Today our daughter ELie went to soccer practice. It was a lovely day, sunny and 60 degrees. On Wednesday we had a snow day! I really can’t predict what the weather will do next. Fortunately, I think I have a handle on at least some of the things that will happen next in our school community:
Mrs. Luna and I will be hosting the 7th MS/HS principal’s chat of the year (we were, you guessed it SNOWED OUT of the one in March). The principal’s chat will happen at 8am in the MS/HS admin office. We’ve really enjoyed these chances to hear from parents and community members. Please come on by if you can.
AP tests start in early May. Preparation hits a fever pitch in April for our HS students.
About a decade ago, Corbett School District decided to not pursue certification through any of the accreditation outfits in our area. In view of the post-secondary experiences Corbett students have been able to pursue in the last 10 years, these decision to not pursue certification was probably a good one. However, times change and so staff, working under the direction of Randy, have been revisiting the subject. Watch board minutes, the web site, or drap Randy a line for updates.
College Visitation Trip
On May 21, Mrs. Luna and I will be leading a two-day overnight trip to visit 4 Oregon Universities (OSU, UO, WOSC, SOSC). Cost to students will be minimal- probably $10 plus food. If your student is interested drop us a call at 503-2610-4209 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring sports have started, which is great. The weather, however, has not been very outdoor sports like. Thanks to all involved for your flexibility as JP works hard to re-schedule contests as the rain/wind/snow/meteor showers/Godzilla attacks play unpredictable tricks on us.
And One More Thing . . .
I won’t steal their thunder here, but the Corbett Boosters posted a banner year once again at their Red and Black fundraiser. My wife Angela had to stay home to care for our daughter who got a little fever that night, but I got to go and it was great as usual. Way to go!