Partners' Post

Douglas County Partners for Student Success newsletter

November/December 2017 Edition

In this newsletter you'll find:

Finding ways to move forward

AmeriCorps members continue to make a difference in Douglas County classrooms.

Grant enhances local youth, economy

A Meyer Memorial Trust grant of nearly $250,000 to Umpqua Community College, in partnership with Douglas County Partners for Student Success, creates greater opportunity for local youth.
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2017 Champion of Youth chosen

DCPSS Executive Director Gwen Soderberg-Chase believes that by working together, we can all ensure each Douglas County child has a plan for the future.

Teachers to meet for Dec. 9 lending library workshop

Even if you can't sign up for the workshop, you can take a tour through the lending library by watching this short video:

In case you missed it! Here are some of the most recent DCPSS articles

Optics on options

Douglas County students joined others from Jackson and Josephine counties as they all attended the Southern Oregon Careers Trade Expo in Canyonville.

Educators get STEAMed

A series of work groups helped teachers share strategies on STEAM lessons in local schools

Seeking stories

DCPSS is collecting information from local professionals on their classroom-to-career journeys, in hopes of sharing practical steps with Douglas County families.

Explore Oregon Connections, UV Resource Library

Engage students with access to professional experts, STEM materials, through these free tools.