Two schools earn "strong"rating, others satisfactory

Mountain View Elementary hosted the District 9 school board meeting on Nov. 14.
Supt. Rickert summarized the district’s 2006-07 report card, which had been received from the Oregon Department of Education. School ratings were as follows:
Eagle Point High School, Eagle Point Middle School, Eagle Rock Elementary, Little Butte, Mountain View Elementary, Shady Cove and White City Elementary all received an overall grade of "satisfactory."

Lake Creek Learning Center and White Mountain Middle School were rated
"strong" overall. Connections was not rated nor was Elk Trail.
The district did not meet the federal adequate yearly progress standard.
was discussion about the level of academic achievement and concern
expressed by board members that the district was below state averages.
The staff expressed interest in comparing scores from the previous year
to the current report and will bring that data to the December board
First reading was held on a number of revisions
to board policy. Between the first reading and the second reading,
which will be at the December meeting, the public can  review the
changes proposed. Some of the policies include: district goals, board
legal status, bargaining goals, individual board member’s authority and
responsibility and board elections, among others.
of budget committee members was tabled until the December meeting.
Board member Scott Grissom was absent from the October meeting and said
he had not seen the list of applicants. Those applying include: Ken
Johnson, Doug McKinley, JB Dimick, Hart Wilson and Mike Malepsy. There
are three vacancies.
Human Resource Director Mike Remick
gave a presentation of the materials to be used for evaluations. The
district will be using Charlotte Danielson’s "Enhancing Professional
Practice- A Framework for Teaching" as the standard for evaluations
throughout the district.
By Nancy Leonard
Of the Independent


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