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October 2, 2015
Dear Clear Creek Middle School Parents and Guardians,
The safety and well-being of our students is our number one priority at Clear Creek Middle School. With this in mind, I am writing to inform you of an extremely troubling situation involving one of our former coaches.
We are very sad to report that former Gresham High School assistant wrestling coach Wyatt DeRemer was arrested on October 1. DeRemer is being held on seven counts of sexual abuse in the first degree.
The Gresham Police Department is searching for additional victims and has requested that anyone with additional information call Detective Aaron Turnage at 503-823-0189.
DeRemer served as an assistant wrestling coach for Gresham High School in 2014-15. He coached wrestling through the Schools Uniting Neighborhoods (SUN) Program at Clear Creek Middle School and Dexter McCarty Middle School. He worked as a volunteer with the Eastside Elite Mat Club. DeRemer’s work with the school district as a wrestling coach ended in March of 2015. DeRemer only worked as a wrestling coach and was not on the district’s teaching staff.
We are troubled by these charges and are committed to doing all we can to support our students. Counselors are available for students at Clear Creek Middle School who need assistance.
If you have any questions or concerns about this matter, please call me at 503-492-6700.
David Atherton
Clear Creek Middle School Principal

2 de Octubre del 2015
Estimados padres y tutores de La Secundaria Clear Creek, 
La seguridad y el bienestar de nuestros estudiantes es la prioridad número uno aquí en la Secundaria de Clear Creek. Con esto en mente, me dirijo a usted para informarle de una situación extremadamente preocupante que afecta a uno de nuestros ex entrenadores. 
Estamos muy tristes de informar que el ex entrenador asistente de lucha libre en la Preparatoria de Gresham, Wyatt DeRemer fue detenido el 1 de octubre por las autoridades locales. DeRemer esta detenido por siete cargos de abuso sexual en primer grado. 
El Departamento de Policía de Gresham esta en la búsqueda de víctimas adicionales y ha solicitado que cualquier persona con información adicional se comunique con el detective, Aarón Turnage al 503-823-0189. 
DeRemer sirvió como asistente entrenador de lucha libre de la Preparatoria de Gresham en la temporada del 2014-15. Entrenó luchando a través del Programa de Escuelas Uniendo Barrios en la Secundarias de Clear Creek y Dexter McCarty. Él trabajó como voluntario en el Eastside Elite Mat Club. El trabajo de DeRemer con el distrito escolar como un entrenador de lucha libre finalizó en marzo de 2015. DeRemer sólo trabajó como entrenador de lucha libre y no estaba en el personal docente del distrito.  Estamos preocupados por estas acusaciones y estamos comprometidos a hacer todo lo que podamos para apoyar a nuestros estudiantes. Los consejeros están disponibles para los estudiantes de Clear Creek que necesiten ayuda. 
Si usted tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud acerca de este asunto, por favor llámeme al 503-492-6700.
David Atherton
Director de la Secundaria Clear Creek
Clear Creek Middle School Receives GBEF Grant
Clear Creek received a $2,500 Innovation grant from the Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation.  This grant will be used to purchase a desktop Computer Numerical Control machine for the STEAM program.  This machine will provide student the opportunity to program a design on the computer  (e.g. a Promotion medal, a circuit board, a wood carving) that will then be routed on the CNC machine.  This machine will provide students with the opportunity to advance their learning and skills on the 3-D printer, and work with metal, wood, plastic, and composites to make 3D parts. 
82% of the students (532) have taken STEAM this year and will do so again next year.  In addition, SUN is looking to purchase additional machines to provide opportunities for students to design and manufacture in after school courses.  We are coordinating with a California company to purchase the machine and supplies for the 2015-16 school year.  If you would like to see the Nomad 883 in action, you can view the company’s website at carbide3d.com, or by searching YouTube videos for Nomad 883.  Students are excited to work with this new tool.
These experiences are preparing students to pursue coursework in Career-Tech Education courses at Gresham or Sam Barlow High School, and enter the Manufacturing and Engineering program at the Center for Advanced Learning as a junior.  Last year, 1,800 jobs were unfilled in Oregon due to a lack of workers in the manufacturing field who had experience with CNC machines and other industry and design processes.
We would like to thank the Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation for its continued support of schools and students, promoting access to options and opportunities to learn and apply new skills for work-place readiness.
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