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Students must be between the ages of 5 and 19 on September 1st.  Students older than 19 may qualify for the Marcola’s WIOA program. For information regarding Marcola School District’s (MSD) WIOA affiliation, please contact Mike Deeds at

A student must be enrolled in at least five classes through TEACH-NW to be considered full-time and at least 50% of the coursework must be in core subject areas of English, Social Studies, Science, World Languages, Technology, Art, or CTE.  Exceptions can be made for seniors who do not need core courses in order to fulfill graduation requirements.

Students enrolled in the previous school year will maintain their enrollment status in the subsequent year unless a withdraw request is made by the parent/guardian. TEACH-NW will review grade-level enrollment numbers in determining openings for the upcoming school year. Students residing in MSD will be considered first followed by students who have siblings currently enrolled in TEACH-NW. Any remaining enrollment positions will be awarded to students chosen through an equitable lottery process based on our compiled waitlist. Families who are on the waitlist will remain on the waitlist until they opt to remove themselves.

TEACH-NW is a public virtual charter school authorized by Marcola School District. State ID: 5444

Per OAR 581-020-0342 (2 ), a parent must provide notice to the school district in which the parent resides that the parent intends to enroll a student in a virtual public charter school. If more than 3% of the students who reside in the school district are enrolled in a virtual public home school not sponsored by the district, the district must provide notice that the district:

A. Approves the student for enrollment, or

B. Does not approve the student for enrollment in the virtual home school and provide a copy of this rule and OAR 581-020-0343 to the student and a list of two or more other online options available to the student.

Per OAR 581-020-0342 (3 ), if a parent does not receive notice of approval or disapproval from the school district under this rule within 14 days of sending the notice of intent to enroll to the district, the student shall be deemed approved for enrollment by the district. Per OAR 581-020-0242 (4), a parent may appeal a decision of a school district to not approve a student for enrollment to the State Board of Education pursuant to OAR 581-020-0343.

Oregon School Districts at 3% Cap


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