School Board General Information

  • 2019-2020 West Linn-Wilsonville School Board of Directors

    Regan Molatore
    Board Chair
    503-638-0940
    Position 1
    Term Expires
    6/30/2021
    Dylan Hydes
    Dylan Hydes
    Board Member
    503-892-1896
    Position 3
    Term Expires
    6/30/2021
    Ginger Fitch
    Board Member
    503-954-9829
    Position 5
    Term Expires
    6/30/2021
    Board Vice Chair
    503-307-8679
    Position 2
    Term Expires
    6/30/2023
    Board Member
    503-826-4588
    Position 4
    Term Expires
    6/30/2023

    Mission Question
    How do we create learning communities for the greatest thinkers and most thoughtful people... for the world?

     

    Vision Themes
    Academic Excellence - Personalized Education - Community Partnerships
    Circle of Support - The Whole Child  - Integrated Technology


      2019-2020 District Goals

    The Board is responsible for establishing educational goals which will guide both the Board and staff in working together toward the continuing improvement of the educational program.  The School Board invites the community voice in guidance of the work on these goals. Strategically, the West Linn-Wilsonville School Board intends to communicate interactively in seeking common ground to continually define the district's values and strengths. As a Board we have established district goals to:

    1. Grow student achievement through the use of high leverage instructional and engagement strategies to raise rigor, disrupt systems of racism, and generate equitable outcomes for all students while eliminating opportunity and achievement gaps.
    2. Align, evaluate and update integrated systems of professional growth, assessment, inclusive practices and accountability to build competence, confidence and self-efficacy for every student.
    3. Operate in an accessible and transparent manner to encourage and foster community involvement as our parents, students and community partners are an integral and valued voice in our district.
    4. Be responsive to community growth and student learning needs of the future by conducting long-range capital improvements and financial planning through processes and practices for long-term financial stability and sustainability. 

    2018-19 Work Plan

    The 2018-19 Work Plan outlines district priorities.