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News & Announcements:

Help Wanted: Budget Committee Members
Published on Friday, September 30, 2016

The Corvallis School Board acknowledged three (3) vacancies on its 2017 Budget Committee at its regularly scheduled meeting on September 12, 2016.

Interested individuals are invited to submit a brief resume and a letter of interest including a signed statement that the applicant is able and willing to serve as a member of the budget committee and to adhere to the policies of the district by noon on Friday, October 14, 2016, to Jennifer.Schroeder@corvallis.k12.or.us, or to Corvallis School District Finance and Operations, attn: Jennifer Schroeder, PO Box 3509J, Corvallis, OR 97339.

The Budget Committee has 14 members:  seven elected school board members and seven citizens appointed to three-year terms by the board. The citizen members are appointed by open vote of the School Board as openings occur. The Budget Committee meets approximately 2 to 3 times, primarily in late Spring (April to June), at evening meetings to approve the following year’s budget. Citizen members are encouraged to attend certain board meetings during the year when staff will update the Board on matters relating to the budget.

Questions may be directed to Jennifer Schroeder, Assistant to the Director of Finance and Operations, Corvallis School District, 541-757-5874 or jennifer.schroeder@corvallis.k12.or.us.

 

Local Option Levy Renewal Measure 2-104
Published on Monday, September 12, 2016

The Corvallis School District has filed a renewal of the five-year local option levy for K-12 education. Measure 2-104 will be voted on in the November 8, 2016 general election.

Ballot Measure 2-104 would renew the local option levy originally approved by voters in 2006 and renewed in 2010.  The current local option levy funds about 50 full-time teaching positions annually.  

The local option levy would provide funds to sustain class sizes and programs. Specifically, the funds would be used to support art education for all elementary students, counseling for students, classroom teachers at all schools in order to sustain class sizes, instructional coaches to improve teaching and learning, music instruction and physical education for all students in grades K-6, vocational and technical education opportunities for high school students, and high school athletics and activities.

This measure would continue the existing local option levy rate (which cannot exceed $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value) for another five years, starting in 2017 and ending in 2022. It is not a new or additional tax.

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Distrito Escolar de Corvallis Opción de Recaudación Local Medida 2-97

La renovación del impuesto de recaudación continuaría la financiación local para las operaciones de la escuela sin elevar la tasa de impuestos. Originalmente aprobada por los votantes en 2006. Renovada en 2010.

Bajo la ley de impuesto a la propiedad de Oregón, una  opción de impuesto local da a las comunidades individuales la capacidad de complementar la financiación estatal de las escuelas locales. La actual tasa de opción local expira en 2017.   Más información


 

 

Drinking Water Testing Update
Published on Tuesday, August 16, 2016

This summer we contracted with Analytical Laboratory Group, Inc., an independent certified laboratory, to complete comprehensive testing for lead levels in drinking water districtwide. All water fixtures for drinking and food preparation were tested, following the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) testing guidelines.

Testing results have been received for all schools with elevated lead levels found in 12 of the 14 school buildings in the district. Schools with no detected elevated levels included Hoover Elementary School  and Linus Pauling Middle School. While results at Corvallis High School indicated elevated levels in the Applied Technology auxiliary building, it is important to note that all fixtures in the building constructed in 2005 had no elevated levels.

Information and results for all schools can be found here.

This completes our initial water testing for each school. District facilities staff have taken immediate steps to provide a safe environment for students and staff and to address the cause in each school location. All identified fixtures have been turned off and signed. Fixture replacement is now underway. Water will be retested and results will be shared as they are available. Retesting sampling results for Jefferson Elementary are expected by the end of August with other schools to follow.

 

 

Welcome to the 2016-17 School Year!
Published on Monday, August 15, 2016

We are excited to kick-off the 2016-17 school year and welcome all students and families back to school on September 7. Information about back to school schedules and optional school supplies are available here.

Interested in volunteering at your child's school? All volunteers must have a current background check. You can complete the process online.

