Press release from Representative Greg Walden announcing this year's winner.
Come learn about this landmark public health study and how it has redefined what we know about human development, how we adapt to our environment, and how we can be resilient. Food and childcare are provided. Dinner at 5:30 pm, presentation at 6:00 pm. Click the news story to see more details and to register.
SOPTV Honors Exceptional Southern Oregon Students. Grants Pass High School student, Daniel Hagerty, has been spotlighted on SOPTV's first episode of "Student Showcase" for this school year. We are proud of Daniel and the hard work, grit, and determination that he has put in while here at GPHS.
STEM Manufacturing by Design is an innovative project that was selected to receive a Career and Technical Education Revitalization grant. The project includes a Mobile Class lab filled with equipment that will allow high school students and staff to work collaboratively with middle schools to engage middle school students in various STEM activities as they relate to high school pathways.
School and district report cards are now available. Each of our schools and the district have a report card with information including student demographics, performance on state assessments, student outcomes and educational programs. Like last year, schools did not receive an overall rating on their report card due to the state’s plans to redesign the report card in response to new flexibility under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Next year, ODE will release a redesigned report card aimed at sharing information that is meaningful and accessible to parents, families and the broader school community. To access our school and district report cards, please visit the “Quick Links – Oregon Report Card”
The Grants Pass School District is pleased to invite the Grants Pass community to a public presentation on Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs for short. This 90 minute presentation will cover what the study was, what we now know about the amazing ways we as humans adapt to our world, why ACES play a significant role in the quality of our health as adults, and most importantly, what we can do together to reduce adversity in our community and improve our overall health and quality of life.
To read more about the presentation or sign up to attend, click here.
These presentations are open to the public.