PHSD Community Survey - High School Success Act

The Student Success Act is a game-changer for Oregon schools. When fully implemented this act will invest approximately $2 billion for early learning and K-12 education, focusing upon key areas, such as reducing class size, increasing instructional time, addressing health and safety needs and ensuring a well-rounded education.

In order to apply for these funds our district needs all voices in the conversation.

You play a key role in this process and this survey is a meaningful way to get involved.

Please take the time to fill it out and encourage others to do the same.

Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. As always, I am open to your feedback. Your involvement and continued dedication is critical to our success. Thanks again for all the dedication you put into this important work and to helping our students succeed.

Respectfully,

Scott Linenberger

Superintendent

Pleasant Hill School District

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Workshop Wednesdays

Workshop Wednesdays are the afternoons taken every other week on a Wednesday, to allow collaboration between faculty and administration, so that teachers can coordinate what's happening in all the classrooms in a department with each other, and also get advice from the administration about upcoming directions in education.

Throughout the school year, teachers meet every two weeks in focused, meaningful professional development activities designed to improve student achievement. The focus is on four key questions:
• What do we want our students to learn?
• How do we know our students have learned it?
• How will we respond when a student is experiencing difficulty learning?
• How will we increase the rigor/provide extended learning opportunities for students when they are ready?


Why every other Wednesday?

  

   In the past, built into our school calendar were Professional Development days. We had 2 full days (8 hours each) and 2 half-days (4 hours each) for a total of 24 hours during the year. We now have 16 early release days (1½ hours per day) for a total of 24 hours. Instructional time decreased slightly at PHHS, but increased a little at PHES. Professional development conducted more frequently for shorter amounts of time is more effective than full days of training spaced months apart.

April 26, 2017

PHES

  • K-12 Social Studies Curriculum Alignment, K-12 Health Curriculum Alignment

PHHS  

  • K-12 Social Studies Curriculum Alignment, K-12 Health Curriculum Alignment

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