The school is required to test all students in 3rd-8th, and 11th grade on English and Math, and 5th, 8th, and 11th grade on Science. All students need to be tested in-person, on campus with their grade level peers. The testing dates for 8th grade are: April 18-19 10:10am - 11:10 am: Math assessment - approximately 1.5-2 hours April 25 & 26, 25-26 12:55 pm-2:30 pm: Science assessment - approximately 1.5 - 2 hours to complete May 2-5 9:05am - 10:05am: English Language Arts assessment - approximately 3.5 - 4 hours to complete Students need to bring their school Chromebook and charger, and are allowed to use their own personal headphones during testing.
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Greetings Prospect Families. Due to the current weather conditions, we are releasing all students at 3:00 P.M. today, April 11. Bus drop off times should be about the same for grades PreK-5, and an hour earlier than usual for grades 6-12. However, full buses and weather conditions may cause additional delays. All afterschool activities and the activity bus are canceled. Sorry for any inconvenience. Bus routes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pAhqbv4aDfN6WtNSu9n8TAfnYJ7mIonw/edit
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
April 11: Baseball and track practice are canceled this afternoon. The activity bus is also canceled.
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Hiring teachers! For more information: https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/page/postition-openings
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Greetings Prospect Charter School Families. Due to a leak in the roof of our kitchen, we are releasing all students at 11:00 A.M. today, April 4. Please adjust your student's bus dropoff time accordingly. For students in PreK through 5th grade drop off times will be approximately 4 hours earlier, and for middle school and high school students drop off times will be approximately 5 hours earlier. Also be aware that full buses may cause additional delays. PM Preschool is canceled and all after school activities are canceled. Sorry for the inconvenience.
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be Thurs., April 21 (no school) and Fri., April 22. Follow this link to schedule: https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/page/conferences. If you need further assistance please call the school office.
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Natural Resources Day Camp 2022, June 27-July 1: Explore the Rogue Valley’s rivers, farms, and forests through hands‐on activities led by local natural resource professionals. For youth entering 4th-7th grades and for volunteers ages 16 and up. https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/article/698109
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Camp Invention registration now open! https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/article/698051
8 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Currently accepting applications for Subsitute Kitchen Assistant. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1B-bxBzf1dAUDj-m4mO__7pP-YsYy3pLG/edit
9 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Greetings Prospect Charter School Families. Due to the lifted mandates and the results of our Universal Masks vs. Optional Masks Survey, Prospect School and school buses will be mask optional beginning Monday, March 14th. Thank you for your continued support.
9 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Oregon law (ORS 329.479) permits parents and adult students to annually opt-out of Oregon’s statewide summative tests in English Language Arts and Math by submitting a form to the school the student attends. Schools will provide parents with the 2021-22 form at least 30 days prior to the start of testing: https://www.oregon.gov/ode/educator-resources/assessment/Documents/notice_opt_out_form_English.pdf For more information about state testing: https://www.oregon.gov/ode/educator-resources/assessment/Pages/Statewide-Assessments.aspx
9 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Thursday, Mar. 3, 6:30pm: Washington D.C. Parent Meeting https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/article/672344
9 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Greetings Prospect Charter School Families, We have been informed by our busing company that we do not have enough drivers to cover our bus routes tomorrow due to illness. As a result, school is cancelled tomorrow, Thursday, February 24. It is possible that we may need to make this day up on a Friday in May. If it is determined that we need to do so, we will let you know in the coming weeks. The middle school girls basketball game and the FFA Sleepover for grades 3-5 will go on as scheduled. There will not be high school baseball practice. We apologize for the inconvenience.
10 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Greetings Prospect Families. Due to slushy road conditions in Prospect and the expected freezing temperatures tonight, we will have a two hour delayed start tomorrow morning Weds., February 23. All bus routes will run two hours later than normal. School will begin at 10 am. Breakfast will not be served. Preschool teacher Mrs. Breiholz will contact all am and pm preschool families with plans for the day. Please send students dressed appropriately for the weather.
10 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Please complete the following survey by Monday, Feb. 28, to share your opinion on whether or not you would prefer universal masking or optional masking at Prospect Charter School: https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/article/665479
10 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
April 7, 4pm-6pm: 2022-23 Preschool/Kindergarten Launch https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/article/664925
10 months ago, Stephanie Perkins
Greetings Prospect Families. Due to current weather conditions we will have a two hour delayed start tomorrow morning Tues., February 22. All bus routes will run two hours later than normal. School will begin at 10 am. Breakfast will not be served. Morning preschool is canceled. Please send your students to school dressed appropriately for the weather.
10 months ago, Prospect Charter School
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Currently accepting applications for unexpired School Board Position #2, deadline to apply Mar. 8 at 4:30 P.M. https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/article/617738 ***AND*** 2022 Budget Committee positions, deadline to apply Mar. 8 at 4:30 P.M. https://www.prospect.k12.or.us/article/624836.
10 months ago, Stephanie Perkins