Know God, Seek Wisdom, Serve Others
COMPREHENSIVE DISTANCE LEARNING
WITH LIMITED IN-PERSON INSTRUTION
8:30am - 3:00pm Monday - Thursday
Friday 8:30am - 2:00pm
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the school office is open for essential business only. You CAN reach our school office by calling 503-363-9408 for more assistance or information. For financial concerns or questions, you can reach Mr. Starr by calling the school office or by email at:
SEE'S CANDY SHOP
Livingstone Adventist Academy is working with See’s Candy Shops, Inc. and has set up a website where you can order your favorite See’s Candies. When you order through the website “Livingstone See’s Candy Shop”, you will be supporting Livingstone Adventist Academy.
When you purchase through the “Livingstone See’s Candy Shop”:
Your favorite candy will be shipped directly to you from See’s Candy
Up to 50% of the proceeds go straight to the school
Online savings on products you already purchase, benefit our students
Year-round fund-raising opportunity for Christian Education
Yes!! Year-round! This is a year-round opportunity to help our school and our students
See’s Candy has become a tradition in the American culture. Charles See started the See’s Candy business in 1921 and for over 95 years has been part of our culture. Having successfully survived the 1929 Depression and 1942 rationing during World War II, See’s Candy grew from a single Candy Store to over 200 Candy Stores today and has a strong online.
See’s Candy makes over 24 million pounds of candy every year.
When Charles See started the company his mother Mary made the candy from scratch and their Peanut Brittle and Fudge is still made from her original recipe.
See’s Los Angeles Candy Kitchen played a starring role in the hilarious
I Love Lucy “Job Switching” episode.
Get started today in supporting Livingstone Adventist Academy and their students by ordering your See’s Candy favorites today at:
For more information contact Peggy Kroschel at email@example.com
LETTER FROM PRINCIPAL PERSONIUS NOVMEBER 18, 2020
Dear Livingstone Parents,
It can be confusing to try to stay on top of all the change, guidelines, recommendations, requirements and orders regarding Covid-19. As our families move towards Thanksgiving holiday, we want to share with you some information that may have an impact on your plans.
Recently, Governor of Oregon, Kate Brown issued a two-week freeze or order on activities starting Wednesday, Nov. 18 through Dec. 2. While this order is not intended to directly affect or change protocols for childcare, or K-12 schools, it does have an impact specifically for our after-school high school students involved in indoor conditioning and training sessions and for those families who may be planning non-essential travel out-of-state during the two-week freeze with their children.
The following guidelines are taken from Oregon Department of Education and Oregon Health Authority guidance regarding this current freeze:
During this two-week freeze (Nov. 18 – Dec. 2), people in Oregon are encouraged to stay home or in their region and avoid non-essential travel to other states or countries. Non-essential travel includes tourism and recreational travel. Essential travel includes: work and study, critical infrastructure support, economic services and supply chains, health and immediate medical care, safety and security. Anyone who returns to Oregon or enters the state because of non-essential travel is urged to quarantine for 14 days after arrival and to limit their interactions with people they live with.
Oregon State Athletics Association guidelines regarding this two-week freeze state: High School students or coaches involved in after school sports training/conditioning that travel out of Oregon State during the two-week freeze for recreational purposes or as part of an athletic traveling team must self-quarantine for 14 days upon return to Oregon or resuming sports training.
Oregon Department of Education guidelines state: “Everyone in Oregon is subject to the self-quarantine requirement. It is expected that all students, staff, and community members comply with these requirements. We have a duty of care to one another to do all we can to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Doing so will save lives.”
During this two-week freeze, schools have been directed to suspend all indoor K-12 conditioning or training sessions. Outdoor training/conditioning is still allowed provided health checks, masks, distancing and hygiene requirements remain in place. Limited in-person instruction is not affected by this order and will continue unchanged, along with offering comprehensive distance learning.
While Covid-19 continues to keep us busy with changes, I pray that you are able to celebrate Thanksgiving with your immediate family and that you are able to have a restful and happy Thanksgiving!
Principal, Livingstone Adventist Academy
Livingstone Adventist Academy - Inspires its students to know God, seek wisdom, and to serve others.