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Due to recent legislation regarding interdistrict transfers being signed into law this year at the state level, all Oregon school districts were required to change our transfer policies, effective for the 2014-15 school year. If you reside outside of our district and wish to transfer to JCSD9 : On May 14, 2015 the Board of Directors adopted policy JECB-AR Admission of Nonresident Students . This policy establishes that JCSD9 will accept any non-resident student who submits a Notice of Intent to Enroll to Jackson County School District 9, with the exception of students expelled from another district. Please click on this link and submit your "Intent to Transfer in to JCSD9" form electronically. You may be required to receive written consent from the district in which the student resides. If you live in our district and wish to transfer to another school district: On May 14, 2015 the Board of Directors adopted policy JECF-AR Interdistrict Transfer of Resident Students. This policy establishes that JCSD9 will release 30 new students who apply to attend a school in another district. . . .
2-1-1 service helps you help others The winter months are a critical time for our schoolchildren. Two-thirds of them come from families that are struggling to make ends meet. For these families, a bout of the flu or a big heating bill can become a crisis. When you reach out to a needy child this winter, remember that you aren’t alone. Many public and private agencies stand ready to help. And they are now accessible through one telephone number: 2-1-1. Dialing 2-1-1 connects you to help with food, clothing, shelter, heating aid, transportation, medical care – and . . .
School district working on proposal for full-day kindergarten in 2014 (SPANISH VERSION) Jackson County School District 9 is developing a proposal to start full-day kindergarten programs at all elementary schools in the fall of the 14-15 school year. If approved by the School Board, the proposal would double the amount of instruction that local kindergarteners receive compared to the current half-day program. The plan would also enable D9 to start full-day kindergarten a year ahead of most Oregon districts that will be required to do so in the fall of . . .
On Sunday June 8 th , employees of School District 9 gathered to celebrate excellence. The celebration was held at the Talon Grill at the Eagle Point Golf Course in their beautiful outdoor pavilion. Following a time for colleagues to catch up and a tasty luau dinner the ceremony began with emcees Paul Cataldo (EPHS) and Harry Hedrick (ERE). Recognition of service for our retirees was the first order of business. The following are D9 retirees: Nick Baker, James Long and Kelly Mannenbach (EPHS); Jeanne Britt and Vince Marlia (HES); Mona Hartman (WCE); Steve Krook . . .
JCSD9 is very proud to announce that Matt York has been selected as our Athletic / Activity Supervisor. Mr. York has been a teacher at Eagle Point High School for the past year and an assistant coach in the Lady Eagles basketball program. Prior to coming to Eagle Point he was a teacher and athletic director for Seaside High School in Seaside California. Mr. York brings a wealth of athletic experience to our school district. Mr. York grew up in Gresham Oregon and played college baseball at Mount Hood Community College and Colorado State University of Pueblo. During his short tenure at EPHS, he has made an enormous impact with both the students and staff. He is well liked by the students and well respected by his colleagues. Mr. York was selected from a very rich pool of candidates and his colleagues are enthusiastic about where he will take our programs. The administration in JCSD9 respects the level of expectation that Mr. York has for himself and is eager to see how he instills that level of expectation into all of our programs. Mr. York believes that building a family like atmosphere within . . .
We are excited to share that the JCSD9 Board of Directors approved a charter school proposal during last night's board meeting. The proposal was submitted by Dr. James Mannenbach to create the Crater Lake Charter Academy to provide additional appropriate educational opportunities for our families and students. The academy would be a district sponsored charter school and our school board is very excited to be working together with Dr. Mannenbach and the Crater Lake Charter Academy Board of Directors. In the past 6-10 years we have lost more than 400 students to charter schools. This past year we created the D9 Online Program which brought back 71 of our resident students that were attending charter schools. The D9 Online Program has been the "sounding board" to begin the charter school proposal. Crater Lake Charter Academy wants to provide a charter school alternative in JCSD9 that will hopefully bring back all of our resident students! Many people think that a charter school is a way to make money for our district but that is simply not true. This charter school . . .
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September 2014 Dear JCSD9 Patrons, The 2014-15 school year is upon us. Our kick-off and opening have been our best yet. As many of you know, our main initiatives for this year are full day kindergarten and student attendance. We are very excited about having our kindergartner students join us for a full . . . read more
We would like to formally introduce our newest administrators in JCSD9! Amy Isackson is the new principal at Shady Cove School. Mrs. Isackson has been an exceptional teacher in JCSD9 for several years. During her tenure she has been a middle school math teacher, middle . . . read more
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