Water samples were submitted on 6/9/16 to Waterlab Corp. for lead testing. The results inform us that that the samples were below the level requiring action. The highest level was reported in the Science Lab sink. While it is still… [Read More…]
The following are the supply lists for the main campus grade school for grades kg-5th. Click on the image for a larger view.
Here’s our Back to School issue where we try to collect important information all in one place. Read about middle school and high school registration, Transition Day for Transition Years, school supply lists, and more! Important note: Sports fees and Gate fees… [Read More…]
It’s that time again! In advance of our registration dates for MAIN CAMPUS MS & HS STUDENTS, please complete & bring with you the following forms: MS Forms, Part 1 MS Forms, Part 2 HS Forms, Part 1 HS Forms, Part 2… [Read More…]
The Corbett School District Board of Directors approved the following regular school board meeting dates for 2016-2017 at their July 20 organizational meeting . Meetings will be held on the third Wednesday of the month except where noted by *… [Read More…]
Multnomah County Town Hall Meeting Senator Jeff Merkley June 26, 2016 @ 6:30 PM Corbett Elementary School Gymnasium Senator Jeff Merkley will update constituents on his work in Washington, D.C., will answer questions, and invite suggestions about how to tackle… [Read More…]
On Monday, May 2nd, the CSD Site Council met. This council is made up of teachers, parents, a classified staff representative, a student representative, and an administrator. The draft minutes can be found by using the following link: https://v3.boardbook.org/Public/PublicItemDownload.aspx?smk=60245 The… [Read More…]
Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc. (OMF) is the only nonprofit in Oregon that combines farm animals, agriculture, gardens, and natural resources to provide an educational enrichment program for all children including at-risk children and youth in a safe and secure farm setting. They… [Read More…]
There will be a special board meeting on Monday, May 23rd, at 7 pm in the MPB. The topic will be to discuss building facilities. The public is invited to attend.