Rogue River School District

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  • Superintendent Search

    The Board of Directors of the Rogue River School District #35 reviewed all the applications for the superintendent position and selected candidates to interview.  The Board held those interviews on Tuesday, December 18th.  After the interviews, the Board has selected three finalist for site visits which will occur in January.  Those finalist are:

    Patrick Lee - Superintendent of the Camas Valley School District

    Aaron Miller - Superintendent of the Vernonia School District

    Dr. April Harrison - Special Programs Director of the Rogue River School District.

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  • State Testing 30-Day Notice

    By law, Oregon school districts must notify parents about annual state testing at least thirty days before testing begins. Testing will begin in Rogue River in February 2019. A copy of the 30-day notice and opt-out form can be picked up in any school office starting on January 7, 2019.

    For more information about state testing, please visit the Oregon Department of Education website: 
    https://www.oregon.gov/ode/educator-esources/assessment/Pages/default.aspx

    2018-2019 30 Day Notice-English

    2018-2019 30 Day Notice-Spanish

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News

HELP US STOP BULLYING

  • In the Rogue River School District we are very serious about bullying.  Bullying is extremely harmful to growing children and is NOT just a part of growing up.  You can help us.  One of the greatest obstacles we face in eradicating bullying behavior is misunderstanding.  Please read and understand what bullying is:

    Bullying = Harm + Unfair match + Repetition

    Where

    • Harm means someone gets hurt – physically, socially, or emotionally
    • Unfair match means that the targeted student or group of students does not have the physical, verbal, or social means to effectively resist the bullying behavior
    • Repetition means that the harm and unfair match are repeated over a period of time

    When we don’t discriminate bullying from other behaviors such as horseplay, rudeness, fighting, and not getting along two things happen.  Action may not be taken when it is needed, or real bullying behavior may not to receive attention as quickly as it should because there are non-bullying behaviors reported as bullying.

    Real bullying is truly harmful and needs immediate attention.  A child who is targeted and repeatedly harmed in an unfair match will to lose hope.  The physical and mental harm can last a lifetime if we (you and I) don’t step in.  When all three of the conditions (harm, unfair match, and repetition) happen together the result can be dramatically worse than when only some of those conditions are met.

    Harm is wrong, but it isn’t bullying.  An unfair match is wrong, but it isn’t bullying.  Harm and an unfair match together are very wrong, but they don’t pose the same danger that bullying does.

    Please stand with me against bullying.  Recognize real bullying when you see it, and take immediate action.  That action may be as simple as telling an administrator what you have seen.  Educate your children about what bullying is.  Help us reduce false claims of bullying so that we can concentrate on real bullying behavior. 

    When you see bullying behavior ask yourself:

    • Is someone being hurt?
    • Is the person being hurt unfairly matched?
    • Is this unfair match and harm repeated over time?

    When all three are present report this as bullying.  When all three are not present report it anyway, but not as bullying.

     


                 

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