Gladstone School District

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Gladstone School District
United States
District information
TypePublic school district
MottoGrowing Great People
SuperintendentBob Stewart
Students and staff
Athletic conferenceTri-Valley
Other information

Gladstone School District is a four-school public school district serving Gladstone, Oregon, United States. The superintendent is Bob Stewart.


In the 2021-22 school year, the district served 1,778 students: 1% American Indian/Alaska Native; 1% Asian; 1% Black/African American; 16% Hispanic/Latino; 1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; 7% Multiracial; 72% White; 13% Students with Disabilities; 42% Economically Disadvantaged; 10% English Learners.[citation needed]


John Wetten Elementary

The district's schools are the Gladstone Center for Children and Families [kindergarten], John Wetten Elementary School [grades 1-5], Kraxberger Middle School [grades 6 to 8],and [[Gladstone High School [grades 9 to 12]. (Oregon)|Gladstone High School]].[1] The four schools have a total of 1,778 students.

Gladstone school bond[edit]

A school bond was passed for the Gladstone School District during the November 2006 general election. The estimated cost of the construction was $40,000,000.[2] The money was used to help all schools in the district, however, the majority of the money funded renovations and expansion of Gladstone High School.[2]


  1. ^ "Schools". Archived from the original on March 10, 2009. Retrieved January 24, 2009.
  2. ^ a b "Questions and Answers about the Gladstone School Bond" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on August 8, 2007. Retrieved January 24, 2009.

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