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Online Registration has started!

Posted on: July 24, 2018

Online Registration has started for returning students!  A returning student is one of the following:

  1. Attended a school in the district during the 2017-18 school year through the end of the school year.
  2. Kindergarten student if the enrollment paperwork was submitted after Kindergarten Orientation and Enrollment in May.

If a student is new to the district for this school year, go to the Enrollment page for information on how to enroll your student.

If you have your PIV number (bright yellow flyer sent home with report cards in June) and an e-mail address you are ready to register your student.

Here is the link to register:
https://albany.registar.lblesd.k12.or.us/en-us/home.aspx

If you do not have the flyer with the PIV number, contact your student’s school after August 2 or attend a district computer lab.  PIV numbers will only be given to the legal parent/guardian at the district computer lab locations. State or government issued photo identification is required to receive this information.

See the Online Registration page for the parent information flyers and additional information.

If you need assistance, please come to a District Computer Lab.  Here are the dates and locations:

July 23-27       7 am to 7 pm          District Office                          718 SW 7th AVE
July 23-27       7 am to 7 pm          Welcome Center                     701 19th AVE SE
July 23            7 am to 1 pm           South Shore Elementary       910 Bain ST SE
July 24            7 am to 1 pm           South Albany High School    3705 Columbus ST SE
July 25            3 pm to 7 pm          West Albany High School      1130 Queen AVE SE
July 26            7 am to 1 pm           Timber Ridge School             373 Timber Ridge ST NE
July 27            7 am to 1 pm           Periwinkle Elementary          2196 21st AVE SE


La inscripción en el Internet está ahora abierta para los estudiantes que están regresando. Un estudiante que está regresando es uno de los siguientes:

  1.  Haber asistido a una escuela en el distrito durante el año escolar 2017-18 hasta el final del año.
  2.  Estudiante de Kínder, si la inscripción en papel fue presentada después de la orientación de Kínder e inscripción en el mes de mayo.

Si un estudiante es nuevo en el distrito para este año escolar, vaya a la página de inscripción para nuevos estudiantes para saber cómo inscribir a su estudiante.

Si usted tiene su número PIV (enviado a la casa junto con las boletas de calificaciones en junio) y una dirección de correo electrónico, entonces ya está listo para inscribir a su estudiante.

Aquí está el enlace para realizar la inscripción:
https://albany.registar.lblesd.k12.or.us/en-us/home.aspx

Si usted no tiene el volante con el número PIV, contacte a la escuela de su estudiante después del 2 de agosto o vaya a uno de los laboratorios de computadoras del distrito. Los números PIV se entregarán sólo a los padres/apoderado legal, en los lugares de los laboratorios de computadoras del distrito. Se requiere una identificación con foto expedida por el Estado o el gobierno, para recibir esta información.

Ver la página de  Inscripción en el Internet para encontrar volantes informativos para padres e información adicional.

Información de los Laboratorios de Computadoras del Distrito
Si usted necesita ayuda, por favor venga a uno de los Laboratorios de Computadoras del Distrito. Aquí están las fechas y los lugares:

23-27 de julio  7 am a 7 pm       Oficina del Distrito                  718 SW 7th AVE
23-27 de julio  7 am a 7 pm       Centro de Bienvenida             701 19th AVE SE
23 de julio       7 am a 1 pm        South Shore Elementary        910 Bain ST SE
24 de julio       7 am a 1 pm        South Albany High School     3705 Columbus ST SE
25 de julio       3 pm a 7 pm        West Albany High School      1130 Queen AVE SE
26 de julio       7 am a 1 pm        Timber Ridge School              373 Timber Ridge ST NE
27 de julio       7 am a 1 pm        Periwinkle Elementary           2196 21st AVE SE

Waverly teacher Melissa Straughan wins Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching

Posted on: June 29, 2018

Congratulations to Waverly Elementary School teacher Melissa Straughan, recipient of a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).

The award is one of the highest honors a teacher can receive. Straughan was nominated for the award by Diane Stone, a consultant for Teacher’s Development Group who helped with the implementation of Math Studio, a district math program. She is the math recipient and one of only two recipients from Oregon.

The following description is from the PAEMST website:

The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching is the highest recognition that a kindergarten through 12th grade mathematics or science (including computer science) teacher may receive for outstanding teaching in the United States. Up to 108 teachers are recognized each year.

Presidential Awardees receive a certificate signed by the President of the United States, a trip to Washington D.C. to attend a series of recognition events and professional development opportunities, and a $10,000 award from the National Science Foundation.

Straughan recently joined other K-6 teacher recipients from around the country at an awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. She credits the support of the district and the math curriculum adopted by the School Board.

“I wouldn’t be where I am today without Math Studio and all the support from Diane Stone and my principal, Anne Griffith. Thank you for opening these doors for our district and supporting such incredible work.”

Summer Work: Middle School Career Technical Education Projects

Posted on: June 27, 2018

The voter-approved bond plan includes projects to add career technical education classrooms to all middle schools and high schools.

Work has started at Calapooia Middle School and Timber Ridge School to convert existing classrooms into spaces that can be used for Career Technical Education, CTE, Programs.

This construction will be finished by fall. The spaces are designed to support a variety of career-based curriculum. A work group has been meeting to determine the district’s goals for career education and help shape a plan for secondary students. Workgroup participants include local manufacturing employers.

Read more about the CTE planning process and see the architectural drawings for each school.

Attention teachers: Apply for a fall APSF grant

Posted on: June 26, 2018

The annual Albany Public Schools Foundation grant application window is open. Teachers can apply for a classroom grant for the 2018-19 school year.

Applications are due on Oct. 15 and are available online at https://goo.gl/forms/vGGDEtEFcUVeKo2h1

Priority is given to requests in the areas of art, music, STEM, and health and wellness. Teachers who received a grant from the foundation during the previous year must submit an evaluation before being considered for a new grant.

Last year, the foundation awarded $37,683 in classroom grants for programs, projects and materials. Grants are funded by the three Albany Public School Foundation events: iSwim for Kids, iCelebrate Kids Benefit Gala and the iRun for Kids race.

For more information, visit the APSF website or contact Executive Director Aimee Addison, 541-979-2773 or aimee@albanypsf.org.

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