In Person Basics

Our Schools are Ready

Get ready

Our schools are ready to serve students for in-person learning. We can't wait to see you in our classrooms. To prepare for in-person learning, we encourage families to:

Practice Wearing Your Mask

All students are required to wear a mask while at school. Be sure to practice wearing a mask before the first day so students grow comfortable with the practice.

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Know Your Schedule

Students in grades K-3 will begin All-in and will attend every day. Other grades will begin in a balanced/hybrid schedule: two days in-person, two days remote learning and Wednesdays focused on additional academic support and enrichment. Students will be divided into two cohorts based on their last name and attend either Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday (teachers will let families know their cohort).

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Plan for Meals

Schools are providing free breakfast and lunch to students at all school sites. Find out the daily menu online:

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Get Ready to Ride

To ride the bus, students must be registered for transportation. Families can register by filling out this form or calling 541-355-5702. Once registered, families should check route times and bus top locations online on our Transportation webpage. Students must wear masks while riding the bus.

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Check School Start Times

Start and stop times for elementary schools will be adjusted in order to accommodate bus routes. Physical distancing requirements mean fewer children are permitted on a bus at any time, which means more bus routes are required to bring students to school.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday start times are:

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Review Your School's Checklist

Learn more information about your school's plans by reviewing its School Safety Checklist, which includes information about recess, lunch, hallways, and more. Find your school's checklist online.


Ready for School Checklist

We are so excited to see you in class! Every day, be sure to:

  • Wear a mask
  • Pack a water bottle
  • Charge your device
  • Check for wellness: Students feeling unwell or experiencing any of the following symptoms are expected to stay home:
    • Fever (100.4 or higher) or chills
    • Coughing/shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    • Fatigue
    • Muscle or body aches
    • Headache
    • New loss of appetite or loss of taste/smell
    • Sore throat
    • Congestion or runny nose
    • Nausea or vomiting
    • Diarrhea
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Return to School

Learn about safety measures, communication and more on our Return to School website:

Return to School