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School Board Policy: Section I
  • Section A/B Board Governance - contains policies that relate to the structure and foundation of the district and the organization, practices and procedures of the Board.
  • Section C Administration - contains policies that pertain to the management of the district, the administrative structure, the superintendent and policy implementation.
  • Section D Fiscal Management - contains policies that cover the management of district funds.
  • Section E Support Services - contains policies which cover noninstructional programs and services.
  • Section F Facilities - contains policies covering construction, remodeling and long-range planning.
  • Section G Personnel - contains the Board's personnel policies. This section is divided into three sections: GBgeneral personnel policies, covering all staff; GClicensed staff policies; GDsupport staff policies.
  • Section H Negotiations - covers policies relating to the process of negotiations. Due to Oregon law, no policies are needed in this section.
  • Section I Instruction - contains policies relating to the instructional program, goals, curriculum, special education, TAG, alternative education, cocurricular/extracurricular activities, assessments and grading/credits.
  • Section J Students - contains policies dealing with admission, attendance, conduct and discipline and other student matters. Most policies dealing with student activities, however, are found in Section I.
  • Section K/L Community Relations - contains policies relating to relations with the general public, community organizations, public agencies and other educational organizations.
2016 Football Preview
Parkrose football begins a complete overhaul in 2016.
Parkrose football begins a complete overhaul in 2016. Long time Parkrose Volleyball coach Brian Davis hangs up his court shoes for a pair of cleats this fall. Coach Davis will bring in an entirely new staff--one looking to make a positive impact in the lives of Parkrose males, both on the field and in the class...
Video students Win Big
Students won 1st and 2nd, state "Speak up.
Parkrose students won 1st and 2nd place in the state "Speak up. Work Safety." high school video contest. The students produced 90 minute videos centered around teen safety in the workplace. The video program received matching funds of $900. ​1st Place Team - Prize $500 Leah Coyle, Matthew Tremblay, Salena Garver and Keely Byer...
The Promise of Oregon
Students are Oregon’s greatest natural resource
“The Promise of Oregon” is a public education support campaign based on two defining principles: Today’s students are Oregon’s greatest natural resource. Accordingly, we as Oregonians must invest in our public schools so the next generation can reach its potential. Join us – our state’s future depend...
Alumn Makes Hall of Fame
Oregon Athletics Hall of Fame
The 2015 inductees to the Oregon Athletics Hall of Fame include a cross country all-American, an NCAA 1,500-meter champion, a record-setting swimmer and a 10-year NFL veteran Penny Graves Hewlett, Dub Meyers [Parkrose], James Reed and Tim Stokes comprise the four-person class, which will be recognized in ...
Flor de Toloache
The amazing mariachi band visted Prescott
All eyes were on Mrs. Langston--Prescott Elementary's music teacher--as she introduced the amazing mariachi band Flor de Toloache. They took time out of their busy touring schedule to visit Prescott earlier this year! This once in a lifetime assembly had students singing along and playing imaginary instruments! ...
Daunte Gouge
Parkrose Welcomes New Athletic Director
Daunte Gouge was recently hired as the new Parkrose High School Athletics Director. Gouge graduated from Seattle Pacific University in 1993 with a BA in Physical Education. While at SPU he competed on the Track Team as a four year Letterman and on the Cross Country team two years. He then received a Master's degree in Sports Science with an empha...
Meet Our New Sparrow
Meet Ben, an adorable boy who needs our help.
Parkrose Middle School's 2016-2017 Sparrow is Benjamin Bobosky. He is an adorable 2 1/2 year old who has Spastic Quad Cerebral Palsy and needs our help. Ben's Story When Benjamin was born premature at 31 weeks, he weighed only 3 pounds 2 ounces. On the first day of his life it was discovered that he had suffered a significant brain...