Central Point School District #6

Crater FFA and Horticulture Plant Sale – NOW LIVE

April 29th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

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The ONLINE Crater FFA and Horticulture Plant sale is now live! Submit your order HERE.

Plants will be available for curbside pick up only on the dates and times listed below. Traffic should enter on Hwy 99 and exit onto 3rd Street. A list of plants and prices can be found here.

May 1 2pm – 6pm
May 2 10am – 5pm
May 5 2pm – 6pm
May 8 2pm – 6pm
May 9 10am – 5pm (while inventory lasts)


D6 Connected Parent Survey #2

April 28th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

Please complete our second D6 Connected Parent Survey by the end of the day Sunday, May 3rd. Your feedback is very important to us as we continue to improve our distance learning program.

Technology Tutorials for Parents and Students

April 24th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

Are you or your student having trouble navigating all of the technology and various remote learning platforms? If so, help is available here.

Who do I contact for more help?

Elementary Schools

Central Point Elementary: cpe.d6connected@district6.org

Mae Richardson Elementary: mre.d6connected@district6.org

Jewett Elementary: jes.d6connected@district6.org

Patrick Elementary: pes.d6connected@district6.org

Sams Valley Elementary: sve.d6connected@district6.org

Middle Schools

Hanby Middle School: hms.d6connected@district6.org

Scenic Middle School: sms.d6connected@district6.org

Crater High Schools

CAHPS: cahps.d6connected@district6.org

BIS: bis.d6connected@district6.org

CRA: cra.d6connected@district6.org


District: do.d6connected@district6.org

District Español: do-espanol.d6connected@district6.org

Update: D6 Express Bus Stops Revised Beginning April 23

April 23rd, 2020 by Amy Shipley

Updated D6 Express routes beginning April 23 can be found here (English) and aquí (español). Updates include revisions to routes 7 and 11.

Update: Emergency Childcare Plan 4/15/20

April 15th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

YMCA, in partnership with D6, is providing emergency child care at Central Point Elementary and Jewett Elementary. More information can be found here (English) and here (Spanish).

D6 Connected Parent Survey

April 14th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

We want to hear from you! Please complete the first in our bi-weekly D6 Connected parent surveys by the end of the day Sunday, April 19th. Your feedback is very important as we continue to improve our distance learning program.

Support local restaurants and help D6 families in need

April 13th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

Purchase a gift card at any of the following local restaurants and D6 will get those gift cards to families in need. Or, you can donate directly to the D6 Connected Community Support Fund here.

Just one more way the D6 community is better together!

Kona Bento
Mary’s BBQ Place
Bobbio’s Pizza
Hawaiian Hut
Schmizza Pub and Grub
Thai Garden
Tamale Factory
Crater Cafe
El Poblano
Sweet Tea Express
The Point Pub & Grill
Figaro’s Pizza – Gold Hill
The Palms Cafe
Zen Zen Sushi and Teriyaki
Ma’s Restaurant


Update: D6 Express Bus Stops Revised Beginning April 14

April 13th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

Updated D6 Express routes beginning April 14 can be found here (English) and aquí (español). Route 8 has been updated to include the addition of a stop at Living Praise Church replacing the stop at Taco Delite.

Update: D6 Express Bus Stops Revised Beginning April 13

April 10th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

Updated D6 Express routes beginning April 13 can be found here (English) and aquí (español). Updates to route 6 and route 7 included.

District 6 statement on 2020 High School Seniors’ Path to Graduation

April 9th, 2020 by Amy Shipley

April 9th, 2020 -1pm

Yesterday, the Oregon Department of Education released official guidance detailing how Oregon’s high school seniors can earn their final high school credits and graduate on-time.  Along with all public schools in Oregon, District 6 is required to follow the guidance released yesterday.

