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FLMS Middle School Calendar

Consent form for students 15 and older

Consent form for parents and guardians of students under 15

School Supply List

Bus Information

Food Resources – Free breakfast, lunch and dinner distributed every weekday to every child 18 and under; and free food pantries for families at 8 locations.

Health Care and Mental Health Resources – Information about our Student Health Center, available COVID-19 testing, dealing with stress and anxiety, and more.

Child Care – Resources to assist you in finding available child care in our area.

Learning Resources – See a collection of supplemental learning resources to give your student additional opportunities.

And More, including housing, financial and preventing the spread of COVID-19.

In addition, Multnomah County provides its own resource page for supporting your student learner during Comprehensive Distance Learning.

Opting Out of Oregon Summative Assessments

House Bill 2655 allows parents to opt-out of Smarted Balanced in English Language Arts and/or Math for any reason using a state developed Opt-Out Form. This rule for opt-out of state testing must be completed annually.

OAR 581-022-1910 allows parents/guardians to request that the district excuse their student from OAKS Science, ELPA21, Kindergarten Assessment, and Extended Assessments based on either a disability or a religious belief.

ELA/Math Opt-Out Official Form:

English | SpanishVietnamese | Chinese | Russian | Somali

OAKS Science/ELPA21 Opt-Opt Official Form:

English | Spanish | Vietnamese | Chinese | Russian | Somali

Annual Notification Parent Letter :

English | Spanish | Vietnamese  | ChineseRussian | Somali

30-Day ELA/Math Opt-Out Notice (grades 3-8 & 11)

English | Spanish |  Vietnamese | Chinese | Russian | Somali

Crisis Lines

Oregon Youth Line: 877-968-8461 or Text teen2teen 839863

Oregon Youth Line Website

Multnomah County Crisis Line: 503-988- 4888; 800-716- 9769

Clackamas County Crisis Line: 503-655- 8585

Sexual Assault Resource Line: 503-640- 5311

Running Away?

Harry’s Mother 24-Hour Youth and Family Hotline: 503-233- 8111 & 800-914- 9706

Homeless?

https://www.211info.org/

New Avenues for Youth: 503-224- 4339

Outside In: 503-535- 3800

Access Program – over 18: 503-432- 3986

Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Trans Youth:

Sexual Minority Youth Recreation Center (SMYRC): 503-872- 9664

Bridging Voices – Portland’s QSA Youth Chorus

Queer Rock Camp

Q Center

Need Help with Drugs and Alcohol?

Youthline: 1-800- 621-1646

Alanon/Alateen: 1-888- 425-2666

Alcoholics Anonymous: 503-223- 8569

Narcotics Anonymous: 503-727- 3733

Legal Trouble?

St. Andrew’s Legal Clinic: 503-281-1500

Legal Aid: 503-224-4086

Catholic Charities Legal: 503-542-2855

(Immigration Law)

Lutheran Community Services:

503-231-7480 (Immigration Law)

Important Consequences:

Minor in possession of alcohol or drugs:

-Possible fine

-Record on file with court system

-Suspension of driving privileges if under 16

-Community service

Community Organizations:

El Programa Hispano: 503-669- 8350

Self enhancement Inc: 503-249- 1721

IRCO Asian Family Center: 503-235- 9396

Native American Youth and Family Center 503-288-8177

Need Food, Clothing, Rent or Utilities Assistance, Other Resources?

Community Resource Line: 211

Portland Impact NW: 503-988- 6000

Metro Info and Referral: 503-222- 5555

SnoCap: 503-674- 8785

Self-Sufficiency Office (DHS): SE Powell & 39th: 971-673- 2550

Oregon Health Plan: 800-359- 9517

Trillium Family Services Resource Guide



FLMS Mask Policy

Dear Floyd Light Family,

We are looking forward to having students back in our school very soon!  The health and safety of our families, students and staff remain our highest priority.  


David Douglas School District has been working closely with our Local Public Health Authority and the Oregon Department of Education to ensure all schools meet the required health and safety guidelines to minimize the spread of COVID-19.  Additionally, our school is working to best prepare for the unique needs of our student population.  This includes students who may experience a disability or have increased health needs that require individual protocols for safety.  

Face coverings are required to be worn in all school settings by staff and students.  However, some students who have certain health conditions or a disability may not be able to wear a mask throughout their day. 

Every child experiencing disability must be provided a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)

  • Children who experience a disability are afforded additional protections under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (504) and under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
  • Some students cannot wear a face covering or face shield due to medical or other needs related to their disability.
  • These students must be provided appropriate accommodations to allow them to participate in their education to the fullest extent.

If you see a student who is not wearing a face covering at school, please know that we are working to maintain physical distancing and implement universal precautions for safety as outlined by our Local Public Health Authority.   We are committed to doing everything we can to ensure safety for everyone.  If you have additional questions, please contact me.  

Mr. Pease, Principal

Floyd Light Middle School

doug_pease@ddsd40.org

503-256-6511


  • Contact Information: If your address or phone number has changed, please contact the office, so we can change the info in our system.

  • Food Pantry: Floyd Light’s Food Pantry is every Monday from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Please drive through our Bus Lane and a box/bag will be available.

Poster: Reading Matters; a student who reads is more likely to score higher on standardized tests.