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District hosts parent workshop, Lake Grove interim principal, SASEE nominations

Lake Oswego School District to host mental health workshops

The district is introducing its series LOSD CARES: Connection and Resilience in Education, with the first workshop Wednesday, Jan. 27.

The district said mental health continues to be a top family concern. As a response, the district's wellness team — made up of school counselors, social workers and the district psychologist — is partnering with community mental health professionals to develop a workshop series to support parents and guardians on issues surrounding mental health.

Workshops will be held over Zoom and include discussions and question-and-answer opportunities.

The first workshop, Jan. 27 from 5 to 6 p.m., is titled "Resilience Panel" with Pediatric Associates of the Northwest.

Complete the interest survey here.

Contact your school counselor or social worker with any questions.

Lake Grove Elementary greets interim principal

Lakeridge Middle School Assistant Principal Jennie Knapp will transition into an interim role as principal at Lake Grove Elementary effective Feb. 1, 2021. The move comes after Lake Grove Principal Scott Schinderle went on to accept an interim role as the Lake Oswego School District's executive director of student services pending Patrick Tomblin's retirement.

Knapp has been the assistant principal at LMS since 2016. Prior to working in LOSD, Knapp held various roles in the Beaverton School District for 14 years.

The district's letter to the community said Knapp will miss the community at LMS but is excited to work with elementary schoolers.

SASEE nominations

The Rotary Club of Lake Oswego will present the annual Service Above Self: Educational Excellence (SASEE) awards early next year, which means nominations are now open.

The awards are given to students, educators and community members who stand out in their support and service of education in Lake Oswego schools.

Recipients receive "pay-it-forward" awards. Students and educators receive a $1,000 prize which they must donate to a charity, school or nonprofit of their choice. Community recipients receive a $3,000 scholarship in their name that will go to a graduating high school senior in Lake Oswego.

Visit rotarysasee.org to nominate someone you know.


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