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Encourage High School Seniors to Apply for the National Youth Science Camp!
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Superintendent's Update #359
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Superintendent's Update #358
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“There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots, the other, wings.”
The Oregon Department of Education is committed to ensuring that every Oregon public school student has equal access to high quality educational services that prepare them for their next steps following high school graduation—college, work, citizenship—and enables today’s students to be life-long learners.
High School and Beyond
Successful transitions for Oregon students depend upon an integrated and connected learning system of middle and high schools, community colleges, universities and the workforce.
Meeting My Needs
To assure that all students have the opportunity to reach their potential, every effort must be made to meet these unique needs and foster individual interests.
Resources to Help Me Learn
This page contains a variety of resources for students.
Sports and Activities
This page contains information about student government, sports organizations and career-related organizations.
Getting through school is just the start. This link takes you to the Oregon Skill Sets, where you will see specifically what business and industry says are the knowledge and skills you need to have in order to be successful in your career after school. Videos help illustrate those skills.
Standards and Tests
Oregon’s content standards define what all students should know and be able to do. Statewide assessments administered at different grades are designed to show a student’s progress toward meeting those standards.
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