skip to main content

View Options:

Show Everything
Hide Everything

November 3, 2020 at 5:00 PM - Regular Meeting

1. Call Regular Meeting To Order
Presenter:  Board Chair
Description:  The Board Chair will call the meeting to order.
2. Welcome
Presenter:  Board Chair
Description:  Guests attending the meeting will be introduced.
3. Public Participation
Description:  The Board requests that a public comment add information or a perspective that has not already beenmentioned previously, and that the patron refrains from repeating a similar point.

Please keep in mind that reference to a specific employee or group of employees, is prohibited as follows:Board policy BDDH - Public Comment at Board Meetings:"Comments Regarding Staff Members - Speakers may offer objective criticism of ESD operations andprograms. The Board will not hear comments regarding any individual ESD staff member. The Board chair will direct the visitor to the procedures in Board policy KL- Public Complaints for Boardconsideration of a complaints involving a staff member. The association contract governing the employee's rights will be followed. A commendation involving a staff member should be sent to thesuperintendent, who will forward it to the staff member, his/her supervisor and the Board."

This is an opportunity for the audience to address the Board on topics either on, or not on, the agenda.  The Lane Education Service District Board encourages public input. 

Due to the emergency resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, access to the District facilites are limited and Board meetings are being conducted virtually.  Emails from citizens who would like to provide comment  will be read into record at this time.  Emails must contain the citizen's name, address, and material that can be read within the three minute time limit.

Public comments can be emailed to the Superintendent's office,,  and must be received by 4:00 pm on Monday, November 2, 2020. 
4. Agenda Review
Presenter:  Board Chair
5. Action Items
Presenter:  Board Chair
5.A. Consent Agenda
Presenter:  Board Chair
Description:  The Lane ESD Board of Directors has agreed to implement a consent agenda.  All items in the consent agenda are adopted by a single motion unless a member of the Board or the Superintendent requests that such item be removed from the consent agenda and acted upon separately.  

Generally, consent agenda items are matters which members of the Board agree are routine in nature and should be acted upon in one motion to conserve time and to enable the Board to focus on the other matters on the agenda.  

Back-up materials for consent agenda items are included in the agenda packet as needed.  Minutes of this meeting will reflect action on each item.  

If any board member wishes to withdraw any consent group item, it will be moved to the appropriate section of the agenda.   

BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Directors of Lane ESD adopts the consent group as submitted and listed below.
1. Human Resource Report, dated October 30, 2020
2. Grant Report for November 2020
Attachments: (2)
5.B. Accept Financial Report
Presenter:  Board Chair
Description:  BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Directors of Lane ESD accepts the Financial Report for October 2020.
Attachments: (1)
5.C. Accept Retirement of Assistant Superintendent
Description:  Assistant Superintendent Carol Knobbe has submitted her notice of retirement, effective June 30, 2021.  The Board of Directors will act to accept her retirement.

BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Directors of Lane ESD accepts the notice of retirement submitted by Assistant Superintendent Carol Knobbe, effective June 30, 2021.
5.D. Approve Transit Dollar Requests from Component School Districts

Pursuant to ORS 334.177, as amended by 2013 House Bill 3401, a component school district board may request that a percentage of the state formula revenue received by Lane ESD be distributed to the school district for any purpose identified by the school district board.  The request for these “Transit Dollars” will be distributed on an ADMw basis.

The ORS requires that the component school district Board submit the request to the Lane Education Service District Board no later than November 1, 2020.  The percentage of funds requested may affect the school district’s ability to participate in the formal governance of Lane Education Service District.

BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Directors of Lane ESD approves Transit Dollar Requests from Lane County Component School Districts, as presented, for the 2021-22 Budget Year.

5.E. Re-Approve Local Service Plan  - Year Two (inclusion of Lane ESD Student Success Act Support Plan)
Presenter:  Board Chair
Description:  Lane ESD recently learned that the Student Investment Act Support Plan needs to be integrated in the Local Service Plan and re-approved by the Board of Directors. 
    The 2020 Lane ESD Student Investment Act (SIA) Plan is designed to support districts in meeting students’ mental or behavioral health needs, and increasing academic achievement for students, including reducing academic disparities for students navigating poverty, homelessness, and/or foster care, students from racial or ethnic groups that have historically experienced academic disparities, students with disabilities, and students who are English language learners. 

