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The Oregon School District agrees with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's statement that well-constructed assessment systems lead to better learning outcomes for students. The OSD assessment system is based on five critical beliefs:

  • The most valuable assessment is formative and drives the teaching and learning process
  • Benchmark or interim assessments (e.g., STAR, MAP) allow teachers and learners to track growth and progress over time
  • Summative assessments (e.g. Forward, Aspire, ACT) provide snapshots of learner progress and inform OSD curriculum/instructional strategy choices
  • Multiple data points are reviewed when making instructional decisions
  • All children are so much more than their assessment scores - we strive to know our learners as individuals and consider the whole child when making instructional decisions

Main Contacts

Jon Tanner

Director of Learning and Student Achievement

Darci Jarstad

Assistant Director of Learning and Student Achievement

Michele Brisack

Administrative Assistant

Celia Paczwa

K-8 Mathematics Coordinator

Kimberly White

K-8 English Language Arts Coordinator