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Principal's Message: End of year dates and reminders

Dear Azalea Families and Students:
 
We thank you ALL for your continued support as we navigate the last few weeks of school. It has been a pleasure serving you and our students. We know this task was not easy and it required lots of time and patience, but we are thankful to you and our students. Their dedication to distance learning has not gone unnoticed.
 
As we get close to the end of the year, we want to update you on a few key dates.
 
Distance Learning:
No new assignments will be issued as of June 4
Students are encouraged to turn in assignments up to June 16
Students can still connect with staff- meets, emails, etc.
Report Cards will be mailed home after June 23rd
Yearbooks will be mailed in July to those that have already purchased one
Yearbooks can still be purchased for the 2019-2020 school year at a later date in August
 
Returning School Equipment (Chromebooks/Textbooks/Novels/Library Books):
Tuesday, June 16 and Wednesday, June 17th from 9-5 AMS Parking Lot (curbside drop off)
8th-grade students must turn in Musical Instruments/Music Books
Locker item pick-up is available
 
Be well, Bruins!
Respectfully,
Nicole Medrano, Principal
Marco Thorson, Vice-Principal
 

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About Us

  • By the Numbers We currently serve 364 sixth-through-eighth grade students and have approximately 45 staff members. We follow a six-period day schedule with a Pride class at the end of the day. Our core classes and electives range from sixth-grade academy to drawing, computer science, choir, band and orchestra.
  • Bruin Pride Azalea encourages students and staff to have a growth mindset. This allows us all to see challenges as opportunities. In addition, we’ve put the focus on building a culture that fosters relationships by “connecting before correcting” and being helpful, not hurtful in our actions and interactions.
  • Athletics and Activities Azalea offers many opportunities for students to get involved. They can participate in football, cross country, basketball, volleyball, wrestling, dance/cheer, and track and field. We also have after school clubs. Some opportunities are Homework Center, Dungeons and Dragons, Multicultural Club, and Dance.
  • Seismic Safety UpdatePhase One of a seismic safety retrofit project was completed in the summer of 2018 with money from a $1.5 million grant from Business Oregon. We are excited to announce that we have received another $2.5 million for Phase Two to retrofit our gym, which will start summer 2020.