Join your school's e-mail new list and stay up to date on school happenings. Details are available here.

 

Water Safety in Corvallis Schools- update
Published on Monday, August 08, 2016


The Corvallis School District is contracting with Analytical Laboratory Group, Inc., an independent certified laboratory, to complete comprehensive testing for lead levels in drinking water district-wide.

Results for all elementary schools have been received and show elevated lead levels in some sample locations at all schools. Staff have taken immediate action to eliminate access to the affected sample locations. Additional information about affected sample locations and general information about drinking water safety is available here.

All water fixtures for drinking and food preparation were tested, following the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) testing guidelines. When elevated lead levels are found, steps are immediately taken to address the cause and provide a safe environment for students and staff including:

·         Turn off water and post signage at affected fixture.

·         Identify and eliminate the source of the lead.

·         Retest the water to ensure it is safe for students and staff.

·         Notify parents, students, staff, and community of actions completed.

We will continue to communicate with parents, students and staff and update the district website with test results and actions taken. Questions may be directed to Kim Patten, CSD Director of Facilities and Transportation at 541-757-5877.

Test de Agua Potable en las escuelas de Corvallis

El distrito escolar de Corvallis ha contratado a Analytical Laboratory Group, Inc,., un laboratorio certificado e independiente, para analizar el nivel de plomo en el agua potable de todo el distrito escolar.  Todas los equipos para beber y preparación de comidas han sido examinados, siguiendo las guias de la Agencia de Protección al Ambiente( EPA).  De encontrarse niveles elevados de plomo, el distrito tomará medidas inmediatas para remediar y proporcionar un ambiente seguro para los estudiantes y personal incluyendo:

  • Cortar el suministro de agua y marcar los equipos afectados.
  • Identificar y eliminar la causa del plomo.
  • Retestear el agua potable para asegurarse de que es saludable para los estudiantes y el personal.
  • Notificar a los padres, estudiantes, personal, y a la comunidad de las acciones completadas.

Hemos recibido resultados para la escuela Lincoln mostrando elevados niveles de plomo en algunos lugares. El personal ha tomado medidas inmediatas para eliminar el acceso a las areas afectadas. Información adicional acerca de las areas afectadas e información general acerca de la sanidad del agua potable esta disponible aquí.


 

 

New Assistant Principal at Cheldelin Middle School
Published on Friday, July 29, 2016

Kyle Mabry has been hired to serve as Assistant Principal at Cheldelin Middle School starting in August. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Southern Oregon University and a Master’s degree in special education from SOU. He has also completed the administrator program at Portland State University. 

Mr. Mabry has worked as an athletic trainer in Ashland. More recently he has worked in the Salem Keizer School District for five years as a Special Education Teacher at the middle school level, and for the last two years as a behavior specialist/TOSA at McKay High School. He is also experienced with AVID, the college readiness program adopted in Corvallis middle schools last year. “Kyle is flexible and a good communicator,” according to Human Resources Director Jennifer Duvall. “He is a creative problem solver and will be a great addition to our district’s leadership team.”  Welcome Kyle!


 

Drinking Water Safety in Our Schools
Published on Thursday, July 21, 2016


The Corvallis School District is contracting with Analytical Laboratory Group, Inc., an independent certified laboratory, to complete comprehensive testing for lead levels in drinking water districtwide.

All water fixtures for drinking and food preparation were tested, following the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) testing guidelines. If elevated lead levels are found, the district will take immediate steps to address the cause and provide a safe environment for students and staff including:

·         Turn off water and post signage at affected fixture.

·         Identify and eliminate the source of the lead.

·         Retest the water to ensure it is safe for students and staff.

·         Notify parents, students, staff, and community of actions completed.

Although we expected to receive results on all samples in early August, we received results for Jefferson Elementary this week showing elevated lead levels in some sample locations. Staff have taken immediate action to eliminate access to the affected sample locations. Additional information about affected sample locations and general information about drinking water safety is available here.

