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We believe parents should be involved in the education of their children.
In the following pages, parents and guardians can get quick access to information that's most important to them and learn how to become more actively involved. We welcome comments, suggestions and concerns from parents. Please check back often as we expect these pages will continue to evolve as we get feedback from you.
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Early Release Fridays are new this year. This time is being used by staff for valuable collaboration and professional development to better support students. Click here to read more about this year's calendar.
Middle College isn't new, but it's expanded this year to include another grade at both Hamlin and Agnes Stewart middle schools. Mentoring is an integral part of the program—if you have just six hours that you could share over the course of the school year, please consider signing up to be a mentor. Conferences will be starting soon. Find out more at www.springfield.k12.or.us/middlecollege.
Our superintendent, Dr. Hertica Martin, is, of course, new. Visit www.springfield.k12.or.us/suptwelcome to read some highlights from her Welcome Address in September.
Did you know?
Thurston High operates an excellent preschool through its Child Development Center. The preschool is open to the public, and also provides a learning venue for high school students who are interested in early childhood education. Check out their website for more details.
You can make lunch payments online. Click here for more info.
You can apply online for free or reduced lunch costs. Click here for application tips and guidelines.
Here are some other ways to help you get your kids to school:
Free Carpool Match: Point2point Solutions provides parents with a free service to help them find carpool partners among families who live nearby and whose students attend the same school. Information is confidential and is shared only among registered families. Sign up at point2pointsolutions.org or call 541-682-6213.
Call your neighborhood school, or call the district office at 541-747-3331.