Local students earn honors at OSU, district survey asks for learning space feedback and more

Local students make honor roll at OSU

        Congrats to Wilsonville graduates Sierra Bishop, Zoe Burhop, Danielle Cacdac, Brigh Dolan, Jeremy Duke, Jack Jensen, Nicole Laschober, Catherine Lindsay, Matthew Macovsky, Tristan McCabe, Morgan Miller, Jordan Ortega, Alexandra Saccente, Kara Traffas and Logan Traffas who earned a 4.0 grade point average over fall term at OSU.

Kylee Allen, Christine Caulk, Olivia Chase, Travis Coppinger, Daniel Goddard, Jonathon Goddard, Hanna L. Hartt, Abigail Hasler, Dominique Holman, Grant Kresge, Colton LaVelle, Bricker Like, SKooper Lust, Taylor Lust, Jaclyn Marston, Grace Miller, Alex Molisani, Brad Moya, Cayden Nelson, Curtis Olels, Amy Olyaei, Alan Pena, Keenan Puncocher, Luke Puppo, Ashyan Rahavi, Evan Richardson, Camille Rule, Joel Schmidt, Aubrey Sills, Sarah Skreen, Camilla Teigen, Michael Wagoner, Thomas Wallace, Derek Webb, Rylee Whited and Kyle Willett of Wilsonville earned a 3.5 or higher at OSU over the past semester.

High School learning space survey

Parents and community members can take a survey to give the WL-WV School District feedback on options for accommodating future enrollment growth at district high schools. The district took input from the parents, community members, board members and staff on the issue early at Planning Committee Meetings in December. The main points of those meetings are summarized in the survey. The link to the survey can be found on the WL-WV district website.

Joint quarterly safety meeting

Members of WL-WV school district met with local law enforcement, Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue and Clackamas County safety experts to discuss threat assessment, the procedure used when an incident or student behavior causes a safety concern at school. The district meets several times throughout the year with law enforcement and TVFR to stay up to date on safety matters.

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