The 12th Candalaria Auction is Coming
Your donations are needed to make this auction a success! We have several themes selected for baskets at the auction and some of these are:
All donations are welcome! Even if it doesn't fit a theme, we would love to have your NEW items for the auction. If you have a business or manage one, we would also love a donation to our auction. All donations are tax-deductible. Questions about donating? Please contact Karen Kinnett @ 503-399-0838.
AUCTION TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR $15.00 EACH!
The Auction will be a fun evening with great food, games, and time to visit with Candalaria families. There will be lost of cool things from all price ranges for the Auction. The Silent Auction will have deals starting at just $5.00. All for a great cause! Proceeds benefit the entire school (classroom technology, books, supplies, field trips, cultural presentations and more).
Tickets are available after school out front, on-line, or anytime from Cathie in the office from 8 am to 4:30 pm. The deadline for purchasing tickets from the office is March 23rd, the deadline for purchasing on-line (at: www.candalariapta.org) is March 31st.
Don't forget to bid on our awesome pre-auction for Blazer Tickets!
The bidding deadline is 5 pm on March 24th!
If you have a child that will be five years old on or before September 10, 2017, then you are encouraged to get your child registered for kindergarten.
You may register your child at your neighborhood school anytime during regular school hours of 8 am to 4:30 p.m. after February 21st.
If you are not sure which school is in your neighborhood area, you can find out by checking the District’s website at:
In order to register a child for kindergarten, parents must provide their child’s birth certificate as proof of age, an updated record of their child’s immunizations and proof of address.
For more information, please call us at #503-399-3136.
2016-17 ANNUAL STATE TESTING NOTICE
Each year, students in grades three through eight and grade 11 take state tests in English language arts and math. Students in grades five, eight and in high school also take a state science test. The tests measure students' knowledge of state standards and give the state information about how schools are performing. Information from the Oregon Department of Education regarding parents' right to opt students out of some state testing is available online.
Click on the following link for more information: http://www.skgradguide.com/sites/default/files/opt-out-annual_2016-17.pdf