|Address:||333 S. 10th
Coos Bay, OR 97420
|Grades:||K – 3rd|
|School Hours:||7:50am – 2:32pm|
|Office Hours:||7:30am – 4:00pm|
Registration Information 2014-15
Student Calendar 2014-15
Student Calendar Spanish
Supply List K-7
K Parent Handbook Spanish
Student Handbook Spanish
Welcome to Blossom Gulch Elementary!
Blossom Gulch is a community school for approximately 400 kindergarten through 3rd grade students this year. Our motto is “Children First” and we are proud of our students’ academic achievement as well as the quality education we provide in a caring environment. We will continue to make the academic and social success of all students our primary focus.
We have a school wide Title I program that provides reading, writing and math instruction as well as counseling services and parent outreach activities. We have an active Booster Club/PTA whose fundraising provides enrichment activities, field trips and technology for all of our students. Look in our calendar of events for these activities!
Blossom Gulch has many excellent educational programs for students. These include:
- Title I Reading and Math
- Resource Room, Indian Education, Speech
- SMART (Start Making a Reader Today)
- ESD Adaptive Lifeskills Program
- ELL English Language Learner’s Program
- ESD RPATS program
- Parent Outreach Program
- Southwestern Oregon Community College Cadets
- Marshfield High School Student Cadets
- Enrichment Assemblies
- Active Parent Teacher Association
- Accelerated Reader Program
- Healthy Kids Learn Better Project
- Positive Behavior Support
- Second Step Curriculum
Our school is located near Marshfield High School and is surrounded almost entirely by beautiful forest (see our Nature Trail Page).
Click here for a map and driving directions.
Calendar of Events
|June 23–Aug 15||Summer Lunch Program 11:15 -12:00 Menu|
|20||Registration 9:00 – 3:00|
|21||Registration 9:00 – 7:00|
|22||Registration 9:00 – 3:00|
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|2||First day of school Orientation week for kindergarten (by appointment only)|
|8||First Day of school for Kindergarten|
Summer Lunch and Book Give-Away
We are very excited to announce that in addition to our traditional free summer lunch program serving those 18 and younger at Blossom Gulch and Madison Elementary Schools, Coos Bay Public Schools will also be delivering free lunches to a number of locations throughout the district this summer.
Free lunches will be offered Mondays through Fridays beginning June 23rd. Two vans will be driving the distributing the meals.
Another exciting addition this year is the school libraries will be open at Madison, Blossom Gulch and Millicoma. Dates and times will be posted at www.cbd9.net. Free books will be given away at the libraries and free books, athletic equipment and toys will be given away at the mobile sites.
Click below for lunch locations and times.
Please contact Jessica at 541-267-1305 if you need additional information.
Coos Bay School’s Building Configuration Options Survey #3
The Coos Bay School District has long shared with the community the rapidly aging condition of their facilities as well their ideas for providing 21st Century learning environments for your children and grandchildren.
The Board asks that you take part in this third survey in our continuing work of Phase 1 to create a long-range (3-5 years) facility plan. We need input on two building configuration options that were recommended by the Coos Bay Schools Facilities Outreach Committee and are based on community input from previous surveys. We are looking for further clarification on whether our current configuration has community support, or if not, which of the two options the community would support.
Here is the link to the survey – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/cbschoolssurvey3 . You will also find the survey posted at www.cbd9.net and the survey will be open until August 22nd. The survey contains seven questions. We appreciate you taking a few moments to answer the questions.
Survey results will be reviewed at the September 8th School Board Meeting. The meeting starts at 6:00 PM and will be held at Milner Crest Education Center located at 1255 Hemlock Ave. (north of Mingus Park off N. 10th St.).
We want you to be involved in this important discussion. We cannot do this without our parents, staff and community. We will not do this without our parents, staff and community. You can make the difference.
If you do not have computer access, please contact Peggy Ahlgrim at 541-267-1310 to have a paper copy mailed to you or to schedule access to a computer.
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