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The At-A-Glance School and District Profiles are an overview of a school or district and its accountability data. The
audience is parents and families, and the goal is to provide a brief overview of the school or district in a format that is easy to read. Due to missing 2019-20 data, the At-A-Glance School and District Profiles were adapted to still meet this goal. The design of the
Adapted At-A-Glance School and District Profiles stayed as close as possible to the original design in order to maintain a sense of familiarity and to honor the
input of the parent and community groups.
All data is based on the 2019-20 school year unless otherwise noted. Exceptions include the graduation and completion rates, and teacher and principal retention. For more detailed technical information about the At-A-Glance reports, please refer to the
At-A-Glance School and District Profiles Technical Manual. In particular, the At-A-Glance School and District Profiles Technical Manual includes details on the data sources and calculations used in the report.
For more information about this topic, email Jon Wiens.
The Students We Serve section shows the school’s Student Enrollment (total student enrollment on the first school day in October in grades K-12 in 2019-20) and the percentage of students and teachers by racial/ethnic group.
This section shows the percentage of students with all required vaccinations; data comes from the Oregon Health Authority.
The Our Staff section shows the following:
The Academic Success section for high schools and combined schools shows On-Time Graduation (four-year graduation rate), and Five-Year Completion rate. This section also shows the school district average and Oregon state average for each indicator.
The Outcomes section for high schools shows data for On-Time Graduation (four-year graduation rate) and Five-Year Completion rate, disaggregated by
fifteen student groups.
There are three different symbols that can appear on the profiles:
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