30429 S Grays Hill Rd
Colton, OR 97017
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COLTON SCHOOL DISTRICT is an "OREGON MODEL SCHOOL"
I have the following information to share about water safety in our District.
The Colton School District received the results of the water which was retested for lead content back on September 6, 2016. As you know, Colton High School's lead content was non-detectable during the first series of testing completed this past summer, 2016.
The results of the retesting for the other sites are as follows:
Middle School - All drinking fountains in the main areas were tested as well as the food prep area in the kitchen. All areas tested were within the EPA acceptable level of .015 which equates to 15 part per billion. The water dispensers will be removed and sent to the Elementary school - middle school students can resume drinking school water.
Elementary School - All drinking fountains in the main areas were tested along with the gymnasium fountain. Three areas were found to have higher than acceptable lead levels. The readings at those fountains were .0262, .0223, and .0179.
District Office - The water fountain at this site registered .0272.
In an effort to bring the lead content in water to required limits, the district will replace all water fountains in the Elementary school and district office - even those that are in compliance because they are antiquated and would need to be replaced in the near future anyway. We will begin the replacement process very shortly. In the meantime, water dispensers at the Elementary school will be kept in place until all fountains have been replaced.
Colton School District
Superintendent Jay Kosik
Colton Elementary - 280
Measures of Academic Progress (MAP)
Teachers are receiving regular and on-going training in how to use the MAP system.
In ending, we are excited about this school year and the many opportunities it holds for our students and our community.
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Clackamas County has created a School Locator page. This web page allows you to enter in an address and identifies the school district. If you’re thinking of moving to the area and you want to be sure the property is in the Colton School District check out this web site by Clackamas County:
At the Colton School District office we often receive calls regarding our District boundaries. Working with Clackamas County Information Services GIS Division, the District had a District Map created. Each of our buildings have a poster size of this map to view as well as this pdf format which enables you to zoom in and out.
Disclaimer - While continuous efforts are made to ensure the accuracy of school district boundaries and school locations, it must be stressed that these are approximations and are for general information purposes only. to verify legal descriptions of boundaries or to determine school locations or attendance before relocating, please contact your local tax assessor's office or check with Colton School District Administration Office 503-824-3535.
WHERE IS COLTON?
The award winning Colton School District is located in the foothills of the Mt. Hood National Forest, approximately 45 miles from the centers of Salem and Portland in the foothills of the Cascades. It is a progressive school district consisting of grades K-12, in a K-5, 6-8, and 9-12 configuration with an enrollment of approximately 690 students. There has been a history of strong support of the school district by its patrons.
The area of Colton is located between Molalla and Estacada. The school district encompasses 189 square miles consisting mostly of public and private timberland. The district’s students come from areas that represent four different zip codes, five fire districts and four telephone exchanges (Beavercreek, Colton, Estacada and Molalla). Most students take school-provided transportation to and from school.
Colton School District is a proud member of Oregon StRUT
Students Recycling Used Technology (StRUT) is a program incorporated into schools where students take donated computers and computer components and upgrade them for the use in schools. Students involved in StRUT evaluate, repair and refurbish donated computers and in turn donate those computers to local schools. Students gain valuable skills and schools get free computers. More information can be found on their website: http://www.strut.org
Do you know of any children who have physical, mental or emotional problems who are not receiving an education? No matter what the problem, nor its severity; the child is entitled to an education. It's the law!
To comply with the Federal laws, Colton School District offers a number of special programs for handicapped children, many of which are incorporated into regular school programs.
Help us find children with handicaps who are not receiving an education. For more information call the district office at 824-3535.
¿Conoce Ud. a un niño que no esté recibiendo servicios educativos a causa de deshabilidad, sea esta física, mental o emocional? Según la ley, todo niño merece una educación, sin importar la severidad de las deshabilidades que tenga.
Ayúdenos a encontrar a niños con deshabilidades que no estén matriculados en la escuela. Para informes favor de llamar al 824-3535.
CIVIL RIGHTS NOTIFICATION
Colton School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, national origin, age, or disability in its programs, activities or employment. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Jay Kosik 503-824-3535.