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School Announcements
"ONWARD TO EXCELLENCE!"
PRIDE Ring with Bear Sam Barlow High School
5105 SE 302nd Ave Gresham, OR 97080
Phone: (503) 258-4850 Fax: (503) 258-4840
Gresham-Barlow School Districtááá
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PSAT Information
The PSAT is a great way for our students to prepare for a standardized test that is used by the majority of colleges in the United States for entrance requirements. By taking this practice exam, students will have the chance to see what the SAT is like, as well as getting an idea of their strengths and weaknesses in an exam such as this. If Juniors want to qualify for National Merit Scholarship program, they must take the PSAT.
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Registration for the PSAT opens on
Monday, Sept. 22.á for Freshmen, Juniors and any Seniors that are interested. The cost of the test is $14. Money will be turned in to the bookkeeper and students will then receive their prep booklet. To Register online registration CLICK HERE.

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Sophomores do not need to register or pay a fee to take the test. They will receive prep booklets in their English classes.á

Students will arrive onáWed., Oct. 15 at their regularly scheduled times. At 7:30 they will go to the Cafeteria to see which rooms they have been assigned to.
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Web Academy and Home Schooled students have been given permission to use 20 spots here at Barlow. They will see the bookkeeper to pay their $14 fee. This is a first come, first served registration for these 20 slots.
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School Policies
A big part of what we do at Sam Barlow High School is preparing students for a lifetime of success. While our primary mission is to teach specific content in classrooms, we also aim to teach employability skills so students learn how to function in a professional setting. To help them in this process, we have clarified some of our existing policies (our hat policy and tardy policy) and created some new school expectations for handheld electronic devices. To learn more about these policies, please select the following link: School Policies. If you have questions please feel free to contact us at 503.258.4850.

Supporting Your Student
High school can be a challenging time for students, especially for freshmen and sophomores. For freshmen, it is all about the transition. Moving from middle school to high school is a big academic and social jump for our newest Bruins. Please be sure to ask your student each night how school is going, ask to see their planner, and follow up by using ParentVue to help monitor grades and assignments. Sophomores struggle because their second year in high school is much more challenging academically, especially as they figure out how to balance that with their social life. Having consistent conversations at home about both academics and social situations is very helpful and lets your student know you really care and are willing to be involved. Students are ultimately successful because they know adults care, are involved, and are supportive of what they are doing in school.

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