Oregon’s Governor Kate Brown announced Wednesday that Oregon school closures will be extended through the rest of the academic year as the state continues to battle the spread of coronavirus. The closure will impact in-person classes for public and private schools.
Oregon is scheduled to switch to a “Distance Learning For All” plan, with a deadline of April 13 to get every student on a digital lesson plan.
All seniors who were on track to graduate prior to classes being canceled, including having passing grades in all courses required for graduation, will receive passing grades and earn a diploma.
Seniors who did not have passing grades can work with schools to improve their grades, the governor said.
Download Graduation Pathways 2020: A RESOURCE IN SUPPORT OF OUR 2020 SENIORS for graduation guidance from the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).
We will be receiving guidance on the other grade levels in the near future and will continue to update you as it comes in.
Columbia Gorge ESD, North Central ESD, and the Columbia Gorge STEM Hub have curated the following resources to assist educators and families with leading distance learning. These include ALL subjects.
Learning from Home Resources (for parents)
Oregon COVID-19 Daily Update Summary as of Monday 04/06/2020
The Oregon Health Authority and Department of Human Services sent this Coronavirus Update bulletin at 03/15/2020 05:20 PM PDT. Follow the link to read the bulletin with information and resource links.
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