When: Sat/Sun Dec 07-08, 2013 9AM-4PM
Noble's $15 ($20 over 12 feet)
Reynolds Learning Academy (RLA) is holding its annual noble tree sale at 20234 NE Halsey, north parking lot. The sale will be held 9AM to 4PM Dec.7-8 and 14-15. Trees $15, $20 over 12 feet. The sale benefits Multnomah Youth Corps and the trades program at RLA.
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Be Seen! Get Heard!
When: Sat Jan 12, 2013 12PM-2PM
Join community members for a celebration of the Rockwood Art and Media Project on Saturday, January 12th, 2013 at The Rockwood Building, Gresham. Parents and youth are hosting an event for the community, “Be Seen! Get Heard!” a Showcase featuring photos, art, and talents of youth
Buy any book and help your Reynolds Schools!
4-Day Holiday Fundraiser
When: Nov 29-30, Dec 1-2, 2012
The Reynolds Education Foundation and Barnes and Noble, Lloyd Center are hosting a book fair to benefit ALL Reynolds schools. ALL sales identified from Reynolds patrons will yield a percentage to be applied to book purchases from Reynolds teacher wish lists (those books become property of the schools).
If you'll be shopping this Christmas for book gifts, please consider shopping at Barnes and Noble, Lloyd Center Nov 29, 30, Dec 1 and 2 and help your Reynolds Schools. Simply tell the clerk "you're supporting the Reynolds Education Foundation book fair!"
Summer Jobs and Career Fair; Mt. Hood Community College, College Center Fireplace Lounge: Feb 23, 2012 10AM-1PM
Summer Jobs Fair
When: Thu Feb 23, 2012 10AM-1PM
The Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) Career Planning and Counseling Center is hosting the sixth annual summer jobs and career fair in the College Center Fireplace Lounge at 26000 SE Stark St. in Gresham, Thursday Feb 23, 2012 from 10AM to 1PM.
The fair offers students and community members the opportunity to meet with employers who are hiring for great summer and seasonal positions, as well as ongoing opportunities. Employers scheduled to attend include Timberline Lodge, Clackamas County Parks, Mt. Hood Aquatic Center, Princess Tours, Oregon Department of Forestry, The Home Depot and KOIN 6 Television.
|Individuals requiring accommodations due to a disability should contact the MHCC Disability Services Office at 503-491-6923 or 503-491-7670 (TDD). Please call at least two weeks prior to the event to ensure availability.|
When: Jan 23-25, 2012 7-8PM
The Reynolds School Board has selected McPherson & Jacobson, LLC, Executive Recruitment and Development to assist it in selecting superintendent candidates for the board to interview.
The board is soliciting input from district staff, parents, students and the community as part of the search, and has scheduled community forums with the consultants on the following dates.
The following forums are open to all:
- Monday, Jan 23, 7-8 PM
Walt Morey Middle School Library, 2801 SW Lucas Ave, Troutdale
- Tuesday, Jan 24, 7-8 PM
HB Lee Middle School Library, 1121 NE 172nd Ave
- Wednesday, Jan 25, 7-8 PM
Reynolds Middle School cafeteria, 1200 NE 201st Ave, Fairview (in Spanish)
MHCC "Restart your education. Restart your life!" Return to College informational: Nov 15, 2011 10AM-12PM
You can do this!
When: Tue, Nov 15, 2011 10AM-12PM
NOW is the time
Come and see just how easy it is. Worried about money? Financial Aid is available! Don't know what classes to take? Advising is free.
There are countless resources to make your college restart seamless. Come find out why you should restart - we will show you how. Learn the benefits of restarting and completing college.
Hosted by Rho Theta Honor Society
SUN Green House and Garden Party at H.B. Lee Middel School, Everyone's Invited: Sep 21, 2011 2PM-5:30PM
Bring your shovel and gloves!
When: Wed, Sep 21, 2011 2PM-5:30PM
Let's get dirty
Join us as we prepare the garden for fall. Bring your shovel and gloves and help us assemble our new greeehouse, raised bed kits, and do some basic garden maintenance such as pruning, weeding, watering --- and maybe even a bit of harvesting.
H.B. Lee Middle School’s SUN Community School is celebrating the addition of its new greenhouse by hosting an Autumn Greenhouse and Garden Event in the school garden September 21st.
Snacks will be provided, so grab your favorite shovel and come down!
Brian Martin, City of Gresham
Commissioner McKeel, MultCo District 4
Theresa Delaney-Davis, Board Chair
Come to the Neighborhood Meeting
When: Monday, Mar 28, 2011 7:00PM
Where: St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church
17405 NE Glisan St
Save the date!
Be sure to save Monday, Mar 28nd at 7:00 PM to attend the next Wilkes East Neighborhood meeting. Learn what's going-on in your neighborhood. Discuss issues important to our community. (See full story below for Agenda).
Join Your Neighbors. Get involved. Make a difference.
Who should attend?
This meeting is open to all residents and businesses in the Wilkes East Neighborhood!
District to cut $10M from proposed 2009-2010 budget with staff and program reductions
Public input: Mar 16th 6:30PM
When: Monday, March 16, 2009 6:30PM
Where: HB Lee Middle School Gymnasium
1121 NE 172nd Avenue, Gresham
The Reynolds School Board will hold the first of two sessions to receive public input regarding recommendations to reduce the 2009-2010 budget with proposed staffing and program cuts totaling $10 million.
“The Board invites parents, patrons and staff to fully participate in this process to shape the services received by the students within Reynolds School District,” officials said in a statement.
The Reynolds School Board plans to make a decision on expenditure reductions at the April 9, 2009, Regular Session meeting.
The new 700 student K-12 school will have twenty-eight classrooms, a student commons, administrative offices, auditorium, food services, plus covered and open outdoor play areas.
Rockwood Community Development Corporation, the project's developer, says the Corbett Charter School Association has agreed on a lease to create the new school, which will border E. Burnside and S.E. Stark Street along the MAX Blue Line.
The success of the nationally acclaimed Corbett Charter School, which shares school buildings inside the Corbett School District, has created a waiting list of new students (mostly from east Multnomah county) wanting to enroll in the highly successful program. High demand and lack of space is one of the reasons for building the new school.