Reynolds School District (Oregon)

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Reynolds School District
Type and location
Grades K-12
Established 1954
District information
Superintendent Dr. Joyce Henstrand (interim)[1]
Students and staff
Other information
Website http://www.reynolds.k12.or.us/

The Reynolds School District is a school district in the U.S. state of Oregon and serves the cities of Portland, Gresham, Fairview, Wood Village and Troutdale, with an enrollment of 10,700 students.[1]

Board[edit]

Includes 7 elected members who each serve for 4 years. Current Members:

  • Chase Klein (2013-14 Chair)
  • Robert Lee (2012-13 Vice-Chair)
  • Theresa Delaney-Davis
  • Bruce McCain
  • Dane Nickerson
  • Tamara Schaffner
  • Joe Teeny

The School Board members elect leaders at the July Business Meeting each year.

Demographics[edit]

In the 2009 school year, the district had 499 students classified as homeless by the Department of Education, or 4.4% of students in the district.[2]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Alder: Mascot - Eagles
  • Davis: Mascot- Dragon
  • Fairview: Mascot- Eagle
  • Four Corners: The building for this school was converted in 2005 from a racquetball club, it was made to accommodate up to 144 students with special educational needs. Students must spend a certain amount of time engaging in therapeutic sessions each week, as determined by their Individual Education Plan (IEP). Students are placed at Four Corner through the Student Services, Individualized Education Plan process. Students are not enrolled based on geographical boundaries.
  • Glenfair: Mascot- Grizzly Bear
  • Hartley: Mascot- Hornet
  • Margaret Scott: Mascot- Mustang
  • Salish Ponds: Mascot- Dragonfly
  • Sweetbriar: Mascot - Stingers
  • Troutdale: Mascot - Tiger
  • Wilkes: Mascot - Wildcats
  • Woodland: Mascot- Wolf

Middle schools[edit]

  • H.B. Lee: Mascot- Hawk
  • Reynolds Middle: Mascot- Lancer
  • Walt Morey: Walt Morey Middle School is Located in Troutdale. The school was named after Walt Morey who wrote a vast collection of books pertaining to the Pacific Northwest. Mascot- Mustang

High schools[edit]

  • Reynolds High School Mascot: Raiders
  • Reynolds Learning Academy West: an alternative to Reynolds High School, is focuses on smaller learning environments. The school offers Multnomah Youth Cooperative (MYC) and the Trades Program. MYC focuses on environmental restoration and science with a significant amount of learning time based in field work (e.g. watershed restoration and invasive species removal). The Trades is a BOLI and ODE approved pre-apprenticeship program that features field work (e.g. drywall, electrical, lineman, construction and sheet metal work).

Charter schools[edit]

ACE Academy: Students in Reynolds, Gresham-Barlow and Parkrose may take courses at this school that contribute towards earning a diploma from their home school. ACE provides advanced courses in architecture, construction and engineering. KNOVA Learning: features a longer class day and longer school year. MultiSensory Learning Academy (MLA): features a mutli-sensory approach to teaching. Reynolds Arthur Academy: features direct instruction and high achievement, as measured by Stanford Achievement Tests.

  • Center for Advanced Learning: Students in Reynolds, Centennial, Corbett and Gresham-Barlow school districts may take courses at this school that contribute credit towards earning a diploma from their home school. It provides advanced courses in information technology, medical/health sciences, and engineering/advanced manufacturing, some of which count for college credit as well.

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