Lane ESD will engage districts in quarterly continuous improvement self-monitoring routines, helping to align the outcomes, strategies, and activities of the Student Investment Account, Continuous Improvement Plan, High School Success Plan, and Career Technical Education.  Additionally, Lane ESD will host programming that empowers youth, families, and community members representative of the four focal groups to inform county and district initiatives; establish and support networked learning communities to support academic success, social emotional well being, community engagement, district capacity, and overall school and community climate; and partner with districts to provide educators and administrators high quality professional learning that supports culturally responsive-sustaining teaching and trauma-informed, restorative leadership.    
Attachments: (1)
5.F. Resolution to adopt the OSBA 2021-2022 Legislative Priorities and Principles as recommended by the Legislative Policy Committee
Description:  WHEREAS, the OSBA Legislative Policy Committee is charged under the OSBA Bylaws with developing the association’s recommended Legislative Priorities and Principles, and
WHEREAS, the OSBA Legislative Policy Committee met in January, May and June to develop the Proposed OSBA Legislative Priorities and Principles for 2021-22, and
WHEREAS, the OSBA Legislative Policy Committee sent the Proposed OSBA Legislative Priorities and Principles for 2021-22 out to the membership of OSBA for comment and suggested changes, and
WHEREAS, the overwhelming majority of the comments received by the membership were in support of the Proposed OSBA Legislative Priorities and Principles for 2021-22 developed by the OSBA Legislative Policy Committee, and
WHEREAS, the OSBA Legislative Policy Committee met via Zoom video conference call in August to review the feedback received by the membership, and
WHEREAS, the OSBA Legislative Policy Committee discussed the feedback from the membership and made no modifications to the Proposed OSBA Legislative Priorities and Principles for 2021-22, and
WHEREAS, the OSBA Legislative Policy Committee approved the Proposed OSBA Legislative Priorities and Principles for 2021-22 at its August meeting and urged the OSBA Board of Directors to approve the Proposed OSBA Legislative Priorities and Principles for 2021-22 and place them before the membership for approval.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the OSBA Board of Directors that the Proposed OSBA Legislative Priorities and Principles for 2021-22 be placed before the membership for consideration during the 2020 OSBA election season, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Proposed OSBA Legislative Priorities and Principles for 2021-22 and a copy of this resolution be forwarded to all member boards of the Association in accordance with the OSBA Board of Directors adopted elections calendar.
5.G. Appoint Budget Committee Member
Presenter:  Board Chair
Description:  Doug Perry from The Crow-Applegate-Lorane Board of Directors has volunteered to fill the Zone 8, At-Large seat vacated by Jeff Ramp on the Lane ESD Budget Committee.  The appointment would be for a 3-year term, ending June 30, 2023.
5.H. Approve Support for Showing Up For Racial Justice Western States Center Joint Message
Presenter:  Board Chair, Director Wilde
Description:  Director Wilde received a request to sign support for the Showing Up For Racial Justice Western States Center joint message by elected officials and civil society groups united against hate and election-related violence. Director Wilde has added her personal signature, representing herself, and asks that other board members will join her and that the Board formally address this request. 

The Showing Up For Racial Justice Western States Center unequivocally condemns white nationalism and other movements that use bigotry to build political power. The Showing Up For Racial Justice Western States Center also condemns political violence and accelerationism from any part of the political spectrum.

Paramilitary and alt-right activity is a challenge to our values of inclusive democracy in Oregon. The Showing Up For Racial Justice Western States Center believes in an Oregon that is inclusive, and protects the right of every person to live, love, work and worship free from fear and bigotry. The Showing Up For Racial Justice Western States Center is committed to working together to protect our democracy and democratic institutions.

The statement for signature and support reads:

As elected leaders, we will-
*Continue to communicate clearly that voter intimidation and political violence will not be tolerated, and follow those communications with action;
*Use the power of our offices to pursue legal remedies to prevent and enforce consequences for voter intimidation and political violence, including:
- Providing clarity from prosecutors and law enforcement about consequences for voter intimidation and a commitment to enforce laws in an unbiased manner;
- Working with election officials and law enforcement to prioritize de-escalation;
- Pursuing all legal options to prevent the use of firearms for intimidation purposes at or near polling places;
- Pursuing the enforcement of any applicable anti-paramilitary laws;
- Opening lines of communication with community partners who can flag emerging situations that require intervention;
- Providing straightforward options for community members to report voter intimidation;
*Clearly set expectations for voters that they will be able to vote safely, freely, and without intimidation harm.

