Spray School District #1

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Basic Information

Address: 303 Park Ave. PO Box 230 Spray, OR 97874
Phone Number: 541-468-2226
Fax Number: 541-468-2630
Superintendent: Phil Starkey

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Additional Information

Member Schools: Spray Elementary & Spray High School
Board of Directors: Zorieta Tankersley - Chair, Bret Henry, Michelle Ordway, Steve Speer, Andy Westphall
Mission Statement:

Our mission is to create and maintain an environment in which all students are engaged and challenged in their learning. Students should expect to achieve at high levels and develop positive character traits. Our staff is committed to doing whatever it takes for our students to be successful and experience the joy of learning. Every student graduating from the Spray School District leaves ready with the tools and a plan for their next step in life for college and career.

District Characteristics: Consistently meets AYP Small, rural district Residential dorm living for high school boys Residential dorm for High school girl exchange students
School Municipalities: City of Spray
Other Facilities: Dorm programs for HS boys and HS girl exhcange students Art and woodship programs
Athletics: Successful Oregon 1A sports program in football, volleyball, basketball and track. Athletic Director: Dennis Starr

All basic curriculum programs k-12 in addition we have art and woodship programs.
Qualifying High school students earn Oregon Transfer Degree college credits paid by the district.

Organization Goals: Spray School District Goals (2009-2012) 1.Annually, each grade-cluster, 3rd-4th, 5th-7th and 8TH & 10th will increase the number of students meeting benchmark standards in reading, writing, mathematics and science by 3 percent, as measured by student performance on the Oregon State Assessments. 2.Develop and implement a plan of challenging professional development for all licensed and support staff that increases staff confidence and skills as measured by completion of professional growth goals. 3.Develop a comprehensive high school program that expands subject offerings and increases rigor of course work and includes credits and experiences in the arts, applied projects and community service. 4.Develop a plan that addresses school and classroom safety, comfort and the learning needs of students in the 21st Century.
Scholastic Perfomance: Meet AYP Reading 3-11 - 81% Math 3-11 - 58% Science 4,8 $ 11 - 73% Writing 3-11 - 58%
Academics: Early College prgram for high school students
Failing Schools: None
Summer Schools: Title 1 Summer Academy held one day a week in July. This coordinates with the Spray Community Schools summer camp program.
Vision Statement: The premier rural school district
Transportation: Two bus routes
Libraries: School library is also public library. Free wifi access.
After School/Extracurricular Programs: High school athletics Model UN Annual Drama
Computer Capabilities:

Computer lab
High school student use laptops
iPads in the middle school

Awards and Recognition: 2005 rated in the top high schools by Newsweek