Our highly anticipated Spirit Week will kick off on May 31st this year. We encourage you to join in the fun, but keep it simple! We have done our best to arrange for days that are not terribly difficult to participate in – and we hope that all students show their Hallinan spirit on these days!
- Tuesday, May 31st– Pajama Day
- Easiest one by far! Wear your pjs. Remember appropriate shoes, and no blankets or stuffed animals please.
- Wednesday, June 1st – Adults Dress Like Kids/Kids Dress Like Adults
- Do your best to look like any staff member here at Hallinan! We will do our best to look like you!
- Thursday, June 2nd – Hallinan Day
- Wear your Hallinan Hawks shirt or just wear blue! We will be taking the whole school photo on this day!
- Friday, June 3rd – Sports Team Day
- You know Dr. Deboy isn’t having a Spirit Week without a chance to wear Blazer & Duck gear! Represent your favorite sport team – any sport, any team – or maybe even wear your own uniform from your club team! Please leave sports equipment at home!
Please let the front office know if you have any questions. Can’t wait!
Beginning Strings and Elementary Orchestra News
Enrollment is now open for the 2016-17 school year. Registration is being managed through Community Schools. You can find the registration on the Community Schools page or go directly to:
Beginning Strings https://www.onlineregistrationcenter.com/register/222/page1.asp?m=207&c=4676
Elementary Orchestra https://www.onlineregistrationcenter.com/register/222/page1.asp?m=207&c=4677
For more information about our string program, please visit:
If you didn’t attend the May 11 meeting, you can join us for the Beginning Strings Parent Orientation Meeting Friday, June 3, 8:00-8:45 am, Uplands library
District Music Coordinator
It’s time to kick-off planning for our fall fundraiser, Oktoberfest! Please join us at the Oktoberfest Information Night on Thursday, May 26th from 7-8pm – see our website for full details. Meet the committee and learn how our signature event makes a difference!
We need your help, and have volunteer jobs to fit any schedule. All current and incoming LJHS parents are welcome – questions and RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5/23.
Fundraising & Auction Chair
LJHS Parent Club
cell: 971 205 8075
Oktoberfest 2016 – Saturday, October 15 @ Marylhurst!
Sign up to Volunteer or Donate an Auction Item!
You can also check us out on our website andhttp://www.lakeridgejuniorhighparentclub.com/
Helping to keep Lake Oswego the #1 school district in the nation!
Traffic Alert–Laurel Street road closure planned to begin Monday, May 9, and remain closed to vehicles and pedestrians through the end of May, from Cornell to Bickner. Residents living within the closure zone, Cornell to Bickner, will continue to have access to their homes throughout the construction. Work is expected to begin at 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. with the road remaining closed overnight. Signs indicating detour route will be in place to assist drivers traveling through the area. Please allow extra time and expect noise and some delays.
If you have questions or concerns about this project please call the Construction Hotline, staffed during normal business hours at 503-635-0261 and we will return your call promptly.
We appreciate your patience as we work to complete this complex project in the neighborhood.
We have had a wonderful week filled with bouquets, sweet notes, massages, and food, food, food! Thank you to everyone who helped to make this Staff Appreciation Week special for us. At Hallinan, we love our students and families, and I am always impressed by my staff’s dedication to going the distance so that all kids are learning, growing, and experiencing success. We are thankful that you take the time to recognize us in such a special way!
We wanted to make you aware of our upcoming Community Bond Summit. The Summit will be held on Saturday, May 14th, 10am – 12pm at Lakeridge Junior High School.
This is an opportunity for you to view the Bond Development Committee’s recommendations for bond projects and give feedback to the committee.
Thank you for your continued interest in this important process. We value your input and participation as we work towards providing improved learning environments for our students that will sustain the tradition of educational excellence for which our schools are known.
If you have any questions regarding the Community Bond Summit, please contact the Project Management office at 503/534.2213.
Who wants ice cream?
We are having a Box Tops contest before the end of the school year.
Any class turning in at least 200 box tops by May 20th will get ice cream for the entire class. If no class reaches the 200 goal then the class with the highest total takes the prize.
Clip those box tops!