As civil society leaders, we will:
*Work within our communities to provide safety information so that everyone is able to vote free from fear and intimidation;
*Work with elected officials to communicate the needs of our communities and propose aligned strategies to meet those needs;
*Strengthen our relationships with other civil society organizations so that we can act quickly and in a coordinated manner to respond to any incidents of voter intimidation or political violence.

We call on our colleagues in government, in the business community, in faith communities, in organized labor and nonprofits across Oregon to join us. When we all come together, there is no room for hate or violence.
6. Discussion/Reports
6.A. Legislative Update
Presenter:  Superintendent Tony Scurto
Description:  Superintendent Scurto will provide an update in legislative activities if there are any updates.
6.B. Superintendent Report
Presenter:  Superintendent Tony Scurto
6.C. First Read:  All Students Belong Policy and Administrative Rule

On September 17, 2020, the Oregon State Board of Education adopted a temporary Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 581-022-2312 - All Students Belong. This rule took effect the following day and takes an unprecedented step to protect some of our schools’ most marginalized students, as well as staff and others. 

This rule requires that districts, ESDs, public charter schools and others receiving state funding for education adopt a policy prohibiting symbols of hate and addressing bias incidents by January 1, 2021.  As a Division 22 requirement, districts will be required to verify that they are in compliance. 

This rule prohibits the “use or display” of symbols of hate, including the noose, swastika, and confederate flag. The policy that you adopt must reflect this prohibition. Before adoption, we recommend that you forestall potential legal challenges by documenting the following:

  • Previous incidents arising from the presence of these symbols or related issues;
  • Why the presence of these symbols would cause a material and substantial disruption to the educational environment; and
  • How these symbols interfere with other students’ right to be secure and let alone in their schools.

The rule also defines a “bias incident” and requires related procedures and requirements. Because these requirements are unique to bias incidents, there is a newly created  separate complaint procedure.

We expect that this temporary rule will be made permanent by the State Board of Education, and also that it could face legal challenges. OSBA will update the model policy and administrative regulation as needed.

This policy will also be included in our Policy Update later this month. Policy Plus subscriptions will be processed at that time. The Oregon Department of Education will also be releasing guidance to assist with implementation.

Attachments: (2)
6.D. First Read:  Footwear Policy

Lane Education Service District is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment. As part of that commitment and due to the risk of slips, trips and falls resulting in personal injury, certain footwear is prohibited in the work environment. All footwear must be appropriate for the environment and the employee’s job requirements. For example, open-toe shoes or “flip-flops” are inappropriate for agency work environments and create safety hazards for the wearer. Therefore, Lane Education Service District reserves the right to determine whether a particular style of footwear is appropriate for the workplace and/or job requirements.

Attachments: (1)
6.E. National School Psychologists Week
Description:  During the week of November 9-13, 2020 schools throughout the United States will celebrate National School Psychology Week (NSPW) to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive. This year's theme is "The Power of Possibility." The word "possibility" implies hope, growth, resilience and renewal. Possibility suggests that even something as small as a seed can grow into something magnificent.  Henry David Thoreau wrote, “I have great faith in a seed. Convince me that you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect great wonders.” The word “power” implies that things can and will happen. When we focus on what is possible, we have hope that students will grow, thrive and bloom and will be empowered to take the action steps necessary to do so.

School Psychologists help empower children to grow in areas of skill such as social skills, empathy, and compassion for others, as well as individual or intrapersonal skills such as problem solving, goal setting, and study skills. The concept that school psychologists continue to grow and develop as people and with our skills is central to our theme, as is the idea that with help, we can develop resilience beyond stressful circumstances. School psychologists are particularly skilled at assisting students and staff in seeing possibilities and developing positive change to thrive in school and life. Focusing on these possibilities can help us set goals, identify action steps, communicate needs, and engage in discussions to help create the connections necessary for students to develop critical academic and social emotional skills.

Additionally, school psychologists and school staff may be empowered to move toward positive change in all areas of leadership in the counseling room, the classroom, the community and beyond.

