Patrick Lindsay Memorial Service February 25th
With heavy hearts, we are sharing the details of Patrick Lindsay’s memorial service. Patrick’s service will be held Tuesday February 25th at 2pm at the Oakville Presbyterian Church, 29970 Church Rd, Shedd Oregon. The Lindsay family is requesting we respect their request for privacy at this time. Please contact Fisher Funeral Home or Pastor John Carpenter at Oakville Presbyterian Church, concerning the service.
Letter of Student Passing (02/19/20)
Community Discussion Invitation – February 18th & 20th
The Central Linn School District invites you to participate in a community discussion. Your thoughts and suggestions are appreciated and will help guide the district as it applies for state grants form Oregon’s Student Investment Account. Our goal is to make sure every community member has a voice in our district in how we meet the needs of every student. The community discussion will take place at the Halsey City Hall on Tuesday, February 18th and the Brownsville City Hall’s community room on Thursday, February 20th. Both days we will be available to answer questions and hear suggestions from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Lockdown at Jr/Sr High School October 29, 2019
Conversation with the Principal (October 15, 2019)
To view the notes from the October 15th “Conversation with the Principal”, please visit the designated section on the Communications page to download them.
Continuous Improvement Plan
We want your input! We are working on our District’s Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) as well as our application for funds under the Student Success Act (SSA). This may result in a significant investment in education at Central Linn by the state and your input on where we should spend that money is vital. Please use the link below to take the survey.
Central Linn is participating in Project PRIDE (Positive and Restorative Investment in Discipline Reform in Education). Project Pride is about making discipline fair for all students and making all students feel welcome and respected at school. Please go to the link below to complete a parent survey:
Letter to the Central Linn Community – August 2019
Academic and Facilities update from the school board’s communications officer, Rebekah Schneiter:
Letter to the Central Linn Community
A letter from our Communications Officer and school board member Rebekah Schneiter.
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.