- Notice of Budget Hearing
- 2021-22 Proposed Budget
- Notice of Supplemental Budget Hearing
- 20/21 Adopted Budget
- 2019-20 Audited Financial Report and Communication to the Governing Body
- Employee Rights: Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- IRS Withholding Calculator
- Gift/Donation Receipt
- iVisions WebPortal (instructions for access)
- Reliant Behavioral Health (RBH) Newsletters
- Frontier Charter Academy Annual Performance Framework
- 403(b) Investment Information
- 2021 403(b) TSA Plan Announcement
- 2019-20 Paydates
- Forms and Procedures:
Who Qualifies for the Migrant Education Program? To qualify for the migrant education program, a migrant child must have moved within the past thirty-six months across school district lines with a parent, guardian, spouse, or a member of the child’s immediate family in order to obtain temporary or seasonal employment in qualifying agricultural or fishing work as a principal means of livelihood. A “migrant child” remains eligible for three years after his/her family’s last qualifying arrival date. Regular Year Services include:
- Identification and enrollment for eligible migrant students
- Supplemental instruction in areas including academic content, early childhood education, native language, ESL and guidance advocacy
- Migrant student health services including medical, dental and accident insurance in cooperation with other agencies
- Support services that facilitate migrant student attendance/participation at school
- Parent involvement and education strategies, including training
- After school programs
- Early childhood learning / Pre-K programs
The Migrant Education Program provides insurance to help with the cost of treatment for injuries caused by accidents. It covers accidents that occur 24 hours a day, all year. The insurance covers part, but not all, of the cost. The insurance does not cover treatment for illness or previously existing conditions. All migrant students are eligible for Accident Insurance. If you feel you could qualify for this program please contact Maricruz Camacho. Office: (503) 792-3803 ext. 1022 | Cell: (503) 689-4520
Talented and Gifted (TAG)
English Language Learner (ELL)
Title 1 / Migrant
Technology in Gervais School District
Gervais School District has built a robust and modern technology infrastructure that allows us to readily pursue and support emerging strategies in the ever-evolving world of educational technology.
- Over 300 Windows workstations for student use
- Over 500 Chromebooks for student use
- 1Gbps Internet connection
- Meraki wireless and wired 10/100/1000 network with 10GB backbone connections between buildings
Our classrooms are all equipped with document cameras and LCD projectors to allow teachers to access rich and engaging educational content. Our teachers have been given access to in-depth professional development as the district rolls out Google Apps for Education (GAFE) in 2016-17. Our GAFE implementation will give all students a Google log in with access (depending on grade level) to a gmail account and document cloud storage. Teachers are learning to use Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Forms, and Google Drawings to create more engaging and collaborative classroom learning opportunities. The GAFE implementation complements our continued implementation of Chromebooks for instruction and testing across all levels.
Technology Director Tracy Lewis has been with the district since 1998. She oversees the Technology Department and handles the administrative duties (meetings, budget, state and federal funding applications, etc.). She serves as the district’s network administrator and webmaster, and provides maintenance and support for all hardware and software related problems.
Student Accounting Software Coordinator Celia Marquez has been with the district since 1991. She maintains all student data using our NCS Pearson PowerSchool student management software program. She works with principals to schedule all students and sets standards for data entry at all four schools. Celia also trains office personnel, provides help-desk support, and maintains the integrity of all student data.
Technology Representatives Kerry Broadhurst, Sofia Guzman, and Christina Romero assist in the summer cleaning, maintenance, and inventory process, and with our annual technology replacement initiatives. They use the training they receive in the summer to serve as a building resource before and after school hours to assist the full-time tech staff in diagnosing and fixing less complex repair issues at the building level. They receive extra-duty salary and Professional Development credit for their tech rep hours worked.
The Gervais School District Technology Department is responsible for making technology available to all staff and students in order to make their work easier and to enhance learning. We maintain the district’s 400+ computers, printers, scanners, servers, and network hardware in five district sites. We load software, provide help desk support, and train staff to use our licensed software programs. We seek to improve the district’s use of technology by forming committees to research the best use of Technology funding. And, we adhere to our 3-year Technology Plan, as approved by the Gervais School Board and the Oregon Department of Education, to dictate technology support, standards, and learning in the district. The Technology Department also maintains the district web page and electronic communications systems, and adheres to and enforces the following district policies: Policy#EGAAA – Copyright Materials Policy #EGAAA-AR – Copyright Materials Policy #IIBG – Computer Instruction Policy #IIBGA – Electronic Communications Policy #IIBGA-AR – Electronic Communications Policy #IIBGB – Web Pages Policy #IIBGB-AR – Web Site Guidelines