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Tel: (503) 661-7200

1204 NE 201st Ave Fairview, Oregon 97024-2499

About the District

The Reynolds School District confirmed in 1954 as a consolidation of the Fairview, Troutdale and Wilkes elementary school districts. The district spans from 141st Avenue to the Sandy River and from the Columbia River on the North to SE Market Street and SE Stark Street to the South. The district serves Portland, Gresham, Fairview, Wood Village and Troutdale.

Objectives

Increase Student Achievement
The Reynolds School District will increase student achievement in all academic areas with emphasis on the core skill areas of Reading, Writing, Mathematics and English Language Development.

Increase Fiscal Responsibility
In order to ensure stability within district operations and provide maximum taxpayer value, the Reynolds School District will achieve and maintain fiscal solvency and operational efficiency.

Increase Internal and External Communication
The Reynolds School District will develop, implement and maintain a formal communications plan that maximizes internal and external access and systems for appropriate, timely and accurate information.

Our School Board

The Board of Education for the Reynolds School District is composed of seven members elected at large to serve four-year terms (see current board members). The School Board sets district policy to help guide our children and teachers toward success and our district toward financial responsibility and accountability.

The Board holds monthly meetings at Fairview City Hall, 1300 NE Village St., Fairview, Oregon, and all meetings are open to the public. Board meeting agendas can be found on the School Board page or by calling the district office at (503) 661-7200.

Board members and seven additional citizens compose the district Budget Committee, a group that reviews administrative budget recommendations and sets spending priorities for the district. The seven Budget Committee members serve three-year terms and are appointed by the School Board. Our committee continues to help develop cost-effective ways to maximize educational return for our taxpayers' investment.