6.F. Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month, or as it is commonly refered to, American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month.

The month is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people. Heritage Month is also an opportune time to educate the general public about tribes, to raise a general awareness about the unique challenges Native people have faced both historically and in the present, and the ways in which tribal citizens have worked to conquer these challenges.

During National Native American Heritage Month, we affirm our commitment to working toward a society that fosters a deeper understanding and appreciation for the diversity of culture and history of the 573 federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native nations in our country.  This November and every month, we celebrate the culture and heritage of these remarkable Americans who deeply enrich the quality and character of our Nation.


7. Information from Administrative Staff
Presenter:  Administrative Staff
The directors of Human Resources and Title Programs, Special Education, Business Services, Technology and School Improvement have submitted written reports  to the Board on matters of interest concerning his/her area of responsibility.

Special Education

November 2020
The delay to the start of the school year due to the fires provided us with the opportunity to offer enhanced professional development opportunities to staff organized by our School Improvement Service Area.

 ·       Distance Learning Playbook – Licensed instructional staff in our direct service programs benefitted from the framework outlined in this 2-day training, along with comprehensive materials to assist in planning robust lessons.

·       Mitigating Implicit Bias – Sign Language Interpreters, Teachers of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing and Teachers of the Visually impaired and Speech Language Pathologists  participated in this training which included pre-workshop activities designed to assist participants in reflecting on unconscious bias.

8. Board Member Reports and Comments/Agenda Planning
Presenter:  Lane ESD Board, Liaisons, Advisors
8.A. Agenda Planning
Presenter:  Board Chair
Description:  Board members are invited to send agenda items to be considered for the next board meeting.  Please call or email to the Board Chair or Superintendent.
8.B. Board Member Reports
Presenter:  Board, Advisors, Liaisons
Board members are asked to submit their reports in writing to be attached to Boardbook.  Reports can be sent to the Executive Assistant in advance of the meeting.
As Board Members prepare their reports, please consider  the following questions: 
1.    What programs did I visit over the last month? What committees did I participate in?
2.    What is the connection to the LESD services and programs to the component districts or community?
3.     What significance or meaning does the activity have to the broader community?
4.     What are the next steps or follow-up activities planned?
Sherry Duerst-Higgins
Linda Hamilton
Leslie Harris
Nora Kent
Vanessa Truett
Rose Wilde
Erin Zygaitis: 
Johnie Matthews, Superintendents' Council Advisor
Emilio Hernandez, Community Advisor
Mike Anderson, Liaison, Creswell School District
Mark Boren, Liaison, Fern Ridge School District - report attached.

9. Announcements/Correspondence
Presenter:  Board Chair
9.A. Acknowledgements and Recognition
Presenter:  Superintendent Tony Scurto
9.B. Kudos
Presenter:  Administrators
Kudos to:           Miranda Rice and Tanya Ray
Reported by:        Tracy Mansfield
Reason:             Miranda Rice and Tanya Ray completed a crucial component of a project that will provide long-term benefits for any of our programs that draw upon visual supports. For each item on a vocabulary list of hundreds of core and fringe words, they gathered multiple examples of visual symbols in the public domain, all of them matching tech details that I am much too kind to bore you with here. (See? I even abbreviated the word “technical† to keep things moving along. So much for the critics who complain that I give too much info.) That task required determination,
patience, attention to detail, focus, and something of an artistic flair. Their efforts have helped to free us somewhat more from the greedily clutching grasp of the VPB (Voracious Profit Beastie) that preys upon education (with slathering gobs of gross slobber). Which is a long and heartfelt way of saying, “Thank you very much the both of you, I greatly appreciate your not running away screaming a mere few minutes into the task.
Kudos to:           Lisa Baber & Dave Standridge
Reported by:        Jeri Ingallinero
Reason:             Thank you for making the loss of pay for furlough days less of an impact to those of us that only receive one check in June. Six days of pay loss in one check would be difficult. I appreciate the hard work and extra time that went into making the spread between two checks happen.

Kudos to:           Sarah Apker,  Teagan Wynne, Cindy Evans, Leslie Cooley
Reported by:        Justin Radabaugh
Reason:             Our transitions program was showcased on the Oregon Transitions Podcast this month. Kudos to this team for all their hard work creating a model program for the state of Oregon.

