As the teachers at Providence Willamette Falls prepare to deliver a presentation at the annual Association of Educational Service Agencies National Conference, we wanted to recognize their achievement of winning the grand prize for Innovation in Student Services. See the original post here. May 20, 2016 Multnomah ESD's "Lighting the Way" program earned the Grand Prize at … Continue reading Hospital Program Wins Grand Prize for Innovation in Student Services
Randall Children's Hospital Classroom is happy to announce they have been chosen to be the beneficiaries of the Barnes & Noble holiday book drive for 2016. Stop by the Lloyd Center Barnes & Noble to purchase a book for our library and Books on Wheels Initiative.
The Hospital School Program at MESD is now hiring for a full time Administrative Assistant II position. See the position here. To see other job openings at MESD, click here.
If you've ever wondered what our programs are like for the people we work alongside, check out this video featuring Randall Children's Hospital nurses, doctors, case managers as well as a few families. https://vimeo.com/155564388
Hospital Teacher Julia Stead at Randall Children's Hospital helps patient Marta Nunez with her Spanish homework. Read more about Marta's story in the Albany Democrat-Herald here: http://democratherald.com/news/local/believing-in-miracles-working-on-walking/article_273f2e60-5651-11e4-bf81-ebe34d9931c7.html
Hospital Teacher Julia Stead coordinated with Wichita Middle School's band director to stage a surprise holiday concert, performed in the Emanuel Hospital Atrium for one of Stead's hospital school program students--a flute player in the band before her hospitalization. Band members traveled that morning in a school bus all the way from Roseburg. Doctors, therapists, spectators, and participants … Continue reading Band Supports Patient With Surprise Concert