Central Point School District 6

Patrick Elementary School

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Contact Us

Address: 1500 Second Ave. Gold Hill, OR 97502
Phone: (541) 494-6840
Fax: (541) 855-7487
Email Contact Form

Office Hours

Monday – Friday: 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Inclement Weather Procedures

December 3rd, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

http://www.district6.org/do/2014/11/inclement-weather-procedures/

 

Inclement Weather Procedures

The Central Point School District makes student safety a priority. When inclement weather strikes, our First Student manager, Susan Williamson, and I are in nearly constant communication. She is out on the roads by 5:00 am to determine bus safety. I am also in communication with other valley superintendents to share information about road conditions and weather forecasts. Ultimately, we determine whether or not it is safe to transport students to and from our schools.

In some cases, schools remain open, but buses operate on “snow routes” ( click here to see snow routes). In other cases, conditions seem great in town, but poor enough in rural areas to warrant a delay or closure.

In the event that inclement weather strikes and schools are delayed or closed, this will be the communication protocol:

  • District 6 staff will be notified immediately via email.
  • The District 6 website and the D6 FaceBook page will be updated within 15 minutes of staff notification.
  • All local media (television and radio) will be notified.

First Student has already prepared for winter driving conditions by training all drivers in safe driving procedures for rain, snow, fog and icy road conditions.  They will also all attend a refresher course in chaining procedures by 12/5 and all higher elevation routes have buses with automatic drop chains.

Should you have questions or concerns about our inclement weather procedures, please contact me at samantha.steele@district6.org or by phone at 541.494.6201 (office) 541.840.5644 (cell).

December 2014 Newsletter

December 3rd, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

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November Newsletter

November 6th, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

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Halloween Guidelines for a happy day at Patrick.

October 27th, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

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Sped Community Fair night

October 21st, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

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Oct. Newsletter

September 30th, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

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Patrick Elementary School

September 11th, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

Crater Comet Summer Volleyball Camp

August 4th, 2014 by admin
August 11-14
5th-8th Grade: 9-11am
9th-12th Grade: 12-3pm

Registration Packet for the 2014-2015 School Year

August 4th, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

Feel free to download the file below to pre fill out before joining us for registration next week.   pdf file that you can download by clicking here…… Registration Packet 14-15

A short Note from Mr. Dippel

August 1st, 2014 by Kimbra LeCornu

Patrick elementary Parents and Students-

 

For the past three years I have had the privilege of being the
principal of both Patrick and Hanby. The job was created after severe
budget cuts. As the economy has improved, it was important to our
school district to once again bring principals to both
buildings. This summer I was chosen to be the principal of
Hanby Middle School.
 
As a part of moving to Hanby, I was excited to be passing on the great traditions and community of Patrick to Sara Hanberg this upcoming year. Sara has been the title one teacher for me the past three years and assisted with administrative duties. You will find her to be a wonderful and caring principal.
 
I would have preferred to say goodbye to everyone before school was out but the decision came this summer. I will be visiting the school often. I also will be inheriting Patrick students as they move to the middle school level.
I want to thank all of the teachers and students for their dedication
and to the families for all of their support. I have had a wonderful
three years.
 

Sincerely,

Scott Dippel