The official guidance directed the following:

  1. Maintain the 24- credit requirement for the Oregon Diploma, honoring high standards for learning and achievement.
  2. Award a diploma if a senior was on track to graduate prior to the closure.  
  3. For students who were not on track to graduate at time of closure – ensure opportunity for seniors to earn credit for course work or learning they have engaged with since the school closure.
  4. Assign seniors Pass/Incomplete for all courses impacted by school closure.  A senior who had a D, C, B, or A in their course at the time of school closure would be awarded a “Pass” status for the course and receive credits toward graduation.  If a student was failing a course prior to closure they would receive an “Incomplete” for the current term and receive targeted supports in their graduation plan to help them pass the course and receive a diploma.

What does this mean for Central Point School District seniors and their families?

  1. We Will Follow State Guidelines: District 6, along with all public schools in Oregon, is required to follow guidance from the Oregon Department of Education.  We will also continue to work with ODE to advocate for our students and families when unique situations arise.
  2. Single Point of Contact: We have assigned every senior to a staff member who will work with their assigned students and families to make sure every question or concern is answered.  Seniors will also meet individually with their SSC or principal to discuss the best path for their individual needs.
  3. Education Continues:  We want to assure all students and their families that comprehensive distance learning education will continue through the end of the school year and will allow for students to receive full content, college credit options and preparation for college and career.
  4. Finding Solutions:  We recognize that some of our seniors are in situations where the need for graded work is crucial to their future, including scholarships, NCAA eligibility, Advanced Placement, Dual Credit and preparation for college.  We will work with every senior to assure that requirements for all of these situations are met.

Diploma paths for District 6 seniors:

Seniors who were “on -track” to graduate prior to the closure:

Seniors who were on track to graduate on March 13th and had passing grades in their courses during either the previous trimester (BIS and CAHPS) or the current semester (Renaissance) will be awarded a “Pass” status for their current (3rd trimester or 2nd semester) required courses to earn their final credits for graduation.  Seniors in this category may choose to continue in distance learning courses (including options for college credit) for additional content in preparation for post-secondary and skilled trades or may choose to go immediately into the work-force or military.

Seniors who need additional credits for a diploma:

Seniors who needed additional credits prior to March 13th or who were not passing their courses during the previous trimester (BIS and CAHPS) or semester (Renaissance) will receive targeted supports through distance learning to assure that they earn the credits required to earn a diploma with their class of 2020.

Seniors who are college bound, need to meet NCAA standards, have AP courses, dual credit courses or other special circumstances:

Seniors who need to meet requirements for higher education, the NCAA, dual credit or Advanced Placement will be able to complete their coursework and meet the requirements for college entrance, the NCAA, AP or other programs.  Students in this circumstance will continue their distance learning and will have transcripts and a diploma that document and recognize their continued learning and accomplishments.

What about students in grades 9- 11?

The April 8th directive from ODE does not include guidance for grades 9-11 and the guidance does not allow for students other than seniors to use the prescribed pathways to a diploma.  District 6 will continue to provide comprehensive distance learning classes for EVERY student in grades 9-11. These classes allow students to progress academically and earn credits toward graduation with their regular teachers.  Students will be challenged with new content and supported with a range of services including academic support, technology support, counseling and advising, special education supports, English language learner supports or any other resources our students and families need to be successful.

What about events?

We recognize how important some of our cherished traditions are here in District 6.  The graduation ceremony, prom, awards nights and other traditions are memorable events that all of our students and families look forward to.   At this time, we have not made any decision to cancel scheduled celebrations of our amazing seniors but will await further guidance from the Oregon Health Authority and the Governor as to when/if rules for Stay Safe/Stay Home orders will be relaxed to permit these types of events.   We are also developing back up plans that will allow for these events and celebrations to occur in a way that meets the Stay Safe/Stay Home order.

Where can I learn more?

The Central Point School District launched D6 Connected on April 1st, along with a website dedicated to our response to the closure of the district schools due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Please visit: https://d6connected.district6.org/ for update and more information.  You are also always welcome to contact me directly at: samantha.steele@district6.org or 541-494-6201 (office) or 541-840-5644 (cell).

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