Data, Reporting & District Plans
District & School Report Cards
The Oregon Department of Education produces yearly report cards for schools and districts. These reports were mandated by the Oregon State Legislature in 1999, and provide educators with an opportunity to communicate directly with parents and community members about how local schools are performing.
2021-2022 District & School Report Cards
Continuous Improvement Plan
Schools and districts in Oregon are called upon to engage in continuous improvement work to improve outcomes for students. A continuous improvement process is the process by which districts and schools:
- Determine what is working and what needs to change;
- Establish a process to engage stakeholders to effect change;
- Leverage effective practices to implement a plan;
- Use data to monitor and make timely adjustments to improve outcomes.
The continuous improvement process results in the development of an ambitious, priority-driven action plan where routine collaboration and decision-making among district leaders is reflected throughout implementation.
Redmond School District Continuous Improvement Plan
Student Success Act
In May 2019, Oregon’s governor signed into law the Student Success Act, a historic commitment to education, projected to generate approximately $1 billion in additional funds each year to support student learning across the state.
Division 22 Standards
The rules contained in Oregon Administrative Rules Chapter 581, Division 22 are the educational standards the Oregon Legislature or the State Board has determined must be met to be a standard school district. Compliance with the Division 22 standards ensures every student in Oregon public schools is provided with a baseline level of service.
ESSER III Federal Emergency Relief Funds
The American Rescue Plan Act, passed on March 11, 2021, provided $122.7 billion in supplemental ESSER funding, known as the ESSER III fund.
Communicable Disease Management Plans
• Prevent, detect, respond to, and recover from a communicable disease event.
• Ensure continuity of instruction for all students, regardless of support needs.
• Ensure continuity of learning during and after a communicable disease event.
• Communicate their plan to their staff, students, families, and community.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Redmond School District is committed to equal opportunity and non-discrimination in all of its educational and employment activities.
The District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disability, marital status or age in its programs and activities.
The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination:
District 504 Contact:
Tami Nakamura, Director of Student Support | Email | (541) 923-8258
District Title VI, Title IX, Age Discrimination & American Disabilities Act Contact:
Kelly Hicks, Director of Human Resources | Email | (541) 923-8922
Heather Petersen, Assistant Director of Human Resources/DEI Specialist | Email | (541) 923-8924
Redmond School District | 145 SE Salmon Drive. | Redmond, OR | 97756 | P: 541.923.5437