This new edition applies to all students 6-12 and is based upon the latest revisions to Oregon Revised Statutes, federal laws, case law, and our local board policies. Please contact the office with questions or comments. In accordance with policy, parents and students must acknowledge receipt of the Student Code of Conduct and the consequences to students who violate district disciplinary policies. Parents objecting to the release of directory information on their student should notify the office within (10) days of receipt of the student handbook. Parents must also give their signed and dated written permission for the district to release personally identifiable information.
Marcola Family Resource Center
FRC’s refer families to resources, provide basic needs supplies like food, clothing, and diapers, help families navigate the public school system, and provide parenting programs like Raising A Reader, Story-Times, and LaneKids Parenting Education.
Marcola Elementary School
Shana Hockema, Coordinator
Student Success Act
This past year, Governor Brown signed “The Student Success Act” which marked a turning point for funding education in Oregon. Equity was the driving vision behind this legislation. The act is expected to generate an approximately 2 billion investment in education which goes into the Fund for Student Success. From that money, $200 million goes directly into the State School Fund for additional support to districts. The rest must be distributed to support a variety of needs in three specific areas – At least: 20% to an Early Learning Account, 50% in a Student Investment Account and up to 30% in Statewide Education Initiatives. Marcola School District will be working with stakeholders to develop and implement a plan that best meets the needs of our students.
For more information please visit the Student Success Act website.