FAMILIES

Tumblebooks

 

  • Tumblebooks animated, talking picture books with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles
  • Read-Alongs (chapter books with sentence highlighting and narration but no animation)
  • Videos (from National Geographics)
  • TumbleTV which consists of pre-set playlists of a sequence of books
  • Tumble Puzzles & Games, and 
  • TumbleResources for teachers and students

If you access the website directly, you can log in using these credentials: 

Username: 509j   Password: reads

Oregon School Library Information System

OSLIS can offer students help with homework:

1. Information literacy resources 

2. Access to subscription databases 

3. Citation Maker to create bibliographies in MLA or APA formats

21st Century Community Learning Centers

Check out our After School Learning programs in three locations!

Stand Up. Speak Out. Stop Bullying Now.

"Kids need to know there is help available, that they are not alone."

Are you missing out?

Our district communicates with our families through:

  • Phone calls
  • Text Messages (SMS)
  • Emails
  • Social Media outlets (Facebook, Twitter)

But it is possible that you are missing important information!  If you have not received a phone call or email from the district in the past week, there could be a few things responsible:

  • Your phone numbers or email accounts are outdated.  If so, please contact your school and ask them to update your child's records to reflect your new information
  • You have "opted out" of receiving emails, phone calls, or text messages from the school's calling system.  If you have done so, YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE vital information.  Here's a way to "opt in" again so you don't miss anything!

District Student Handbook

ENGLISH

Supplemental Learning Available Now:

 

**Materials available include hard copies of learning materials that are on the website, and books for all ages.

Academic Resources

Finding resources to help your child with homework assignments.  While these sites are for kids, it is always a good idea to supervise your child while they are online.  

Volunteering

Interested in volunteering at JCSD 509J?  Thank you for your help!  We believe that volunteering is an important ingredient for school and student success!  Click here for more information. 

Nancy Viramontes
nviramontes@509j.net
Family Engagement Coordinator
541-475-0388 ext 2602
541-350-4134


Butch David
bdavid@509j.net
Native American Community Liaison
541-475-7265 ext 2311
541-325-2253

Aaron Fisher
afisher@509j.net
Hispanic Community Liaison
541-420-4094

Lana Leonard
lleonard@509j.net
Native American Community Liaison
541-553-1128 ext 6066
541-325-3741
Student Parent Compact
Student Parent Compact Spanish
Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA)
Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) Spanish
Notice of School District Progress: Title III Annual Program Achievement Objectives
Notice of School District Progress: Title III Annual Program Achievement Objectives: Spanish
Access to Student Information by Military or College Recruiters
Right to Request Teacher Qualifications
FERPA Annual Notice of Student Education Record Privacy
FERPA Annual Notice For Release of School Directory Information High School
Annual Notice of Disclosure of Directory Information School High School