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Hillsboro School District Admin Center
Community Users: In order to ensure our school based programs have priority scheduling, the Hillsboro School District does not approve rental requests from community users more than 2 months in advanced.

Community Users: Due to Bond construction involving most of our schools, and the shifting of staff and resources, the Hillsboro School District is closing all buildings/indoor use from community users from June 17 - September 3 2019.

Based on the Governor’s current guidance limiting non-essential events and large gatherings, we are temporarily suspending the use of our facilities between March 12th and April 8th. More information can be found on the HSD website.

See below for more information regarding cancellations due to COVID-19.

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L. C. Tobias Elementary School
Community Users: In order to ensure our school based programs have priority scheduling, the Hillsboro School District does not approve rental requests from community users more than 2 months in advanced.

Community Users: Due to Bond construction involving most of our schools, and the shifting of staff and resources, the Hillsboro School District is closing all buildings/indoor use from community users from June 17 - September 3 2019. See below for more information regarding cancellations due to COVID-19.
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L.C. TOBIAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
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On February 12th the new school was named Louis C. Tobias, after a successful early lumberman in the Reedville area. One of the district patrons, Oscar Hagg, rode the bus to Portland to the Multnomah County Historical Society office to verify the name for the board as Tobias had signed his name "L. C. Tobias" on his voting records on file at the Washington County Historical Society. More information was provided by Delores Cortesy, former columnist for the Hillsboro Argus. She once lived in the house he built at the northeast corner of 198th and Alexander Street. It was reported to have been the first house in the immediate area to have indoor plumbing, electricity and windows 44-inches wide.