Registration Still Open:  New Player Lacrosse Clinic at Wilsonville High School this Saturday, March 9

Curious about lacrosse?  Want to try out one of the fastest growing sports the word?
 US Lacrosse is hosting a Try Lax clinic for all new players or curious kids ages 6-12 years old, this Saturday, March 9 from 12:30-2pm at Wilsonville High School.
Registration is still open and the cost is only $35.  This fee includes a stick, a ball and a t-shirt – a great value for a starter package!
(The only other equipment girls need is a mouthguard and goggles – both available for a reasonable price at Dick’s Sporting Goods or online.
The boys need a little bit more – information on that coming soon.  For more information or to register, go to, and scroll down until you see the Wilsonville, Oregon link.
If you have any questions, please email Ursula Lalović at

Last chance for advance registration to attend Parents Night Out/Kids Night In

Parents Night Out – Kids Night In is happening tomorrow! Advance online registration will close at midnight tonight. Avoid the line on Friday and get your tickets TODAY.

Advance registration will allow you to breeze through the check in/check out and ensures that your kids do not miss a minute of the fun!

If you need a scholarship or have other questions, send an email to for a promo code. If you are able, please kick in a few extra dollars to cover the cost for families who aren’t able to contribute. All proceeds for this event go to Friends of Chapman.



Last Day for Early Bird Registration:  Lincoln Girls Lacrosse

Last day of early registration for Lincoln Girls Lacrosse is tomorrow, January 31.  Everybody who registers by tomorrow will receive $25 off the registration fee!
If you are new to lacrosse or unsure what it is all about, there is a new player clinic for kids ages 6-12 years old at Wilsonville High School next Saturday, February 9 from 12:30-2pm.  The registration fee for the clinic is $35 and includes a lacrosse stick, a t-shirt and a ball (over $100 value!).  Registration information is on the flyer below.
If you have any questions, please contact Ursula Lalovic at
Lincoln Girls Youth Lacrosse School Flyer 2019

Want more for our students? Let lawmakers know by joining March for Students on Feb 18!

From the Organizers:
Schools across Oregon need dedicated and adequate funding now. Our students deserve better than this:
1. 6 more students per classroom than the national average.
2. 1 year less of instructional time than the national average when you count hours in grades 1-12.
3. a below-average graduation rate of 73.8%

Education funding will be one of the Oregon legislature’s top priorities this spring. Just this week, the Joint Committee for Student Success released a detailed report of their policy recommendations which come with a $3.5 billion price tag. While there is a Democratic super-majority in our legislature, the major revenue reform required to secure the funding our education system needs will not be a slam-dunk. Uniting the voices of families who support public education will be essential in the push for transformative change.