AARON YOST The News-Review
Feb 10, 2018Pairings for the Skyline League District Tournament were set Saturday night after the Pacific and Camas Valley girls basketball teams settled a tie for first in the South division.
Camas Valley (13-10, 8-5 South) won that playoff 27-17 at Myrtle Point High School. The Hornets and Pacific had tied for the league title and help create a change to the league standard operating procedures in the past 10 days.
Skyline athletic directors reverted the state qualification SOP during a recent meeting, returning the process to its previous arrangement. The two division winners are protected to the semifinals of the district tournament.
The league’s three state playoff berths will be decided in a loser-out third place game and the championship contest.
Before the basketball season began, the league had changed its SOPs to protect the two division winners to the state playoffs — leaving seeding and the third state spot to be decided in the district tourney. However, as the league season played out, it became obvious to a majority of administrators that it was the wrong approach, at least for now.
“We were not going to get the three best to state, so we voted and most of the ADs agreed and we changed that,” Days Creek Athletic Director Ron Dunn said. Continue Reading
Press Release Announcing Selection of Days Creek Charter School District Superintendent/Principal/Executive Director
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 11, 2022
DAYS CREEK WELCOMES SUPERINTENDENT/PRINCIPAL/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Days Creek District and Charter Boards are pleased to announce and welcome Mr. Steven Woods as the new superintendent/principal/executive director of the charter school district effective July 1, 2019. He is currently serving as the interim in this position.
Mr. Woods brings with him over 32 years of experience in education with nearly 25 years of school administration. He has worked in Oregon, Texas, California and Georgia. Most recently, Mr. Woods was the assistant superintendent for Cornerstone Christian School in San Antonio, Texas. He has a masters’ degree from Abilene Christian University and his administrative credentials from Portland State in Oregon.
Troy Michaels, District Board Chair and Diane Swingley, Charter School Board President-Chair, issued a joint statement stating, “We are pleased Mr. Woods has chosen to continue serving our students. He brings expertise in many areas which will further enhance our goal of rigorous academics that will fulfill the potential of every student to create responsible citizens.”
Steve Woods stated, “My time serving as the Interim Superintendent has been rewarding because it has given me the opportunity to meet the great people associated with Days Creek Charter School. Moving forward, I am excited and honored to partner with faculty, staff, students, parents, school board members and community supporters. As your Superintendent, I will build on established foundational principles, strive for excellence and work with others to focus on ideas and goals that will move Days Creek Charter School towards a successful future.”
We are pleased to have Mr. Woods as our superintendent/principal/executive director and look forward to working together as he provides important leadership in educating our students to achieve their best.
For more information, contact Troy Michaels and Diane Swingley.
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