2695 SW 209TH AVE.
ALOHA, OREGON 97006
A school with a past
for children with a future
Phone: (503) 844-1570 Attendance Line: (503) 844-1573
FAX: (503) 591-5874
We at Reedville Elementary School,
in partnership with home and community,
are dedicated to academic excellence,
appreciation of diversity,
the development of responsibility,
and the cultivation of lifelong learning.
REEDVILLES SCHOOL YEAR
2012 - 2013
Reedville's Map is Back!
Thanks to the great Volunteers our map of the USA is back on the playground.
Kindergarten through 5th grade Talented and Gifted students are invited to join other gifted students from across the Hillsboro School District for fun and engaging enrichment activities.
Contact Darlene Geddes (email@example.com, 503-844-1900) with any questions.
Weather @ Reedville District Inclement wether info
has launched our Spanish & English
Dual Language program for students who
will be in Kinder and 1st grade in 2012-13
Click on Program Tab –
Dual Language for more information
Important New Volunteer Procedures
We welcome volunteers at Reedville!
Please go to our Volunteers section to read about
the current Volunteer procedures for the Hillsboro School District.
You can also download important documents from there.
New in 2011-2012 will be an online process still under development.
Watch for changes to this message and the district website when it's ready.
Flash Emergency Notification
The District uses an internet-based service for weather-related
school closure information and to relay important information to parents,
staff, and the public in the event of an emergency.
Parents and the public can sign up for Flash Alert to receive
emergency alert messages through email and/or cell phone texts.
You can access the link from the District website under District:
School Closures Emergency Notification.
The District website will be used to communicate information
regarding urgent and emergency situations,
including inclement weather and school closings.
Check the District website at www.hsd.k12.or.us for announcements
and updates in the cases of inclement weather.
Local Radio and TV stations will receive information
and updates from the Flash Alert system regarding school district
emergencies, delays and closures. Weather zone information:
In the event of alternate (snow routes) for District transportation,
information on the specific routes affected will be communicated
by specifying the “zones” - designated areas/neighborhoods affected.
The District weather zone map can be accessed through the
District website: school closures/emergency notification page.
When to keep your Children home sick.
In the school environment many communicable diseases are
easily transmitted from one student to another.
A healthy environment involves prevention, early recognition of illness,
symptoms, prompt diagnosis and treatment. Children who are not
feeling well have a difficult time concentrating and therefore do not benefit
from the instruction they receive during that time.
Please do not send an ill child to school.
We need your assistance in providing a safe
and healthy environment for your child.
Below are some guidelines to help you make the decision
whether or not to send your child to school.
The recommendations are based on the guidelines
provided by the Communicable Disease Division
of the Washington County Department of Health and Human
Services and The Oregon Department of Education.
Keep your child home if she/he has any of the following symptoms:
Fever: Greater that 100.5 F. May return when temperature is
normal for a minimum of 24 hours without using fever reducing medicine.
Fiebre: De mas de 100.5 F. Deberá regresar cuando
su temperatura sea normal por un mínimo de 24 horas
sin usar medicamentos para reducir la fiebre.
Vomit: more than twice in the preceding 24 hours, unless determined
to be from a non-communicable condition. May return when resolved.
Vómitos: Mas de dos veces en las 24 horas anteriores, a menos que se
determine que la condición no es una enfermedad contagiosa. Podrá regresar
cuando se haya resuelto.
Diarrhea: 3 or more watery or loose stool in 24 hours. May return when
resolved for 24 hours. Stiff neck or headache: with accompanying fever.
May return after resolution of symptoms or diagnosis made and clearance
given by medical provider.
Diarrea: si tiene 3 o mas episodios en 24 horas. Podrá regresar cuando
después de 24 horas de haberse resuelto. Tortícolis o Dolor de Cabeza si
viene acompañado de fiebre. Podrá regresar cuando los síntomas o el
diagnostico sean curados y/o el proveedor medico les diga que ya pueden
regresar a la escuela.
Stiff neck or headache: with accompanying fever. May return after
resolution of symptoms or diagnosis made and clearance given by medical provider.
Sarpullido: Al comienzo de cualquier sarpullido. Podrá regresar cuando
los síntomas o el diagnóstico sean curados y/o el proveedor médico
les diga que ya pueden regresar a la escuela.
Eye discharge: Any thick mucus or pus draining from eyes.
Jaundice: Yellowing of eyes or skin. May return after diagnosis from
physician and clearance given.
Ictericia (Jaundice): Piel u ojos se ponen amarillentos. Podrá regresar
cuando el diagnóstico sea curado y el proveedor médico les diga que
ya pueden regresar a la escuela.
Rash: Any new onset of rash. May return after rash resolves or diagnosis
is made and clearance given by medical provider.
Other: Symptoms or complaints that prevent the student from active
participation in usual school activities. If your child is diagnosed with
a communicable disease, please notify the school as soon as possible.
Some students have medical conditions and/or compromised immune
systems that can become life threatening when exposed to certain illnesses.
Otros: Síntomas o complicaciones que prevengan al estudiante de
una participación active de las actividades usual de classes