SOESD / Parents
Resources For Parents
Health & Safety:
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Our district is proactive in providing parents with information that benefits the health and safety of students and demonstrates our commitment to the wellbeing of all faculty, staff, students and visitors. Click here to view our staff training on the prevention, identification and obligations to report child abuse and employee sexual conduct (as required under Oregon HB 2062). Presione aquí para ver el entrenamiento personal sobre la prevención, la identificación y la obligación de reportar el abuso infantil y la conducta sexual de los empleados (según lo requerido en Oregon HB 2062).
Child Abuse and Prevention Training
Training on the prevention and identification of child abuse and on the obligations of district employees to report abuse.
Authorization for Medication Administration by School Personnel
This form is used by parents and guardians to give school staff permission to administer medications to their students. Parents can download and print this form, fill it out, and send it to school when their child has a new or changed medication that will be given at school.
Early Childhood Education Resources:
Early Childhood Services
Early Childhood Services is a program of the Southern Oregon Education Service District. We serve families with children birth to five years old throughout Josephine County. Our inclusive toddler and preschool classrooms offer engaging learning and social experiences in a supportive atmosphere.
Child Care Resource Network
- Printable Brochure
- To refer a child with suspected delays
- To inquire about enrolling your typically developing child; call 541-956-2059
Child Care Resource Network (CCRN) offers services to parents, child care providers, and the community in Southern Oregon's Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and Lake counties. CCRN assists parents to find child care that best meets their specific needs and offers child care providers a wide range of training opportunities to support high quality programs. CCRN is part of a nationwide child care resource and referral network and acts as a strong voice on behalf of children and families.
Home schooling is an exemption to the compulsory school attendance law and as required in ORS 339.095, parents must notify the ESD of their intent to home-school their children. The Southern Oregon ESD superintendent’s office provides information to parents and school districts regarding home-schooling laws and regulations and registers home-school students.
School Aged Education Resources:
The mission of o2 is to provide an alternative anytime/anywhere learning opportunity for all high school students.
School / District Contact Information
School and District contact information for the Josephine, Jackson and Klamath County area.