December Newsletter

In the December edition of our newsletter, find out how Shadow helps classroom behavior improve, and more:

  • Shadow in Oregonian Season of Sharing
  • Dinner Cruise to Benefit Courageous Kids
  • Classroom Behavior Improves with Sensory
  • Become a Shadow Audiobook Mentor
  • The Shadow Project Helps Build Perseverance
  • Thank You for Empowering Our Children

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Listening Therapy Dog at Rosa Parks Elementary

Molly is a Parti Standard Poodle that loves children, cuddles, and helping students become better readers. She is a therapy dog, and some special education students at Rosa Parks Elementary School recently got a chance to practice their literacy skills by reading to the black-and-white canine. The Shadow Project, working with Columbia River Pet Partners, invited Molly to the school to help kids find courage when reading aloud.

Star News Features The Shadow Project

Spirit Mountain Rolls Dice on The Shadow Project

The Shadow Project, a 15-year-old nonprofit headquartered in Sullivan’s Gulch, has received a one-year, $35,000 grant from the Spirit Mountain Community Fund to help its teachers to close the achievement gap for students in special education. View the article here. (PDF)

The Shadow Project is in the Portland Society Page

Spirit Mountain Community Fund Helps Advance Equity for Children with Learning Challenges

Portland Society Page highlights The Shadow Project’s most recent award from The Spirit Mountain Community Fund.

Read the full article here. (PDF)

CareOregon Makes Grant to Shadow

The Shadow Project is one of CareOregon’s latest grantees, and will expand trauma-informed care for students with disabilities. Read the full story here.