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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 . . .
Place your child on the path to academic success at Eagle Point School District! Watch our video
The New EPHS website is proud to introduce the Coaches Corner . This webpage allows instant access to a variety of trainings, tests or district forms that are required for coaches to teach our eager student-athletes. The main purpose is to help school sites be more efficient and coaches be self-sufficient. As the Athletics/Activities Supervisor, I hope you find this as helpful as I have anticipated it will be. Thank you to all our coaches whether they be former, current, or future! The hard work and dedication makes a difference. Click here to go to Coaches Corner Matt York Athletic/Activities Supervisor Eagle Point High School
Update: November 14, 2014: Superintendent Rickert has been invited to attend an event at the White House in Washington D.C . on Wednesday, November 19, 2014. Due to the hard work and expertise of all of our amazing staff and students, our district was nominated and then selected to attend the ConnectedED to the Future event, hosted by the President, which will formally launch the national Future Ready Schools initiative. Take a look at this short video featuring our amazing staff and students putting the . . .
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 . . .
Download the official Jackson County SD 9 app today for access to your school’s student info, athletics / activities schedules, tip line, immediate notifications, and much more! read more
Winter 2014 – 2015 Dear Patrons of Jackson County School District 9: Every student, every classroom, every day! I hope you have read or heard our motto this year. These six, simple words most easily capture our mission and beliefs in JCSD 9. We are well aware that every student needs a great . . . read more
D9 is launching an all out effort this year to inform parents and guardians about their student's attendance trends. Our hope is that our community embraces the value in teaching our children, life long positive habits that support success. It really does start with "Showing Up!" We will be sharing district, . . . read more
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