Thanks you!Kudos to:           Lawren Ward
Reported by:        Tricia Robison
Reason:             Lawren has been a huge help getting the Serbu detention classroom set up for video conferencing.  His patience and knowledge are much appreciated!  Thank you!

Kudos to:           Trent Linebaugh
Reported by:        Annie Whiddon
Reason:             Trent has been instrumental in writing and providing feedback on the ODE Operational Blueprints for the Daffodil School. Working between two agencies is challenging in the best of times, and during this pandemic his work has been the  bridge that made it so I could cross back and forth!  Thank you SO much!

Kudos to:           Sue Wilson
Reported by:        Annie Whiddon
Reason:             Sue has been an incredible resource to help draft Reopening Blueprints, both for the ESD and our consortium. She has delved deep into the guidance provided by ODE and has somehow managed to keep up with all of the changes as they've come out. I don't know how I would have done this without her! Thank you, Sue!!!!!

Kudos to:           Ally Richardson
Reported by:        Rebecca Coon
Reason:             For being a support to Teacher, Staff, and Students. When I became the teacher at Agnus Stewart, Ally was my go-to person for information about students, families, and staff. She has build exceptional relationships, not only within the classroom but throughout the school.

Kudos to:           The staff at the ESD office
Reported by:        Anonymous
Reason:             During this not so fun time, the staff have sent the necessary information to each of us to keep us informed as to what was going on. Information about the virus and how it was and could determine what our work would look like, Financial issues and the information regarding the Department of Employment. Thank You

Kudos to:           The Tech Department
Reported by:        Justin Radabaugh
Reason:             Thank you for rolling up your sleeves and finding some creative solutions to support the Westmoreland campus.

Kudos to:           The IT Department
Reported by:        Natalie Hebin, SLP
Reason:             Thank you so much for taking the time to move us to Gmail.
There are so many little benefits that are real game-changers. For example, with all the emails I'm bouncing around all day, it is so helpful that Gmail automatically reminds me to follow up after a few days. You guys have had a lot of adjustments to make over the summer and you did a great job.  

Kudos to:           Asia Tong Colburn
Reported by:        Annie Whiddon
Reason:             Asia is working with a life skills student who is a brand new interpreter user. Though interpreter dress code is to wear dark colors, Asia made the awesome decision to dress like a pumpkin to help her student learn the skill of attending to virtual instruction. The lengths she goes to for student engagement and access are truly astounding, and we are lucky to have her on our team.  

Kudos to:           Raesha Beard
Reported by:        Sara Mansfield
Reason:             Thank you so much for helping assemble AAC systems for students!  Your attention to detail was much appreciated.  It is already making a difference for students, family and support staff. 

Kudos to:           Pam Hatlen, Robert Uhler,  and Cathy Burke-Maher
Reported by:        Niels Pasternak
Reason:             Pam, Bob, and Cathy have been amazing to work with especially during distance learning this year. They have maintained a consistently positive attitude and worked hard hosting multiple breakout room sessions and teaching a variety of lessons to our students every school day. They have also learned a lot of new things in a short amount of time this year and helped me to learn new things as well. I  feel blessed and extremely grateful to get to work with them as a part of our team each day!
Kudos to:           Elena Weigand
Reported by:        Niels Pasternak
Reason:             Elena has done an amazing job supporting our classroom this year as an SLP and she has taught us all a lot of new things. Her lessons are fun and engaging, she is always modeling a positive attitude, and she has been a pleasure to work with. Thanks Elena our entire SEHS team loves working with you! 

Kudos to:           Eileen Brixley
Reported by:        Crystal Feldt
Reason:             Eileen is always very helpful when someone needs a hand, she goes above and beyond in the classroom. Truly thankful to work with such a nice person that is willing to take extra time to teach and help others. 

Kudos to:           Erin White
Reported by:        Brittney Spencer
Reason:             Taking on Mandt scheduling/organization and helping things run much smoother!

Kudos to:           Caitlin Lyons
Reported by:        Randy Stark
Reason:             Caitlin really stepped up to the plate when her team needed her.  She ran the zoom class like a pro when the teacher was gone.  She helped provide a consistent learning environment for her students.

