Scappoose 1J provides bus transportation services on most main roads within the district’s boundaries through a private transportation company. A hot lunch program is available daily for students in grades 1-12. Breakfast is also served daily from 8:00-8:20 a.m. at the four elementary schools. Scappoose 1J participates in the federally funded free and reduced lunch program.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE CAFETERIA
This school year, families that qualify for reduced-priced meals will no longer have a co-pay. That means breakfast and lunch are now FREE to all qualifying students. Even if your qualifying student eats breakfast at home, encourage him/her to stop by the Cafeteria and get a free breakfast. We have many grab & go items that are shelf-stable and can be put into your student's school bag for an afternoon snack. For any questions regarding the Cafeteria and its services, please contact Ms. Michelle Brasmer.
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Special Education Students have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) administered by special education teachers. An IEP provides opportunities for students to be successful in school.
In addition, special education teachers work with general education teachers in order to implement accommodations and modifications according to their IEP, in order to provide access to the general education curriculum. Some Special Education Students have an opportunity to take the following classes: Basic English, Basic Math, Living on their own and Study Skills. These classes will help students to be successful in school and in the future.
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SHS CLOTHING CLOSET
SHS has a confidential clothing closet for students. We collect new and gently-used pants, shirts/tops, coats, athletic attire, shoes, and new socks which are distributed confidentially and free of charge to students. The Counseling Office also has a supply of backpacks and school supplies if needed.
If your child is in need of clothing or supplies, please contact the Counseling Office at 971-200-8051, or have your child make an appointment with his/her counselor.
If you would like to donate clothing or would like to help with funding, please call Whitney Scott at 971-200-8005.