The official graduation rate for Brookings-Harbor High School Class of 2018, released by the Oregon Department of Education Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019, was 74.44 percent, compared to the statewide rate of 78.68 percent.
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The donation included enough coats to give one to each of the district's 39 students classified as homeless due to their living situation
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Learn more about Oregon's required student testing and about your rights as a parent to exclude your child from statewide testing.
Exciting news about a new opportunity for our sixth-grade students.
It is with great sadness that the Brookings-Harbor School District acknowledges the passing of one of our team. Deb Flowers, the secretary for Community Bridges (Alternative Education Program) died suddenly on Thursday, Dec. 6, of a health issue at home.
This January, our schools are joining the statewide “Every Day Matters” campaign for school attendance, and I’m asking the community to make a New Year’s Resolution to help students get to school every day.
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Among the highlights of this year’s report card, Brookings-Harbor School District 17C students once again improved the graduation rate with the Class of 2017 to 77 percent, slightly surpassing the state average for the first time in years.