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District Wide Broadcast Message

Ontario School District

School Board

Board will meet in executive session 6/15/2021 at 6:00 pm. Link in district calendar. 
6/28/2021 Board Meeting:
In light of current public health concerns related to COVID-19, the Ontario School Board meetings will take place via Zoom virtual meeting platform. Under the provision of ORS 192.670the meeting will be live-streamed via Zoom.
Work Session Zoom Link                              Board Meeting Zoom Link



(The Board Meeting may not start right at 7:00 pm. Please be patient and wait a few minutes for the meeting to begin. Thank you.)

Setting Policy and Priorities, the OSD Board of Directors



The Ontario School District's Board of Directors meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the District Administration Building, 195 S.W. 3rd Avenue unless otherwise specified. 

Ontario patrons, parents, staff, and students are encouraged to attend these meetings. Interested patrons wanting to make public comments may do so during the "Public Comments" section of the meeting. Public comment will be open for thirty minutes and comments must be kept under five minutes in length.

Ontario School District 8C Board of Directors:
Board Chair Renae Corn, Vice Board Chair Eric Evans, Director Blanca Rodriguez, and Director Craig Geddes.
How do I submit my comment or questions? 

How do I submit my comment or questions? 

Ontario School District Board of Education values public input. Please send written public comments or testimony to the Board Secretary, Jolene Masterson, at Testimony should be emailed to the Board Secretary, or submitted through our website, on or before the Thursday before the scheduled meeting.
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Board director Draper with student of the month
Students gathered in yellow "kindness matters" t-shirts
Student with student of the month certificate
Students with their student of the month certificates
Students smiling
2018-2019 School Board of Directors at the class of 2019 graduation ceremony
Elementary students receiving student of the month award from Director Draper
Elementary student of the month giving "high-fives" to the board members
Aiken Elementary students reporting out to the audience at the board meeting
School board director Evans with student of the month
2018-2019 School Board of Directors at the class of 2019 graduation ceremony
Superintendent Albisu sharing a school board award with community members

Ontario School District Board Responsibilities

As per, Board Policy BA; The Board is responsible to the people for whose benefit the district has been established. Further, the Board’s current decisions will influence the future course of education in the Ontario schools. By virtue of this responsibility, the Board and each of its members must look to the future and to the needs of all district citizens.
This requires a comprehensive perspective and long-range plan in addition to addressing immediate problems.
The Board’s primary responsibility is to establish policies, purposes and programs and procedures which will best produce educational achievement.
The Board is charged with accomplishing this while also being responsible for wise management of available resources. The Board must fulfill these responsibilities by functioning primarily as a legislative body which formulates and adopts policy, by selecting an executive officer to implement policy and by evaluating the results.
Further, it must carry out its functions openly and seek the involvement of students, staff, and the public during its decision-making processes. In accordance with these principles, the Board, through its operations, will use the following guidelines to:
1. Concentrate the Board’s collective effort on policy-making and planning responsibilities;
2. Formulate Board policies that best serve each student’s educational interests;
3. Provide the superintendent with sufficient and adequate guidelines for implementing Board policies;
4. Maintain effective communication with the students, staff, and the public to maintain awareness of attitudes, opinions, desires, and ideas;
5. Conduct Board business openly, soliciting and encouraging broad-based involvement of the students, staff, and the public in the Board’s decision-making processes.
We appreciate the time and effort our Board put forward into serving our students and staff.