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  • West Linn-Wilsonville At-A-Glance Report Cards Show Growth in Several Areas

    Posted by West Linn-Wilsonville on 10/17/2019 9:00:00 AM

    2019 Wilsonville High School graduates take in their graduation ceremony.

    The Oregon Department of Education released 2018-19 At-A-Glance Report Cards for school districts across Oregon on Thursday, Oct. 17, showing areas of growth across several levels in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District.

    West Linn-Wilsonville saw third-grade students increase by 3 percent in English Language Arts proficiency, scoring 22 percent above the State average. Ninth grade students on track to graduate increased to 88 percent, and 12th-grade students on track to graduate increased to 95 percent, 17 percent higher than the state average.

    The district ranked as above-average in individual student progress in grades 3-8, and also reported progress in several student categories. West Linn High School saw increases in regular attenders, students on time to graduate, and students enrolling in two- or four-year universities after graduation. Wilsonville High School saw increases in ninth-graders on track to graduate, five-year completion rate, and students enrolling in two- and four-year universities after graduation.

    At-A-Glance School and District profiles also include information about West Linn-Wilsonville’s work in creating safe and welcoming schools, including the implementation of equity teams to ensure students have every opportunity to reach their full potential, and the use of safety advisory committees to improve safety and security across the district.

    Oregon as a whole also improved in several areas. For the first time since the ODE reported rates of chronic absenteeism among students, absenteeism decreased from the previous year. Districts and schools across Oregon, including in West Linn-Wilsonville, showed increased attendance.

    To read full district and school At-A-Glance profiles, visit the Oregon Department of Education website.  

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  • Safety Spotlight — District Leaders Join First Responders for Standard Response Protocol Review

    Posted by West Linn-Wilsonville on 10/11/2019 1:00:00 PM

    Local safety leaders engage in table top exercises around Standard Response Protocols.

    West Linn-Wilsonville schools practice a wide range of safety protocols and drills throughout the school year. Created by the I Love You Guys Foundation, district safety response protocols include evacuation/fire drills, lockout drills, lockdown drills, and shelter in place drills. Schools also practice earthquake drills, which

    West Linn-Wilsonville leaders regularly review Standard Response Protocols (SRPs), meeting with local law enforcement, Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue officials, and other safety partners to improve practices. West Linn-Wilsonville hosts quarterly joint safety meetings, bringing key safety stakeholders together for this work.

    The district hosted safety partners on Wednesday, Oct. 9 to review the four SRPs and participate in table-top scenarios, talking through potential safety situations. The four Standard Response Protocols that schools practice are:

    Lockout — A lockout secures and locks the building’s entryways while safely sheltering all students, staff, and visitors inside the school building. This protocol allows the school day to continue within the building. A lockout is typically called when there is danger outside the school or in the surrounding area. This could be police activity or a dangerous animal in the surrounding area.

    Lockdown — A lockdown secures students, staff, and volunteers within classrooms while leaving entrances open for emergency personnel and law enforcement to clear the building. Lights are turned out, curtains are drawn, and staff and students hide out of sight until further instruction is given. A lockdown is called when there’s a threat of danger inside the building.

    Evacuate — An evacuation requires students, staff, and visitors to relocate to another area in the event of a fire, earthquake, or other emergency situation. Students and staff regularly practice evacuations, with designated areas student groups.

    Shelter in Place — A shelter in place protocol requires students and staff to take shelter inside the school in the event that hazardous materials are released into the atmosphere, or extreme weather circumstances exist. This protocol can vary on the situation.

    To learn more about standard response protocols, as well as other safety measures in place in West Linn-Wilsonville, please visit the Safety and Security portion of the District Website.

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