QPR suicide prevention training for parents
Parents and guardians of middle and high school students are invited to join counselor and QPR Trainer Marcy Watts for a suicide prevention training called QPR.
QPR consists of these three skills:
— Question a person about suicide
— Persuade someone to get help
— Refer someone to the appropriate resource.
Parents and guardians will have two opportunities to attend the training. Sessions take place March 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 6-7:30 p.m.
Registration for the class is limited to 60 people.
View this link to register
Reach out to your school counselor and/or social worker with questions on the topic.
Key dates for Spanish Immersion kindergarten
Lake Oswego families interested in signing up their kindergarteners for the Spanish Immersion Program should keep an eye out for the following important dates.
• Application available on the district website: Feb. 24
• Application deadline: 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 12
• Lottery date (if necessary): 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 17
• Lottery notification (if necessary): March 19
Should the district receive more applications than spaces available, a lottery will be held. Those wishing to participate in the lottery must submit their application to the district administration office no later than 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 12.
Younger siblings of students currently in kindergarten through fourth grade in the Spanish Immersion program have priority for enrollment only at the kindergarten level. Sibling priority does not apply to current siblings on the waitlist.
Visit the LOSD Spanish Immersion website for more details.
Service Above Self award nominees sought
The deadline for nominating someone for the Rotary Club of Lake Oswego's Service Above Self: Educational Excellence (SASEE) awards is March 1.
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 www.rotarysasee.org to nominate someone you know.
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