By: Hannah Lizio-Katzen & Mark McIntire Summer break is almost here! The summer vacation can be both a great opportunity for students to relax and recuperate from the school year as well as a time to keep their skills sharp…. [Read More…]
By Danielle Owen Each May, the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA), and speech-language pathologists around the country, celebrate Better Speech and Hearing Month. This month-long event works to provide the public with information regarding communication skills and the specialists… [Read More…]
Families and Students, Corbett School District wants to ensure that all families’ and students’ needs are met, including families who lack regular and adequate nighttime housing. Under the McKinney-Vento law, you may qualify for rights and services. Please notify Corbett’s… [Read More…]
Post by Maria Barker & Kris Rita This year Corbett’s Special Education department was chosen to participate in the Assistive Technology Team’s Training Project. The Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP), a training and technical assistance program supported by the Oregon… [Read More…]
Legacy Health will host free immunization clinics on Nov. 11, Veterans Day. The clinics will offer flu shots to those six months and older and tetanus/ diphtheria/pertussis shots to those 12 years and older. Clinics are available at all five Legacy locations in the Portland… [Read More…]
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is coordinating the statewide response to Ebola in order to provide current and consistent information to all communities. The OHA states that the likelihood of risk from exposure to Ebola is extremely low in our community. All… [Read More…]
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The Multnomah County Educational Service District has shared a document called Healthy Habits with all school districts in the county in response to the upcoming flu season and occurrences of the enterovirus in Multnomah County. It is good to refresh… [Read More…]