Siuslaw School District Calendars
    Siuslaw Middle School Calendar

    Siuslaw Elementary School Calendar

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                        2014-2015 School Calendar Revised 6/11/2014
                      October/November Conference dates have been changed to Thanksgiving week.
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  • Food Service Committee Invitation  lunch


    The Siuslaw School District and Business Manager, Kari Blake, invite you attend a committee meeting to discuss the potential changes to the current food service program.  Currently, the district utilizes a Food Service Management Company to prepare and manage the child nutrition program including school breakfast, lunch and supper.  We invite you to come and grab a cup of coffee and learn more about our programs and what the benefits and drawbacks are of self-operation.  Your input is very valuable and will help the Board of Directors in making a determination of whether we will continue to utilize a management company or if we will transition to a self-operating program.  The committee meeting will be held on November 14, 2014 at 3:30pm.  We hope to see you there!

    For more information, contact Kari Blake at (541) 997-2651

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  • Community News and Parent Resources
    Lane County Prevention     lane
          at Lane County Public Health
    The Lane County Prevention Program's vision is to promote and coordinate effective community-based prevention strategies toward creating healthier communities.  Explore their website for valuable parenting   resources.  Click the links below for how-to Teen Proof your home.
                                     Teen/'Tween Proof Your Home - English
                                     Teen/'Tween Proof Your Home - Spanish
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  • It's Flu Season!

    This is the time of year when we begin to see an increase in the number of cases of upper respiratory illness in our school community.  Below are some reminders about the prevention of their spread, including the spread of influenza and the new Enterovirus.  Please know that we will take every precaution, including reminders for students about handwashing and covering coughs as well as additional disinfecting procedures when necessary.  Please partner with us to encourage children to use good hygiene and please keep children who are experiencing illness with fever home for a full 24 hours after they are fever free. 

    Tips for staying healthy.  Click here.
    Here’s wishing all our families a healthy fall season.

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    2014-2015  School Hours and Information
    Please click here for a quick glance of school hours for the 2014-2015 school year.
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  • NEW Middle School Schedule, Sporting Event Guidelines, and High School Dress Code Modification, click here for information.
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  • Bus Information 2014-2015            bus

    The bus routes and the transportation request form for the 2014 - 2015 school year are available here.

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  • Siuslaw High School Student Services

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  • Volunteer in Siuslaw Schools - Start Making a Difference Today!

       ASPIRE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!  Click Here for more information.
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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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  • 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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