Oregon Statewide Testing Information and Opt Out Forms

After School Learning

District Family Liaison Contact Info

Nancy Viramontes
nviramontes@509j.net
Family Engagement Coordinator
541-475-6192 ext 2201
541-460-2824
Butch David
bdavid@509j.net
Native American Community Liaison
541-

Aaron Fisher
afisher@509j.net
Hispanic Community Liaison
541-420-4094

Lana Leonard
lleonard@509j.net
Native American Community Liaison
541-553-1128 ext 6066
541-325-3741

Erin's Law

Erin’s Law is named after childhood sexual assault survivor, author, speaker and activist Erin Merryn, who is the founder and President of Erin’s Law. “Erin’s Law” requires that all public schools in each state implement a prevention-oriented child sexual abuse program which teaches:

  1. Students in grades preK – 12th grade, age-appropriate techniques to recognize child sexual abuse and tell a trusted adult
  2. School personnel all about child sexual abuse
  3. Parents & guardians the warning signs of child sexual abuse, plus needed assistance, referral or resource information to support sexually abused children and their families
Madras High school is implementing 4 lessons through Guideroom from the "Safer, Smarter Teens" curriculum this year. If you have questions or concerns, please contact a building administrator.
 
Erin's Law 2 (Eng)     Erin's Law 2 (Spa)

Parent Guides for Math

  • GRADE Kindergarten

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  • GRADE 1  

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  • GRADE 2 

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Free Online Training for Parents

Jefferson County School District is offering free training for parents. We are pleased to offer online training for parents utilizing the SafeSchools online training program to inform parents on issues regarding Sexual Conduct, Child Abuse Reporting, and Dating Violence: Identification and Prevention.
 
To access the training, go to http://jcsd.or.safeschools.com/login   click on Register, and enter this code: 82fd2b4c. 
 
You will then be asked to complete a registration (Name and create a username. Email is optional).

Parent Guides for Student Success

Attention Parents: 

Would you be interested in:

  • Learning what your child is studying at their grade level? 
  • Tips to help you talk with your child's teacher about their schoolwork? 
  • Ways to help your child learn at home?

The National PTA has published some Parent Guides to Student Success that can help you with these issues!  Click on these links to download these helpful documents:

Two-page Parents' Guides to Student Success (Color)
Color versions of the two-page Parent Guides

Four-page Parents' Guides to Student Success (Black and white)
Black and white versions of the four-page Parent Guides

Four-page Parents' Guides to Student Success (Color)
Color versions of the four-page Parent Guides

Additional Resources

Parents’ Guide to Student Success—Frequently Asked Questions
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Parents’ Guide to Student Success—Frequently Asked Questions

 

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