Congratulations to the candidates elected to the Molalla River School District board this May. Thank you to all the people who put their trust in me. I'm grateful to be re-elected, and look forward to a new 4-year term working to improve policy, spending and educational outcomes for students.
More than anything, I welcome input, and urge all interested community members to contact me to share ideas.
Results are in for the communities of the Molalla River School District. For the first time in decades, citizens have created a new local government in Clackamas County, apparently voting by a wide margin in favor of the Molalla Aquatic District to run Molalla’s only public pool.
As if it weren’t enough that we’re still being bombarded with 2016 election news, a 2017 election is fast approaching: the biannual election for seats in special districts around the Molalla area.
The deadline was March 16, 2017, to file for these positions on school boards, fire boards and other special bodies. The election date is May 16, 2017.
A recommendation for a new Molalla High School emblem will head to the school board soon as a result of a district committee's review last week of voting by the public and students.
The end of the 2016-17 school year will be extended only two days while still recouping more than six days lost to snow and weather delays this winter in the Molalla River School District.