We miss your beautiful faces!
Information from the Department of Education
As we lead this effort across Oregon, the Distance Learning for All guiding principles will anchor our state in common values and help generate collection action during this time:
Ensure safety and wellness. Students need food, clothing, a safe place to learn and shelter, as well as a sense of care and connection, in order to engage in challenging intellectual work.
Cultivate connection and relationship. Student connections and relationships with trusted adults promote belonging, which is especially important as learning takes place outside of the school setting.
Center in equity and efficacy. Prioritize equity in every decision; build on cultural and linguistic assets to inspire learning and promote student efficacy. Consider how decisions and actions attend to racial equity and social justice (Oregon Educator Equity Lens). Consider the assets of students who experience disability.
Innovate. Iterate through complex change with a spirit of possibility, centering in deep learning, student agency, and culturally sustaining practices. ~ Oregon Department of Education
Distance Learning For All Age Level Resources
Local Updates - CCCS and 4j
We will be adding updates and information as we progress through this pivot to a distance learning model during the Covid-19 mitigation process. Please stay in touch and let us know if you have questions and/or ideas that will help our staff, students, and families stay connected. We miss you! We love you! We hope that you and your loved ones are safe, happy, and healthy!
Updates for Families
Families needing meal support or daycare (essential workers), please use the links listed here for support information.