Boeckman Creek Elementary School

by West Linn-Wilsonville School Disctrict

Boeckman Creek Primary School looked different when it opened in September, 2012 than it has in the recent past years. With the opening of a new school on the other side of Wilsonville, students that were overcrowded into Boeckman Creek classes had the opportunity to spread out between these two primary schools.  So school started with less students, but as of this writing they have 560 happy, learning primary students -each one eager to observe and to learn from the talented staff that instructs them daily.

Wilsonville continues to grow, and so will our schools. Your help is very much appreciated as we move forward with rigorous instructional offerings amid a still-slow economy. State funding will be less than what the State says is required to meet their "Quality Educational Model."  Your donation today will hep to make available more classroom supplies to keep our kids learning at their maximum potential. Please help us keep up with our kids needs by donating today.

Your help is very much appreciated.   Thank-you!   -The Staff at Boeckman Creek Primary School

Boeckman Creek Primary School's district is growing! So why are there less students at school this September? As the district opened two new primary schools to deal with the growth as foreseen by the Long Range Planning Committee, the opening of those schools required teachers and students to move into the new schools to populate them as planned. What is staying behind is a smaller group with fewer teachers -but with much eagerness and energy and the same budding desire from the students to learn all they can. The staff is doing their part, but the budget for books and supplies is smaller this year.

Your donations will be very much appreciated to help enrich the materials and supplies used in each of the classrooms at Boeckman Creek Primary School. Teacher's supply budgets have been trimmed yet again, and it will be hard to carry on the educational experience at the same level that it was just a few years ago.  But our teachers are doing all that they can to make it work.

Thank-you in advance for helping with your generous donations!

Winter cold settles in and storms and snow come and go. However, through this all there are many things that remain constant. Many needs that are continuing to be addressed daily. Learning at Boeckman Creek continues on a steady, day-to-day basis. Learning that builds today on what was presented yesterday. Learning that teaches our kids to project and plan for tomorrow with skills they practiced today. The process never stops! That is the beauty of education -where our teachers really care about each subject and detail and fact that they can pass on to each of the students at Boeckman Creek Primary School.

Your donations help to support  the purchase of classroom supplies. These supplies are vital to the learning process in each classroom. As budgets remain tight, and as the future funding continues to look bleak, your donations can help to improve the quality of instruction happening in each classroom at Boeckman Creek every day!

Thank-you for taking the time to care, and for making your tax-deductible gift today! Our kids' futures will forever be benefited by your actions!

With many happy faces of children coming to school daily, our 2011-12 school year is off to a great start! Our kids are always energetic and eager to learn. Our teachers are there for them every day doing the best to make each day a significant experience for each child.  From spelling, to arithmetic to science and geography, fresh ideas are presented daily - only to be quickly absorbed by the many young minds sitting in each classroom.

It is true that we are doing more with less this year. If you can help support our classrooms, please do. Your help will go directly into increasing the amount of supplies the teachers will have available in their classrooms this year. The budgeted reductions are difficult to work with, but our teachers are doing their best to make the year as meaningful as possible for our kids. It is not too late to help!

Please continue to support Boeckman School as we accumulate donations to help fund education in this school year.

The 2010-11 School year is behind us and a new year is rolling forward with great speed! Kids are eagerly absorbing what is put in front of them daily by their teachers. They are learning to read, learning to think, and learning to ask questions to help grow in Math, Science, Geography, Spelling, English, PE, and other areas.

Your donations  will be used to keep adequate supplies in front of our learning students in the coming year. Also, these funds will go to help keep staffing at favorable levels so that learning can happen at peak efficiency levels. The 2011/12 school year continues to be a difficult year for funding due to the current economic crisis.

Please continue to support Boeckman School as we accumulate donations to help us fund education in this coming school year.


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West Linn-Wilsonville School Disctrict

Location: Tualatin, OR - USA
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Project Leader:
Doug Middlestetter
Tualatin, OR United States

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