Welcome to Community Services!

  • Community Services supports the West Linn-Wilsonville School District mission question (above) and Board Goals.
     
     
    Facility Rentals:

    Update: September 22, 2021
    The district will reopen indoor facility use starting on October 1, 2021. Please submit all reservations as early as possible so we can accommodate your organization. The district will continue to evaluate indoor facility use based on guidance from OHA and ODE.

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    In alignment with the recent School Health Advisory issued by the Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Education, district facilities will be reserved for school-related activities only through October 1. District indoor facilities will not be available for rent during the month of September. The district will reevaluate on October 1, 2021. Any scheduled or pending reservations for the month of September will be canceled in alignment with this new guidance. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank the community for their continued partnership.

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    Update: August 26, 2021
    Face Coverings Not Required for Student Athletes Competing in Outdoor K-12 Sports
    In alignment with the Governor’s recent outdoor mask mandate, Oregon Department of Education's Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance, and Oregon Health Authority guidance, face coverings are not required for student athletes while engaged in competition during outdoor K-12 sports. Face coverings are required for coaches, volunteers, and spectators in attendance for practices or games. Physical distancing is strongly recommended to the extent possible.

    Face Coverings Not Required for Student Athletes for Indoor Sports
    In alignment with ODE and OHA, student athletes are encouraged, but not required, to wear face coverings while engaged in an activity that makes wearing mask, face covering, or face shield not feasible, such as when actively swimming, or if they are practicing or playing a competitive sport at any level. Spectators and coaches who are not involved in such activities are required to wear face coverings while indoors, however. Physical distancing is strongly recommended to the extent possible.

     
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    Update: August 18, 2021
    Face Coverings Not Required for Outdoor K-12 Sports
    In alignment with the Oregon Department of Education's Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance, in addition to Oregon Health Authority guidance, face coverings are not required for student athletes, coaches, or spectators during outdoor K-12 sports. Student athletes, staff, and/or spectators are encouraged to wear face coverings, however. Physical distancing is also strongly recommended to the extent possible.
     
    Face Coverings Not Required for Student Athletes for Indoor Sports
    In alignment with ODE and OHA, student athletes are encouraged, but not required, to wear face coverings while engaged in an activity that makes wearing mask, face covering, or face shield not feasible, such as when actively swimming, or if they are practicing or playing a competitive sport at any level. Spectators and coaches who are not involved in such activities are required to wear face coverings while indoors, however. Physical distancing is strongly recommended to the extent possible.
     
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    Update: May 20, 2021
    Face coverings not required for outdoor K-12 sports
    In alignment with new Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and Oregon Health Authority (OHA) guidance, face coverings will no longer be required for student athletes or spectators during outdoor K-12 sports events. Student athletes, staff, and/or spectators may continue to wear face coverings if they choose to, however. Physical distancing and capacity limitations are still required for all school-related events and activities including K-12 outdoor sports.

    Face coverings guidance for indoor K-12 sports
    For indoor K-12 sports, face coverings will no longer be required for student athletes or spectators who are fully vaccinated starting May, 24, upon proof of vaccination status. Physical distancing and capacity limitations are still required for all school related events and activities, including K-12 indoor sports. None of these updated health and safety measures should limit an individual or family decision to continue to wear face coverings in either indoor or outdoor school settings.

    • Student athletes will confirm full vaccination status with their coaches, if they plan to not wear a face covering. Spectators will confirm full vaccination status at the point of entry, if they plan not to wear a face covering.
    • Individuals who are not fully vaccinated are still required to wear face coverings (OHA requirement).
    • Physical distancing is still required for fully vaccinated individuals.

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    Update: May 13, 2021
    Face coverings still required for spectators at all WLWV sporting events and sponsored activities
    While the CDC recently updated guidance for wearing face coverings outside and inside, allowing individuals who are fully vaccinated to participate in certain activities without a mask, this updated guidance does not apply to crowded settings or venues or to Oregon public school district events and activities. 

    Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA), and Clackamas County Public Health, require spectators to wear face coverings at all times while on school campuses and while attending district-sponsored events and activities. This includes outdoor sporting events and events that are hosted by another school district.  While a few sporting events now allow athletes to compete without a face covering, the rest of the team who are not competing and all spectators must still wear them.  

    The District will continue to update this webpage if there are any changes to community use guidelines for District facilities. We thank our community for your patience and understanding as we work to make our spaces available and enjoyable once again.

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    Update: April 27, 2021
    Clackamas County moves back into Extreme Risk effective April 30th
    Governor Brown announced earlier today that Clackamas County will move back into Extreme Risk starting this Friday, April 30th. This change to Clackamas County's Sector Risk Level impacts all athletic events and activities held in Clackamas County, including West Linn - Wilsonville fields and facilities.
     
    While in Extreme Risk, all groups accessing West Linn - Wilsonville fields or facilities will be limited to 50 spectators for outdoor events. This does not count athletes, coaches, referees/umpires, or others who are on the field as part of the event. This updated guidance is in alignment with Oregon Health Authority requirements. Physical distancing of at least six feet between individuals must continue to be maintained by spectators at all times in addition to the requirement of face coverings. Thank you for your continued partnership and attention to these important health and safety measures.
     
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    Update: February 22, 2021
    District Facilities Soft Opening, Limited Users
    You may start to notice some activities on our sites, here's the update:
    The West Linn - Wilsonville School District expanded reopening of outdoor facilities and limited indoor facilities for school co-curricular activities/athletics in February. All participants and staff will follow all Oregon Health Authority and Clackamas County Health Department guidelines for group gatherings. The district will also monitor athletic priority of facility use based on the modified OSAA season calendar.

    Carefully evaluated and approved youth groups are allowed on selected outdoor sites for limited periods of time. They must stay within Clackamas County's current risk assessment metrics. A majority of facilities remain closed to community use at this time so that the District can reduce the risk of students and community members. The District Safety Leadership Team continues to actively review all forms of guidance and liability parameters set forth by the Governor's Office, the Oregon Health Authority, and Clackamas County Health Department. 

     
     
     
     
    We are committed to making district both facilities and fields available for academic, recreational, cultural, and social activities to enhance the lives of local area residents. After-school events are provided through a partnership with the following organizations:
     
      

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    2755 SW Borland Rd
    Tualatin, OR 97062
    503-673-7995