District office contact information: 802 Schlador Street, Silverton, OR 97381
• Phone: (503) 873-5303 • Fax: (503) 873-2936
Silver Falls School District provides a learning environment where the highest priority is excellence in education for every student.
In partnership with parents and the community, the district offers a quality education for each student through high expectations for academic achievement, excellent employee performance, and a safe, supportive environment.
|Wells Fargo Branch Manager Darryl Ragsdale|
presents a $1,500 ceremonial check to Eugene
Field Elementary Principal Jennifer Hannan.
Wells Fargo Branch Manager Jillian Pemberton
At the November 14, 2011 Regular Session, the Silver Falls School Board approved new board member zone boundaries. Please see attached map. These changes occurred as a result of district population growth and shifts over the past 10 years as determined by the most recent census. The new board member boundaries result in nearly equal population in each of the seven zones.
It is important to note that these board zone changes do not result in any school attendance boundary changes for the District.
Andy Bellando, Superintendent
The 2011-2012 Silver Falls School Board Goals were approved at the September 12 regular meeting. They identify the targeted areas for the District and will be reviewed by the Board throughout the school year. Attached are the Goals for your review.
Attached are the 2011-2012 Professional Goals of Andy Bellando, Silver Falls School District Superintendent.
To read the Superintendent's Budget Message or review the 2011-2012 Budget Summaries, please click on attachments.
Euguene Field and Butte Creek Elementary are recipients of Wells Fargo grant. Read More
As many of you are aware, the State Board of Education recently raised math expectations for students in elementary and middle school to create better alignment between the lower grades and the new high school graduation requirements for math. While this increased rigor will initially result in fewer students meeting the achievement standard in math, this higher bar is necessary to get our students ready for Oregon’s graduation requirements and success after high school.
Many educators, parents, and community members have questions about these higher expectations and what they will mean for Oregon kids. In order to facilitate discussion, answer questions, and provide easy access to materials and recourse, ODE is developing a Math Achievement Standards 2010-11 webpage. This page will provide the current and previous achievement standards, links to professional development opportunities, and access to a range of resources including State Board dockets, an FAQ, information about the standard setting process, achievement level descriptors, communications tools, and more. The new webpage will be available soon at the following link: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?=3182.
Our district is proactive in providing parents with information that benefits the health and safety of students and demonstrates our committment to the wellbeing of all faculty, staff, students and visitors.
Go to the following website to view key information such as:
- Our staff training on the prevention and identification of child abuse (as required under Oregon SB 379.)
- Our staff training on the prevention, identification, and obligations to report child abuse and employee sexual conduct (as required under Oregon HB 2062).
A new service has just been added to the Silver Falls School District website. You can now watch video recordings of the School Board, City Council, Planning Commission meetings as well as other community
related events covered by Fox/SCAN-TV productions on this website.
To view these videos click on SCAN-TV under the District Services and then select "Videos"
You can also get to the videos by going to www.scan-tv.org