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Welcome to Perrydale School District, Where Excellence in Education is Treasured.

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Perrydale School District is dedicated to creating the best learning environment possible for your student, and supplying you and your student with all of the tools to assure their success. 

We are located in the heart of the beautiful Willamette Valley.  Our teachers and staff are all committed to maintaining the highest standards of learning that our schools has come to be known for. If you would like more information regarding specific programs please contact our office, and they would be happy to help.

 

Contact Us

503-623-2040    503-835-3184    (fax) 503-835-0631

7445 Perrydale Road, Amity, Oregon 97101 

 

Office Hours

7:00am - 4:30pm Monday - Thursday

Perrydale School District operates on a 4 day week, with most Fridays off.

Check our district calendar for Friday hours

The following link is for all Distance Learning Information and classrooms: Distance Learning

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Important Updates

FALL REOPENING PLANS AS OF JULY 31

Planning for school in the fall is a process that is ongoing. Our guiding concerns are the safety of our students and staff as we provide a quality education. Administration, staff, and community have come together to develop the plans for the upcoming school year.  We have made the greatest efforts to add space, modify space, and move classroom around to make sure social distancing could be practiced beyond the minimums recommended by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).  We want you to know where things stand right now.

 

Overview

Today (July 31, 2020), we are releasing a draft of our plans for reopening in the fall as they currently stand. Please be aware these plans are subject to change in the future and we will communicate those decisions when we make them. The plans have been developed to follow the current guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Oregon Department of Education (ODE). You can read those guidelines here.

Students will begin the school year in an online distance learning model that includes engaging lessons and interaction with both peers and teachers.  If it is safe to open on October 5, we will return to school starting with a hybrid system (which will include a combination of part time onsite and part time online) for two weeks before moving to full time, onsite learning.

Parents/guardians will also have the option of choosing all distance learning for their student (ie. no onsite learning). This will also be aligned with the onsite learning their peers are completing. Families can make the determination during school registration on August 3 and 4.

We know this uncertainty is challenging for students, families, and staff. We know an onsite model brings many concerns for families. We are doing the best we can in this environment to keep students and staff safe and to provide a quality education for all students. We will continue to prepare, respond, and adapt to conditions and guidelines that we know will continue to change in the weeks ahead.

What are the major safety precautions in these plans?

Dividing students into stable cohorts for onsite learning keeps exposure and contact more limited, allows for social distancing, and helps for contact tracing when there is a confirmed case of COVID-19. Students will be assigned different places to enter the school, where an evaluation of symptoms and health will occur each day. Symptomatic students will be isolated until a family member picks them up. Parents/guardians will agree to not send symptomatic children to school and to self-report any confirmed case of COVID-19.  

As much as possible, students will remain in a classroom except for scheduled breaks or recess via cohorts.  Face coverings are required for staff and all students. Markings in the hallways will designate one-way traffic to reduce exposure, and lunch will happen in classrooms or designated areas. Extra cleaning of surfaces will occur throughout the day and when different students use the same spaces.

What will the schedule look like?

Elementary students will attend school M-Th. Students will arrive no earlier than 7:30 AM.  Wellness checks will occur at the students assigned entry from 7:30-7:45 AM.  Classes will start at 7:45 AM and end at 2:45 PM so teachers can support the students that will be completing their school year completely online. Breakfast and lunch will be served in the student’s classrooms. Students will be released through an assigned exit.

Middle school students will attend school M-Th. Students will arrive no earlier than 7:30 AM.  Wellness checks will occur at the students assigned entry from 7:30-7:45 AM.  Classes will start at 7:45 AM and end at 2:45 PM so teachers can support the students that will be completing their school year completely online. Breakfast and lunch will be served in the student’s classrooms and/or designated areas.  MS students will be assigned a cohort and will have four 1.5 hour class blocks.  These blocks may be a single course per block or broken into smaller blocks of time for a variety of subjects to allow for some electives. This schedule allows the most flexibility for assigning staff and gives students a better ability to focus on less classes at any given time.  Students will be released through an assigned exit.

High school students will attend school M-Th. Students will arrive no earlier than 7:30 AM.  Wellness checks will occur at the students assigned entry from 7:30-7:45 AM.  Classes will start at 7:45 AM and end at 2:45 PM so teachers can support the students that will be completing their school year completely online. Breakfast and lunch will be served in the student’s classrooms and/or designated areas.  Students will attend four classes per day in 1.5 hour blocks.  Each completed quarter class will earn a semester credit.  Students will have the opportunity for an elective online course if they choose Upperclassmen can gain credit either have work release or attend an internship in lieu of an online course.  This schedule allows the most flexibility for assigning staff and gives students a better ability to focus on less classes at any given time.  Students will be released through an assigned exit.

 

Please click the Operational Blueprint for a draft of the plan.

Please complete our survey once you have reviewed the plan to give feedback.

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Are you interested in becoming more involved in the decisions made at Perrydale School District?  We are seeking members of our school community, whether you live in the district or not, to serve on committees that make suggestions to the administration and/or school board.  The following committees need volunteers:

Facilities, Security, Communications, Negotiations, Policy, Activities/Busing, and Curriculum.

Each year the school district must report to ODE the results of Division 22 Assurances.  Perrydale reported on Division 22 Assurances during the January 2020 board meeting.

Questions, concerns or thoughts on a potential bond can be sent to Bond2020@perrydale.k12.or.us.  

Check out Ms. Schorr's website for High School Success

Parents please check into the office if you are going to be visiting the school.  This includes going down the Elementary and Middle School Hallways before and after school.  Visitors must have a visitors badge on at all times.  Elementary parents, we ask that you say your goodbyes in the old gym or outside.  If you need to speak with a teacher, feel free to email them or call ahead and make an appointment.

Thank you all that participated Student Success Act community survey .  Click for SIA Application submitted to ODE.

2020-2021 District Calendar 

Safe Oregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff, community members and law enforcement officers to report and respond to student safety threats.  When a potential safety threat is reported, we have the chance to prevent violence.   Click on the icon to visit the website to learn more or to report a tip.

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Adverse Weather Updates:  

The school will use the all call system to notify parents or click below for the Flash Alert Newswire. The Flash Alert Newswire notifies local news and radio stations for school closures and delays. 

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