The Division 22 Report is an annual report required of school districts to show compliance with the state standards (during the previous school year) as set forth in OAR chapter 581. A district must post the report on compliance with state standards on the districts web page by November 1st.
Each District shall provide an age-appropriate, comprehensive plan of instruction focusing on human sexuality education, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections and disease prevention in elementary and secondary schools (Reviewed every 2 years-last review 3/19)
Each eligible entity desiring a subgrant from the State educational agency (SEA) under section 3114 shall submit a plan to the State educational agency at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the SEA may require. This is the plan Fern Ridge submitted for 2017-2019. We received approval from Oregon Department of Education on March 30, 2018.
COMMUNICABLE DISEASE MANAGEMENT PLAN: The Fern Ridge School District follows the published Communicable Disease Guidelines from the Oregon Department of Education and the Oregon Health Authority.
COVID-19 SPECIFIC PLAN/ADDENDUM: This plan is specifically related to COVID-19 and the current Ready Schools Safe Learners guidance put out by the Oregon Department of Education for the 20-21 school year.
ELL Reports – English (Reviewed annually – last review 5/19)
The Oregon English Language Learner Report is an annual publication required by law (ORS 327.016), which reports on financial information for English language learner (ELL) programs, the objectives and needs of students eligible for and enrolled in an English language learner program, and provides information on the demographics of students in English language learner programs in each school district. In addition, this report serves as a tool that makes data on English language learners accessible to researchers, media, students, and parents.n
Información sobre este informe El Informe sobre los estudiantes del idioma inglés de Oregon es una publicación anual obligatoria por ley (ORS 327.016), que brinda información financiera de los programas para estudiantes del idioma inglés (English language learner, ELL), los objetivos y las necesidades de los estudiantes elegibles para un programa para estudiantes del idioma inglés y que están inscrito en uno y brinda los datos demográficos de estudiantes en programas de este tipo en cada distrito escolar. Además, este informe es una herramienta que brinda datos sobre los estudiantes del idioma inglés a los investigadores, los medios de comunicación, los estudiantes y los padres de familia.
OAR 581-022-2223 has several provisions, one of which is that each school district 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. Among other things, the OAR 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 (renumbered in 2017 to 332.345). Our plan fulfills the requirements as guided by law. (Reviewed annually – last review 6/20)
The FRSD Wellness policy, policy EFA, states: “At least once every three years, the district will evaluate compliance with the local wellness policy, to assess the implementation of the policy and produce a triennial progress report. (Last triennial report completed 10/2019)
Oregon Senate Bill 637 (incorporated into ORS Chapter 634 upon finalization in 2009) requires all school districts to implement integrated pest management in their schools. For this reason, the Fern Ridge School District School Board adopted this integrated pest management plan for use on the campuses of our district. Our plan explains how we will address all issues involved with responsible pest management.
(ORS) 332.166-167 (renumbered in 2017 to 332.341 – 345) directs all school districts in Oregon to develop a plan that guides accurately measuring school buildings for elevated radon levels. The plan posted here was developed by our facilities and maintenance staff and explains the protocols necessary for compliance as well as how Fern Ridge School District will follow those protocols. Oregon Health Authority’s Testing for Elevated Radon in Oregon Schools, specifically Appendices A and D will be used to guide this effort. The plan posted here was developed for the Fern Ridge School District. Fern Ridge School District will also use the “Testing for Elevated Radon in Oregon Schools” document published by Oregon Health Authority in 2016 for detailed testing instructions.
Fern Ridge School District Radon testing completed Fall of 2019: (Next testing 2029)