“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” – Maya Angelou
It’s hard to believe that we have just finished week 5 of distance learning. Our staff continues to work hard to meet the evolving needs of students and families. While the circumstances for some families have remained stable, the realities of others continue to change. We are here to help and, as always, we value your support and feedback. As we approach the end of this school year, we are beginning the process of reimagining school in the fall. Although there is much still unknown moving forward, we are planning different options of how we will return to school. An important part of the process is hearing from our families. In the coming weeks, we will reach out for your input. We believe in the connectedness of our community and we are confident that, together, we will continue to provide exceptional learning experiences for our students.
Forecasting for next year
Thank you to all the families that have completed the forecasting form for next year. Here is the link if you have not completed this important part of planning for next year. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1HLDBPFaOMXUsMYe_VTePE15NWB5s5SY6QjHsco-Cvsw/edit
Cards and Magnets
Each year one art project that your child has made is photographed and available to purchase as note cards and/or magnets. They are a wonderful keepsake or gift.
This year we are hoping to identify which families are interested in purchasing cards and/or magnets to help streamline the project.
Magnets $3.00 each – Finished size 2-2.6” x 3.3-4.8”. (Depends on art ratio)
Cards $2.00 each – Card size 4.25” x 5.5” with envelope
Examples from previous years are included in the Google Form.
If you are interested please fill out the brief google form below so that we make sure we have your child’s artwork photographed.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
The Cards & Magnets Team
Student Belongings Pick Up
You may come and pick up your student’s belongings according to the schedule below. You can pick up all your student’s belongings from different grades during one pick up. If you have any library books or classroom books, please bring them at this time. Pull up in front of the school at the appropriate time for the grade level you are picking up for. Remain in your car. A staff member will come to your car and collect any books you have to return. At this time give the staff member the name of your student(s) and teacher(s) they will then collect those items and deliver them to your car.
|Tuesday, May 19th|
|First Grade 8:30-9:15|
|Third Grade 9:30-10:15|
|Wednesday, May 20th|
|Second Grade 8:30-9:15|
|Fourth Grade 9:30-10:15|
|Fifth Grade 10:30-11:15|
Student Transfer Request Window for 2020-21 school year is May 18 – 31
Corvallis resident student transfer requests may be made through an online process from May 18 – 31 for the 2020-21 school year. The online form will be available on the web starting May 18 at the following link: https://tinyurl.com/csd-2020-transfers. For families without computer and internet access, please call 541-766-4857 for assistance.
Families may choose one school for their transfer request. If the number of students seeking transfers exceeds the number of spaces available, an equitable lottery process will be used and school waiting lists created.
Parents of kindergartners requesting transfers are required to enroll at their neighborhood schools by May 31.
Elementary Schools: Mt. View, Franklin (grades K-5) and Jefferson are open for limited transfers. Garfield and Lincoln are open for sibling transfers at kindergarten and 1st grade if space is available. Adams, Hoover, and Wilson are closed to transfers except for siblings if space is available.
Middle Schools: Cheldelin and Franklin (grades 6-8) are open for transfers as space allows. Linus Pauling is closed to transfers except for siblings if space is available.
High Schools: Crescent Valley High is open for transfers as space allows. Corvallis High is closed to transfers except for siblings if space is available.
Questions about the transfer process may be directed to the Assistant Superintendent’s office at 541-766-4857.
We would like to thank all the parents and volunteers who put in countless hours supporting our school in so many ways.
APA-Adams Parent Association
OBOB-Oregon Battle of the Books
AIM-Adams in Motion
Scholastic Book Fair
and so many more things that parents and community volunteers do to support our school and help it run smoothly. If only we could be together to celebrate you properly….