Lynne Shore - School Lunch Hero Video

posted Mar 8, 2018, 3:25 PM by Web Admin   [ updated Mar 8, 2018, 3:27 PM ]

Meet Lynne Shore from Willamina, OR - a 2018 School Nutrition Foundation, School Nutrition Hero.

2018 March Bulldog Bulletin

posted Mar 7, 2018, 9:57 AM by Web Admin

Willamina School District Lockout - Ended

posted Feb 27, 2018, 12:09 PM by Web Admin   [ updated Feb 27, 2018, 1:20 PM ]

Update - 
As of 1:10pm Lockout has ended and normal schedules and bus transportation will be resumed.

Original Message - 

Due to an ongoing situation in downtown Willamina, Willamina School District has initiated lock-out procedures for February 27th as of 11:30pm.  

Students are not allowed to leave unless their school office has received a phone call from a parent/guardian or are being picked up in person. 

We will update with more information as soon as it is available.  If you have immediate concerns please call your school office.

School Bus Routes Updated

posted Feb 26, 2018, 2:06 PM by Web Admin   [ updated Feb 26, 2018, 2:07 PM ]

The School Bus routes have been updated.  All bus routes can be found on the Documents page.  The routes are also available as a spreadsheet at WSD Bus Routes. 

First Student provides the route information and can be reached at 503-876-3054.

Snow Routes

March 15th, Family Carnival Night 5-8pm

posted Feb 22, 2018, 12:05 PM by Web Admin   [ updated Feb 24, 2018, 9:00 AM ]

Family Carnival

Please Join Us!   FREE Door Prizes, Informational Booths, & More! 

Mr. Baldwin’s “World Famous” Spaghetti Feed.  Includes spaghetti, salad, bread and drink.
  • Ages 10 - Adults =$5 
  • Ages 4-9 = $3
  • under 4 = Free

Booths: Game Tickets = $.25 each--or 5 Tickets for a $1
  • Scholastic Book Fair
  • Cake Walk
  • Jail
  • Football Toss
  • Fish Pond
  • Bulldog Bean Bag Toss
  • FFA Petting Zoo
  • Pop Bottle Ring Toss 
  • Wheel of Fortune 
  • Bake Sale
  • Can-U-Can It? 
  • Face Painting

2018 February Bulldog Bulletin

posted Feb 11, 2018, 8:02 PM by Web Admin

Lynne Shore, 2018 School Nutrition Hero

posted Jan 18, 2018, 11:45 AM by Web Admin   [ updated Feb 6, 2018, 1:11 PM ]

Photo of Lynne Shore against wood panel background
(January 16, 2018) National Harbor, MD – The non-profit School Nutrition Foundation (SNF) has recognized Lynne Shore, Food Service Director at the Willamina School District, OR, as one of five national School Nutrition Heroes in 2018.

Nominated by her peers, Lynne was chosen by SNF to represent the many professionals who have dedicated their lives to serving the needs of school children and the community. 2018 School Nutrition Heroes hail from all over the United States.

In addition to making sure students have healthy school meals to choose from, Lynne has dedicated more than 33 years to creating an overall healthy environment for her district’s students. She has held fundraisers to purchase bicycles and helmets for students to ride to and from school; costume drives for playtime in local children’s hospitals, and collected stuffed animal donations for the state police to help comfort children in traumatic situations. She has collected clothes and supplies for children in need. Serving as a Homeless Youth Liaison, she fills backpacks with family meal supplies for students to take home over the weekend. Lynne has also organized free spring summer food box programs that has benefited families of students in need of a healthy meal during spring break and those summer months when school is out.

“Every chance she gets, Lynne engages the students. She teaches nutrition in a fun way so that our students will use these good eating habits for a lifetime,” said Debra Eisele, Executive Secretary for Willamina School District. “She holds Iron Chef competitions each year. The students love them, and they so look forward to the competitions. She and her staff work tirelessly to give our students the best meals possible. Her annual Halloween costumes are always food related and over the top! The kids love her and her enthusiasm even more!”

On her days off, Lynne can often still be found in the school kitchen making meals for clubs and athletes. One of her traditions is to make breakfast for the district’s football players to help ensure their day starts off great, hopefully resulting in a win for the team. She thinks of the school and its students as its own community, where if one succeeds, they all succeed. Christmas mornings will find Lynne up at the crack of dawn and in the school kitchen helping a local restaurant to warm up over 600 free meals for community members and shut-ins in need of this Christmas miracle.

“Lynne’s dedication to her position as a Food Service Director reaches far above and beyond. She genuinely cares for each and every student in her district and that is well reflected through her actions – making her an ideal School Nutrition Hero,” said School Nutrition Association CEO Patricia Montague, CAE.

In addition to Lynne, SNF has recognized the following as 2018 School Nutrition Heroes:
  • Anthony Terrell, Culinary Specialist, Shelby County Schools, Memphis, TN
  • April Laskey, Director of School Nutrition, Billerica Public Schools, Billerica, MA
  • Paula Angelucci, Child Nutrition Director, Colonial School District, New Castle, DE
  • Patricia Urbanczyk, Kitchen Manager, School City of Hammond, Hammond, IN

All of the 2018 School Nutrition Heroes will be recognized at SNF’s Celebration of School Nutrition Heroes, during School Nutrition Association’s 46th Legislative Action Conference in Washington, DC in March. The annual Celebration is SNF’s signature and sole fundraising event to support the Foundation’s education, research and scholarships for school nutrition professionals.

About the School Nutrition Foundation

As the philanthropic sister organization of the School Nutrition Association (SNA), the School Nutrition Foundation (SNF) is dedicated to securing financial resources for education, professional development, scholarships and research in school nutrition. SNF focuses on providing the resources that educate and empower SNA members to provide high-quality, low-cost meals to students across the nation to foster an environment where children achieve overall wellness and lifelong success.

WSD 2018 Annual Report

posted Jan 9, 2018, 1:22 PM by Web Admin

Willamina School District half logo

Each year the district is required to notify the public of our compliance with Division 22 Assurances. The information contained in this article, the annual report, helps to fulfill the standards for Public Elementary and Secondary Schools as set forth in OAR Chapter 581, Division 22. The Board of Education establishes policies that help to keep our district in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. The superintendent, with approval from the Board, establishes day-to-day procedures and uses these policies to keep our district running smoothly. 

The WSD 2018 Annual Report report explains some of
the programs and services we provide within our district.

2017 December Bulldog Bulletin

posted Dec 18, 2017, 9:38 AM by Web Admin

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Dec 18, 2017, 9:33 AM

December 6th, Holiday Concert

posted Nov 29, 2017, 10:45 AM by Web Admin

Band and Choir Holiday Concert

Willamina Performing Arts Department presents the Band and Choir Holiday Concert at 7pm in Cafeteria.

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