Wolverine News

October 26, 2020

Dear Families,

Please take a few moments to read through our current newsletter as it contains quite a few new items this week. All new and updated articles are posted on the uppermost part of the newsletter and recurring articles on the lowermost.

As always, we are here for you. Feel free to contact us at 503-663-3323 if you have any questions and/or concerns.

Have a happy and safe Halloween!

Our mission is to prepare our students for the best comprehensive distance learning experience possible. We ask that you guide and support your child's learning by ensuring that they:

  • Attend all classes, arrive on time, and be prepared and ready for the day's learning.
  • Complete and turn in all assignments on time.
  • Consistently communicate with their teachers.
  • Know that you expect them to succeed in school.

Together we will make this Mission Possible!

Ms. Elise Catanese


WOMS is EPIC (Engaged, Persistent, Intentional, Career & College Ready)

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Lost & Found & Locker Belongings

Dear WOMS Parents,

We wanted to provide an opportunity for you to pick up any Lost and Found items that your child/children may have left behind from the last school year including their locker belongings from last spring. Our lost and found include items such as clothing, lunch boxes, water bottles and shoes. Please contact the office @ (503) 663-3323 to schedule an appointment to claim your child/children belongings.

ALL unclaimed items will be donated to a local charity by Friday, November 6th.

WOMS Counseling Center

Hello again, Wolverine Students & Families!

Our "new normal" continues to impact us and those around us in many different ways. Whether it be housing, bills, food, mental health, or other needs, I am happy to help connect you to those resources. The links below are by category and can be translated to your home language. Other specific resource links can be found on the WOMS Counseling Website.

Rental & Housing Assistance

Utilities Assistance

Food Resources

Mental Health

Please don't hesitate to contact me! Students & Families can always email me or submit a Request Form.

-Ms. Kinder

Free Online Workshops for Teens and Parents

One of our community based partners, Northwest Family Services, is excited to announce a new series of free online workshops for parents and teens. These workshops are for any parent and their teenage child/ren in Multnomah County, and are offered monthly in both English and Spanish.

Workshop topics include teen alcohol and cannabis use, the new vaping epidemic, and empowering families through increased communication. Dates, times, and registration information can be found on the attached fliers and at nwfs.org/familyworkshops.html.

Multifamily Workshops ENG 2020-21.pdf

Multifamily Workshops SPANISH 2020-21.pdf

Locations for Immunizations

Do you need Technology Help?

If I have further technology related questions, where can I get help?

For further technology questions, please contact our school at 503-663-3323. Our school will work to get you in touch with a staff member who is able to assist you, or pass along further information to the Technology Department. You may now also get in touch by calling our Family Tech Assistance Line at 503-258-4733.