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Douglas ESD offers services, “anchor-tenant” option as county considers library issue

The Douglas ESD has offered a proposal to move into the Douglas County Library System’s Roseburg headquarters, which could allow the Roseburg library to remain open while the county and community look for long-term solutions.

Superintendent Michael Lasher presented a one-page proposal at a Friday community event on library options. The event was sponsored by the Oregon Community Foundation at the Danny Lang Event Center.

2017 PartnerSports Camp 100 for $150 donation drive begins

PartnerSports Camp 100 for $150 Club donation campaign has begun! Donate $150 — or any amount — to sponsor a child's participarticipation in this two week summer camp that pairs kids with and without disabilities together for a week of activites, sportsmanship and just plain fun. Check out the video below to hear our own Bryan Hinson talk about the campaign and the camp with Spotlight on Douglas County's Donna Spicer.

ESD, Pacific University considering creation of distance teacher training program in Douglas County

Considering a career change? Ever thought about teaching? We are working with Pacific University to begin a local teaching program in Douglas County. This program would be a hybrid of online and in class learning and could be done while participants work and live at home in Douglas County.

We are looking for at least 12 participants in order to get a commitment from Pacific University for a first cohort. If you are interested, please contact Human Resources Director Holly Hill as soon as possible. She can be reached at 541-957-4837 or holly.hill@douglasesd.k12.or.us.

Education Services - Weekly Professional Development Update

Key upcoming webinars, dates, reports requirements and more...

*New Items   *Reminder

LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES

2016-2017 Workgroups

Free, hands-on training on assistive technology offered for professionals, families March 9 & 10

Have fun while learning how to utilize assistive technology in the school and home environments. This FREE! hands-on workshop covers apps for learning, high- and low-tech AAC systems, and even fun make-and-take AT solutions! 

March 9 is for professionals and March 10 is for families and caregivers. Find full details on this flyer.

To register, or for questions, email, call or text: Jill Fummerton at jill@featt.org or 541-670-2750.