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Anyone can take this practice test to experience the new test. You do not need any information to log in. The system will not maintain your progress, scores, or save any answers. This is only for students, their families and the education community to experience what the test will look, feel, and be like.
Welcome to Our School
Perhaps it would be better to say, "Welcome to YOUR school." For this really is your school too.
Corvallis School is more than classrooms, books, and #2 pencils. We are a community of committed people- a community that includes parents, grandparents, neighbors, and friends, as well as teachers, staff, and students- all working together to improve the quality of life for our children, their families, and our community. This is no small task.
More than 600 students attend our campus in grades K - 5, and within the walls of our house gathers together a diverse mix of cultures, languages, and ideologies. While we are very pleased with how well our students are progressing academically, we are also very proud of what they are learning in addition to academics: Respect. Teamwork. Tolerance. Perseverance. Personal and social responsibility. And much, much more. We are constantly striving to improve what we do, and we always welcome your help.
Thanks to all of you who have become an active part of our extended family. Everyone benefits, and we couldn't do it without you!
We hope you find our website useful. If you have ideas or comments, please let us know. As the saying goes, "My house is your house." And our school is your school too.
PTA Meeting, 2/5, 6-6:30 p.m.
Have your voice heard: LCAP Priority Survey
We are closing in on the final steps of our LCAP process. The strategic priorities and corresponding priority action steps reflect the input gathered at our community engagement meetings. The purpose of this survey is to gather additional input from members of our community to determine the high leverage strategic investments that will result in better student learning outcomes. It is important to remember that we do not have the resources to address every need in the 2014-15 school year. Additionally, some of the proposed recommendations must be addressed through negotiations with our bargaining units. You input on how to prioritize our work will be helpful to the final plan.
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. I also encourage you to attend one of our community forums at San Lorenzo High School Cafeteria on April 22 or Arroyo High School Cafeteria on April 23 to engage in deeper discussion about our strategic priorities and action steps.