here.
  • To view the video, click here.


The next business meeting will be Thursday, May 6, at 7 pm.


If you wish to provide public comment, please email your comments to the board secretary, Sarah Avery at avery4@gresham.k12.or.us by 5:00 p.m. the day of the meeting and your comments will be part of the public record.

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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.

  1. 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.

  2. We believe all families want their child to have academic success and a positive social emotional experience.

  3. We believe all students must be seen, heard, and valued in order to actively engage in their learning.

  4. 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.


  1. We commit to decentering dominant culture in order to see and hear other perspectives.

  2. 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.

  3. We commit to recognizing every family’s contributions and centering student and family voices.

  4. 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.