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School Announcements
"ONWARD TO EXCELLENCE!"
PRIDE Ring with Bear Sam Barlow High School
5105 SE 302nd Ave Gresham, OR 97080
Phone: (503) 258-4850 Fax: (503) 258-4840
Gresham-Barlow School Districtááá
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Principal for a Day
We would like to welcome the President of Mount Hood Community College, Dr. Debra Derr, as our Principal for a Day. On Thursday, October 29th, Dr. Derr will have the chance to tour the school, visit classrooms, and spend some time with our students to see what daily life is like as the principal of a high school. This is an annual event designed to build ongoing community partnerships to enhance opportunities for local business and educational organizations.

School Report Cards
The Oregon Department of Education produces yearly report cards for schools and districts in this state.á These report cards provide parents an opportunity to see how their local schools and districts are performing.áThese report cards are available on the Gresham-Barlow School District Website, to access that information select School Report Cards. If you do not have access to the internet, please stop by your school office to pick up a copy. The report cards are available in English and Spanish.

Performing Arts
Each year Band and Choir students record music to send to Oregon Music Educators Association adjudicators in the hopes of being selected for an All-State Band or Choir group. Selection into one of these groups is a very prestigious placement and an honor as a young musician. This year, Sam Barlow High School qualified 15 students for Band ensemble groups and 3 students for choir groups.á To see the list of students, select OMEA State Qualifiers.

Supporting Your Student
High school can be a challenging time for students, especially for freshmen and sophomores. For freshmen, it is all about the transition. Moving from middle school to high school is a big academic and social jump for our newest Bruins. Please be sure to ask your student each night how school is going, ask to see their planner, and follow up by using ParentVue to help monitor grades and assignments. Sophomores struggle because their second year in high school is much more challenging academically, especially as they figure out how to balance that with their social life. Having consistent conversations at home about both academics and social situations is very helpful and lets your student know you really care and are willing to be involved. Students are ultimately successful because they know adults care, are involved, and are supportive of what they are doing in school.

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