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Election Day is today. Ballots are due by 8 p.m.

Posted on: May 15, 2017

Tomorrow is Election Day. Cast your vote before the polls close at 8 p.m. The District bond measure, Measure 22-165, and school board races will be decided.

Ballots are due by 8 p.m. Official ballot drop boxes are at Linn County Courthouse, North Albany Shopping Center and Albany Public Library.

Stutzman Services donates Arbor Day tree to Waverly Preschool

Posted on: May 1, 2017

Waverly preschool students celebrated Arbor Day on April 28 with a tree donation and planting by Stutzman Services.

Stutzman Services posted this story and photo gallery on their website.

The Child Development Center at Waverly Elementary School received a special gift on Friday. With the help of some eager preschoolers, Landscape Designer Bill Marshall of Stutzman Services planted a donated red alder tree in the school’s playground.

The Arbor Day planting served not only as a hands-on educational opportunity for students, but also as an unofficial ground breaking for the preschool’s new playground. Stutzman Services has donated Marshall’s time to design the unique playground and this tree is one of several to be included in the final product.

The red alder is native to Oregon and currently stands at about 10 feet tall. “I was expecting something much smaller. This is so nice and the kids are going to love watching it grow,” said preschool teacher Katy Allaback. “We are just so thankful for the donation and support from Mr. Marshall and Stutzman Services.”

Reminder: Kindergarten orientation is May 2

Posted on: April 17, 2017

Incoming kindergarten students are invited to visit their schools on May 2 during orientation day.

Each of the 12 elementary schools will hold “Get acquainted” sessions to share information about kindergarten for new students and their families.

Check the schedule for the orientation time at each school.

Find your neighborhood school by entering your address on the school site locator.


Read information about proposed projects at each school

Posted on: April 16, 2017

Enrollment in the District is projected to increase by about 500 students in the next five years. Ballot Measure 22-165 would fund new or renovated classrooms at all grade levels.

A new elementary school is proposed near Timber Ridge, and new classrooms and a major renovation is proposed for Oak Grove Elementary School.

For more information about the proposed Oak Grove project, see the architectural conceptual drawings.

For information about projects proposed for each school in the District, see the school project profiles.