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A message from Superintendent Dr. Linda Florence.

Service project making mats from recycled bags for the homeless. The mat provides a waterproof barrier and some cushion to their sleeping bags on the cold, hard ground.  Nearly 1 in every 10 Reynolds students are identified as Homeless.  As autumn turns to winter, this will be a great volunteer service project help our Reynolds families.  Please feel free to share this e-mail with other groups, friends, etc.

A community partner, Anthem Church (the old Bally’s gym on 223rd & Halsey) has offered their facility on Saturday, December 3rd from 9am-3pm. 

Panda Express Flyer

Please help raise funds for AVID at H.B. Lee Middle School!

Visit Panda Express on 122nd and Halsey on Thursday, November 17, 2016 from 5-8 p.m. and show a printed flyer or just show it on your smart phone. 

Music and snowflake picture
Visit the Ben Brooks Auditorium for outstanding Performing Arts performances!  Date Day Event Start 11/20/16 Sunday Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra: Trail of Tears Concert 3:00pm 11/22/16 Tuesday Reynolds High School Fall Orchestra Concert 7:00pm 11/29/16

The Reynolds School District is proud to announce the 2016 class of inductees to the Athletics Hall of Fame.

Information about the Induction Ceremony is at the bottom of this page.

Final water test results were posted online at 4:47pm.  Click Here to Move to Results at bottom of this page. The unit ug/L is equivalent to parts per billion. The EPA has established action levels of 20ppb for schools. Municipal water sources action levels are set by the EPA at 15 parts per billion or ug/L.

The drinking water testing results were received as of Wednesday, August 10.

A number of practices will be put into place:

Community members interested in being a member of the Reynolds School District Budget Committee, please complete the attached application and return as soon as possible to the attention of Connie Ph

Are you 50 or over and looking for fun and easy ways to help us lift our students? Here's a great opportunity. We know that if a student can't read well by 3rd grade, they are at greater risk of never graduating high school. Please consider helping our youngest students become stronger readers through this program run by the AARP Foundation and Metropolitan Family Services.

This program operates at Davis and Alder Elementary Schools. Volunteers can receive a stipend for their service.