2016 – 2017 Annual Report

Enrollment as of June 30, 2017
86 Full Time Students
567 Credit Recovery Students

Total Classes Passed
275 by full time students completing yr.
320 by credit recovery students

15 for ’16-‘17
165 since inception

Courses Offered
Full Time
Credit Recovery

Superintendent – Dean Sandwisch
Treasurer – Jane Fruth
Director – Doug Dippman
Site Directors – Mike Stout, Mike Timmons
Counselor – Doug Dippman

Teachers – Kim Jones, Joe Scymczak, Clyde
Bame, Cody Brown, Richard Jones,
Donna Musiet, Tom Pickerel
Tech Support – Doug Predmore
Secretary – Cyndi Heintschel
Secretary (2/5) – Kori Roth
Power School/SOES – Rachel Kanable
Various stipends for services rendered

Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Tues and Thur 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – Noon

Summer Hours
Tue, Wed & Thur 9 a.m. – Noon

92.5 Radio, Channel 11 (WTOL), Buckeye CableSystem, CHS Athletics & Limelighters calendars and programs, flyers and brochures in area schools

Student enrollment and support
1. Full-time students must be withdrawn from school. Clay students must have counselor recommendation
2. Credit recovery students from Clay High School must be referred by school counselor
3. All full-time students=3 hrs per day on-site with 2.2 hrs per day online
4. All full-time students are interviewed and given interest survey to develop goals
5. Students must pass each module (chapter test) with at least 70%. Final exam must be passed in presence of teacher with at least 70%
6. Teachers are available at the site, by email or on the phone for student support

Attachment A
Curriculum for Credit Recovery Students
Algebra, 1 & 2 Geometry, Algebra Concepts,
Integrated Math 1, 2, 3, & 4, Trigonometry, Pre Calculus
Social Studies
American Government, American History, Economics,
Geography, World History
English 1, 2, 3 & 4
Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Environmental Science,
Earth Science

Attachment B
Curriculum for Full-Time Students
All courses offered for Credit Recovery Students plus the following;
Physical Education 1 & 2
Art I: World Cultures
OGT Math*
Social Studies
OGT Social Studies*
OGT English*
OGT Science*

Career and Tech
Business Technology, Employability, Psychology,
Intro to Cosmetology (hair/nails), Forklift*,
Child Development, Keyboarding

*Not For Credit
Oregon City Schools works with the Superintendent, Director and Treasurer of the Eagle Learning Center. Oregon City Schools meets on a regular basis regarding ELC enrollment, audit reports, compliance with state requirements and monitoring the curriculum. They monitor test procedures and practices to ensure all students are tested appropriately and insure there is appropriate communication with students and parents.
OCS verifies that ELC has submitted all required reports, logs all communication with students and parents and tracks the academic progress of students. OCS monitors the monthly district cash reconciliations, and the ELC board monitors the treasurer reports.


2016-2017 Annual Report

2015-2016 Annual Report

2014-2015 Annual Report