Central Point School District #6

Parent Information Center

What is House Bill 2062?

House Bill 2062, was passed by the Oregon State Legislature in 2009 and is now included in ORS 339.370.  It requires that district boards adopt a policy on reporting sexual conduct by a district employee that is directed toward a student.  It modifies hiring procedures for districts as well as impacting information shared through the employee reference process.

Central Point School District is committed to providing a learning environment free of all forms of abuse, assault, harassment, and coercive conduct, including sexual misconduct.

Annual Training Required

The district is required to provide annual training to all employees and to make such training available to parents and students regarding the prevention, identification and reporting of sexual conduct and child abuse.  We contract with SafeSchools to provide the training.   Parents and Students interested in reviewing the information from the trainings contact the Human Resource Office at 541-494-6238.

 Parent Notification Regarding Teacher Qualifications

By federal law, parents have the right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of the classroom teacher(s) serving their child(ren).  If you would like information about the professional qualifications of your child’s classroom teacher(s), please contact Mike Meunier, Director of Human Resources, 541.494.6232 or mike.meunier@district6.org .  You may also visit the Teachers Standards and Practices website at http://www.oregon.gov/TSPC/Pages/index.aspx and look up the licensure and endorsements held by licensed educators.

Parent Involvement Policy

The Board recognizes that parent involvement is vital to achieve maximum educational growth for students participating in the district’s education program.  Here are copies of the district’s parent involvement policies (IGBCA and IGBC).  If you would like to be involved in reviewing or updating the district parent involvement policies, please contact board secretary Amy Shipley or 541.494.6202.

Each school in District 6 provides multiple opportunities for parent involvement.  Please contact your student’s school or check their website for ways that you can be involved including, but not limited to:  Site Council, PTA/PTO, Parent Advisory Groups, School Improvement Teams, school volunteer opportunities, Parent Conferences, Title I Meetings, Migrant (Title IC) Meetings, English Language Learning (Title III) meetings, and many others.
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