This is a new section on our site for teachers, educators, and parents!
We will be adding to these resources throughout the school year.
Feel free to contact email@example.com to request resources on topics that may specifically compliment your lessons and curriculum this school year.
We are excited to help prepare Coos County and surrounding districts for the adoption of new curriculum coming in the 2019/2020 school year. Click the image above to reach the Oregon.gov site, which elaborates more on what this bill means for Oregon schools, as well as linking webinars detailing curriculum for teachers, and links for public comment on this bill.
Indians in Oregon Today
MIDDLE SCHOOL – HIGH SCHOOL
Oregon Department of Education
Susan Castillo, Superintendent of Public Instruction
255 Capitol St. NE
Salem, OR 97310-0203
Understanding Family History
Using Comics to Fight Stereotypes
Classroom Resources for teaching LGBTQ+ History
Resources for Black History Month
Every year, around this time, teachers and educators start to think of the best ways to include Black History Month activities and lessons into their already busy schedules. Oregon’s racial past and present remains complex and multifaceted. Here are a few resources to help you prepare to incorporate equitable content to celebrate this month and continue infusing these themes throughout the school year.
We would love to hear some positive ways you are addressing racial identity and equality in your classes.