Dear Guests,
Due to the Governor’s most recent realignment of county risk levels, we have elected to close to the public May 3-7, 2021.

The safety of our staff and students is at the forefront of all of our decisions. This pause will allow us the time necessary to collectively meet with our school teams and reconfirm our intensive safety protocols

We apologize for any inconvenience this temporary closure may cause, and look forward to getting you scheduled for an appointment as soon as we can.

Thank you so much for your understanding.

Happy Holidays

Wishing you a safe and wonderful holiday week.

We sincerely want each of you to please enjoy this glorious break. Although we will not be celebrating with large gatherings of family and friends, we can still be grateful for all the blessings that surround us each day. Furthermore, making some small sacrifices now will get us to where we all want to be that much faster > 2021 pandemic free!  

We are asking that all of you be extremely mindful of your activities during the holidays. What you do over the next 9 days really does matter. There are small businesses in our communities that are closed and might not be able to re-open. There are hundreds of thousands of children that are not getting an in-person educational experience, nor play in sports programs that they so desperately need to remain healthy (both physically and mentally). Loved ones are becoming very ill, even dying. People are suffering in more ways than we can imagine. We must all do our part to lower the spread of covid-19. 

As you know, almost all of this is preventable if we each sacrifice a short-term desire for a long-term gain. Everyone is having to give up something, big things.  


  • Do not travel, especially out of state.
  • Do not gather with those outside your household indoors
  • Do not gather in large groups
  • Please stay 6 feet apart from others > 15 minutes
  • Wear your Mask
  • Wash your hands

Having our schools open for in-person education is a privilege.  We want to keep it that way. 


It's been an incredibly difficult year for so many people. We want you to know that help is out there if you or your family is struggling with basic needs.

Oregon DHS Info: You can get help during the holiday break!   If you need food, see the flyer at the bottom of this email or click the link below:


Another Resource is Oregon Food Bank in Conjunction with Feed America: At the link below, you can type in your zip code and it lets you know all of the food banks (drive thru’s) days and times in your surrounding area.  https://foodfinder.oregonfoodbank.org/ 

Several of these food banks are having food drives this weekend, please support them if you have the means to drive by and drop of food. 💗

In addition, you can always call 211:  211info connects people with health and social service organizations. At our heart is the core Community Information Center, supported by the Resource Database team. They’ve expanded to include enhanced information & referral and assistance programs that target specific services. https://www.211info.org/

  • Contact Center
  • Child Care and Parenting
  • Utility Assistance
  • Emergency Management
  • Food
  • Health
  • Housing & Shelter
  • Resource Department
Need Food? Click to open this resource pdf

-Image from Brene Brown



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