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.


 

Board

Dave Slaght

Vice-Chair

 

Zoe Schumacher

Director

 

Scott Leeper

Director

 

Mike Knepp

Chair

 

Bob Buckner

Director

 

dslaght@culver.k12.or.us                                         mknepp@culver.k12.or.us

zshumacher@culver.k12.or.us                                   rbuckner@culver.k12.or.us

sleeper@culver.k12.or.us


Guiding Principles

  • We believe it is our district's responsibility to increase achievement for all students and  narrow the achievement gap.                                 
  • ​We believe aLL students need to be challenged with a broad range of learning opportunities.
  • We believe we need to provide prudent stewardship of district resources to best support student success, district stability, and high quality staff.
  • We believe in transparent operations with honesty and integrity.
  • We believe​ our community's input is essential to our progress.

Board Goals

1.   Become a K-12 model district distinguished for STEM/project based learning education in the           state of Oregon by 2017.

2.   Have students achieve 90% benchmark or better on state and building level assessments by           2017.

3.   Achieve and maintain a 100% graduation rate by 2017.

 
 

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