Teaching and Learning

The Teaching and Learning department provides support and direction regarding curriculum, instruction, and extended learning opportunities (before and after school), to enable learning for both students and employees.

We aim to ensure every student is engaged, supported, challenged, and prepared -- as a whole child -- with the skills and character to achieve and be successful in school, career, college, and community. To that end, we support staff engagement and professional development, focused on continuous improvement and growth.

Board of Directors meeting 8/9

Watch the recording of the Board of Directors August 9 meeting.

Our after-school programs are full! The survey will remain open. New students will be put on a waitlist until a spot becomes available. Take the survey: https://bit.ly/eleminterestsurvey

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For a printable PDF, click here or here

For a PDF of the whole slideshow, click here.

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SPECIAL EDUCATION

Services are available at each school within the Central School District to serve students who have been identified as eligible for special education.

Students identified as eligible for special education services must meet the following two requirements:

  • Federal and state eligibility requirements as having a disability in at least one of twelve categories.

  • Need specially designed instruction.

The Willamette Education Service District (WESD) provides educational services for eligible children birth to kindergarten. For children younger than kindergarten, please telephone WESD 503-540-4424.

Contact our administrative offices at 503-606-2261, if you have any questions or input regarding special education services or programs at the Central School District.

SECTION 504

Section 504 is a civil rights statute that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. Section 504 ensures that the child with a disability has equal access to an education, which may include accommodations and modifications.

Contact your child's school administrator or the District Offices at 503-606-2261, if you have any questions or input regarding Section 504 eligibility or services at the Central School District.

SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES

The District facilitates vision screenings and coordinates management of chronic health problems such as asthma, diabetes, and seizures. The district nurses are advocates for linking home, school, and the medical community in support of student success.

Contact our administrative office at 503-606-2261 if you have any questions or concerns regarding health services.

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