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  • Matt Rutledge - Regional Teacher of the Year

    Matt Rutledge - Regional Teacher of the Year!

    Matt will be one of 13 contestants for Oregon Teacher of the Year.  

     Please join us congratulating him.  

    NEWS RELEASE

    May 10, 2018

    Media Contact: Interim Communications Director Victoria Nguyen, victoria.nguyen@state.or.us

     

    Expanded Oregon Teacher of the Year Program Names 13 Regional Winners

    Oregon educators honored for leadership, excellence and community involvement

     

    (Salem, Ore.) – Today, the Oregon Department of Education, in partnership with the Oregon Lottery, announced the inaugural Oregon Regional Teachers of the Year. Annually all 50 states, U.S. territories and the Department of Defense Education Activity name a teacher of the year. For the 2018-19 school year, Oregon’s program has expanded to celebrate exemplary educators in every region.

     

    “It’s inspiring to see the great work of Oregon teachers every day,” Deputy Superintendent Colt Gill said. “I’m pleased we are able to expand this program to recognize dedicated educators across the state, and to raise awareness of best practices. These teachers, their schools and districts should be very proud of the innovation and collaboration that helps deliver students a well-rounded education.”

     

    Each Regional Teacher of the Year will receive a $500 award from the Oregon Lottery, and is automatically considered for 2019 Oregon Teacher of the Year which will be announced in September.  

     

    Oregon educators were identified through a regional application and selection process facilitated by local Education Service Districts. Applicants submitted testimonials and letters of support from principals, superintendents and colleagues for consideration, and were assessed on leadership, instructional expertise, community involvement, understanding of educational issues, professional development and vision by a diverse panel of regional representatives.

     

    2019 Oregon Regional Teachers of the Year:

     

    • Naheed Brown, Mary Woodward Elementary, Tigard Tualatin School District – Northwest Region
    • Greg Bryant, North Medford High School, Medford School District – Southern Region
    • Marcy Doyle, Yaquina View Elementary School, Lincoln County School District  – Mid Coast/South Valley Region
    • Michele Engle, Monument School, Monument School District  – Eastern Region
    • Rhonda Erstrom, Vale Elementary School, Vale School District  – Southeast Region
    • Robert Fairchild, Weston-McEwan High School , Athena-Weston School District  –  Northeast Region
    • Arlee Hall, Coquille Valley Elementary School, Coquille Valley School District  – South Coast Region
    • Todd Jones, West Linn High School, West Linn-Wilsonville School District – Metro Region
    • Amy Korst, Willamina High School, Willamina School District  – Mid-Valley Region
    • Keri Pilgrim Ricker, Churchill High School, Eugene School District – South Valley Region
    • Tina Roberts, New Teacher Mentor for Gresham Barlow School District – Metro Region
    • Matt Rutledge, Mosier Community School, North Wasco County School District – North Central Region
    • Rosemary Tyson, Obsidian Middle School, Redmond School District – Central Region

     

    Additional information on the program can be found on the Oregon Teacher of the Year website.


     

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  • Made-for-Mosier

    Mosier Community School's biggest fundraiser is coming up on Saturday, June 2nd. This will be our 10th annual Made for Mosier auction, where we raise critical funds for our extracurricular activities, field trips, and after-school clubs. The event includes a silent and live auction, raffle prizes, games, and live bluegrass music. Tickets are $35/person, which includes dinner and 1 drink. Get your tickets at the school office or online at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3399089

     
    Also, if you have something great you would like to donate to the auction, please get in touch with Luciana Carosella or Krista Moody right away about your item. Email them at sosaluciana@hotmail.com or moodykrista@live.com

    We are also seeking more volunteers to help us set up and throw a great event. Shifts are 1-3 hours long from morning set-up to late night clean-up. All hands on deck for our great school. Check out the volunteer options at this website: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094ea8a822a4f49-made

    More information about Made for Mosier can be found at: http://www.madeformosier.com/
     

     

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  • Clubs

    Third Trimester Clubs

    Monday

    Spring Show Choir – Grades 4-8

    Garden and Nature Explorers Club - Grades K-8

    Run Around Club - Grades K-4 (Starting the week of 4/2) Ends on 5/14

    Spring Art Club - Grades K-2 (Starting the week of 4/2) 

     

    Tuesday

    Spring Show Drama Club – Grades 1-8

    ELD Homework Club – Grades 2-5

    Girls Empowerment Club - Grades 5-8

     

    Wednesday

    Spring Show Costume Club - Grades 4-8

     

    Thursday

    Spring Show Drama Club – Grades 1-8

    Spring Art Club - Grades 4-8 (Starting the week of 4/2)

     

    Friday

    4H Coding Club

    Spring Art Club - Grades 3-5 (Starting the week of 4/2)


     

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     MCS Strategic Plan 2017 - 2021


     

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    In Partnership with and for the Benefit of Our Mosier Community

     
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