• Mr. Daugherty, you will be greatly missed...

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    The Siuslaw School District community mourns the loss of Tim Daugherty who passed away on August 21st, 2014 at the age of 56.
     
    Tim joined the Siuslaw Elementary staff in 1988.  He was a dedicated teacher and colleague with a gift for forging relationships in his classroom.  Over the years he taught 3rd, 4th and most recently 5th grade.  He was also a mainstay in our after-school Indian Education program where he worked with kids from across the district.
     
    Students in Tim's classes received ALL of him.  He was a die-hard Oregon Ducks and Seattle Seahawks fan and a passionate cyclist who would often ride his bike to school.  Affectionately referred to as "Mr. D.", Tim infused a great deal of himself into his student's learning.  Those lucky enough to have had Tim, had far more than a great teacher;  they had an outstanding role model for how to treat others and a great example for how to live a balanced and fulfilled life.
     
    Tim, you will be greatly missed.
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  • Drug Testing Begins at SHS for OSAA Sanctioned Activities
     
    Participating in extracurricular activities such as sports, musical ensembles and various clubs and activities are an excellent way to get involved and show your Siuslaw PRIDE. As a member of not only Siuslaw High School, but in most cases the Oregon State Activates Association, students who choose to participate in these activities are held to a higher standard than non participating students. This higher standard is set to ensure that, above all else, student health and education come first. In addition, these higher standards are also integrated to keep students motivated, focused and involved in their overall goal of graduation without causing or creating unmanageable stress. Inclusion in OSAA sponsored activities is not a student right, but a privilege earned by following the rules, regulations and responsibilities issued under the authority of the OSAA and the SHS Student and Athletic handbook. Beginning this year, these regulations and responsibilities will for the first time include student drug testing for all OSAA sponsored activities, based on a newly adopted Board Policy.  Click here to read the complete letter sent to SHS students and to view other information regarding this policy.
     
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    A great way to strengthen the Siuslaw region economically is to support our schools now. Get involved. As a Siuslaw School Volunteer, you can choose your favorite age level or best day of the week to volunteer. Contribute time once a year for a special event or come in weekly to work with a particular student or teacher. You can help make a difference!  Click here for additional information.
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    The district requires Volunteer Applications/Background Checks every two years.  New for 2014-2015 will be required orientations for volunteers -- these orientation will provide you with useful information about volunteering in our schools.  Orientation dates and times will be posted on the website.  Several orientations are being planned during back to school registration and monthly throughout the school year.  Please click here to print out an application packet.  Completed forms may be returned in person, to any school office or the district office.  Please provide official photo identification when dropping off completed forms. 

     

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    MESSAGE DELIVERY TO YOUR EMAIL OR FREE iOS/ANDROID
     
    Siuslaw School District uses FlashAlert, an Internet-based system for delivering changes in schedule (such as snow closures), and other news, to the news media.

    Message delivery has been extended directly to the public through FlashAlert Messenger. A free iOS/Android APP, FlashAlert Messenger, lets you receive emergency messages through Push Notification. Text messages need to be accepted into your carrier’s text message channel and screened for spam. During crunches, cell companies have taken an hour or longer to deliver some messages (and it seems to be getting worse). Push Notification(using the APP), on the other hand, travels a non-stop path from FlashAlert to the APP on your phone. Plus, there are no per-message charges and PN also works on Wi-Fi only devices. And the app will allow you to see all of the recent news posted in your region.

    To register, go to FlashAlert.net and on the map, click on "Eugene" and search for "Siuslaw."  Click on "Subscribe" and enter your email address.  You will then be prompted to register a password and continue with the process.  The APP process is simple. iOS and Android users download and open the free FlashAlert Messenger APP on your cellphone. Enter the email address and password for your current FlashAlert account and the APP will link to it. The APP may ask permission to send you Push Notifications. That’s it. You will continue to make changes to your account (i.e. adding schools or organizations you want to hear from or changing an email address) the way you always have, at www.FlashAlertMessenger.net/login.html

    Please be aware that with the proliferation of spam and the resulting spam filters, it is impossible to guarantee message delivery. And remember that message delivery is dependent on cell companies accepting in a timely fashion the messages we send to them to send to you. Messages not accepted by cell phone companies after one hour will be deleted from the system to avoid the confusion that may be created by a late-arriving message.

    All addresses registered on FlashAlert will remain confidential. Once a year, you will receive an email at your registered email address asking if you wish to continue your subscription

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