We will continue to communicate with parents, students and staff and update the district website with test results and actions taken. Questions may be directed to Kim Patten, CSD Director of Facilities and Transportation at 541-757-5877.

 

 

Schools Set to Re-open for the 2016-17 School Year
Published on Wednesday, July 20, 2016

School offices will re-open on the following dates. Please contact individual schools for summer office hours. The first day of school is Wednesday, September 7, 2016.

 

July 27  Harding Center (College Hill, Running Start, WINGS)
 Aug 1 Franklin K-8, Crescent Valley HS
 Aug 8 Corvallis HS
 Aug 15 Adams, Garfield, Hoover, Lincoln, Mt. View, Wilson, Cheldelin, Linus Pauling
 Aug 17 Jefferson Elementary


 

Registration Information for Middle and High Schools
Published on Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Parents of incoming middle and high school students should be aware of the following dates and times:

Cheldelin Middle School Registration (packet pick-up)

August 25, 9 am - 3 pm 6th grade and new student enrollment

August 26, 9 am - 3 pm 7th and 8th grade returning students

Linus Pauling Middle School Registration (packet pick-up)

August 23, 9 am - noon 6th grade
August 23, 1 pm - 4 pm 7th grade
August 24, 9 am - noon 8th grade
August 24, 1 pm - 4 pm All grades

Crescent Valley High School Registration

August 3-5, 9 am - 3 pm Packet pick-up for all grades

Pick up schedule, pay fees, ID photos
August 23, 9 am - 12 pm  Seniors
August 23, 1 pm - 4 pm Juniors
August 24, 9 am - 12 pm Sophomores
August 24, 1 pm - 4 pm Freshman
August 29, 9 am 12 pm and 1 pm - 3 pm All grades

September 6, 8 am - 12:30 pm Freshman Orientation

Corvallis High School Registration

August 8 and after, 9 am - 3 pm Packet pick-up for all grades

Pick up schedule, pay fees, ID photos
August 19, 10:30 am - 11:20 am, 10th grade new student scheduling (new to district)
August 19, 11:30 am - 12:20 pm, 9th grade new student scheduling (new to district)
August 19, 1 pm - 4 pm (by appointment), 11th and 12th grade new students

Pick up schedule, pay fees, ID photos
August 23,  10 am - 12:30 pm  Seniors
August 23, 3 pm - 5:30 pm Juniors and Seniors
August 24, 11:30 am - 2 pm Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
August 24, 4:30 pm - 7 pm All grades
August 29, 9 am 12 pm and 1 pm - 3 pm All grades

September 6, 8 am - 11 am Freshman Orientation (students only)
September 6, 6:30 pm Freshman students and parents orientation (6 pm Ice Cream Social)

First day of school for all schools is Wednesday, September 7.

 

 

 

Interim Principal Announced for Franklin K-8 School
Published on Tuesday, July 12, 2016

 

Pat Monson has been hired to serve as the interim principal at Franklin K-8 school for the 2016-17 school year. Franklin will have an interim principal for the 2016-17 school year due to the June announcement that principal Bryan Traylor has accepted a new position at Muddy Creek Charter School. The district will begin a full hiring process for this position in February 2017.

“We are happy to have a solid and experienced administrator that will support Franklin staff and students through this transition year,” shared Superintendent Noss. “Pat is a positive and high energy leader and she is well qualified for this position.”  Ms. Monson has more than thirty years of experience in K-12 education. She has worked for the Corvallis School District over the last five years, assisting with mentoring, teacher evaluations, and she has served as interim principal at Jefferson and Wilson Elementary Schools and as interim assistant principal at Crescent Valley High School. She also has strong working relationships with staff and other building principals and has exceptional experience at all levels of K-12 education. She will begin work in August and will work closely with long time Franklin teacher Carol Andresen who will serve as a teacher leader during this transition year. The teacher leader position will give the Franklin School community continuity and additional leadership during the school year.

