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Summer office hours:
9am - 2pm Monday - Thursday (closed Friday's)
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the school office is closed to all non-employees until further notice. Our teachers are here for you, so feel free to contact them individually by phone or email. You may also call the school office at 503-363-9408 for more assistance. The mail is being delivered daily, so you can mail your tuition payments to the school. If you have any financial concerns or questions, contact Mr. Starr at 541-660-4327 or email at email@example.com. or Mrs. Kroschel at 503-580-5488 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8th Grade Graduation 2020 - - FUTURE CLASS OF 2024
ALUMN I INFO WANTED
Looking for our Alumni! We are in the process of putting a database together for anyone who has attended or worked at either Livingstone Adventist Academy or Livingstone Junior Academy. We need your full name (maiden and married), address, email, phone number and years you attended. Also, anyone else you can remember from the years you attended and where they may be.
LETTER FROM PRINCIPAL PERSONIUS JUNE 30, 2020
Dear Livingstone Families,
I hope you all are staying healthy and having opportunity for some summer fun with your family. I’m guessing that some of you may be wondering what next school year will look like at Livingstone. Fairly recently, Oregon Department of Education along with Oregon Health Authority published a Ready Schools, Safe Learners Guidance for the 2020-21 school year. Click here for link
In this guidance, three options were given to Oregon schools for next school year. 1. On-site learning (closest to traditional school learning). 2. Hybrid learning (a combination of virtual and on-site learning) and 3. Virtual learning (we all are familiar with what this one looks like). If schools choose to pursue on-site or hybrid learning models, they must devise and implement a comprehensive plan called an Operational Blueprint for Reentry and have their local school board and Marion County Public Health Department review this plan and then submit it to Oregon department of Education.
The good news is that Livingstone is well poised to offer on-site learning because of the smaller than average number of students in each of our classrooms along with physically large classrooms that allow our students the ability to spread out and meet minimum requirements of square footage per student. In following these guidelines, every step of the school day will be rethought in order to do our best that students remain healthy and safe.
Changes that parents can anticipate will occur for the coming school year will be things such as: •Temperature and general health screenings for every individual entering the school building.
•Social distancing throughout the day.
•Students bringing their own water bottles to drink out of.
•Students remaining with their assigned class or grade level group whenever possible.
•Reduced transitions within the building.
•Frequent cleaning and disinfecting throughout the day.
•Required handwashing before/after lunch and before/after each recess.
•Essential visitors only
• All visitors will be required to wear face covering.
Many other details/requirements will be worked out in the coming weeks but suffice it to say that Livingstone will be planning to provide on-site learning for your children this fall and will follow guidelines set out for Oregon schools in order to keep your children healthy and learning in as close to traditional schooling as humanly possible. We hope you have a wonderful summer and look forward to seeing your children back on campus this fall.
Principal of Livingstone Adventist Academy