LRPC - Membership and Charge

  • Three Open Positions — Apply Now! The West Linn-Wilsonville Long Range Planning Committee has two vacancies on the Long Range Planning Committee. Fill out this form to apply and return to Kelly Douglas. Applications are due by July 30, 2020.

    West Linn - Wilsonville School District

    LONG RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE  

    NEXT LRPC MEETING: Wednesday, July 15th @ 6:00  PM. via ZOOM MEETINGS

    Due to the coronavirus state-wide restrictions and in keeping with the efforts of social distancing to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, the meeting of the West Linn-Wilsonville School Board will be conducted online, rather than in person.   

    2020-2021 MEMBERSHIP ROSTER

    Position 1
      Term Expires: 6/30/23

    Samy Nada

    Samy Nada

    Position 6
      Term Expires: 6/30/22

    Position 7
      Term Expires: 6/30/23

    Kim Jordan Kim Jordan

    Position 5
      Term Expires: 6/30/21

    Position 4
      Term Expires: 6/30/22

    Julie Miller

    Position 2
      Term Expires: 6/30/22

    Grady Nelson

    Grady Nelson

    Position 3
      Term Expires: 6/30/21

    CM

    Chelsea King

    Board Position 2
      School Board Liason

     

     

     
    The Long Range Planning Committee is a seven member citizen committee responsible for guiding the development of the Long Range Plan, that provides a rational framework for evaluating and addressing future school facility needs as the West Linn and Wilsonville areas grow.

    The West Linn - Wilsonville School District has a long-standing commitment to planning for the future and collaborating with the cities and counties within its boundaries. The first Long Range Plan, originally titled the Long Range School Facilities Plan, was finalized in 1996. It was the result of a joint planning effort between the District, the cities of West Linn and Wilsonville, and Clackamas County to address residential development in the District and related enrollment issues. An intergovernmental agreement (IGA) was approved by the participants. It called for improved planning coordination and it obligated the District to develop a facilities plan. The Long Range Plan has proved to be an enormously helpful tool to help guide the District in preparing for future student enrollment and school facilities needs. The Long Range Plan is developed by the Long Range Planning Committee and adopted by the School Board.