Facts and Figures


School and District Report Cards

The Oregon Department of Education produces yearly report cards for schools and districts. These reports, called for by the 1999 state legislature, provide educators with an opportunity to communicate directly with parents and community members about how local schools are performing. Report cards are released each fall based on prior year data.

Publications and Reports

The school district publishes a variety of reports and informational materials covering a wide range of topics.

District Demographics and Building Utilization Reports

The Finance and Operations Department prepares By the Numbers, an annual report providing an overview of district demographics, enrollment, and building utilization.

Summary Restraint and Seclusion Reports

Enrollment Statistics

2021-22 student enrollment is approximately 6,355 students, this does not include Muddy Creek Charter School. Each fall the Corvallis School Board receives an enrollment report from staff. Visit the School Board meeting page for dates and times.

Division 22

School district superintendents are required to provide a Division 22 Report to their local school board regarding the district’s standing with respect to all Standards for Public Elementary and Secondary Schools as set forth in Oregon Administrative Rules 581-022-2305. Districts are required to report to the board and community the status on all Division 22 OARs no later than November 1, 2023. The district must also submit this data to the Oregon Department of Education by November 15, 2023. The time frame being assessed in this report is the 2022-2023 school year.

The full report is available at the link below.

Aligning for Student Success

School Level Communicable Disease Management Plans

For the 2023-24 school year, school districts, ESDs, and public charter schools must submit assurance to ODE that every public school and program has a completed School-Level Communicable Disease Management Plan that verifies the school or program is ready to prevent, detect, respond to and recover from a communicable disease event.

The full reports are available at the links below.

Wellness Triennial Assessment

At least once every three years, the district will evaluate the implementation of the Wellness Policy using a triennial assessment report provided by ODE. This assessment helps the district to celebrate what we are doing well and determine areas of focus within the Wellness Policy.

Student Investment Act Report

As required by the Student Success Act (2019 House Bill 3427), all Student Investment Account (SIA) grant recipients must complete an Annual Report and make it available on the district’s website. The Annual Report serves as an opportunity for the district to reflect and learn from our SIA implementation during the 2022-2023 school year. The four required questions ask the district to consider successes and barriers and use that learning to inform our next year of implementation.

Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention Policy Guide

Senate Bill 52 (SB 52), also known as Adi’s Act (ORS 339.343; OAR 581-022-2510), requires each school district school board to adopt a policy requiring a Student Suicide Prevention plan. These plans must be made available annually to students and the school district community and be posted on the district’s website, if applicable.

District suicide prevention plans that are compliant with state requirements provide procedural planning in the areas of prevention, intervention, and postvention, have equity and racial equity centered supports, and include a staff training process that outlines when and how students and families will be referred to appropriate mental health and crisis services.