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Calendar changes, new principals, spring break camps, scholarship opportunities and more

Last day of school now June 11

The last day of school for the WL-WV School District has been pushed back to June 11 because of weather closures in February.

In the event of another closure, the school calendar could be adjusted further. The last day for graduating seniors is now June 4.

Primary principals named

The WL-WV School District announced the names of the new principals at Bolton and Cedaroak Park primary schools. Current Meridian Creek Assistant Principal Edgar Solares Vega will be the principal at Bolton following the retirement of Holly Olmin-Ruback at the end of this year.

Meg Leonard, the current instructional coordinator at Stafford, will be the next principal at Cedaroak after Carolyn Miller retires at the end of this year.

CCC offers spring break camps

Clackamas Community College is offering one-day science camps for primary school students during spring break at its Environmental Learning Center.

Camps for first- and second-graders are March 26, 27, 28 and costs $60 per day. The third- through fifth-grade camp is March 27 and costs $65 per day.

Before and after care and scholarships are available. For more information or to request a scholarship application, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To register, visit http://bit.ly/ELCspringbreakcamp.

2019 Money Smart scholarship

Country Financial and Financial Beginnings Oregon are accepting entries from Portland-area high schoolers in the Money Smart essay contest for the chance to win a $3,000 scholarship.

Applicants must write a 300-word essay on income volatility. First place earns a $3,000 scholarship, and two runners-up will receive $1,000 scholarships. Deadline for entries is March 22. The application can be found at http://www.countryfinancial.com/moneysmartweek.

Student exchange program seeks host families

ASSE International Student Exchange Program is looking for families in the United States to host students from several countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa while they attend a high school in the United States.

The exchange students have each earned scholarships to study abroad in programs sponsored by the U.S. State Department.

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