PJ Clark, a Lake Oswego resident and the mother of two young girls, says she wants her children to be prepared when tragedy strikes. Clark has a bachelor’s degree in law and a graduate degree in criminal justice. She ran a criminology-focused research firm in Oregon for a while, based on juvenile offenders with a variety of clients across a few states. She’s read a lot about criminal offending, interviewed a ton of kids and their families and tried to apply some of that knowledge to her own life as a parent.Read More
It’s a rare moment when Helia Megowan isn’t dancing, but it’s easy to see why the Lake Oswego High School sophomore is so committed to ballet.
“The moment I step on stage, I feel as if I’m as light as air,” Helia says. “I also love the wonder in the faces in the audience when I first step onstage, and the thought that I might be inspiring someone or making someone feel joy (or any other emotion) through my dancing.”Read More
When her fourth-grade daughter told Pamela Clark that she wanted a car, Clark laughingly told her to get a job.
Julia Clark won’t be driving for a while yet, but the lessons she learned over the weekend will no doubt last a lifetime — and help her classmates at Forest Hills Elementary School, too.Read More