October 31, 2014

Corbett Grade School

Academic Foundations for the Next Level

Corbett Grade School is the bedrock of academic and social development for the Corbett Middle and High Schools. A strong staff of talented educators provide high quality instruction in a multi-age environment. Rather than being restricted by grade-level requirements, students work at their own rates and levels. The result of this approach is that every year there are students in grades five and six who are reading and practicing math at a high school level.

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Corbett Grade School

Every student participates in an exceptional music program and may choose to participate in the band program at grade five. An intervention specialist works with students who are at risk of falling behind or may be determined to need special education services.

The school’s celebrated Columbia River Gorge Initiative, created and housed at Corbett Grade School, sets the school apart as a national model of place-based education. Students and teachers organize much of their work around the development of In-Depth knowledge of one of the world’s most spectacular and unique physical features, emerging from their elementary experience with significant expertise regarding this national treasure.

The Corbett Grade School has recently been featured on KPTV.  View the story on their website.

Grade School Welcomes New Classroom Teachers

The Grade School is fortunate to be welcoming an excellent group of classroom teachers to our staff this year. The existing staff was invited to participate in interviews and observations of the teacher candidates and feel confident that we have… [Read More...]

Corbett Cheer Club Registration

Corbett Cheer club has opened registration for grades k-MS. If your student is interested in participating, visit the Corbett Cheer Club web site at: corbettcheerclub.com. Here’s an a copy of the Corbett Cheer Club flyer for your use.    … [Read More...]

Grade School Main Campus Supply Lists

Supply List Grades KG-2 Supply List Grades 3-5 Click on the above supply lists for a suggestion of what your student can bring to school. The Gresham Lion’s Club has generously donated backpacks with school supplies for those in need…. [Read More...]

Kindergarten Round-Up This Week!

On Wednesday, April 9th from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm All Corbett resident students who will be five years old on or before September 1, 2014 should register for kindergarten for the 2014-15 school year at the annual kindergarten round up. Families admitted… [Read More...]

Kindergarten Round Up for the 2014-15 School Year

On Wednesday, April 9th from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm all Corbett resident students that will be five years old on or before September 1, 2014 should register for kindergarten for the 2014-15 school year at the annual kindergarten round… [Read More...]

Flags for First Graders

Yesterday, Ron and Mary from the Gresham Lions Club visited the first grade students at Corbett Grade School.  They told the story of the American flag and provided each student with their very own miniature flag and pamphlet.  View the… [Read More...]

Harvest of the Month Program

Welcome back! This year in the Corbett School District, we will be serving a different local fruit or vegetable every month of the school year, using resources available from the Oregon Department of Education’s Oregon Harvest for Schools program. We know… [Read More...]

Resources

This is not, by any means, an exhaustive list of resources, but a few of my favorite resources for families experiencing disabilities. Let me know if you have any questions! REST: a local east county support group for mothers of children… [Read More...]

Grade School Principal AND Teacher Chat

Please join us from 8:00 am – 9:00 am on Thursday, March 14th in the grade school staff room for a chat with Principal DeeDee Hanes and Teacher Bekah Tucker.  This is an informal discussion about education at the grade… [Read More...]

Safety Measures

Corbett Schools have had safety procedures in place for a very long time.  In light of recent national events, this is a good time to review and upgrade practices.  Teachers, support staff, administration and community resources are all working together… [Read More...]