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Awards and Recognition


Congratulations to our award-winning staff and students! Here is the latest:

 

HSD's science and robotics students continue their excellence at regional competitions. At the 33rd Annual Intel Northwest Science Expo, Liberty's Sarah Maazouz and Glencoe's Ashwin Datta, Shad Mont, and Donovan Mendoza received awards for their scientific research. Glencoe's Team Shockwave ranked tenth out of 160 teams at the Pacific Northwest District Championship, earning a spot in the FIRST Robotics Competition World Championship in St. Louis, Missouri, from April 27 to May 1.

 

Click here to view the full list of awards and recognition for the current school year.




 
The Latest News
Thoughtexchange Star Step Begins April 25

Thoughtexchange Star Step Begins April 25

Posted: Monday, April 25, 2016
Many thanks to everyone who shared their thoughts on our Career and College Pathways program in our most recent Thoughtexchange process. We are now ready to begin the Star step.
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Witch Hazel’s Math and Science Night

Witch Hazel’s Math and Science Night

Posted: Friday, April 22, 2016
Hundreds of parents and students attended Witch Hazel’s annual Math and Science Family Night on Thursday, April 21. 
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Updated Strategic Plan Documents

Updated Strategic Plan Documents

Posted: Friday, April 22, 2016
Many thanks to everyone who has provided feedback on our draft 2016-2021 Strategic Plan. We have incorporated several suggestions and have updated the documents on our website. 
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Administrative Professionals Day 4/27

Administrative Professionals Day 4/27

Posted: Friday, April 22, 2016
Wednesday, April 27, is Administrative Professionals Day. We offer our sincerest thanks to our administrative staff for their hard work each day!
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Join Oregon’s Deputy Superintendent for an ESSA Community Forum

Join Oregon’s Deputy Superintendent for an ESSA Community Forum

Posted: Friday, April 22, 2016

The Federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) replaces No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and gives states greater flexibility in how they keep schools accountable for ensuring students are achieving. Oregon’s Deputy Superintendent Salaam Noor will be hosting a series of community forums around the state to engage people in conversations around what that accountability system should look like. 


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Featured Student

Congratulations to Sarah Maazouz who is the first student from Oregon to qualify for The Hesburgh-Yusko Scholars Program and receive a $100K scholarship to Notre Dame!

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Featured Staff Member

Congratulations to Tammy Hill, fifth-grade teacher at Indian Hills Elementary who performed in band with students to encourage them to join too!

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Featured Video

Over 300 Hillsboro School District students descended on the Civic Center on Thursday, Oct. 22, to learn more about career opportunities in public service. Mayor Jerry Willey, pioneering female sportscaster Ann Schatz, and members of the City of Hillsboro provided an enlightening and entertaining day. Read the article by The Oregonian reporter Jim Ryan. Video courtesy of City of Hillsboro. Click here for more photos of the day.

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