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-2010-11 Corbett Charter School application deadline has passed.
New applications are no longer being accepted.
Charter School lottery selections were announced
on Thursday, 1-14-10.
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District Office, School Board Information,
Newsletters, and Links
-Mr. Dunton's Blog
-Regular School Board Meeting,
Wednesday, 8-17-2011, 7 pm, in the Grade School Cafeteria.
Public is welcome to attend. Agenda to come.
-Previous Board Meeting Approved Minutes
-Click here to REGISTER for the monthly School Newsletter
-Click here to VIEW the current School Newsletter
-District Calendar 2009-10
-Contact Staff & Teachers
-Elementary School Weather Station
-School Closures

Elementary School
-Mrs. Chiu's Blog-Ms. Reed's Blog
-Mrs. Loeung's Blog
-Mrs. Dunton's Blog
-Mrs. Dawkins' Blog
-Mrs. Sims' Blog
-Mrs. Shaw's and Mrs. Wold's room
-Mrs. Kelly's Blog
-Ms. Steichen's Blog
-Kilgore's Music Site

Middle School
-Mr. Long's Class
-Mrs. Young's Class
-Ms. Hubler's Class
-Mrs. Church's Blog
-Mr. Houck's Site
-Mr Lutes's Blog
-Mr. Leone's Site
-Kilgore's Music Site

High School
-Myroads College and Career Planning
-Academic Decathlon
-Corbett Athletics
-Corbett Yearbook Photo Upload
-Pearson's Class
- Pearson's Online Grades
- Berger's Online Grades
- Ducey's Online Grades
- Kent's Online Grades
-Jaques' Online Grades
- Robertson's Online Grades
-Perez's Online Grades
-Kilgore's Music Site

Community Links
- Corbett Alumni Association
- Corbett Oregon
- Corbett Education Foundation
- Corbett Children' Theater
- Classmates Reunited
- Springdale School Community Association

The Corbett School District serves approximately 700 students, grades K-12, in a rural setting at the gateway to the Columbia River Gorge. Although we are a single, K-12 school for administrative purposes, Corbett Grade School, Corbett Middle School and Corbett High School continue to enjoy a strong sense of tradition and maintain their identities as exemplary programs at their respective levels.

Corbett High School is widely recognized as one of the premier programs in the State of Oregon and has gained national recognition as a center for Advanced Placement achievement. Corbett High produced 21 AP scholars in both 2007 and 2008. CHS has been recognized repeatedly by the State of Oregon (with EXCEPTIONAL ratings) the Confederation of Oregon School Administrators, the Oregon Schools Boards Association and the Oregon Small Schools Association for academic excellence and curriculum innovation. Newsweek Magazine has rated Corbett High School number one in Oregon for the past two years and as of June 2009 ranked it number 8 in the nation. The full list of rankings: America's Top High Schools, and the video clip: Five Top Schools in Unlikely Places, can be found at www.newsweek.com. Corbett principal Randy Trani was recognized by his peers as Oregon High School Principal of the Year for 2007. The Corbett High School Band, led by Tim Killgore, won First In State in 2007 and has been among the top five finishers for nearly a decade. The Corbett High School Culinary Arts Program, led by Jenny Sullivan, is unique in its mission to provide full food service to the students of the entire district while training students in meal preparation and management.

Corbett's Academic Decathlon Team repeated as State Champions in 2009. Their team-high 38,219 points out-distanced second-place Riverdale by over 7700 points. Seniors Lara Dunton and Tyler Jones, along with Junior Jacy Clare, earned gold medals for the top scores in their respective categories. Senior Lara Dunton was recognized for repeating as the top Oregon competitor for the second consecutive year. She scored 7499 points of a possible 10,000. Team members Sasha LaGreide, Will Matheson, Matt Hammel, Laura Kimes, Morgon Purvine and Brandon Sager will join Dunton, Jones and Clare to compete at the United States Academic Decathlong national competition in April. This year's national event will be held in Memphis, Tennessee and will feature some 350 top scholars from throughout the United States.

Corbett Middle School is one of the finest schools in the state and the first (and only, at this point) to receive national recognition from the National Middle School Association as a School to Watch. The Oregon Department of Education recognized it with an EXCEPTIONAL rating on its 2007 School Report Card and the teachers have become well-known presenters at the Oregon Middle Level Association's annual meetings. Corbett Middle School is home to the 2007 Oregon Small School Teacher of the Year and the staff has been recognized as John Pence Award Winners for their contributions to middle schooling excellence in Oregon. CMS is known as a vibrant learning community where relationship matter, students take responsibility for themselves as scholars, and parents join with teachers in providing rich out-of-class experiences that include several overnight excursions and occasional international travel. Graduates of Corbett Middle School go on to achieve at extraordinary levels during their high school careers.

Corbett Elementary School is the bedrock of academic and social development in the Corbett School District. A strong, veteran staff provides high quality instruction in a multi-age classroom environment in which students work at their own levels and rates rather than being tied to arbitrary age-or-grade-level expectations. The result of this approach is that each year there are students in grades 5 and 6 who are reading and doing math at a high school level. Every student participates in an exceptional music program and may choose to enroll in band beginning in grade 5. Leadership at the elementary school is enhanced by two area administrators, each of whom teaches a full day in addition to performing their administrative duties. A full-time intervention specialist works with students who are at risk of falling behind or may be determined to need special education services.

The new Columbia River Gorge Initiative, created and housed at Corbett Elementary School, will set the school apart as a national model of place-based education. Students and teachers organize their work around the development of In-Depth knowledge of one the worlds most spectacular and unique features, emerging from their elementary experience with significant expertise regarding this national landmark.

Bob Dunton
Phone: 503-695-3621 Extension 224
Fax: 503-695-3641
Email: bdunton@corbett.k12.or.us

K-12 Principal:
Randy Trani
Phone: 503-695-3601 Extension 233
Email: rtrani@corbett.k12.or.us