• Local Service Plan Resolution Services 2020-2021

    NESD provides services to its constituent districts within Gilliam, Sherman, and Wheeler counties per ORS 334.175(2) – these include Technology Services, Administrative & Support Services, School Improvement Services, Programs for Children with Special Needs, EI/ECSE, and Instructional Support Services. This document details the service plan for the 2020-2021 year.

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  • Local Service Plan Resolution Services 2019-2020

    NESD provides four resolution services to its constituent districts within Gilliam, Sherman, and Wheeler counties per ORS 334.175(2) – Special Education Services, Technology Services, Administrative and Support Services, and School Improvement Services as well as additional services. 

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  • North Central ESD Healthy and Safe Schools Plan 2019

    Healthy School Facilities
    Healthy learning environments provide a safe place to grow and thrive. NCESD is working with state agencies, partner organizations and school districts across the state to reduce our children’s exposure to harmful contaminants in schools. 

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  • Integrated Pest Management Plan

    Integrated Pest Management, also known as IPM, is a process for achieving long-term, environmentally sound pest suppression through a wide variety of tactics. Control strategies in an IPM program include structural and procedural improvements to reduce the food, water, shelter, and access used by pests. Since IPM focuses on remediation of the fundamental reasons why pests are here, pesticides are rarely used and only
    when necessary.

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  • Lead Testing Results

    The analyses were perfonned according to the guidelines in the Neilson Research Corporation Quality
    Assurance Program. This report contains analytical results for the sample(s) as received by the laboratory.

    Water Test Results Table

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  • Radon Plan

    The 2015 Legislature passed House Bill (HB) 2931 so that elevated radon levels in Oregon schools would be known. House Bill 2931 later became Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 332.166-167. As directed by this statute, all school districts in Oregon must develop a plan to accurately measure school buildings for elevated radon levels. Under the statute, school districts must submit a plan to Oregon Health Authority (OHA) by September 1, 2016.
    Per ORS 332.166-167, actual testing of schools must be done on or before January 1, 2021 and the testing results sent to OHA and posted on the school or school district's website. This plan will develop the protocols necessary for compliance.

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