• Give Us Your Feedback — Join our Student Success Act Community Part Two on Thursday, March 12. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the District Office; 22210 SW Stafford Road, Tualatin.


    Can't Attend the March 12 Forum? Give Us Your Feedback Through an Online Survey — District Student Investment Account Grant Application

    In November, the West Linn-Wilsonville community provided pivotal feedback to help the district make improvements that reduce academic disparities and meet students' mental or behavioral health needs. That input shaped the district's Continuous Improvement Plan, which was submitted to the Oregon Department of Education and approved in December.
     
    The West Linn-Wilsonville School District is now eligible to receive approximately $7.6 million in grant funds.
     
    The District will host a public Community Forum on Thursday, March 12, beginning at 6 p.m. at the District Office; 22210 SW Stafford Road. There, district staff will engage community members in specific feedback regarding the district's two areas of priority in relation to the SIA Grant Application: Students' Mental and Behavioral Health Needs and Increasing Academic Achievement/Reducing Disparities.
     
    If you can't attend the March 12 meeting, or prefer to provide feedback online, please take the District's Online Survey. Learn more about the SIA Grant Application and Student Success Act by watching an informational webinar. 

    SIA Grant Informational Webinar ENGLISH

    West Linn-Wilsonville 2019-20 Continuous Improvement Plan

    In May 2019, the Oregon Legislature and the Governor signed the Student Success Act (HB 3427). This law provides funding, in the form of a grant, to all Oregon schools. The West Linn-Wilsonville School District is able to access an estimated $7 million in grant funds through a state application process.

    The funds must be used to increase student outcomes by addressing five specific areas of importance:

    1. Reducing academic disparities
    2. Meeting students' mental and/or behavioral health needs
    3. Providing equitable access to academic courses
    4. Allowing teachers and staff sufficient time to collaborate and review student data and develop strategies to support all students
    5. Establishing strong partnerships for student achievement

    The District spent November engaging stakeholders through a variety of methods. The District engaged historically underserved populations through small focus groups, personal phone calls, targeted and facilitated surveys, surveys of 300 current high school students, large group surveys to West Linn-Wilsonville staff and parents, and two community forums. Input was added to relevant data the District previously collected in recent months, including West Linn-Wilsonville Education Association (WWEA) survey data, budget survey data, capital bond summit feedback data, high school study data, high school accreditation survey data, health/wellness curriculum input data, communication survey data, special education parent survey data, board safety advisory committee data, and more. 

    Using that community engagement feedback, the District created its Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP). The CIP was presented during the December 2 School Board meeting. Following consultation with the Clackamas Education Service District, West Linn-Wilsonville submitted the CIP to the Oregon Department of Education on Dec. 6. The CIP will inform the Student Success Act Grant Application later in the year.