Briefly in education
Mt. Hood Lions Club hosts 21st annual Reading is FUNdamental benefit dinner
At 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, Mt. Hood Lions Club will host its 21st annual benefit dinner for Welches Grade School at the Highway 26 Lions Club in Welches.
The proceeds will provide books and reading programs for Welches students.
Suggested donations for the steak and prawn dinner are $15 per person at the door, and $12 presale at Mountain Building Supply, Clackamas County Bank and Ace Hardware in Sandy.
The evening begins with a social hour, with dinner served at 7 p.m.
For more information, call Carol Norgard at 503-622-0801.
Sandy High plans parent-teacher conferences for Oct. 17
Sandy High School invites parents and students to parent-teacher conference noon-4 p.m. and 5-7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17.
Parents can pick up progress reports in the main lobby, and maps of school to locate teachers. No appointments are necessary.
For more information, call 503-668-8011.
• No school K-8, Wednesday, Oct. 12, parent-teacher conferences.
• No school K-12, Thursday, Oct. 13, parent-teacher conferences.
• No school K-12, Friday, Oct. 14 statewide in-service day.
• No school 9-12, Monday, Oct. 17 parent-teacher conferences.
• Kelso Elementary School's book fair continues noon-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, at 34651 S.E. Kelso Road, Boring. For more information, call 503-668-8020.
•Naas Elementary School will hold a 'Little Steps to School Success' event for parents and preschoolers (age 3-4) at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 12240 S.E. School Ave., Boring. Families will enjoy an evening of stories and literacy activities. Child care will be provided for siblings. For more information, call 503-668-4454.
• Firwood Elementary School will hold its own Little Steps to School Success event at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at 42900 S.E. Trubel Road, Sandy. For more information, call 503-668-8005.
Boring middle school student of the month
Boring Middle School
Cody Anderson is a kind, helpful and hard-working student at Boring Middle School who makes his teachers and fellow students smile. One characteristic, however, stands out about Cody: respect. When working in a group, he does more listening than talking, not only because he is courteous but also because he understands the value of hearing the opinions and feelings of others. No one in the group, no matter their abilities or background, leaves feeling less important around him.
Cody often is a leader among his peers. His desire to follow the rules set by others, coupled with his sense of humor, make Cody successful. His strong work ethic, honesty and respect for others will continue to serve him well.