• Return-to-School Planning Update, 1/20/21 - Yesterday, ODE and OHA released updates to the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance and advisory health metrics for returning to in-person learning, respectively. The biggest change was to the health metrics, which are now aligned to the Harvard Global Health Institute recommendations. Plans are currently in the works for mass vaccination clinics for K-12 educators and related staff, which is seen as a key step in the return to in-person learning. Read more here

    Actualización sobre el plan de regreso a la escuela, 20/ENE/2021El día de ayer, el Departamento de Educación de Oregón (ODE, por sus siglas en inglés) y la Autoridad de Salud de Oregón (OHA, por sus siglas en inglés) publicaron actualizaciones de las directrices de Ready Schools, Safe Learners (escuelas preparadas, estudiantes seguros) y las métricas de asesoramiento sobre la salud para regresar al aprendizaje en persona, respectivamente. El cambio más importante fue en las métricas de asesoramiento sobre la salud, que ahora se han alineado con las recomendaciones de Harvard Global Health Institute. Actualmente se están haciendo planes para clínicas de vacunación masiva para educadores y personal escolar relacionado para los grados K-12, lo que se considera un paso clave para el regreso al aprendizaje en persona. Obtenga más información aquí.

    2020-21 School Year  |  Año escolar 2020-2

    Comments (-1)

Together - Great Things Happen!

8300 SW Hillsboro Highway Hillsboro, OR 97123-9284 503.844.1735

Upcoming Events

View Calendar


Principal's Message

  • Dear Farmington View Families,


    The staff at Farmington View and I would like to welcome you to the historic school year of 2020-2021. Never before has our district started the school year teaching 20,000 students through online methods. These are uncertain times with many unknowns. One thing you can be certain of and find comfort in, is that the staff at FVES will work hard to engage our students in our CDL format. While we would much prefer to be teaching students in person, we will strive to make distance learning successful for each learner. We are committed to our own learning throughout this year, in order to improve delivery methods and overcome many of the challenges that distance learning inherently provides. 

    We will all be learning and adjusting to this new format. I encourage you to touch base frequently with people you know in the community that also have students navigating the CDL format. Using each other for support, tips or strategies to help our students perservere through online distance learning will be key. Keeping in frequent contact with your child's teacher will also provide support. I will also send out a Weekly Update with tips and information every Friday afternoon that you might find useful.  

    People often ask me when we think kids will be allowed to come back to school in some form this year. I do not know the answer to this question because it depends on decisions by our Governor's Office and the Oregon Healthy Authority. I am however grateful to live in a time where we have the technology and resources to still connect and learn together. Thank you in advanced for your efforts to help your child get the most out of this year. It will be a team effort for sure! 


    Go Bobcats, 


    Mr. Petrick 


District News

  • Crisis Help Available 24/7

  • Click here for the latest news for FVPAE (Farmington View Parents for Academic Excellence)!

    Comments (-1)