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School Health and Safety Metrics must be met for in-person instruction to resume
Wondering when in-person instruction will resume? The decision on when to resume in-person instruction is not up to the Gresham-Barlow School District or other school districts. We must follow mandates set forth by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE), the governor's office, and state and local health authorities. There is a set of school health and safety metrics that must be met before in-person instruction can resume. You can view the metrics on the District’s Schools Reopening Dashboard. Please know that the school district is diligently planning for the return of students to our buildings so that we are ready when metrics show it is safe to do so! Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in our region, online instruction will continue through at least mid-January. For more details, view our November 20 Update for Families.
Schools Reopening Dashboard

Reducing the spread of COVID-19


From the Oregon Health Authority: You can protect yourself and others by continuing to wear masks, practicing social distancing, and thoroughly washing your hands.
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Questions? Attend our Virtual Town Hall from the comfort of home!

Do you have questions about the school health metrics that will determine when students can return to school buildings? Are you wondering about the work underway to plan for the eventual return to in-person instruction? Sign up to attend one of our December 2 Virtual Town Hall for Families! Information will be presented in English and Spanish and registration is required.

Information on Virtual Town Hall
Free meals for students: Available at specific school sites and delivered to neighborhoods!
Families in the Gresham-Barlow school District with children up to age 18 are once again eligible to receive FREE breakfast, lunch and dinner for each child daily. Youth are able to participate in this meal service once per weekday at a bus delivery stop or curbside pickup site in their local area. We also hand out meals on Fridays to cover the weekend meals for the students.

The school district, in continued partnership with Sodexo Nutrition Services and First Student Bus Company, are committed to providing food for the youth of GBSD. On average, 5,000 meals are served per day.

The breakfast, lunch and dinner service is being provided under new, short-term waivers issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Curbside pickup meal sites operate at nine school sites: Gresham High, Clear Creek, Gordon Russell, East Gresham, North Gresham, Hall, Highland, Hollydale and Hogan Cedars from 11:30 am-1:00 pm Monday – Friday.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Grab-and-Go Meals: Sites and Distribution Routes
Have you signed up for conferences?
Conferences are next week on Monday (11/23) evening and Tuesday (11/24) all day. An email went out to sign up for students at all levels, K-12. If you have not scheduled your time slot yet, contact your school. Teachers are looking forward to connecting with your family to best support you and your student in comprehensive distance learning!
Attendance and Engagement: Key to your student’s success in school!
During eGBSD, our comprehensive distance learning program, it's important for students to be present and engaged. Teachers are taking daily attendance. See below for the various ways teachers are measuring attendance in the virtual classroom setting.
Having technical problems during comprehensive distance learning?
We are ready to help! Please contact your student’s teacher or call (503) 258-4733 for technical support from 8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday when school is in session.
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