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Bond Planning

Gresham-Barlow School Bond Planning
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School Announcements

"ONWARD TO EXCELLENCE!"


   Sam Barlow High School  
    5105 302nd Ave Gresham OR 97080
    Phone: (503) 258 - 4850 Fax: (503) 258 - 4840

   Gresham-Barlow School District
K103 Educator of the Week
K103 Educator of the Week
Our very own Ms. Rachel Wilcewski has been recognized as the K103 Educator of the Week. Ms. Wilcewski was nominated by two of her students for her dedication to providing a top quality experience in both her classes and speech program.  To see the full story, please visit K103. We are very proud of Rachel not just for receiving this well deserved recognition, but for consistently making a difference in the lives of her students.
Ethics Bowl
Ethics Bowl
Sam Barlow competed for the first time ever in the Ethics Bowl on Saturday, January 23rd. This is a speaking competition sponsored by the PSU Philosophy Department. Barlow was second out of 22 teams! Please congratulate Hunter Boelow, Matt Milward, Nathan Gehrke, Emma Green and Nicole Green. They spoke with eloquence and grace and represented Sam Barlow with excellence.  Their coach, Lindsey Green (nor Cochran), is a graduate of Barlow and did a fabulous job helping them prepare for the event.
Earning College Now Credits
Earning College Now Credits
Over the past two years we have worked to increase the number of Barlow courses that provide students that chance to also earn college credit. The College Now credit they earn is transcripted through Mount Hood Community College, with the hope that they will be used as transfer credits to Oregon public universities. It is our goal that the class of 2018 will be able to accrue enough of these credits to equate to a full year of college coursework by the time they graduate. To learn more about this program consult the included course list and program description. Also, feel free to contact your students counselor with questions regarding this great program.
College Now course list and program description.
ASPIRE Volunteers
ASPIRE Volunteers
ASPIRE is a program that connects community volunteers with students to both mentor and assist them in choosing post high school options as well as completing applications for college and scholarships. Our ASPIRE Program has been instrumental in helping students succeed after high school by showing them the various options available to them.  We are looking for more volunteers to become part of the ASPIRE Program and help in our College and Career Center. For more information, view this Video Clip. If you are interested, please contact Patty Neuenschwander in the College and Career Center at 503.258.4890.
Student of the Month
Student of the Month
As part of our student recognition program we send PRIDE Notes (a post card) home to students who have demonstrated Purpose, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence. Each month we then compile a list of students, by grade level, and generate a ballot for staff to vote both a male and female student to become a Student of the Month. In order to spotlight our best and brightest, students receive a certificate, their picture is hung in a main hall for the month, and they get a PRIDE T-shirt.  To see the list of students who have earned this honor, select Student of the Month.
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