Stoops' Scoop

November 15, 2019 - Edition 5

District Vision

We provide exceptional educational experiences that inspire, challenge and prepare each student to achieve personal and academic success.

Lady Trojans win 2A Volleyball State Championship

Congratulations to the Lady Trojans for bringing home Kennedy High School's first Volleyball State Championship Trophy. Also, Congratulations to head coach Laura Beyer, Ron Beyer, Jessica Schmidtman, Scott Sanders and Carl Beyer. A great 33-1 season. Girls Cross Country Team placed 7th at State Meet, with many runners earning personal best times, thank you coaches Steve Ritchie and Dar Wavra for another great season. Kennedy Football plays Oakland High School in the State Playoff Quarterfinals Game at 1:00 p.m. in Silverton. Go Trojans!

District Strategic Plan Indicator #3

Indicator 3 of the District Strategic Plan focuses on all 9th grade students earning 7 credits by the end of their first year in high school. The State of Oregon defines 9th grade students as "on-Track" for graduation if they earn at least 6 credits during their freshmen year. Mt. Angel School District's target is for all 9th grade students to earn 7 credits by June of 2022. The primary strategies this year is for 8th and 9th grade students to develop and maintain Personal Plan and Profiles and focusing on students attending school everyday.
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State Report Cards are now available

State Report Cards are posted to our website at . The detailed reports for the district and schools can be found at .

Kennedy HS AG/CTE Program Receives CO2 Lazer Engraver from MWEC Grant

Agriculture Science and Technology Teacher Korrie Shull and her students are utilizing technology in their woodworking shop. The Lazer Engraver was purchased with a grant from Mid-Willamette Education Consortium (MWEC). The new tool provides students with opportunities to learn and develop skills that will prepare them for high-wage, high skill jobs and many other technology and manufacturing careers.

District is Conducting an Improvement Plan Survey

We are currently surveying student, parents, staff and community members to provide feedback on 5 areas for school improvement priorities. These priorities come from the work being done to develop the District Consolidated Improvement Plan (CIP) and the 3-Year Student Success Act (SSA) Plan. Both plans are part of the requirements attached to HB 3427 passed by the Oregon Legislature in July. Please take 5 minutes to take the survey at the link below. Your feedback is a critical part of the planning process. There will be additional opportunities for feedback as the planning process progresses. The plan is due March 15, 2020. The survey is available in English and spanish. English: Spanish: The survey will be open until December 1st. We will be providing opportunities to complete the survey during parent teacher conferences November 18-19. If you need further assistance with access to technology to complete the survey please contact Eva Briseno at, or at 503-845-2345.

District needs Classifed substitutes

We are in need of substitutes to cover part-time and full-time shifts for classified staff. We are looking for parents or community members interested in working in our school kitchens, classrooms and van drivers and bus drivers. Our district contracts for substitutes through EduStaff (except for van/bus drivers). You can apply at or call 877-974-6338. Most positions do not require previous experience, we can train. If you have any questions please contact Jill Holland, Administrative Assistant, at, or at 503-845-2345.