Seeking volunteers to serve on the Wellness Policy Advisory Committee

Parents, community members, students and Culver School District staff are encouraged to serve on the Culver School District’s Wellness Policy Committee.

The purpose of the committee is to review and update the current district Wellness Policy (EFA) and the Administrative Regulations (EFA-AR),  and then make recommendations to the Board and Superintendent so that the policy and regulations:

  • Meet the new requirements outlined in the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, including:
    • Updating the nutrition standards for foods sold at school to include the “Oregon Smart Snacks”
    • Adding a goal for nutrition promotion and education
    • Adding a Physical Education/Activity Goal
    • Developing a system to inform and update the public about the content and implementation of the Wellness Policy
    • Developing a system to measure compliance

If you are interested or need any additional information please contact Jamie Burleigh at jburleigh@culver.k12.or.us or 541-546-7504.


 

District

OUR SCHOOLS

 
The unified 37 acre campus of Culver School District contains the Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.  In addition, it contains two gyms, the support services building, a bus facility, and football, baseball, softball, and soccer fields.  Culver School District provides a quality learning environment with modern school buildings and updated technology. 
 
 
Culver Schools support classroom computers and school labs, and Culver's athletic teams are competitive with music, drama, and the arts growing.  Additionally, Culver has an active community that supports the district's endeavors. 
 
The district serves approximately 675 students with diverse cultural backgrounds.  Our special education, ESOL, and technology programs support individual achievement.

CULVER HISTORY

Culver was first a stage stop near Haystack Reservoir and is named for its first postmaster, O.G. Collver.  With the coming of the railroad, the town site was moved to its present location.  When the governor issued a proclamation establishing Jefferson County in 1914, he also appointed a three man county court.  They were to pick a temporary county seat.  After twenty ballots in two days which all ended in one vote each for Culver, Metolius and Madras, the Metolius Commissioner cast his vote for Culver. 

At the general election in 1916, Madras was voted in as the permanent county seat for the county, but Culver has the distinction of being the first Jefferson County seat.  The building that housed the courthouse still stands today.


Culver School District #4 does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, disability, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, veterans' status, genetic information or age in providing education or access to benefits of education services, activities and programs in accordance with Title VI, Title VII, Title IX and other civil rights or discrimination issues; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; and the Americans with Disabilities Act; and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008.

The following person has been designated as a contact regarding these legal requirements and may be contacted for additional information and/or compliance issues:

Jodi Henry Fiscal Personnel Assistant, jhenry@culver.k12.or.us  (541)-546-7506.

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