Lead in the drinking water in schools across the nation has become a hot topic of concern. Most schools, including those in Oregon City School District, do not routinely test drinking water. However, in response to recent national and local concerns regarding water quality, immediate steps have been taken toward voluntarily testing starting in June of 2016.
Pixis Labs has tested water samples from all school facilities during June and July of 2016. On this page you can view a comprehensive report including test dates, results, and our remediation plans.
Water sources are tested routinely by the appropriate jurisdiction. All of the water for our schools is provided by the City of Oregon City, Oak Lodge Water District and Clackamas River Water. You can find additional information about water testing, and other frequently asked questions by visiting their websites.
Any faucet that didn't pass initial testing is being replaced and will be re-tested. Once faucets are replaced and re-tested those reports will also be on this page.
Water Test Results
|Building||Endpoints Tested||Date Test Received||Safe||Exceeds|
|Admin House / Administration / Print Center||5||7/12/16||5||0|
|Alliance Charter Academy||10||8/24/16||10||0|
|Candy Lane Elementary||2||8/11/16||2||0|
|Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences / Jackson Campus||1||11/15/16||1||0|
|Eastham Community School||1||11/2/16||1||0|
|Gaffney Lane Elementary||4||11/2/16||4||0|
|Jennings Lodge Elementary||32||6/20/16||32||0|
|John McLoughlin Elementary||1||10/17/16||1||0|
|Gardiner Middle School||1||10/17/16||1||0|
|Ogden Middle School||13||8/24/16||13||0|
|Oregon City High School||2||8/11/16||2||0|
|Oregon City Service Learning Academy / King School||1||10/17/16||1||0|