Welcome to League of Oregon Charter Schools (LOCS)
Where all Charter Schools look different, as you can see above, but we all have the same goal in Educational Excellence!
Check our Resources and Links to the left!
The NEXT League Quarterly Meeting for members is
Friday, January 10, 2013
at MLA Public Charter School, 22565 NE Halsey St., Fairview Oregon 97024.
10:00 - Noon. Lunch Provided. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOU ARE WELCOME TO JOIN THE LEAGUE AT ANY TIME... COME TO THE MEETING IN JANUARY!
Topics of Discussion:
- Balance between business and education in a charter school.
- Staff Evaluations.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Jo Ann Lindenthal at 503-405-7868 or email above..
Each of the below nonprofits, businesses have years of experience and can offer training to all staff, parents, students and your community partners:
Total Development Center:
The Total Development Center is passionate about instilling virtues like honesty, compassion, courage, empathy, integrity, teamwork, and service into the lives of youth from all walks of life. We are dedicated to helping them unlock their total potential to become leaders in their families and communities, and on their school campuses and teams. We work closely with parents and grandparents to develop children physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. Growth in these five areas empowers students to prosper in college and beyond. We train tomorrow’s leaders today by first giving them the opportunity to become the unique person they were destined to be. We call this process becoming “you’ier”* by becoming the best you intended to be.
Our method for accomplishing these goals involves mentoring students through our sports and education programs. We work closely with students and parents to see them develop physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually!
Virtue First Foundation:
Team, School, Work, Home, Healthcare and Government
Virtue First is the fastest growing character education and development program in America and is currently being embraced by sports teams, schools, religious organizations, businesses, health care providers, and public agencies around the country for one simple reason – it works.
These groups receive support and development from a national office, which offers free training programs, free e-newsletters, resources, products, and free consultation.
www.virtuefirst.org Coach Randy Traeger 503-910-2072, email@example.com
Healthy Fun Choices / Bamboo River press:
Building healthy communities since opening in 1994, Kirsten Klug owner and school presenter for preschool to 6th grade specializing in staff training, parent training, classroom teaching and school assemblies in every avenue of teaching "healthy choices for a healthy life". 503-761-4360
Has been serving public schools since 1997. www.awareprogram.net
AWARE offers a variety of prevention programs and presentations. These programs are appropriate for a wide range of ages and groups, including public schools, private schools and any youth serving organization. You can learn details about these programs by visiting the educators section of this website. AWARE's speakers are energetic, fun, creative and love to interact with students. Teens and parents are benefiting from these life-changing messages.
NW Educational Consultants:
Staff development, Evaluations of students and/or Staff; Development of projects and fundraising; Community connections; Professional academic and behavioral development; board training. Offering Over 20 years in education and school development.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-858-3636
Putting kids first, since 1977
We are a not-for-profit dedicated to helping kids live their dreams. Data is our tool -
- gathered through our assessments, validated by research and brought to life by
our 4,000 partners -- with our professional development as support. Tests That Adapt
to the Student with engaging, age-appropriate content. As a student responds to questions, the test
responds to the student, adjusting up or down in difficulty.
The result is a rewarding experience for the student, and a wealth of detailed information
for teachers, parents and administrators. Powered By Data
The underlying data driving the assessment ensures remarkable accuracy, based on
over 24 million assessments given over our 30+ years. Our equal-interval RIT scale
increases the stability, providing grade-independent analysis of a child's learning.
For educators, it means at last having timely information that, used well, can change the
course of a student's schoolyear — and life.
MAIN | 503.624.1951
NWEA Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) tests present students