Important School Information

Summer Office Hours are 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Telephone 503-256-6511 Please Call First

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    ATTN: 2017-2018 WEB LEADERS:
    There is a mandatory day of training on Thursday, August 31 from 9 am to 2 pm.
    Transportation is not provided
    Lunch will be provided
    For questions or to rsvp, please email Ms. Tomey:

    Keep your children reading this summer to prevent the “summer slide” which is learning and reading loss. The Multnomah County Library Summer Reading Program is a great way to keep them reading. They will have goals to reach, prizes to motivate them, and a regular exposure to the library where they are sure to find books that interest them. A Scholastic article says “an overwhelming 92% of kids say they are more likely to finish a book they picked out themselves”.

    More ideas to promote summer reading and the enjoyment of reading:
    1) Read with your child. It provides a shared experience which can improve your relationship too.
    2) Set goals for your child (or with your child) i.e. read 30 min. a day before any television or computer time.
    3) Let them see you reading on a regular basis.
    4) Listen to audio books as a family, either at home or while driving on a long road trip.
    5) Allow them to download approved audio books from the library on their phone or tablet.
    6) Take your child to Goodwill, garage sales, Barnes and Noble, or Powell’s Bookstore and let them choose some books for leisure summer reading. Having a book collection at home has a greater impact on kids’ reading frequency than does household income.

    One other summer request for our Floyd Light Library! Please clip and save your box tops for next school year. With a tight school budget, box tops and Scholastic Book Fairs may be the main way we will be able to purchase new books for the library. Thank you for joining us in keeping our library well supplied!

    Have a great summer with lots of reading adventures!

    Battle of the Books 2017


  • Multnomah County Library is holding a Summer Reading Program for students in Kindergarten through High School. Prizes will be available to all students once they have read and tracked their reading for 15 days. Prize options include coupons for swimming, laser tag, food, books and arcades. The grand prize is a vacation at Great Wolf Lodge. Pick up a game board from your Advisory teacher.
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    SUMMER CAMP!!!!:

    MS CTE Summer 2017 Camp Flier

    MS CTE Camp Application 2017

    2017 MS CTE Summer Camp Transportation-1


  • Schedules for fun and free summer events are available in the foyer on the table. Stop by the front office and pick up a schedule of summer movies, concerts in the park, swimming, lunches, games and sports events. We have the schedules printed in English, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Nepali and other languages.
  • SUN Summer Day Camp: The summer session will go from July 5th-July 27th. This year we will have the camp at Ron Russell Middle School (we alternate every summer) from 9am-1pm. A shuttle bus will leave FLMS right at 9am and will depart RRMS at 12:50pm to get here at 1pm. This summer’s weekly themes are: Movin’ & Groovin’ Week, Discovery Week, Food & Garden Week and Creative Design Week. We will also be taking a couple of field trips. This is a great time for our students to create new friendships and to participate in fun and educational activities. Everything is free! We can only take 40 students per school and spots will be filled on a first-come-first-serve basis but the deadline is June 2nd. Students will know if they got in by June 9th. If you have questions please see Ms. Mosqueda in the SUN Office
  • David Douglas Scots Volleyball Camp will be held August 1st for current 6th and 7th graders and August 2nd for current 8th graders. It will be held at DD High School North Gym. For more information, pick up a flyer from the Front Office magazine rack.
  • Attention next year’s 9th graders at David Douglas High School—DDHS is offering a physical education class this summer from June 22nd thru July 21st (monday thru friday) from 11:30am to 2:30pm. The class will consist of fun fitness games and activities. You will also earn a .5 PE credit. Contact Mr. Morast @(503) 261-8300 if you have any questions.”
  • David Douglas School District is holding a basketball camp for boys in grades 3 to 10 this summer. Pick up a registration/information form from the front office magazine rack. Space is limited, so register early.
  • Portland Metro Arts is enrolling students in spring classes and offering Summer Arts Camps. Pick up an informational flyer from the magazine rack in the front office.