Clackamas River Chinooks!

October 22, 2021

Week 7 CRE Movie
Jog A Thon Update
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Good Morning Chinooks!


We are seeing a lot of smiles today for pictures! If you would still like to place an order, you can use the link below.


Our parent survey is now closed. The great news is we continue to see an upward trend in our data. Last Fall we scored a 3.87 on this survey (out of 5), this year we scored an (unofficial) 4.19. That is a growth of .32 points. This blew our goal of 3.97 out of the water! While we are so excited that parents are overwhelmingly feeling positive about CRE, our improvement cycles are never done. We will be analysing your responses and looking for your voice in improving our lowest markers.


To date, our JogAThon has raised over $14,000!! This money will go directly back into the classrooms to support learning for our students. Thank you for your contributions and continued support of our school.


Please take minute to check out the amazing work being done by Todas Juntos. There is a link below where you can access their SMORE with information about event happening in the community.


Movie night is a week from today! Please see the flyer below for more information and the link to join our event. We look forward to seeing you all there!


Have a great weekend and we'll see you back on campus on Monday.


Christina Anderson

Principal

Clackamas River

School Picture Day Order Form (Oct 22)

1. Search for Clackamas River Elementary 2. Select the order button from the appropriate photo day 3. Complete your transaction

Family Movie Night Reminder
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Social Media Challenges

Estacada School District Families,


As reported in the media, there is a new TikTok challenge going around called the “devious lick” challenge. It involves stealing or vandalizing school property and posting videos about it. We have also seen several other challenges over recent days that encourage students to say unkind and hurtful things to other classmates.


Please talk to your child/children about this challenge and about social media in general. While something like this may seem like an innocent prank on the surface, their words and actions have a very real impact on our schools. Students taking place in challenges that hurt or embarrass other students are unacceptable, and will be taken seriously by our administration. Additional challenges that involve theft and vandalism can cost our schools thousands of dollars to repair or replace items, and are a criminal offense. If you or your child need support or resources related to social media challenges, please contact your child’s school counselor.


We also ask that you monitor your child’s TikTok and social media accounts. Here are some resources to get you started as you have important conversations with your students: ​​https://www.commonsense.org/education/family-resources. Additionally, please report any concerns to your child’s school. Strong partnerships between schools and families allow us to proactively address concerns.


Thank you for your support and understanding regarding the impact this trend has had on our schools and community. We appreciate your partnership in working to keep dangerous and destructive social media trends out of our schools.


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