Do you have an acknowledgment for a co-worker?  Employees can submit a "kudo" any time during the month.   To submit a kudo go here:
9.C. Announcements
Presenter:  Board Chair
Description:  Alicia Hays, Eugene School District Board Member and Lane ESD Budget Committee Member (past) has been named Board Member of the Year by OSBA. The award honors outstanding volunteers who make a real difference in their communities. Hays’ dedicated work on equity issues, especially for students who sometimes are overlooked, has earned her colleagues’ esteem.

Hays is a retired director of Lane County Health and Human Services, although she has been temporarily supervising some health work during the pandemic. Coronavirus has increased the intersection of health and education considerations, but her job has always provided her a perspective on the needs of students and the role of schools to help them, she said.

In past years, the School Board Member of the Year has been named at OSBA’s Annual Convention. But with pandemic restrictions shaking things up, OSBA surprised Hays at a virtual board meeting.

OSBA launched the award in 2018. Merle Comfort of the La Grande School District and InterMountain Education Service District and Anne Bryant of the Beaverton School District won previously. The winner receives a commemorative keepsake and a year of free registration for OSBA events and is enshrined on a plaque in OSBA’s Salem office.

Hays is the longest serving member on her board, appointed in 2007. She has served three times as chair and vice chair. Hays helped lead the district both through painful budget cuts and the passage of three construction bonds totaling $559 million and three levy renewals.

9.C.1. Lane ESD Board Member Activities and Opportunities 
Description:  - OSBA Webinar: How to Navigate the Event: Virtual Annual Convention, November 5, 2020, 12:00 p.m.
- OSBA Webinar: How to Navigate the Event: Virtual Annual Convention, November 11, 2020, 12:00 p.m.
- OSBA 74th Annual Convention, November 14, 2020
- OSBA: Legislative 101, Nvoember 18, 2020, 12:00 p.m.
- OSBA Webinar: Charter Schools: Ask Me Anything, December 1, 2020, 12:00 p.m.
- OSBA Webinar: Dealing with Conflict on the Board, December 7, 2020, 12:00 p.m.
9.C.2. Component District Board Meeting Dates
Component District Board Meeting Dates
  Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March April May June
Bethel 9/14/20
11/9/20 12/14/20 1/11/21
3/8/21 4/12/21
5/10/21 6/14/21
Blachly 9/16/20 10/21/20 11/18/20 12/16/20 1/20/21 2/17/21 3/17/21 4/21/21 5/19/21 6/16/21
Creswell 9/9/20 10/14/20 11/11/20 12/9/20 1/13/21 2/10/21 3/10/21 4/14/21 5/12/21 6/9/21
CAL 9/21/20 10/19/20 11/16/20 12/21/20 1/18/21 2/15/21 3/15/21 4/19/21 5/17/21 6/21/21
Eugene 9/16/20 10/7/20
1/13/21 2/3/21
4/21/21 5/5/21
Fern Ridge 9/21/20 10/19/20 11/16/20 12/21/20 1/25/21   3/15/21 4/19/21 5/17/21 6/21/21
Junction City                    
Lowell 9/28/20 10/26/20 11/23/20 12/14/20 1/25/21 2/9/21 3/8/21 4/5/21
Mapleton 9/16/20 10/21/20 11/18/20 12/16/20 1/20/21 2/17/21 3/17/21 4/21/21 5/19/21 6/16/21
McKenzie 9/16/20                  
Oakridge 9/14/20 10/12/20 11/9/20 12/14/20 1/11/21 2/8/21 3/8/21 4/12/21 5/10/21 6/14/21
Pleasant Hill 9/14/20 10/5/20
12/7/20 1/4/21 2/8/21
3/8/21 4/5/21
Siuslaw 9/16/20 10/14/20 11/18/20 12/9/20 1/13/21 2/10/21 3/10/21 4/14/21 5/12/21 6/16/21
South Lane 9/14/20
11/2/20 12/14/20 1/11/21
2/1/21 3/1/21 4/5/21
5/3/21 6/7/21
Springfield 9/14/20
11/9/20 12/14/20 1/11/21
3/8/21 4/12/21
5/10/21 6/14/21
10. Adjournment
    •    The next regular meeting is scheduled to be held Tuesday, December 1, 2020, at the Lane ESD Main Campus, 1200 Highway 99 N, Eugene.
<< Back to the Public Page for Lane Education Service District