Parent and Community General Information

If you need specific parent information regarding your student, please visit your child's school's website page or call the individual school.

2020-21 School Re-Opening Blueprints and Plan

K-12 students have started the year in an A/B Hybrid model. A Students generally attend on Mondays and Wednesdays, while B students generally attend Tuesdays and Thursday.

For families not comfortable attending school yet, online learning platforms are available at all grades. Contact your school.

Healthy and Safe Schools Plan and Documents

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Click on the above SafeSchools link and Register, using the code above to view training our teachers receive annually to protect students and staff, making sure appropriate boundaries are maintained. Training courses available for parents to view are as follows: 

  • Sexual Misconduct: Staff-to-Student
  • Sexual Conduct: Staff-to-Student (Specific course for parents)
  • Child Abuse: Identification & Intervention
  • Boundary Invasion

Sexual conduct of staff toward students in schools is a serious and growing problem which has gained increasing national attention, from the headlines to the High Court, over the past decade. Commonly defined as unwanted and unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature, sexual conduct by teachers, administrators, and other employees aimed at students is an issue of sufficient magnitude to warrant special attention by school boards and school officials. While the vast number of school staff members are competent, capable and caring professionals, boundary invasions of a sexual nature unfortunately, do occur, and have a profound and lasting impact on the students, schools, communities and staff members involved. We want to make sure staff, students, and parents understand what is appropriate and what is not, as well as how to report inappropriate behavior. You are encouraged to view the training. 

Homeless Information (McKinney Vento)

Your McKinney Vento (homeless) liaison advocates for the educational rights of children and youth living in homeless or transitional situations including residing in motels, substandard housing, shelter, transitional housing, camping or doubled up with other families.  We are here for you during this pandemic and distance learning. If you have questions about wi-fi connectivity, Oregon Health Plan, food, rent or utility help, please reach out to see how we can help.   Our goal is to make sure that your child has everything they need to access their education.

 Please contact Kellie Mickel to see how we can assist you.

 541-573-2044 or kelliemickel@hcsd3.org