Curriculum

  • The mission of Oregon School District's curriculum is to provide our learners a rigorous, guaranteed, viable and engaging 4K-12 curriculum driven by the standards adopted by the Oregon School Board.  Our curriculum is a tool we utilize to provide a diverse range of personalized learning experiences leading to empowered learners who meet the "The Four C's" measure of success: Competency, Character, Culture and Community.  

    We continually refine our curriculum to cultivate the learner's ability to think critically and creatively, problem-solve, reason, develop global competencies and to nurture an intrinsic motivation to learn.  All of this is built on a solid foundation of caring for the whole child and the creation of an equitable educational environment.   

    The Oregon School District enters curriculum into the online program Build Your Own Curriculum for both staff and public access.  You may access the outline for any course by clicking the link above and searching by keyword, department, or grade-level.  If a course does not appear, it indicates that the curriculum for that course is under revision.  

  • School Curriculum Links

  • Instruction and Student Achievement Contacts 

    Dr. Leslie Bergstrom, Ed.D, Director,  608-835-4002, lcb2@oregonsd.net

    Michele Brisack, Administrative Assistant, 608-835-4007, mlbrisack@oregonsd.net

     

2017-2018 State School Report Cards

  • As part of the state accountability system, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) produces report cards for every publicly funded school and district in Wisconsin. These Accountability Report Cards include data on multiple indicators for multiple years across four Priority Areas (Student Achievement, Growth, Closing Gaps, and On-track and Post-secondary Success).

    All Oregon School District schools were rated as either "Exceeds Expectations" or "Significantly Exceeds Expectations." Detailed report cards for each school and the District are available below.

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