Boring Middle Calendar
Use the link below to view and download a pdf of the current school calendar.
The District encourages community use of district facilities and fields, subject to the rules and regulations outlined in Board policies. All use shall be consistent with our general educational purpose and shall not interfere with scheduled school programs or events. A fee is charged for renting a facility, and certain guidelines must be followed in order to make a reservation.
Click here to reserve a facility or field.
Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) distributes all community flyers through Peachjar. Please read the following Peachjar instructions and district guidelines.
Questions about district guidelines?
Kelly Myers, Oregon Trail District Office
Peachjar Instructions for e-flyer approval
To have your flyer distributed electronically you must register with Peachjar as a Program Provider and upload your flyer for distribution to the desired school(s). Paper flyers from outside organizations will no longer be distributed at our schools.
Please follow these steps:
Select Program Providers
Create an account as a Program Provider
Upload your flyer for approval
Once you receive confirmation that your flyer has been paid for and submitted through Peachjar, it will be routed to the OTSD district office for review and approval or denial based on OTSD’s Guidelines for Information Distribution.
Organizations pay a small service fee to post and distribute eflyers (typically much less than the cost to copy and deliver paper flyers) if they charge for their program/service. The service fee also applies to activities that are held without charge, but may entice participants to join a fee-based program or purchase products or services.
Jillian Leahy, Peachjar Sales Manager
Local non-profit organizations providing free opportunities for youth may be eligible to send flyers through Peachjar at no charge.
OTSD Guidelines for distributing flyers to schools
Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) supports community-wide efforts to provide students and their families with information about resources and opportunities for young people. These guidelines have been developed to clarify procedures for requesting to distribute informational flyers to families via the Peachjar e-flyer management system.
All flyers are subject to the following criteria:
· All flyers from organizations other than OTSD or our schools require approval from the district office. This includes all community organizations, clubs, and non-profits. Parent group organization flyers require approval from their school principal/designee for that school only. A parent group wishing to distribute their flyer to other district schools must gain approval from the district office.
· All flyers to be distributed shall bear the name and contact information of the sponsoring entity.
· The sponsoring entity must agree to a disclaimer stating they are a non-profit organization not affiliated with the Oregon Trail School District.
· Grammar, spelling and punctuation must be correct.
· Materials which have as their primary purpose the promotion or advertisement of a private or for-profit business, including childcare and tutoring, shall not be distributed through OTSD schools or Peachjar.
· Flyers are required to include both English and Spanish translation. Flyers may have multiple pages, but should be submitted as one document. The organization will only be charged for one flyer.
· Approval of a flyer may take up to five (5) working days.
Boring Middle School Athletic Director – Niki Trautman
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone – 503-668-9393 ext. 6328
- The scanned copy of the physical is hard to read, but it should print out just fine.
Dear Parent/Guardian and Students:
Thank you for showing interest in participating in the middle school athletic program. We strongly encourage all students to participate regardless of skill level and are committed to providing a positive experience for all athletes that participate.Please read each section carefully:
Eligibility: In order to be eligible to participate in any sport each student must:
- Have an athletic physical on file with the Administration. (See Athletic Physical Form)
- Complete “Athletic Clearance” form.
- Complete “Code of Conduct” form.
- Complete insurance information form or purchase school insurance. Please note school insurance is available.
- Have the $55 athletic fee paid and have no outstanding athletic fees.
- Earn C’s or better in all classes.
- Be in attendance all day unless a pre-arranged absence has been scheduled.
- Oregon Trail Middle Schools has a “no cut policy.”
- All students who are eligible may participate in games.
- Playing time is at the discretion of the coach.
Supervision and Transportation:
- Practice will be from 2:30- 4:30 p.m. every day. (Unless otherwise set by the coach). Rides should arrive no later than 4:45 p.m. to transport students home. Supervision will only be until 4:45 p.m. during practice.
- There will be ONE-WAY transportation to away competitions except designated on the schedule. It is the responsibility of the parents/guardians to arrange a timely return trip home from games.
Practice Attendance and Attire:
- Students must attend practice every day they are in attendance at school or they will be benched for a portion of the next game.
- If your student will miss practice due to a pre-scheduled appointment please notify the coach in writing prior to the absence. If student misses practice due to a sudden emergency please notify the coach a.s.a.p.
- Students should bring clothing to be prepared to practice in all weather conditions including wet, cold, and warm weather.
- Students are expected to display good sportsmanship both on and off the court/mat/field. Any exhibit of poor sportsmanship will result in an apology letter and a game suspension.
- Spectators are expected to set an example of good sportsmanship as well. If a spectator is disruptive during an event he/she will be asked to leave.
Please feel free to contact your home school with any questions or concerns.
2018-19 SEASON DATES – Oct. 22nd – Dec. 19th
Head Coach/8th Grade Coach: Paul Vance – email@example.com
Assistant Coach/7th Grade Coach: Mitch Staehle – firstname.lastname@example.org
Head Coach/8th Grade Coach: Kasie Vader – email@example.com
Head Coach: Joe Garrettson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Coach: Marty McKinnis
Welcome to our incredible team of school volunteers!
All Oregon Trail schools welcome volunteers to support our staff in providing quality education opportunities. If you have the desire and time – we have a number of options for you to contribute to student success. To volunteer at any school in the Oregon Trail School District, please complete our required online application.
OPTIONAL: SafeSchools training
Child Abuse: Identification & Intervention
Sexual Conduct: Staff-to-Student
Questions about volunteering at Boring Middle School? Call 503-668-9393.
You Can Help Enrich Education for Our Children
- Contribute to our efforts by sending your tax deductible contribution today.
- Offer your time and expertise by assisting with a foundation project.
- Become a foundation board member and assist with the development of foundation priorities and projects.
Every Penny Benefits Children
As a private, independent, voluntary organization, our funding is not related to the budgeting process of the Oregon Trail School District. We strive to provide a variety of educational opportunities that are simply not available to students at the current time.
Foundation board members are volunteers, and unlike the education foundations in some communities, we have no paid staff. Virtually every penny of your tax-deductible contribution will be used for education programs, not overhead or management.
- Imagination Library, books for kids age 0-5
- No Pioneer Left Behind, scholarships for athletics & activities
- Technology in the classroom
- Innovative school and class projects
Mission: The Oregon Trail Education Foundation exists to increase and enrich the educational opportunities and environment for the students of the Oregon Trail schools.