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Families may apply for free or reduced price school
meals anytime during the school year. You can pick
up a application form in the front office at
Wascher or go online to the district web site: www.msd.k12.or.us
for a application. For more information please call Wascher at
503-565-5400 or Debbie Vickers at 503-565-5648.
Our PTA (Parent Teacher Association) encourages all families to be a member of this important group. The PTA sponsors many worthwhile projects throughout the year, such as assemblies, field trips, jog a thon, and our spring carnival. In the past PTA has purchased playground equipment, a climbing wall, risers and recess equipment with funds raised. Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm in our community room to set goals and plan activities for the school year. Please come and get involved!!
Please review the emergency card in your child’s Tuesday folder, this is VERY important. Please be sure emergency and work numbers are correct so that we may contact you in case of an emergency. Make any corrections needed, sign and return to school as soon as possible.
All volunteers must complete a background check. You may pick the form up in our office. We encourage parents to come and visit their child’s classroom. Such attention gives your child the assurance that you feel his or her education is important. A note or call to the teacher prior to a visit is appreciated. All persons must stop at the office when entering the school. They must sign in and wear a visitor badge.
No non-enrolled students may attend school. We do not have the ability to supervise students who are not enrolled in our building. We ask that student visitors arrange to visit staff and tour the building during non-instructional times and when an adult can accompany them. Students who are planning to enroll may visit during school times by arrangement with the school principal.