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About OSD

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Our Mission educate by helping students acquire the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to achieve their individual potential...


We are honored to have the privilege of serving over 4,000 students in the Oregon School District. We understand and appreciate the trust parents and community members place in us, and we are committed to providing a personalized education for each student.

Leslie Bergstrom, Superintendent

Our District is dedicated to five core values: Relevant & Empowering Learning Experiences, Caring & Professional Educators, Educational Equity, Strong Family & Community Partnerships, and Whole Child Emphasis. These values are interconnected and work together to set the foundation of our strong and growing school district. I see the power of this approach each year as I watch our students achieve great things with the care and support of so many wonderful educators and community engagement.

The success of our District is the result of a deep commitment and support from students and families, educators, the Board of Education and our community. With these partnerships, we have undergone several important initiatives that support our students and connect with the greater Oregon community.

We remain committed to continuous improvement and will always look for opportunities to move our strong District forward. We will do this together with our community to achieve a plan that realizes our collective goals and dreams.

On behalf of the Oregon School District, I thank you for the opportunity to serve this wonderful community!

Dr. Leslie Bergstrom
Oregon School District Superintendent

District Facts

  • The Oregon School District (OSD) extends past Brooklyn to the South and almost to Hwy 12/18 (beltline) to the North.
  • OSD covers 81.1 square miles (56,384 acres).
  • OSD includes all or parts of 10 municipalities within 3 counties.
  • All who live within the District boundaries (grey area) are OSD residents and pay taxes to the Oregon School District.
  • OSD currently has 7 schools (4 elementary, 1 intermediate, 1 middle, 1 high school).

District Map

Oregon School District Map

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Our Values

Whole Child Emphasis

Each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged.

  • Meet the academic, behavioral, social and emotional needs of all learners.
  • Discover and nurture the talents and interests of all learners.
  • Ensure all learners meet the “The Four C’s” measures of success: Competency, Character, Culture and Community.


Educational Equity

All learners reach their full potential.

  • Ensure high quality outcomes for learners.
  • Ensure every learner has what they need to develop to their academic and social potential.
  • Actively work to eliminate gaps in access and opportunity, and barriers to learning.


Relevant & Empowering Learning Experiences

We are learner-centered, focused on the abilities, interests and goals of each individual.

  • Empower learners to become academic, career and community ready.
  • Provide meaningful learning experiences inside and outside the classroom.
  • Ensure that learning is not limited to students, but also includes educators, staff, families and the community.

Caring & Professional Educators

Skilled, motivating educators are critical to student success.

  • Retain, attract and develop educators.
  • Foster an environment of continual learning.
  • Cultivate an environment where educators find meaning and value in their work.
  • Prioritize the development of meaningful relationships with learners.

Strong Family & Community Partnerships

  • Families and the community are our partners.
  • Create opportunities for community members to play important roles in lives of students.
  • Communicate effectively to strengthen partnerships.
  • Affirm that school facilities are community facilities.


More to Explore

Administrative Team

Jina Jonen

HR Director/In House Legal Counsel, Director of Human Resources

Jon Tanner

Director of Learning and Student Achievement

Darci Jarstad

Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning

Katie Heitz

Executive Assistant to the Superintendent