Resources to Support Distance Learning For All
On 4-8-20, Governor Kate Brown announced that in-person classes with students will not occur for the remainder of the school year, as part of continued efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our communities well. Instead, school and learning will continue using remote methods under Oregon’s Distance Learning for All Plan.
Additionally, under Oregon’s new 2020 Graduation Pathways Plan, high school seniors will receive passing grades for their courses and meet Oregon’s graduation requirements, if they were on-track to graduate prior to the statewide school closure in March. Schools will provide additional focus on credit-earning opportunities and learning for seniors who were not yet passing all required courses.
Oregon’s plan maintains the 24 credit requirement for the Oregon Diploma and honors continued high standards for learning and achievement. Oregon’s public universities have supported the plan by ensuring no student admitted for fall 2020 will have their admission rescinded due to changes in grading policy or the inability to complete their coursework, so long as they graduate high school.
Districts across Oregon are providing essential services and learning supports for their students through their Distance Learning for All plans.
SOESD is providing essential services and learning supports for students, families, and districts across the region, including child care for essential workers, emotional and navigational support for families, online learning resources, physical educational materials, instruction for students, a regional Help Desk for technical and learning support, and a myriad of special services for unique student and family needs.
Please visit SOESD’s Distance Learning for All section of our website to access these resources and services.
Annual State Assessments
State assessments are used to inform teachers and administrators about learning needs and how they might adjust instruction for student success.
These annual assessments are scheduled at different times throughout the year per Oregon Department of Education. Your child’s teacher can inform you about these assessments.
ODE 2021-22 Pruebas a nivel estatal
Carta SOESD Opt Out para Padres / Tutores
2021-22 Notification sobre los Examenes Estatales 2021-22
Kindergarten Assessment Brochure
Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Resource Classrooms Updates
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.
Immunization Rates 2020-2021
Here is a reporting of the 2020-21 immunization rates for students served in SOESD Special Education Services in Jackson County and in SOESD Early Childhood Services in Josephine County. Click here to view a letter from the Oregon Health Authority about immunizations. Click here to view these graphs. If you have questions about this information, please contact Tina Talamantes, RN, SOESD School Nurse, at 541-776-8590 x3136.
Aquí está una presentación de informes de las tasas de inmunización 2020-21 para estudiantes atendidos en servicios de educación especial del condado de Jackson y el departamento de los primeros servicios para la infancia del SOESD en el condado de Josephine . Haga clic aquí para ver una carta de la Autoridad de Salud de Oregón sobre las vacunas . Haga clic aquí para ver estos gráficos. Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre esta información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Tina Talamantes, RN , enfermera de la escuela SOESD, al 541-776-8590 x3136.