Update from the Assistant Superintendent – April 5, 2021
Recently, we were notified that a person associated with the Central Linn School District has been diagnosed with COVID-19. As members of the school community, we understand that this might raise concerns alongside a caring response. We are working closely with the Linn County Health Department to respond to this news and protect the health of our community by temporarily quarantining those within close contact. If you have not been notified of a need to quarantine, please plan to resume to on-site instruction as usual.
Beginning Monday April 12th, all grades 7-12 will attend school In-Person, Monday through Thursday
Great News for Central Linn Jr/Sr High School!
Beginning Monday April 12th, all grades 7-12 will attend school In-Person, Monday through Thursday. On Friday’s we will continue to be all virtual in the Modified Friday School Schedule. Students who have decided to remain in Distance Learning, this option will be available for the remainder of the school year.
Grades 7-12 will remain in the hybrid schedule through Wednesday April 7th. On Thursday April 8th school for all students will be in Distance Learning. Please see the link for the April Student and Staff calendar for more information.
School Board Letter to Governor Brown, ODE, and OHA (March 16, 2021)
Dear Governor Brown,
Oregon Department of Education and
Oregon Health Authority:
We, the Board of Education of the Central Linn School District (CLSD), admire and acknowledge the time invested and difficult decisions you have made to bring our state through this pandemic with the health and safety of Oregonians as your guiding beacon. Oregon’s relative ranking near the bottom of all states and territories in our nation for COVID metrics throughout the last year is due to our state setting intentional policies and public health protocols. As the vaccine becomes more available to the public, and our most vulnerable populations are protected, we urge you to consider the requirements outlined in Ready Schools Safe Learners (RSSL) that limit the ability to bring students fully on-site.
Outdoor Contact Sports Opt-In Form
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COVID-19 Communicable Disease Management Plan
The purpose of this plan is to provide a guidance process during a novel viral pandemic. This plan will lay out Central Linn’s communication protocol, screening protocol, isolation measures and protection measures.
In-Person and At-Home Learning Options are Being Offered for the 2020-2021 School Year.
Childcare for Essential Workers
If you are an essential worker in need of childcare please contact Pollywog @ 541-917-4884; https://pollywogfamily.org or call 211.
For all Letters & Notices concerning the COVID-19 School Closure please see the Parent Resources page. The Parent Resources page can be found under the drop down menu at the top of the page. Please look at both the School and the Communication Pages for information as we continue to navigate this difficult time.
Virtual Phone System
We have implemented a virtual phone system that will allow staff to receive calls forwarded to their personal phones. For the Elementary School Staff dial 541-801-3387; For the High School Staff dial 541-801-3385, follow the prompts to reach the staff member. You may also leave a voicemail.
Letters to the Central Linn Community
Academic and Facilities updates from the school board’s communications officer, Rebekah Schneiter.
Please visit the Parent Resources page to download them.
Contacting the School Board
Letters, emails and other written materials submitted to the school board are considered public record. In lieu of public comment, you may send a letter via U.S. mail to:
Central Linn School Board
Attn: Board Secretary
PO Box 200
Halsey, Oregon 97348
Also, you may send an email to email@example.com. This will send your email simultaneously to all school board members, the superintendent, and school board secretary.