Central Point School District 6

Sams Valley Elementary

sve

Contact Us

Address: 14235 Table Rock Rd.
Central Point, OR 97502
Phone: (541) 494-6870
Backup Phone: (541) 826-2456
Fax: (541) 826-2469
Email Contact Form

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM

 

Teacher of the Week~ Mrs. McKinnis

February 7th, 2014 by christine.beck@district6.org

Our very own Mrs. McKinnis was recognized as the KOOL 103.5 and Rogue Federal Credit Union Teacher of the Week on February 6, 2014.  We are so excited and proud of Mrs. McKinnis.  This is her first year at Sam’s Valley Elementary and we are happy to have her as part of the SVE family.  One of her students and parent nominated her for this award through the Rogue Federal Credit Union website.

 

Nancy McKinnis

 

 

 

Tree Planting with Mr. Jenkins and Ms. Ziemann

February 7th, 2014 by Angela Lewis

4th and 5th graders from Mr. Jenkins and Ms. Ziemann’s classes went on a field trip to participate in the Josephine County Tree Plant.  Check out the KOBI Channel 5 newscast featuring one of our students!

http://www.kobi5.com/news/local-news/item/a-legacy-of-learning.html#.UvRLdqOYbVI

District 6 schools in session on March 19th and 20th

February 7th, 2014 by Angela Lewis

The board approved a revised district calendar (the “13-14 calendar” link has been updated on our website) to restore part of the instructional time lost due to inclement weather in December.  March 19th and 20th (previously scheduled for Parent/Teacher Conferences) will be regular instructional days for students.  Schools will not be in session on Friday, March 21st–that day is set aside as compensatory time for teachers to conduct “vital” parent conferences between March 10th and April 15th.  The district recognizes both the importance of restoring instructional time and providing some time for Parent/Teacher conferences.  Although teachers will not be able to meet with every parent, parents are always welcome to contact teachers or the principal about their student’s progress.   Also, note that June 10th and/or June 11th have been set aside as “contingency” student contact days should the district be subject to additional closure dates because of weather or other emergency conditions.   Should you have questions or concerns about the revision calendar, please contact your principal or Samantha Steele at samantha.steele@district6.org.

Sam’s Valley Community Organization Chili Feed

December 12th, 2013 by christine.beck@district6.org

The Sam’s Valley Community Organization Chili Feed and Warming Hands Event has been postponed to Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 5:30pm.

We look forward to everyone joining us for an evening of Chili, a movie showing of “Olive, the Other Reindeer,” and cookie decorating.  Reminder…we are accepting donations for gloves and socks for our warming hands, warming hearts projectJ  

Snow Routes for Sam’s Valley Elementary

December 10th, 2013 by christine.beck@district6.org

RT. 30 (Duck Bus) JOHN DAY DRIVE – Meet at the bottom
Times: SVE 6:16-6:30 CHS&HMS 7:27-7:35
HOLCOMB SPRINGS – Meet at Pelton Ln
Times – SVE 6:40-6:47 CHS & HMS 7:42 -7:50
ROCK CRK/CROSSWAY RD, – Meet at Bottom
Times – SVE 6:55-7:00, CHS & HMS 8:00-8:05
DUGGAN RD – Meet at Valley Vista Rd Times – SVE 7:06-7:13, CHS & HMS 8:07-8:14

RT. 31 (Fish Bus) RAMSEY CANYON ROAD – Meet Meadows & Beagle Rd
Times: SVE 7:10-7:15, CHS & HMS, 8:08-8:12

RT. 33 (Spider Bus) EAST EVANS CREEK & ANTIOCH ABOVE BEAGLE RD,.
– Meet at Antioch Rd and Beagle Rd
Times: SVE 6:50-7:05 CHS & HMS 7:50-8:05

RT. 34 (Lion Bus) JONES ROAD FROM AIRPORT TO SHILOH, -
Meet at Shiloh and Jones Rd
Times: SVE 6:50-7:00 CHS & HMS 7:45-8:00

RTS 35 – 39 (Lamb, Panda, Dinosaur, Penguin, Basketball) NO SNOW ROUTES -
Times: SVE, HMS, CHS Routes Run Nornal Times

2013-2014 School Supply List

August 8th, 2013 by admin


*Print a copy of our supply list by clicking here:

Supplies 2013-2014 (WORD)

2013-2014 supply list (PDF)

 

 

Inclement Weather

December 17th, 2012 by christine.beck@district6.org

With the changes in the weather it is also a good time for a reminder that inclement weather can sometimes prevent school from operating on time or at all. Please stay tuned to local radio stations, and TV stations, and /or check our District #6 website: www.district6.org for news of delays in starting times or closures. It is also important to plan ahead with your child and their daycare provider, if school was delayed in starting or closed. It is equally important to keep us up to date with your phone numbers and emergency contacts.

Lost and Found

December 17th, 2012 by christine.beck@district6.org

LOST AND FOUND…IS GROWING!! Please check out the rack in the hallway by the office. Any item of clothing that is left over a period of time
will be donated to Good Will.

 

Winter Break

December 17th, 2012 by christine.beck@district6.org

Winter break is December 24 through January 4th.  School will resume on January 7th.  We hope all of you have a wonderful Holiday season and enjoy some time with your families.

 

A message from the Superintendent

December 14th, 2012 by admin

There was a tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut today, December 14, 2012. This is yet another sad day for our country, and all school communities. Tragedies like this make us all understandably concerned about the safety of our own schools and our own children. Please know that in District 6 your child’s safety is our highest concern. We have emergency plans in place to ensure that all schools are as safe as possible. If you are concerned about the reaction of your child to these events, talk with your child’s teacher or your school principal.

We received notification from Central Point Chief of Police Kris Allison that CPPD will have increased patrols around our schools in response to the tragedy in Connecticut. The police have also assured us that any report from staff of anything suspicious will be a top priority.

In addition to increased police patrols, we will have our district counselors and school psychologists available to the schools to work with individual students or groups who may need help.

Randy Gravon
Superintendent