First Annual Foundation Gala
Save the date for the First Annual Foundation Gala. Hosted by the Lake Oswego Schools Foundation Board, this will be an evening of coming together to celebrate education in our community. This event will replace the luncheon held in previous years.
First Annual Foundation Gala, a celebration of education
March 7, 2020
6:30 - 10 p.m.
Ironlight, 525 3rd Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Reserve tickets here
Rotary SASEE Award Dinner set for Feb. 26
Join the Lake Oswego Rotary in honoring individuals in the education community who create positive change in the world.
Each year the Lake Oswego Rotary recognizes outstanding educators, support staff, students and citizen volunteers at its Service Above Self in Educational Excellence Awards Dinner.
The dinner is 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26 at Tualatin Country Club, 9145 SW Tualatin Rd., Tualatin. To purchase your ticket, go to www.rotarysasee.org.
Hunger Fighters seek donations
Hunger Fighters Oregon, a nonprofit food pantry, is asking for donations. They accept all non-expired donations but a list of most-needed items is below:
Canned peaches, pears and pineapple
Pasta sauce and tomato sauce
Peanut butter and jam
Toothpaste and floss
Toilet paper and paper towels
Donations can be dropped off at 2301 Hazel Road from 1-3 p.m. on Saturdays, when the food pantry is open.
For more information visit: hungerfightersoregon.org
Board appointed committees seek members
Lake Oswego School District asks that you consider serving on one of the district and board-appointed advisory committees. As part of its efforts to increase communication with the public and to provide for citizen involvement, the School Board appoints advisory committees to consider matters of district-wide importance. Committees meet monthly, September through May.
Committee members are appointed to serve two-year terms, except SSPAC which is a three-year term. For terms beginning in June 2020, please complete and submit the attached application to the chair of the committee by Friday, April 3. Applications will be reviewed, and recommendations sent to the Board for appointments on Monday, April 27. Applicants will be notified by the following week.
Below is a list of committees seeking members:
•Bond Accountability Committee (BAC)
•Diversity, Equity and Inclusive (DEI) Advisory Committee
•Long Range Facilities Planning (LRFP) Committee
•Student Services Parent Advisory Committee (SSPAC)
•Talented and Gifted Parent (TAG) Advisory Committee
•School Advisory Committee (SAC)
•District lead: School principal
Parent info night
All parents and guardians are welcome to attend the parent information night, "Deviced!"
Doreen Dodgen-Magee — Psy.D., author, speaker, and psychologist — will be providing parent education about the health of children in relation to technology. She has traveled the globe researching and speaking on how technology affects our brains and bodies, our relationships, and the development of our sense of self. She is the author of Deviced! Balancing Life and Technology in a Digital World, which was awarded the 2019 gold nautilus prize for psychology.
The event will be held Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 6 P.M. in the Lake Oswego High School Auditorium
Free of charge
First Annual LOSD Safety Symposium
All parents, guardians and community residents are invited to attend LOSD's first annual Safety Symposium which will give families critical information from professionals covering important safety measures in digital media, gun storage and e-cigarettes.
The event will be held Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2020 at 6 P.M. in the Lakeridge High School Auditorium
Foundation Accepting Board Applications
The Foundation is seeking parents/guardians, students and community residents to serve on its Board of Directors. Board members must demonstrate a commitment to the Foundation, LOSD and the Lake Oswego community.
The term for new board members will begin June 2020. Board members commit to a two-year term and may serve up to three terms. Please click HERE to download The application which provides more information about being a board member.
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