School and District Report Cards
The Oregon Department of Education produces yearly report cards for schools and districts. These reports were mandated by the 1999 state legislature and provide educators with an opportunity to communicate directly with parents and community members about how local schools are performing.
In 2013, the Oregon Department of Education released a newly redesigned school and district Report Card. This new Report Card is the product of a year of review and revisions, led by an external Report Card Steering Committee and informed by feedback from thousands of stakeholders around the state.
The goals of the redesign were to:
- More accurately reflect student learning and growth
- Incorporate key measures of college and career readiness
- Align the report card with district’s achievement compacts
- Make the Report Cards more user friendly and accessible
You may view School and District Report Cards on the Oregon Department of Education websites.
District Reports on Use of Physical Restraint and Seclusion
The use of physical restraint and/or seclusion is only permitted as part of a behavioral support plan when other less restrictive interventions would not be effective and the student’s behavior poses a threat of imminent, serious physical harm to the student or others.
- 2015-16 Summary Report – No Data to Report
- 2014-15 Summary Report – No Data to Report
- 2013-14 Summary Report – No Data to Report
- 2012-13 Summary Report – No Data to Report
- 2011-12 Summary Report – No Data to Report
Oregon English Language Learner Reports
The Oregon English Language Learner Report is an annual publication required by ORS 327.016, which reports on financial information for English language learner programs and the objectives and needs of students eligible for and enrolled in an English language learner program. The report provides information on the demographics of students in English language learner programs in each school district. In addition, this report provides a tool that makes data on English language learners accessible to researchers, media, students, and parents.
- 2015-16 Report to the Legislature on English Language Learners (PDF Source: ODE)
- 2014-15 Report to the Legislature on English Language Learners (PDF Source: ODE)
Healthy and Safe Schools Plan
Each school district, education service district (ESD), and public charter school must develop a Healthy and Safe Schools Plan for all buildings owned or leased by the school district or public charter school where students and staff are present on a regular basis. This is a new requirement. The relevant rules, OAR 581-022-2223 and OAR 581-024-0275, were adopted by the State Board of Education in August 2016.
- Healthy and Safe Schools Plan (1/1/2017, PDF)
- Radon Plan (PDF) – OAR 581-022-2223(5)(c) states that the Healthy and Safe Schools Plan must include a plan to test for elevated levels of radon as required under ORS 332.167.
- Lead in Drinking Water – OAR 581-022-2223(5)(d) states that the Healthy and Safe Schools Plan must include a plan to test for and reduce exposure to lead in water used for drinking or food preparation.
- Integrated Pest Management Plan (PDF) – OAR 581-022-2223(5)(f) states that the Healthy and Safe Schools Plan must include a plan to implement integrated pest management (IPM) practices as required under ORS 634.700 through 634.750.