 

Drinking Water Safety in Our Schools
Published on Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Water safety is in the news and some schools have received inquiries about the safety of drinking water in Corvallis schools. We conducted lead and copper testing on all fixtures throughout the district in 2002. At that time, we took actions to reduce lead levels at locations that exceeded EPA action level guidelines. Actions included replacement of fixtures or plumbing and re-testing.

The Corvallis water system consistently provides a reliable supply of quality tap water that surpasses all state and federal drinking water quality requirements. All but three of our buildings use City of Corvallis water. We test the well water at Mountain View and Dixie School annually in compliance with state drinking water program guidelines. Muddy Creek Charter School maintains and monitors the water system at Inavale School.

We are actively reviewing our water management plan with staff. This summer we will work with an independent third-party consultant to review our water management plan and make recommendations for representative water sampling throughout the district.

If any elevated lead levels are found, the district will take steps to address the cause and provide a safe environment for students and staff. The district will immediately:

· Stop the water from being consumed and provide safe drinking water.

· Identify and eliminate the source of lead.

· Re-test water to make sure it is safe for students and staff.

  • · Notify parents, students, and staff of the results and action taken.

Questions about water quality in our schools should be directed to the district’s Facilities Department at 541-757-5877.


 

Whooping cough cases confirmed in Corvallis schools
Published on Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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Within the last week, the Benton County Health Department has notified us of 3 confirmed cases and 1 unconfirmed case of pertussis (whooping cough) within Corvallis schools.  The students with confirmed cases attend Lincoln Elementary, Linus Pauling MS, College Hill HS, and Crescent Valley HS; while the student with the unconfirmed case attends Corvallis HS.

The best way to prevent pertussis is by vaccination.  Adolescents usually get a Tdap vaccine at 11 or 12 years old. In addition, pregnant women are given the vaccine during pregnancy or soon after.  This vaccine can help prevent or lessen the symptoms of pertussis. Check with your child’s health care provider for the last time your child had a pertussis vaccine. If your child is not up to date with this vaccine, get the child vaccinated.

Pertussis is a bacterial infection, spread by airborne droplets from coughing, and by contact with saliva or nasal secretions. The incubation period is from 7-21 days. Symptoms of pertussis include fits of coughing, severe cough, or a mild cough that may last for weeks. Young children may often vomit or gasp for breath after coughing. While older children and young adults may not appear to be particularly ill, they can spread the infection to others. Especially infants may become very sick when infected with pertussis. For that reason, pregnant women in the last trimester must also be protected from pertussis. If your child is coughing, it is important to keep him/her away from these high-risk groups.

Anyone with coughing fits, severe cough, or any cough that is not improving after 10 days should be seen and cleared in writing by a health care provider, before attending school or other group activities.  Contact your health care provider with any concerns and inform them of this case within the school.  If you have questions, please contact the Benton County Health Services at 541-766-6654 or 541-766-6255 or a school district nurse at 541-757-4527. For more information you may go to this website: http://www.cdc.gov/Features/Pertussis/    

 

Corvallis School Board seeks additional public input on Local Option Levy renewal priorities
Published on Friday, May 20, 2016


Did you know that all Corvallis schools benefit from the current local option levy supported by voters? Nearly 50 teacher positions are funded by the current levy, which will expire in 2017. The school board would like to hear from more parents and community members about levy funding priorities before putting the local option levy renewal on the ballot this November. Please take a moment to complete the online survey, available through June 15. Public comment is also invited at the May 31 School Board meeting. 

Written comments may be mailed to the school board in care of Julie Catala, Board Secretary, 1555 SW 35th Street, Corvallis, Oregon, 97333.

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Superintendent's Message

Superintendent Ryan Noss’s monthly report to the school board about what’s happening in the Corvallis School District.

"September 12, 2016 Superintendent's Report" - Posted Thursday, September 15, 2016

"August 15, 2016 Superintendent's report" - Posted Friday, August 26, 2016

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