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Yellow Jacket Traps

Dear Families, Every summer, yellow jackets become a safety issue for 4J students, staff and community members, requiring hazardous nest removal, extensive labor and occasional pesticide treatments. . . . Read More

Oregon Department of Education SEED Survey

Hello families, Please see the attached letter from the Oregon Department of Education for information on the SEED Survey. (Student Educational Equity Development)  The window for the administratio . . . Read More

Neurodiverse Parent Support Meeting

Please see the message below from Dani Crowley, one of the parents organizing monthly support meetings for parents of neurodiverse students. A quick reminder that our next ND Family Support Night w . . . Read More

Safe Driving

Hello Everyone,  The Superintendent has reached out to me to forward concerns brought by our neighbors.  When driving to and from ECCO, please be mindful of the speed limits in our parking and on t . . . Read More

About 4J



We are committed to prioritizing the needs and desires of student groups who have historically faced significant challenges and barriers to achieving academic success. We strive to create an inclusive and nurturing educational environment where every student feels valued, supported and inspired to excel.

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We create an environment in our district that is demanding but nurturing, rigorous but compassionate, safe but risk-taking. We foster both independence and collaboration and require accountability as well as involvement from everyone.

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Safety & Well-Being

We are committed to creating a secure and nurturing environment for everyone within our educational community. Our objective encompasses implementing comprehensive safety protocols, including emergency preparedness plans and robust security measures. We support the emotional and mental health of students and staff by providing services and proactive initiatives to foster overall well-being and a sense of belonging.