Clackamas River Chinooks!

January 7, 2022

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Week 14 CRE Movie
Good Afternoon Chinooks!


Welcome back to an exciting week at Clackamas River! Today we experienced our first emergency closure of the school year. We appreciated the quick responses and patience as we navigated sending home over 400 students earlier than expected. If you did not receive the closure information from the school district or the the parent square notice directing you where to send your change of plan information, please contact the school on Monday. As you saw today, it is very important we have multiple ways to reach you when phones and internet are down.


On Thursday, we also received new guidance on our quarantine and isolation timelines. Positive students will go from being in isolation for 10 days to 5 (with the first day of symptoms or the positive test being day 0). This happens only if there is no fever present without the use of medication and symptoms are declining.


Student quarantines have also shortened from 10 to 5 days when an exposure occurs outside of the home. Our test to stay program remains in place when students are exposed in the school setting and we are excited to see students remaining in school who might have previously moved to online learning. As always, if you have an exposure or illness with Covid symptoms, please contact the school. As we see cases again rising we want to do everything we can to keep kids healthy and on campus and learning.


We hope you enjoy your slightly extended weekend and we look forward to seeing you all Monday!



Christina Anderson

Principal

Clackamas River

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Emergency Broadband Benefits

There is a program being offered to families through the government. It is for families that may need to get the Internet into their homes. They want all students to have access to the internet.


Families can go to Reliance connect's website and the very first thing that comes up is the Emergency Broadband Benefit program.

Follow the prompts through the different paperwork and it is fairly easy to apply.


Families can receive $50.00 a month toward getting their internet connected. All they have to do is follow the links. Most of the programs through Reliance are only $59.00 so this would cover all but 9.00.


Families can qualify if they:

1- are low income,

2-have children that qualify for free and reduced lunches,

3-Received a Federal Pell Grant,

4-Are SNAP eligible,

5- Had a substantial loss of income due to job loss or were furloughed and had an income of below 99,000.00 single filers and 198,000.00 for Joint filers.


Or go directly to fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit


If the families cannot afford the $9.00 there is a program through the State of Oregon that will help with the last part.


OREGON TELEPHONE

ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

(OTAP)/LIFELINE APPLICATION


Oregon Public Utility Commission

PO Box 2148

Salem OR 97308


1-800-848-4442 or 503-373-7171

1-800-648-3458 (TTY)

971-239-5845 (Videophone)

Fax: 1-877-567-1977 or 503-378-6047

puc.rspf@state.or.us

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Building Budgets

Below is the building budget for at Clackamas River. Each year the building is given this budget to spend on additional curriculum, training, materials, and student supplies. In an effort to be transparent with our spending, you can see our year to date totals. We welcome any and all questions about our spending at Clackamas River.
Finance Update: November 2021
Operations Update: November 2021 - River Mill Elementary Tour
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