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Safe Oregon

Feel Safe. Be Safe.

SafeOregon gives kids, parents, schools and their communities a way to report safety threats or potential acts of violence. Together, we’ll empower people to speak out and spark change.

Encouraging reporting at schools or online leads to a culture of safety. When a potential safety threat is reported, we have the chance to prevent violence. Working as a community to keep school safe is the highest priority at SafeOregon.


Attention Seniors

Looking for the latest updates about senior pictures and quotes, graduation, or scholarship news?

Check out the Senior Dashboard for senior news and updates about yearbook deadlines, ordering cap and gowns, college admissions, the senior trip, and anything else senior related!

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College Corner

Unsure of the right steps to take to get into the college of your choice? Do you have questions about what you can do as a Freshman to make sure you're on the right track to go to college?

Then visit the College Corner to learn what you should be doing each year of high school to make sure you are on the right track to college and future success!

The College Corner features essential resources, tips, and advice for applying to college and helps reduce the confusion and anxiety surrounding the admissions process.

Click here to learn more about how YOU can go to college!

Important Information about the SBAC

Students in Oregon take state tests in English language arts and math, called Smarter Balanced their junior year of high school. We know that an end-of-the-year test cannot possibly tell us everything about your child’s academic progress. However, the results do act as a snapshot of your child’s strengths and areas for improvement and can be used as a way to ensure he or she is getting the supports he or she needs

For high school students, it is a graduation requirement to meet essential skills in English language arts and math. Should a student opt out of taking the Smarter Balanced Assessment, the student will need to meet these essential skills by completing and passing multiple work samples for language arts and math.

Should you wish to opt your child out, you may pick up the form at the Central Point School District Office. Please submit the completed form to Sue Barlow in the main office of BIS. You can read more about your rights to opt-out at http://tinyurl.com/OR-HB2655

Click here to read the full letter by Principal Slaughter