Connecting Classroom, Community, and a Sense of Place
4th-8th grade students spent a wonderful three days visiting sites in northern Oregon. We spent time at the Museum at Warm Springs, the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, Bonneville Dam, the Tualatin Wildlife Refuge, the Oregon Zoo, and the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Special thanks to 4/5 teacher Ms. Kari Blauser for all her hard work coordinating the trip!
June LATE STARTS:
Last day for students: June 9
Sage Community School will hold a Board Meeting Monday, June 13th at 6 PM, at the Gate House Lunch Room
43580 Highway 62, Chiloquin.
The public is welcome to attend.
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To teach and learn collaboratively as a community-based, K–8 school with project-based learning focused on the place we live. Providing a secure and positive environment,we are committed to high academic standards and integrated learning, incorporating local natural resources, Tribal culture, and agriculture with the core subject areas.
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