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Robert Frost School Shines With Creativity

There’s been a lot going on at Robert Frost School over the past few months. After bringing home a state robotics trophy in programming, pulling off a successful musical production of Annie, and celebrating National Literacy Month, there still seems to be time for more creativity thanks to some extra inspiration from teachers and staff. […]

SFSD February Highlights

Welcome to the February 2015 issue of the SFSD eNewsletter!  In this issue you will find: Central Howell School has a Special Draw Pratum School is a Family Affair District-wide Full Day Kindergarten Starts this Fall

District-wide Full Day Kindergarten Starts this Fall

In September of this year, all SFSD Kindergarten classes will be full day thanks to funding from the Governor’s office. “Our teachers are super excited because this is going to be great for our kids,” said SFSD Curriculum Director Linda Myers. “We’ll have the time we need to help them develop socially as well as […]

Pratum School is a Family Affair

Pratum School is one of the smallest schools in the Silver Falls School District with only 80 students, many of them siblings. During recess, you see seventh and eighth graders helping third graders on the basketball court and eight graders having snacks with fourth graders. It’s something you don’t see as often these days in […]

Central Howell School has a Special Draw

There’s something peaceful about Central Howell School. From the veteran teachers and staff to the newest team members and students, everyone seems relaxed and comfortable. Many of the students are the children of former students and others have transferred from larger school districts to be part of the unique rural K-8 school experience. “Most of […]

Victor Point School Shines

Principal Jamie McCarty has worked in education for 18 years, but he says his current job is his most rewarding yet. As principal for both Victor Point and Silver Crest schools, he seems to have a full plate and a full heart. It doesn’t take long to understand that he is extremely proud of both […]

SHS Grad Stays Connected

Terris Kramer graduated from SHS last year but his positive, helpful attitude is still a welcome presence on campus. Kramer is an important part of the high school’s recycling program and a member of the SFSD Transition family. The District’s Transition Program is designed to support young adults (ages 18-21) with special needs transition successfully from […]

High School Programs Prepare Students for Careers

The Career and Technical Education (CTE) program at Silverton High School is helping students explore skills and career opportunities hands-on. From mechanics and construction to agricultural science, the Silver Foxes have access to state-of-the-art learning facilities. “I like this class because I get to learn how to weld and use all of these tool in […]

SHS Advisory Groups Play a Special Role

Nearly eight years ago, the team at Silverton High School made a change to the daily class schedule. The goal was to provide students with a place to fulfill new career-related Oregon graduation requirements. What came about was a 30-minute Advisory Group (AG) class four days each week between 3rd and 4th period.  Perhaps more […]

SFSD January Highlights

Welcome to the first SFSD eNewsletter of 2015!  In this issue you will find: Victor Point School Shines SHS Advisory Groups Play a Special Role High School Programs Prepare Students for Careers SHS Grad Stays Connected