Families may enter the contest by simply submitting a completed Free & Reduced application. All entries are valid regardless of benefit determination! Two entries per student through September 30, 2019 One entry per student October 1 - October 14, 2019
Volunteers can really make a big difference in the educational experience for our students. From helping out in the classroom, supervising a field trip, to reading with students, volunteers are welcome and appreciated at all of our schools. And whether you’re interested in a one-time, one-hour project or an ongoing opportunity, we can find something for you!
Applications for free and reduced school meals are now available online in the St. Helens School District. LunchApp.com allows you to easily apply for meal benefits for your children right from your smartphone! Click Start an Application and LunchApp.com will walk you through the process in just a few minutes. Your completed application will be sent to the school district so your children can receive benefits quickly and confidentially.
We are so excited to be able to offer online registration and verification services this year. Since this is our first year working with online registration we know that there might be a few issues along the way. We are aware and are doing our best to make this a smooth transition for all involved. Parents are encouraged to fill out the on-line registration/verification. This will save on time and will help with accuracy of vital parent/student information.
In November of 2016 the Citizens of St. Helens passed a $49 million dollar bond with 56% of the voters in favor of the measure. The 2016 bond funded a new middle school, the new CCEC, renamed Plymouth High School, and $3.5 million dollars in upgrades to the existing high school. By keeping a sharp eye on the bottom line the district was able to realize $2 million dollars in savings during the construction of the middle school and CCEC. This allows for a high school remodel budget of $5.5 million dollars. Unfortunately, St. Helens High School needs far more than $5.5 million dollars in improvements. The high school campus has some buildings dating back to the 1950s and others were built in the early 1980s. The St. Helens School District is considering a $65 million dollar bond for the November ballot. Below are some conceptual renderings of what the potential updates to St. Helens High School with the passage of a bond in November of 2019.
A school year program serving Lewis and Clark, Arthur Academy, McBride and Columbia City Elementary Schools. We provide bus transportation from McBride, Arthur Academy and Columbia City Elementary. Students attending Lewis and Clark stay onsite.